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Just when we thought we couldn’t love design duo Eckhaus Latta anymore, their AW15 collection happened. Think flannel shirts, alpaca knits and a super cool casting. Oh, and did we mention the show was accompanied by a live performance from Dev Hynes?!

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After channeling Disney’s Little Mermaid vibes for his last collection, Scarborough-born Abley has turned to The Jungle Book for AW15 inspiration! A colourful collection of Banana prints, fluffy accessories, embroidered jumpers and an overall sportswear look.

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Opening Ceremony’s latest collection pulls together a selection of unseen Spike Jonze images which not only featured on the garments, but also on the walls of their fleeting one night exhibition! Summed up by Opening Ceremony’s Carol Lin as “a homage to the medium of film”, ‘Kodak’ tees and sepia coloured jackets were stand-out numbers from the collection matched up with 70s flares and knee-grazing skirts.

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Androgyny is key for denim label 69, who teamed up with DIS magazine for their AW15 presentation. A mix of beautifully crafted unisex denim looks included halter necks, bucket hats and a knitted denim robe. The collection also featured a seriously oversized denim that could fit the whole crew inside!

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Thrash heavy-metal was key inspiration behind this collection. All black, and adorned with literally ‘heavy-metal’ details such as buckles and studs, AW15 shows a dramatic change in direction from Wang’s recent sportswear looks. Despite the angsty gothic feel, the shapes and silhouettes of the collection have a more subtle romantic look. Our favourite piece has to be the metallic gold flight jacket!

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Jeremy Scott brought fun and colour to New York fashion week! Playful prints and teddy bear motifs were recognisably ‘Scott’ with an added psychedelic 70s spin. The doll-like models sported patchwork coats and puffy-sleeved dresses, owning the catwalk to the sounds of SOPHIE.

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Layering was a stand-out feature from Rag and Bone this A/W. Silky slips over trousers and slouchy long-sleeve tops made this the perfect collection to battle the harsh winter cold! 90s influences were also present, noticeable by the bulky puffer jackets and shiny, nylon track pants. A big yes from us, rain or shine!