Plaid and tartan dresses for 2019 season

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Animal print

Forget any trashy preconceptions you had about animal print - zebra and leopard are back in a big way for plaid and tartan dresses for 2019 season winter 2018, as seen on the catwalks of Victoria Beckham (pictured), Calvin Klein, Givenchy, Balenciaga and Tom Ford. To avoid straying into Kat Slater territory, keep the rest of your outfit pared-down and team with flats.

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Animal print

Balenciaga

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Animal print

Tom Ford

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Modesty dressing

In a post Time's Up era, designers experimented with female sexuality and by and large the silhouette was decidedly covered-up. From extreme layers at Balenciaga (pictured) to Erdem's evening dresses worn over prim shirts and stockings, hemlines were kept low and necklines high. Tailoring too was big news - especially at Alexander McQueen and Stella McCartney.. This is, of course, not new news, but never has modesty been more pervasive than this season - bar the exceptions of Christopher Kane and Saint Laurent.

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Modesty dressing

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Modesty dressing

Valentino

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Gloss

High-shine fabrics were key on the catwalks this season, whether vinyl, latex, plastic (a key look for summer 2018) or leather - offering a quietly dominatrix appeal. At Chanel (pictured), metallics were created in a glossy material, while Simone Rocha's feminine dresses were given a subversive, fetishistic edge when created in patent red. Fendi updated the trench by giving them a rain-proof glossy finish.

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Gloss

Simone Rocha

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Gloss

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Statement headwear

Knit balaclavas made a surprise return for autumn/winter 2018, featuring on the catwalks of Calvin Klein (pictured), Gucci and Preen - surely the easiest way to keep warm next season. Dior offered more wearable takes on the trend with its cloaked baker boy styles.

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Statement headwear

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Statement headwear

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Tweed

Add an air of heritage chic to your wardrobe next season by nodding to the tweed trend. Marc Jacobs (pictured) played with textures, styling oversized tweed coats with leather skirts. Louis Vuitton dressed numerous models in tweed skirts that most women will want next season, and then there's Miu Miu's bold, 80s-inspired tweed coats as fashioned on the catwalk by Elle Fanning.

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Tweed

Louis Vuitton

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Miu Miu

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Checks

Plaid, Prince of Wales heritage or tartan, checks in all their many forms are key for the new season. Americana-inspired plaid stood out at Calvin Klein (pictured), worn over balloon sleeve shirts. A more polished take can be found at Erdem, who incorporated classic Prince of Wales checks into his collection. Versace's approach had a very 90s-inspired Clueless feel - Cher Horowitz would be pleased indeed.

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Checks

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Checks

Versace

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Luxury fringing

Forget what you thought you knew about fringing - this latest incarnation should be kept away from muddy festival fields (although one of would serve a discerning Glastonbury-goer very well). This time round, fringing has a more refined aesthetic - beaded and shimmering at Gucci, Christopher Kane and Givenchy (pictured). Skirts with trailing ties (like at Loewe and Chloe) layered over boots will be worn by all fashion influencers next season.

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Luxury fringing

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Luxury fringing

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Cowboy

One of this season's most pervasive looks, the western trend was hard to ignore. Isabel Marant (pictured) opened her show with Dolly Parton's Jolene, as models wore prairie dresses and (it's worth digging these out now if you want to look ahead of the game); Fendi also featured cowboy boots and chic neckerchiefs; and at Calvin Klein we were given a futuristic look at what America might look like, complete with traditional western shirts and plaid dresses.

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Cowboy

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Cowboy

Calvin Klein

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Leather

The most dominant of all fabrics this season was leather which came by way of skirts, trousers and trench coats. It doesn't have to be in black either - Givenchy served up coats in petrol green and Loewe did dresses in butterscotch-coloured leather. A midi black leather skirt as seen as Hermes will serve you well next winter, as will a pair of Saint Laurent's leather trousers (pictured).

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Leather

Hermes

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Leather

Givenchy

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Hoods

Whether it's a balaclava or a hood, the industry wants your head to be covered up next winter. Versace (pictured) and Margiela continued with the luxe streetwear look, first pioneered by Balenciaga, with their lo-fi versions that came in either jersey or anorak-style. Valentino offered a ladylike alternative - a fairytale-like hooded cloak.

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Hoods

Margiela

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Hoods

Valentino

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