From Goldie Hawn’s eyewear to ditching the skincare routine: this season's fashion trends

What’s hot and what’s not this autumn/winter

Going up

Goldie Hawn in Overboard

Specifically: the eyewear, which was by Alain Mikli, and is v similar indeed to a lot of other designer eyewear you will be seeing this season (and yes, sunglasses for autumn/winter are totally a thing, now).

Your face
Now basically an emoji thanks to the iPhone X. Electronic dreams do come true.

Table linen
Specifically, the Loewe version – which includes place mats with the Steven Meisel campaign images featuring chairs and tables. Dinner, meta style.

Naomi Campbell
Because she is the confidante of Edward Enninful. Because she is the new star of the H&M advert. Just because.

Model Naomi Campbell in an H&M ad
Naomi Campbell for H&M Photograph: PR Company Handout

Metallic padded jackets
No longer just for Nasa or marathon runners. Totally a thing. Even Marks & Spencer has one.

Faye Dunaway
Your beret muse as seen in Bonnie And Clyde. See also Network – the 1976 film is being adapted for the National Theatre this November. Dunaway’s wardrobe in the original – trenchcoats, camel jumpers, silk scarves – is well worth a study.

Going down

Stan Smiths
We’re calling it. Instead, you’ll need a pair of bright red Converse All Stars to wear with faded jeans. This is entirely based on Issa Rae’s outfit in the finale of Insecure, series 2.

Adidas Stan Smiths
See ya, Stan Smiths Photograph: PR

Agnes Martin
We still have loads of love for the minimalist artist, but fashion has moved on to maximalism. Frida Kahlo is your new inspo. Book tickets now for the 2018 V&A show on her wardrobe.

A skincare routine
Instead, it’s all about rotation: give your skin a “holiday” from your favourite product to get the best out of it.

Cooper Black slogan T-shirt
Eh oui? Oh no Composite: pr

Cooper Black
The hipster font has now made its way from the credits of Louie, Louis CK’s sitcom, to Girl Power T-shirts worn by Holly Willoughby. This means it has officially jumped the shark.

Model offspring
Yawn. We’re far more into the likes of Slick Woods and Dilone thanks very much.

Less is more
Really not feeling that motto this season. Instead think “go hard or go home” when it comes to trends. There is no such thing as enough feathers/ruffles/glitter (delete as appropriate).

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