The much-anticipated September collections have got us all giddy for newness. From debuts to departures, we’ve seen moments on the runway that’ll be on our minds until the Spring/Summer 2024 collections finally drop in the new year, and we can at last get our hands on them. However, in the meantime, we've pulled together some readily available pieces to invest in, so you can stay ahead of the game and satisfy your post-show cravings. Enjoy!

Remember tucking your T-shirt in on itself as a child to style your very own Shakira-esque crop top? Acne channelled a grown-up version of this styling trick down its runway in Paris. With a simple nip and tuck you can achieve this look with ease. Take a plain grey tee, and add an attention-grabbing red bra and hey presto, you've got yourself an Acne-inspired outfit – Kylie Jenner who?!

Sabato de Sarno offered us everyday chic for his Gucci debut this season, with a collection far removed from Alessandro Michele's kaleidoscope of era-bending nostalgia. One colour did stand out though… and you can tap into the inevitable ‘Ancora’ red trend ahead of time, to elevate your everyday sweats with a sheen of lacquered leather.

Sequin embellishments have become a recognisable signifier of Marco Capaldo’s 16 Arlington. For his latest collection, after winning the BFC/Vogue Designer Fashion Fund this year, Marco upped the ante with even more sequins, twinkling enticingly under the show’s lights. Get yours now and dress them down with a cosy knit for the autumn months ahead.

Maximilian Davis's third collection for heritage Italian house Ferragamo was expert in colour blocking and clever cuts. You can recreate this layered look with a maximalist approach. We’re taking not one but two tops, tailored trousers and an overskirt, all brought together in perfect wardrobe harmony.

We’re all still swooning over Prada’s show, slime and all. As Miuccia Prada bid farewell to Fabio Zambernardi, her compadre since the 1990s, we loved the patterns and embellishment after a few seasons of pared-back minimalism. You can cop this showstopping fringe look (which was actually fashioned from individual metal chains) with some festive tinsel and a cinching belt!

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