Investing in a fashion piece? See Stylist's pick of Autumn's hottest shoes and bags.
Erdem and Nicholas Kirkwood’s printed silk boots are impressionist art.
Miu Miu’s bejewelled velvet slippers are the epitome of luxurious flat footwear.
These Isabel Marant heels are set to appear on every Fashion Week front row.
Manolo Blahnik created these for Antonio Berardi’s A/W show.
Christian Louboutin’s Pigalle has black studs for Dragon Tattoo toughness.
Nicholas Kirkwood’s architectural beauties: part shoe part objet d’art.
These had fashion editors clamouring to place a personal order.
Chanel’s sculptural heels demand cropped trousers or skirts.
Dolce & Gabbana’s structured lace bag brims over with gothic mystery.
Evoke Egyptian glamour with Ralph Lauren’s snake-detailed clutch.
Minimalism is still having a moment as proven by Smythson.
Moschino’s backpack pays homage to the label’s Eighties roots.
Tap into the heritage trend with this simple Hugo messenger.
3.1 Phillip Lim’s Pashli bag is fast becoming an iconic street-style staple.
A conversational clutch like azzaro’s is a party piece we recommend you invest in.
Nod to the equestrian micro-trend with Tommy Hilfiger’s saddle bag.
Proenza Schouler’s signature PS1 satchel is updated in on-trend purple.
Bally’s classic bowling bag will be a favourite for seasons to come.
In a noir-filled season, Mulberry’s bright orange Maisie is a welcome balm.
Sophie Hulme is up for the British fashion award in Emerging Talent.
Religious iconography is key this season - Versace’s leading the charge.
Prada’s offbeat box-clutch is a one-stop solution to new-season cool.