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Stock up ahead of the autumn weather with the fresh and exciting brands now landing at e-boutique My Wardrobe

With every new season comes an exciting influx of brands, and nowhere is more stocked up with fresh labels than online boutique My Wardrobe. Its array of new names for autumn will ensure you're kitted out from head to toe.

First up: an exclusive drop of designer Derek Lam's diffusion line 10 Crosby, which features printed silk separates and knitwear decorated with cats, as well as sinuous stretch dresses in modern vampish red. But if primary colours aren't to your tastes, take inspiration from the site's "monochrome edit" from British label Raoul, which features sharp and slick tailored pieces in - you guessed it - a strict palette of black and white.

Rather more colourful are the latest arrivals from Italian designer Massimo Giorgetti's MSGM brand. Playful floral knitwear is paired with citrus bright trousers and skirts, while patchworked printed silk shirts add a further clash of attitude.

Texture-wise, London-based label MATH is far from a sum of its parts. Simple and understated basics are given a daring spin, rendered in diverse panels of different fabrics - the signature Coralie dress features leather, jersey, silk and wool, combined in a not-too-figure-hugging silhouette that is  perfect for work or weekend.

And the finishing touches come in the accessories. Aila's fluoro mini-messenger is sure to become a hit of the season (and it's exactly the same shade as all those vivid yellow trainers that the athletes wore during the Olympics).

For the feet, choose between one of footwear's biggest names and one of the industry's most hotly tipped newcomers. Self-professed "rock 'n' roll cobbler" Terry de Havilland arrives on the site, with two exclusive  versions of his signature - not to mention statement - Margaux and Mimi styles.

But for the more shy and retiring, Lucy Choi's classic footwear might do the trick. A niece of Jimmy Choo's, Choi's aesthetic is similarly fun and feminine, but with an all-important emphasis on function too.

Season's greetings:  1. floral jumper £150, MSGM; 2. wedges £495, Terry de  Havilland; 3. dress £245, 10 Crosby by Derek Lam; 4. fluoro bag £240, Aila;  5. jumper £315, 10 Crosby by Derek Lam; 6. floral coat £460 and trousers £150, both MSGM; 7. leather dress £504, MATH;  8. shoes £168, Lucy Choi; 9. tunic £246, Raoul

All available from, My Wardrobe, my-wardrobe.com

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