Best of the Runways

The Fashion Week looks we're obsessed with!

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Calvin Klein



The simplest concept—a blueish-grey slip dress—made complex with elaborate drapes.
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Isaac Mizrahi



It has the look of an inverted ice cream cone: A light pink confection of a skirt is topped with a fitted bustier.
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Ralph Lauren



We love the combination of a boyish pinstripe suit with sexy t-strap heels.
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Nanette Lepore



A Crayola 64-pack palette makes this gorgeously patterned minidress pop—and the architectural jacket adds a dose of sophistication.
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Proenza Schouler



Channeling some sort of psychedelic surfer vibe, neon zebra stripes meet a multi-tiered ruffle skirt.
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3.1 Phillip Lim



This perfectly polished, entirely neutral ensemble takes a major bow to the Boy Scouts—but the effect is totally chic.
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Anna Sui



A hundred different things are going on here—jet embellishments, floral prints, polka dots—but magically, Anna Sui always makes it work.
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Marchesa



Origami-esque folds and pleats create an orchid-like, other-worldly gown.
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Oscar de la Renta



Delicately embellished chiffon creates a cool, painterly effect—and the one-shoulder cut is cool and theatrical.
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Michael Kors



Super slick and crisp, this two-piece suit has all the glamour of a '60s cocktail dress.
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Catherine Malandrino



A gorgeous murano glass–like print, married to a graphic black-and-white skirt.
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Narciso Rodriguez



A transformingly elegant drape elevates a classic gray sundress.
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Marc by Marc Jacobs



Exuberantly patterned, the voluminous skirt is tempered by a tie at the waist.
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Vera Wang



Black chiffon and a one-shoulder cut lend a slightly gothic vibe to this bejeweled evening gown.
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Badgley Mischka



A gorgeous petal-strewn skirt and opulently worked belt is balanced by a casual white tank.
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Marc Jacobs



This beautifully constructed, diaphanous gown looks like something Picasso might have sketched.
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Tracy Reese



The sweetest pastel floral print—finished with a bubble hem and fitted top—makes for the perfect garden-party dress.
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Thakoon



Seemingly contrasting prints create a gorgeous, collage-like effect.
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Rebecca Taylor



Deeply feminine, the delicately flounced hem and sheer, netting-like camisole are rounded out by a floral-print jacket.
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Zac Posen



A psychedelic peacock-esque print in a beautifully worked, sculptural silhouette.
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DKNY



A neutral navy blue backdrop is the perfect backdrop for a riotously gorgeous blend of floral prints and sequins.
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United Bamboo



Equal parts slick and gamine, a schoolboy-ish pair of pants is balanced by a sweet, puffed-sleeve blazer.
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Hervé Léger



Strips of multi-hued denim give a dramatically new spin to the bondage dress.
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VPL by Victoria Bartlett



Two deeply contrasting textures meet for an unexpected-yet-cool combination.
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Diane von Furstenberg



A totally unique take on monochromatic dressing—and the oversize boyfriend blazer—featuring bright shots of persimmon.
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Karen Walker



The figure-flattering, nautical-inspired printed minidress; the matching carryall; the classic suede bucket hat—we want every single piece.
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Alexander Wang



Wang mixes spring's hottest trends—multiple prints, slouchy trousers, high waists, and crop tops—into one wildly stylish look.
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Lacoste



This combination—easy, printed dress, matching head scarf, royal blue flat sandals, and oversize sunglasses—is so French Riviera chic.
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Rag & Bone



Thanks to elegant materials and exquisite tailoring, menswear classics like a Western-style shirt, sharp blazer, and tailored shorts are perfectly ladylike.
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Cynthia Rowley



A rich purple hue makes tailored shorts and a secretary blouse really pop.
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Nicole Miller



Sparkly leggings plus a white motorcycle jacket equals perfect rocker-chic.
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Jason Wu



A ruffled, Swarovski-crystal-beaded top paired with a flirty feathered skirt is the prettiest party look ever.
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Twinkle by Wenlan



The artsy mix of neon stripes and abstract florals is so effortlessly hip.
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Yigal Azrouël



Painterly fluorescent stripes create the coolest effect—plus, a sheer netted top makes it easier to wear than a standard strapless dress.
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Cynthia Steffe



A slouchy gray vest toughens up this muted pastel pink frock.
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Elie Tahari



The deeply feminine ruffles are countered by an edgy paper-bag waisted pant—in a soft, summer-y palette.
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Vena Cava



We love this inspired, slightly rocker-ish take on the classic hourglass shape.
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Rachel Comey



An earthy, batiked print gets an update with bright shots of red and pink, and a sweet strapless shape.
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Jenni Kayne



A slick metallic mini makes for the perfect party dress.
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BCBG Max Azria



Deeply sexy, the surprising Kelly green shade and intricate draping make this extra-special.
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Ports 1961



Both crisp and diaphanous, this is an ethereal spin on a classic dress.

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