Autumn11 Catwalk Trend Report A - Z

A for mannish Androgyny as seen at Chanel
B for Bell Boys at Louis Vuitton
C is for Crochet at House of Holland and Christopher Kane
D for Dalmatian spots at Unique
Giles ushered in the austere with Edwardian themes
Fur was the trim of choice for autumn 11 collections, Gucci backed it with gusto
Sayance inspired Gothisism as seen at Julien MacDonald
Heritage tweeds flew the UK flag at Burberry Prorsum
Intricate lace work was beautiful at Valentino 
Japanese inspired origami folds and intelligent pattern cutting sharpened up Antonio Berardi and Haider Ackermann
Knitwear was oversized, grungy and louche for autumn 11 as seen at Missoni (above) and Balenciaga
Ladylike themes continue into autumn pioneered by Donna Karen
A Mod-like minimalism was seen in spades, here's Bottega Veneta's serving
Naughtiness pervade at Louis Vuitton, and at House of Holland with kinky  wipe clean leather trims
Outerwear is key (it's autumn after all ) but this season the catwalks were flooded with coats - the Cocoon silhouette stood out at Victoria Beckham's NYFW show
Marc Jacobs started it in New York.......
...and then Stella MacCartney cemented the Polka trend in Paris
Quirky knitwear injected some lighthearted fun at Jil Sander
A riot of colour was seen on every catwalk from DKNY in New York to ......
Matthew Williamson in London, and Red is the must have shade
Sheer seen here at Narciso Rodriguez

Tunic tops floated down the Richard Nicoll catwalk (above), and were also seen at Aquascutumn and Nicole Farhi
Undulating tulle was feminine and romantic at Alexander McQueen
Velvet gave a hand crafted luxurious feel to Michael Van Der Ham (above), Erdem and Julien Macdonald
It's an unforgiving nightmare to wear but White is right for autumn 11, here at Mugler
Zoological inspired prints at Chloe (above) and Vivienne Westwood Red Label

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