Street style at Fashion Week is a lavish spectacle with an undeniable influence, a time when the industry's biggest names show the designs and trends they're approving and how they're styling them.
The outfits worn by street style stars over a month of shows offer much more inspiration than merely a suggestion to buy high-priced trophy items that are inaccessible to most.
From showy statement pieces to wearable wardrobe classics, here's a round up of street-style inspired buys that will capture the fashion zeitgeist for months and even years to come - priced from £9.50 to £900.
The cool jacket
It's already sold out online, but Frame's celebrity-magnet denim jacket is available in store at Selfridges and Harrods at the end of October.
Gigi Hadid street style
As seen on Gigi, Emily Ratajkowski, Karlie Kloss, Eva Chen, Soo Joo Park...
Round shades were spotted on many a Fashion Week show-goer and Celine wowed Paris with a bright blue pair on the runway.
These are made for a street style pose.
Ruffles were a top trend on the Fashion Week catwalks - this white blouse has just the right amount of flounce.
On point denim
Jeans always have a place on the fashion circuit and patchwork is a current favourite.
Style them out with a tweed jacket and high-neck blouse.
Dress to impress
Ashley Williams, one of Alexa Chung's faves, has teamed up with John Smedley for this showstopper.
Christopher Kane sent Crocs down the catwalk in London, confirming clunky, comfy footwear is still beautiful in fashion.
Try Hunter's gardening clogs with a long tulle skirt a-la Kane.
Back to the '90s
Slips are a fashion favourite - whether they're worn with slouchy duster coats or over T-shirts.
These ethical, organic dresses by John Patrick are made to be kept.
Whether it's worn Kim K-style with thigh high boots and little else, over the aforementioned slip or teamed with an oversize shirt and jeans - the trench is hot. Look out for patent styles too.
£55, Miss Selfridge
Kim Kardashian at Balenciaga
Try styling it with a knotted waist, drape shoulder - or both.
A tricky material in a tricky colour, but this Topshop cami ticks two major trends; pink and velvet.
Try it with jeans and that other big '90s comeback - a black choker.
Vetements - the fast-track to instant cool - has re-issued its iconic AW14 collection, but don't expect it to hang around.
£300, Vetements at Style.com
Balenciaga and Marni signalled the return of stirrup trousers.
Blazers - still the fashion staple of a street style star.
Accessories on the street style circuit tend to be low key but considered. Som'or's delicate bracelets carry a personalised silver Arabic initial, plated in 18 karat gold, with a choice of threads representing wishes such as "peace" and "joy".
There's a mini-trend for chevron prints...
River Island's jumper is a year-round winner.
£26, River Island
Loose, high waist trousers are here to stay - wear them with a T-shirt and bomber for a low-key look.
£200, Ganni at Farfetch
Two-tone metallic clothes brightened up the Fashion Week runways. This pretty Vila bomber's a steal.
Charlotte Olympia's Cheeky Kitty slip-ons have had an emoji upgrade that makes them catnip to fashion photographers.
£395, Charlotte Olympia
Trackie bottoms are no longer confined to gym kits or after-work telly-wear.
Kim K braved the '90s poppers version at Fashion Week but slouchy classics were a street style staple.
J.W. Anderson's Pierce was the clear winner among Fashion Week showgoers.
Wear it with...anything.
Bella Freud's statement jumper is celebrating five years as a fashion favourite and shows no signs of slowing down.
Nothing revs up an outfit quite like leopard print.
These leather boots are timeless.
Trouser hems are now something to shout about...
Zara's new season styles offer a gentle way to ease doubters into the oversize silhouettes.
The irresistable gimmick
Bum bags, or waist belts as they're now called, have been knocking around the runways for a while.
Hollister's vegan leather cross-body comes in two shades.
Wear them on the waist or across the shoulder.
Fashion loves an arty reference - and a statement sneaker.
£149.99, MOA at Zalando
Show them off with simple trousers.