Lace, ruffles and circle motifs were among the most definite trends to emerge on the runways at London Fashion Week.
See how they'll take shape in our wardrobes...
By Kitty McGee and Lucy Reber
London Fashion Week saw recurring circle motifs across the runways - this soft bubble effect coat at Jonathan Saunders is one of our favourite takes.
Co-ordinate sharp circle prints with simple separates.
Embellished, textured circles made a statement at Thomas Tait.
Circle motifs looked ultra-modern at the Peter Pilotto show.
Whatever your thoughts on lace, it's been everywhere at Fashion Week.
It doesn't have to be soft and girly, as this acid blue Preen dress proves.
A rainbow of acid bright lace at Christopher Kane.
Lacy pyjama style is a brave and beautiful choice.
Lace was embellished with another big SS16 favourite at Topshop Unique - florals.
Gothic lace is mixed with sporty mesh at Burberry.
Slip dresses are back - with an edge.
Think slinky yet deconstructed, with big, bold patterns and mismatching shoulders straps a la Roksanda.
Slips came with a slice of colour at Paul Smith.
Delicate, with an asymmetric edge at Jonathan Saunders.
Lacy and Victorian with statement sleeves at Erdem.
Delicate cream macrame slips are teamed with tough accessories at Burberry.
Waist-defining belts are a key trend for SS16.
Slim, strappy belts worked to pull in blazers at Topshop.
Bright, swirly styles pinched in waists at Peter Pilotto.
Ruffles were a designer favourite at LFW.
There were feminine layers with a touch of flounce at Peter Pilotto.
Spliced ruffles made a statement at the cinematic Erdem show.
Ruffles weren't confined to dresses and skirts, they popped up in shoulder patches at Roksanda.
Sheer and flowing frills at Erdem.
Short, sharp petal ruffles on the quilted mini dresses at Mary Katrantzou.
Metallics definitely aren't just for winter.
Shiny fabrics were abundant at London's SS16 shows.
There was a '90s vibe to the reflective dresses at Mary Katrantzou.
Giving off disco vibes from the creased silver chrome separates at MM6 Maison Margiela.
Sandals with shiny swimming pool-style tiles at Sophia Webster.
The power blazer made a welcome return to the London runways.
Taking shape in dress form at Topshop.
Sharp shouldered and ice white at Antonio Berardi.
Prepare to bare.
Transparent touches popped up in accessories and detailing throughout the spring/summer 16 collections.
Neon collars, panels and bags were see-through at Christopher Kane.
The plastic panels have a definite '60s feel.
Less rigid and more plastic bag, at MM6 Maison Margiela.