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Best dressed

From stylists and editors at fashion shows to celebrities on the red carpet and models, well, anywhere: if you want to learn new styling tricks and be inspired by the world’s most fashion-forward women, look no further

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Photography Sandra Semburg. New York Fashion Week FW18

PICK A COLOR

Has she been reading our trend report? Jourdan Dunn does head-to-toe lilac beautifully at the Michael Kors FW18 show.

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Photography Timur Emek/Getty Images. New York Fashion Week FW18

KEEP IT SIMPLE

Our former cover star, model Grace Elizabeth, rocks the Canadian tuxedo with a classic retro tee.

Photography Sandra Semburg. New York Fashion Week FW18

DON’T HOLD BACK

Can’t choose between stripes, florals or polka dots? Then wear all three – just stick to the same color palette.

Photography Acielle / Style Du Monde. New York Fashion Week FW18

CHECK YOU OUT

Fashion blogger Rebecca Laurey counteracts the corporate connotation of a checked suit with a puffer jacket and statement boots.

Photography Acielle / Style Du Monde. New York Fashion Week FW18

PLAY WITH PRINT

Take a leaf out of sartorial maximalist Dani Stahl’s book and experiment with colorful prints. The way to wear them now? With bright white accessories.

Photography Christian Vierig/Getty Images. New York Fashion Week FW18

STAND OUT

Reason no 5,647 that model Adwoa Aboah makes us happy: she doesn’t choose between riotous rainbow shades and loud prints – she champions them all at once.

Photography Acielle / Style Du Monde. New York Fashion Week FW18

GO THE DISTANCE

Kym Ellery’s caramel-colored vinyl trench coat is top of our most-wanted list – and now we’ve seen the way blogger Chloe Harrouche has paired hers with a bright Simon Miller bag, we’re adding that, too.

Photography Daniel Zuchnik/Getty Images. New York Fashion Week FW18

SWEETEN UP

Actress Kiko Mizuhara’s pastel statement is fully deserving of a victory sign or two.

Photography Daniel Zuchnik/Getty Images. New York Fashion Week FW18

THINK PINK

How to do tonal dressing? Look no further than Camila Coelho’s example. From the clashing textures to the complementary accessories, this is a masterclass.

Photography Christian Vierig. New York Fashion Week FW18

STRIPE RIGHT

It’s NYFW Best Dressed, The Model Edition. First up, Bella Hadid in a Vivienne Westwood candy-striper suit jacket with blue jeans and the ultimate accent right now – a pair of tinted lenses.

Photography Christian Vierig. New York Fashion Week FW18

BE READY

Dutch model Romee Strijd’s sartorial mash-up ticks off three of this season’s biggest trends, tapping patent fabrics, deconstructed cuts and that must-have belt bag.

Photography Christian Vierig. New York Fashion Week FW18

ROLL DEEP

Whether you wear an ’80s power blazer, snakeskin pants, a bomber or a beret, this line-up is evidence that there’s no better accessory than your friends.

Photography Christian Vierig. New York Fashion Week FW18

KEEP IT SIMPLE

Lithuanian runway regular (and recent PorterEdit cover star) Giedre Dukauskaite demonstrates how to make blue jeans and a crisp white shirt modern with a double coat – chic and practical.

Photography Christian Vierig. New York Fashion Week FW18

DEFY EXPECTATIONS

New Zealand model Georgia Fowler layered her belted blazer over sheer tights and a logo top – very Working Girl meets The Matrix.

Photography Daniel Zuchnik/Getty Images

MATCH MAKE

Get the better of wet weather by going top to toe in bold-color leathers to ensure you stay dry and stylish. White boots make the perfect partner to an oxblood-hued coat, but make sure to keep some tissues in your tote to wipe away unsightly splashes.

Photography Christian Vierig/Getty Images

DOUBLE UP

Camille Charrière is keeping warm in NYC by test-driving this season’s ultimate layering trick – the double coat. Nail the look by sticking to a tonal color palette then contrasting lengths and textures.

Photography Acielle / Style Du Monde

SHINE ON

The rainy New York weather is no match for stylist Caroline Daur, who proves that all you need to combat the elements is a classic cover-up cut from risqué vinyl. Extra points for choosing a trench in lilac, SS18’s standout shade.

Photography Daniel Zuchnik/Getty Images

CHECK MATE

From her leather lunch bag – Simon Miller’s latest creation – to her tartan Tibi suit, every part of NET-A-PORTER Retail Fashion Director Lisa Aiken’s outfit is going straight on our new-season wish list. Chic in the rain? Check.

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