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Stick to it
Riccardo Tisci brought a light touch to his first Burberry show with tape-wrapped courts.
£550, burberry.com (not available online yet)
Day and night
Glide to lunch, brunch or dinner in these Stuart Weitzman sandals and cropped jeans.
£355, stuartweitzman.com (not available online yet)
To the point
Florals needn’t only be for dresses; Alexander McQueen’s boots offer a new take.
£1,190, alexandermcqueen.com (not available online yet)
Rejina Pyo sent models down the catwalk in candy-striped mules ideal for work or play.
£440, rejinapyo.com (not available online yet)
By Far is one label nailing s/s 2019’s biggest shoe trend: the minimal sandal.
£410, byfar.com (not available online yet)
Diesel adds sunshine to your summer with these optimistically bright court shoes.
£175, diesel.com (not available online yet)
Dior’s ballet-inspired show saw feet adorned with ribbons. These print sandals won our hearts.
£460, dior.com (not available online yet)
These Tabitha Simmons for Brock Collection heels have us dreaming of a heatwave.
£575, tabithasimmons.com (not available online yet)
Try a subtle take on Marc Jacobs’ oversized accents with these embellished beauties.
£898, marcjacobs.com (not available online yet)
Not all feathers are floaty and feminine, these studded sandals toughen things up.
£815, valentino.com (not available online yet)
Wear these practical- yet-cool Tommy Jeans flats with mixed-print separates all season.
£80, tommy.com (not available online yet)
Miu Miu’s chunky platform sandals are given a delicate touch with pearl detailing.
Covered in an abstract spot print, you can’t miss Gucci’s platform loafers.
£705, gucci.com (not available online yet)
With chunky soles and woven straps, these and a white dress are a perfect pairing.
£370, albertaferretti.com (not available online yet)
Pastels are still going strong for s/s 2019 – wear these Mulberry heels with a muted suit.
Pair this woven tote with all black to channel the dark tonal trend on the summer catwalks.
£85, dkny.com (not available online yet)
Get a piece of Anthony Vaccarello’s American flag-inspired collection for Saint Laurent.
Kate Spade have woven their logo to create this bright bucket bag.
£395, katespade.com (not available online yet)
On the edge
With some heavy-duty hardware, Hedi Slimane has added edge to the classic quilted bag.
£1,850, celine.com ( not available online yet)
Brighten up your minimal separates with this vibrant dip-dye bag from Chloé.
Wear a belt bag high on your waist this season over a printed dress.
£368, thekooples.com (not available online yet)
Loewe has supersized the macramé and raffia trend with this woven wonder.
price on request, loewe.com (not available online yet)
Tie-dye is making a comeback – give a chic nod to the trend with Prada’s Sidonie bag.
£2,350, prada.com (not available online yet)
The doctor’s bag is given a fresh look in dusky pink, courtesy of Max Mara.
The boho tassel gets a grown-up makeover on this elegant round- handle bag.
Twice as nice
Chanel’s double bag is ready for lolling on the beach and stomping around the city.
£4,120, chanel.com (not available online yet)
In with the old
Carrie Bradshaw’s infamous Fendi Baguette has been reworked for 2019.
Space age patterns ensure Louis Vuitton’s bag will stand out from the crowd.
£2,450, louisvuitton.com (not available online yet)
Guess’s patterned mini bag looks best worn with a plain white T-shirt for maximum effect.
£85, guess.eu (not available online yet)
Sling this understated Tory Burch bag over your shoulder for easy Seventies style.
£655, toryburch.com (not available online yet)
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