I Can't Believe This Revealing Trend Is Happening This Autumn

What with baguette bags, slip dresses and flippy miniskirts enjoying a renaissance as we fawn over all things '90s, it was only a matter of time before the most divisive trend of all reared its head: the catsuit.


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Blame it on the runways all you like (at Prada and Halpern, spray-on bodysuits came with striking patterns that bring a whole new meaning to the term "all-in-one"), but early adopters have been giving legs—and arms… and everything in-between—to the movement, too.


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Prada A/W 21 collection

French eco-friendly brand Marcia's long-sleeved catsuit has been donned by influencers Camille Charrière and María Bernad, lending a superhero spin on an item otherwise known as a stage performer's staple, and—dare we say it—the result is surprisingly chic.


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Halpern A/W 21 collection

Of course, not all catsuits are made equal, and this season, the range looks set to be democratic. In addition to Marcia's, there's the sporty "just left the gym" take that you can layer with sweats, and there's also the second skin, which is great for a party and keeping you warm.


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Bella Hadid in a black catsuit


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Coco Baudelle in a Chanel catsuit

Just keep your liquid consumption to a minimum. This trend isn't super fun to peel off when nature calls.

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