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Keeping up with Kim Kardashian-West just got a whole lot easier as her signature cycling shorts were spotted everywhere from Fenty x Puma to Saint Laurent, Nina Ricci and Chloe. She's been rocking this (lycra?) figure-hugging silhouette for years- sexing them up with bodies and spindly heels and dressing them down with chunky trainers and longer tops. It's time to tone up those thighs and avoid VPL and camel toe at all costs.


Pastels really powered Spring Summer 2018 and if you're getting bored of millennial pink, lilac is the fresh alternative you've been waiting for. Michael Kors and Victoria Beckham styled it head-to-toe, single colour looks are a trend in themselves, but you could also break all that pale purple up with a white boot or a dash of denim. Even Parma Violet sweet haters will be converted.


Denim has gone over to the dark side for 2018 courtesy of Tom Ford, Versus, Tibi and many more. More dressy than distressed and tailored with a capital T, you'll be able to rock the ubiquitous fabric around the clock: boardroom, bar and beyond. And why wear one piece when you can wear at least three? With indigo denim bras and footwear also available, you can chicly set a new record.


No more hiding your look under a coat, your underwear under your outfit or keeping the contents of your bag a secret. Big names like Celine, Calvin Klein and Chanel put their own spin on see-through plastic and vinyl to give their covetable collections a clear edge. It's perfect for rainy Britain too, being waterproof and wipe clean, so you can be admired from every angle. Have fun matching and clashing textures.


A lightweight transitional hero that never goes out of style, the trench coat has proved to be a rich site of experimentation yet again. Outgoing Celine designer Phoebe Philo surely made the most sought- after two-in-one coat styles and details ranged from exquisite embroidery at Alexander McQueen, exaggerated proportions at Y/Project and a swingy fringe hem at Loewe. Colour-wise, beige is still king despite a punchy palette.