Hi, I’m Joanna, a guest blogger for Design Shuffle, an online portal for all things interior design. I spend my days collecting the most beautiful rooms and sharing them with readers of blogs like this one. Thanks to Lela for letting me share with you today! Hope they inspire some fashion and decorating ideas.

Fashion trends tend to lead interior design trends, making the two connected in a very special way. For instance, we see a brilliant hue on the runway and shortly thereafter it starts popping up in home furnishings or on the walls of the fashion and design forward. Here are four runway looks and rooms that remind us how interchangeable fashion and interior trends can be. Please enjoy!

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Ken Fashion

Barley cotton canvas overcoat, £2,495; grey cotton utility shirt, £225; black wool slim fit trousers, £495; black leather boots, £495, all by Burberry Prorsum

It seems our friends at Esquire UK have lost their minds, or are relishing in some sort of genius. For a Toy Story 3-themed editorial, they have hired Ken to flash some of the best Burberry, Paul Smith, Gucci and Prada. It seems that even ex-flame Barbie joined in for a shot!

Ken Fashion

Black wool jacket with satin shawl collar, £609; blue cotton shirt with embroidery, £179; purple wool trousers, £179; black leather lace-ups, £225, all by Paul Smith.

Ken Fashion

Cream suede trench coat, £1,430; grey cashmere turtle-neck sweater, £450; white wool slim trousers, £460; dark brown calf leather boots, £620; dark brown suede belt, £175; tortoiseshell aviators, £150; beige diamante large duffle bag with brown crocodile trim, £9,070, all by Gucci.

Ken Fashion

Ken: Camel wool jacket, £1,125; beige wool sweater, £280; blue cotton shirt, £255; black wool trousers, £360; brown leather shoes, £470, all by Prada. Barbie: Pink gabardine camouflage coat, £1,515; brown leather heels, £450, all by Prada