WESTFIELD launched this season's autumn and winter fashions with a runway event earlier in the year.
Popular clothing trends were strutted down the centre's makeshift catwalk and included sports luxe, punk, winter white, boy-meets-girl and film noir glamour.
"The punk trend includes leather and leopard prints. It's more nineties-inspired jeans and distressed denim," Westfield's resident stylist Hayley Cooper said.
"There are lots of metal accessories like studded and chain bags and studded earrings. Statement cuffs are also in.
"Winter whites doesn't lead to wearing all white. It can include a white blazer, white tailored pants and or white jeans.
"Boy-meets-girl style has a lot of tailored looks. It has a lot of black and white and stripe print.
"Film noir glamour is a new trend for this season. It is very tailored. I would say the fitting starts from your belly button all the way down to your knee. From the knee it flares out.
"Sports luxe again is white leather."
Ms Cooper said trends would suit most tastes.
"There is a wide range of styles available.
"I think people will really enjoy film noir glamour. I think it's a trend which will continue into next season."
■ Details: westfield.com.au.