NYFW came to a close, and with open arms we welcomed fashion weeks in London and Milan. With collections from Alexander McQueen, Burberry, DSquared2 and Prada, of course the bar for personal style rose dramatically. In London, matching two-piece sets seemed to be the trend of the moment. Dominated with head-to-toe leather, bold tartan prints, fierce fringe and neon florals, the street style scene emphasized continuity and consistency throughout each ensemble. In Milan, it was all about the outerwear. From larger-than-life silhouettes to embroidered leather and fur, every piece told a different story. Top-notch looks stressed the importance of playing with color, simple patterns and texture. Thriving off of simple components like fun trousers and color blocking, these outfits were a union of groundbreaking solids.