Where can you get a decent maxi coat? What is school-bully hair and should you be scared? And which decade are you supposed to be chanelling? Here is our guide to the clothes that will fill the shops this season – and what you will actually be wearing
1. Gucci on the high street
If you’ve seen any of the following in Zara or Topshop – shaggy faux-fur coats, pussybow blouses or floral dresses that look like 1970s upholstery – then you’ve already spotted the beginnings of the Guccification of the high street. This is all thanks to the brand’s new creative director, Alessandro Michele, who hastransformed Gucci from a purveyor of bling-tastic yacht chic to a haven for glamorous geeks, and has won the hearts of the fashion industry in the process. High-street homages are everywhere; spectacles and a bobble hat are the finishing touches.
2. The muse