Trending around the globe: Top trends we've been spotting at fashion weeks worldwide

While it's just another month in Auckland now that New Zealand Fashion Week has passed, some of the biggest international fashion houses have been showcasing their Spring Summer 2016 collections to top editors, including Anna Wintour, of course, and every who’s who of the celebrity world AKA Kimye (who else actually matters anyway?). While Gigi Hadid wearing Rasta coloured swimwear whilst walking on a runway-made-Caribbean Island at New York Fashion Week was probably the main image you saw on your Instagram feed, there have been some pretty key trends from some of our favourite designers that we thought freshened things up a bit… givenchy_773_ss16_426x639 Bold beauty If anyone can make bleached eyebrows look good, it would be Kendall Jenner for Givenchy. However, this, as well as Givenchy’s face jewellery worthy of a spot in an art museum, aren’t the most replicable or practical of beauty looks. In terms of more wearable beauty trends, coloured brows and ‘Twiggy lashes’ are back for SS16, as the no make-up look might start to take a back seat after its mighty reign. _RAG0431_426x639 Down dressing If New York Fashion Week favourite Rag & Bone are anything to go by, there is no other way to wear a dress than with a high-top sneaker. The label known for their minimalistic approach to design, matched silk slip dresses and textured knitted tube dresses with sneakers and oversized gold hoops, a trend bound to bring out the sassy street girl in all of us. _ARC0274_426x639 Skin is in Split hems and off-the-shoulder styling will be staying around for the next wee while. Altuzarra was one of many designers that weren’t afraid to show some skin this year. Sexy slits in dresses and skirts and unbuttoned shirts are still cool (literally breezy) and can be worn however which way you want. MTMzMDQ2Njg0NDk3MjY2Njk4 Colour co-ordinated accessories As per usual, Mansur Gavriel have killed it. But this time, it’s different. As part of their first New York Fashion Week presentation, the NYC label added a second string to their bow by introducing their very first collection of shoes - a whopping 320 styles, at that. Basically, this is the best thing to ever happen to the accessory world. Oh, and did we mention their four new bag shapes that are equally as life-changing? _JER0501_426x639  Plastic fantastic The 60’s have come back to play, and designer Jeremy Scott undoubtedly shouted this the loudest with his SS16 collection. His familiar pop art aesthetic brought futuristic 60’s cartoon The Jetsons to mind with cartoon-like wigs and shiny plastic jewellery and perspex dresses. Warning: To complete the look, criminal amounts of hair-spray may be needed. _UMB3748_426x639 A lighter shade of... denim Karen Walker’s SS16 collection Star City also hinted at a 60’s comeback with acid wash denim jumpsuits and Mom style jeans as a move on from the clean indigo denim pieces from her current collection Time Machine. Alongside this, her much-anticipated statement jewellery piece of the season, the runaway girl cameo earring, was worn with these looks to really cement those swingin’ 60’s vibes. Words by Claire Blakely Images: