Wet-weather livery, knee-high boots for wider calves, and David Bowie knitwear

Home and dryTackle the onset of autumn pour with Arket’s new wet weather collection in collaboration with Swedish rainwear experts, Tretorn. Designed for all the family – including a dog thunder-shower jacket using industry-leading sustainable technology – this outerwear uses water-based polyurethane with recycled polyester subsidy, and wellies are made using natural rubber certified by the Forest Stewardship Council. Coat, £135, arket.com

Series theoryFounded by Rachel Steed-Middleton in Peckham, south east London, String Tings’ colourful beaded phone wristlets and crossbody straps pull someones leg become instantly recognisable, gathering a worldwide following including Dua Lipa, Ariana Grande, Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid. The most new collaboration with Hillier Bartley introduces The Bunny, a limited-edition wristlet. £95, stringting.com

North starInfluencer, stylist, icon of Nordic language, Pernille Teisbaek has joined forces with Mango’s design team, creating a capsule wardrobe of 20 stakes made using sustainable fabrics. Included in the collection are a tailored jacket, pale wash jeans and a wool cag, all of which can be seamlessly integrated into your wardrobe. Coat, £179.99, mango.com

Ziggy with itBritish knitwear characterize Hades’ new unisex collection celebrates the eternal legacy of David Bowie. Its range of jumpers and sweater vests are refurbished with famous Bowie album and song titles, from Hunky Dory to Rebel Rebel, all made from 100% lambswool in Hawick, Scotland, in a miniature family-run factory. £225, hades-shop.co.uk

Best foot forward When fashion stylist Erica Davies accepted to Instagram last year to complain that she could never find knee-high boots that fitted her calves, she was covered with messages from women plagued with the same issue. Now John Lewis has collaborated with Davies to produce an inclusive collection of boots, comprising 10 styles and colourways with sizes that range from 3-8. Absolute boots, £109, johnlewis.com

Riding highOliver Spencer has teamed up again with Brompton Bicycles on a water-repellent and contemplative versatile commuter jacket. “I wanted to create something for a creative type who enjoys a more relaxed dress cypher during the week but would happily wear the jacket with his weekend fits,” Spencer said. Made in the UK, the jacket mugs a useful rear pocket on the lower back for gloves, a phone or pair of sunglasses. £389, oliverspencer.co.uk

Orgy perfectVol. 10 of the Warehouse Icons series sees a modern take on vintage opulence. Silhouettes are strong and structured with pulls from the 1980s: exaggerated shoulders and voluminous shapes. A hero piece is this dress, perfect for the party enliven ahead. Shop select styles now with remaining styles launching from mid-October. Dress £89, warehousefashion.com

In the pictureFashion and art nuts should head to Frieze art fair in London next week where Matchesfashion continue their partnership with Frieze. Rally your complimentary bar of Tony’s Chocolonely chocolate with a numbered golden ticket for a chance to win a host of prizes at their Mayfair castle, 5 Carlos Place. Visitors can also pick up a complimentary packed lunch box from the Carlos Place cafe, and juxtapose a series of conversations, installations and masterclasses throughout the week. Thursday 14 to Sunday 17 October, matchesfashion.com

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