Championed by Stella McCartney and Marc Jacobs on the catwalks, stylish celebrities are already embracing this season’s spotty trend.
Designer Stella McCartney made fun spot shapes the focal point of her autumn/winter 2011 collection. Textured circles worked over sheer fabrics across a monochrome palette ensured the result was one of ultimate sophistication.
British actress Kate Winslet was one of the first starlets to step out in McCartney’s figure-hugging dresses, stealing the spotlight at the premiere of her new TV series Mildre Pierce in the process.
American designer Marc Jacobs is one of the most influential names on the catwalk calendar. Where he goes, others copy. So expect polka dots a plenty, on skirts tops and even fur-trimmed collars and gloves, coming to a high street near you.
Ever ahead of the style curve, TV presenter Alexa Chung embraced minute spots with this effortless navy dress, contrasting some Celine arm candy for maximum effect.
London Fashion Week designer David Koma played with proportions as he fused spots of all sizes – and guises – together.
Style maven Olivia Palermo mastered two trends in one with this pretty, mullet-hemmed dot-print dress by Bensoni.
Cosy winter coats at Diane Von Furstenberg were adorned with a grey polka-print.
Even shoes, as seen on this Paris Fashion Week goer, haven’t escaped a sprinkling of spots.
Radio personality Fearne Cotton opts for the classic navy and white spot colour pairing with this sleeveless shirt.
This chic fashion editor works a covetable monochrome look with a sheer, layered dotty skirt.
Lanvin’s elegant cocktail dresses get the spot treatment.
Actress Kirsten Dunst dips a toe in the trend with this discreet black and white top.
London Fashion Week designer Louise Gray decorated the faces of the models in her autumn/winter 2011 catwalk show with multicoloured spots for a fashiony face-paint.
Actress Olivia Wilde miniature dot-print dress was courtesy of Gucci.
At Paul Smith, trousers were livened up with a grey circle motif.
Diminutive actress turned fashion designer Ashley Olsen’s voluminous dress looks almost two-tone thanks to its sheer sleeves.
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