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Style List: 30 new-season trainers

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Power feet

Like a Spice Girl in sneaker form, AND/OR’s Edie Star Trainers are John Lewis exclusives.

£85, johnlewis.com

All the stars

Golden Goose’s Deluxe Brand leather low-top lace-ups are for the serious addict.

£300, brownsfashion.com

High flyer

The chunkier, the better… Dune’s pink Esmarelda style channels off-duty chic.

£80, dunelondon.com

Do good 

Stella McCartney’s sustainable The Loop will be everywhere this autumn.

£485, stellamccartney.com

White album

With embossed gold-foil detailing, Champion’s ERA sneaks are autumn’s box-fresh update.

£70, championstore.com

One and only 

Maison Kitsuné and Brandblack have created the street-style trainer of the season.

£195, kitsune.fr

Shades of grey 

Pair these subtle Asics with a midi skirt and oversized jumper for dad-trainer street style.

£95, asics.com

Take a walk

Clarks’ Trigenic Evo in navy leather and suede are the ideal office-weekend crossover.

£130, clarks.co.uk

Generation Y

Cult Swedish brand Eytys has given its platform trainer an a/w 2018 update with the Jet Turbo.

£250, eytys.com

Vivid Feet

Channelling Prada’s a/w 2018 sci-fi dystopia, these sneakers are works of art.

£535, marthalouisa.com

New arrival 

Pair Fila’s instantly recognisable Mindblower sneaks with crop trousers and a chunky necklace.

£80, fila.co.uk

Good to go

Embracing smart-casual, Timberland’s brown Kiri Up leather sneaker is your go-to.

£85, timberland.com

Flat out

Move the textured trend to your trainer collection with Fitflop’s Überknit line.

£75, fitflop.com

Subtle steps 

All hail Geox’s navy snakeskin delights – the perfect partner for a wide-leg trouser.

£100, geox.com

London calling

Remixing the Chuck 70 and One Star, meet the Converse x Dover Street Market exclusive.

£70, doverstreetmarket.com

Stepping out

Meet Adidas Originals’ Pod-S3.1 in Clear Lilac – retooling Nineties cool in one simple step.

£99.95, adidas.co.uk

Go the distance

Athletic Propulsion Labs’ TechLoom Breeze are the runners you need.

£180, athleticpropulsionlabs.com

Wild at heart

Kurt Geiger’s Luna trainers with leopard detail are sports kitsch in one simple swoop.

£189, kurtgeiger.com

Classic hue 

A pastel-pink suede sneaker will never let your wardrobe down – invest now.

£49.50, marksandspencer.com

Going green

Featuring Maje’s ‘Dream Tomorrow’ slogan, these vivid Faster beauties are top of our wishlist.

£260, 02074860306

Colour splash 

Superga has updated its classic white lace-up with a muted mint-green sole.

£50, superga.co.uk

Tee up

French Connection’s Nella knitted lace-up trainer is an instant blast of sports-luxe.

£80, frenchconnection.com

Up high

For an injection of Scandi cool, look to Vagabond’s enduring super-platform sneakers.

£85, vagabond.com

Cool pairing

Veja has teamed up with children’s author and illustrator Oliver Jeffers.

£105, veja-store.com, launches 1 September

Run out

For all your training needs comes Under Armour’s Tempo in burgundy and pink.

£50, underarmour.co.uk

Look alive

The Vazee Transform Graphic Trainer is designed with punishing HIIT workouts in mind.

£60, newbalance.co.uk

Faster and faster

Nike’s Air Max 97 SE remains a hero – now with understated colour, just add a tea dress.

£150, net-a-porter.com

Lace up

The thinking person’s office trainer, the Ecco ST1 has an understated and chic design.

£130, eccoshoesuk.com

Colour co-ord

With pops of blue and grey-and-black leather, Puma’s Thunder Electric is a versatile street shoe.

£110, schuh.co.uk

Mu for you

The retro Rapide MU by Reebok comes in six colourways – one for every day, nearly.

£64.95, reebok.co.uk

Images: Courtesy of the brands