When punk began to expand from music into fashion in the late 1970s, it became clear that there were no precise rules behind it, but a desire to break up clichés creatively. Black was definitely the predominant colour, combined with a reinterpretation of tartan and splashes of bright colours for jackets and accessories, as well as the iconic Mohawk hairstyle. Next winter will bring a revival of this trend in a less rough mood than the original, but in a glossy version. Namely, the ever-present black ankle boots with their solid, bursting soles like those by Prada: the chunky Monolith boots featuring removable mini-pouches. Studs adorn the Rockstud bags by Valentino Garavani resulting in a supremely chic combination of sophistication and rock-style. A colourful electrical touch was added to the 100% eco-friendly furs by Apparis, in both overcoats and short jackets. But it is a fact that total black is always top.