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Logomania
We've been seeing '90s-inspired looks on the runways for several seasons now, but the trend really came to a head last week when oversized logos popped up at two of the week's biggest shows: Alexander Wang and DKNY. The former rendered his own moniker in laser-cut leather and delicate lace; the latter celebrated its 25th anniversary by covering sporty separates in screaming black-and-white letters that spelled out its brand name. Click through to shop the trend now.
Logomania
Fringe Benefits
Call it a trickle-down Gatsby effect, but tasseled trim popped up everywhere at the NYC shows. Joseph Altuzarra used leather fringe to dynamic effect on second-skin minidresses and slit skirts, while Tibi showed silky strings on boxy shifts and popover tops. As for The Row's netted, tassel-hemmed knit, well, it was one of the most quietly beautiful pieces we spotted all week. Click through to shop the trend now.
Fringe Benefits
Overalls
Seemingly inspired by the OshKosh B'Gosh moments of their youth, designers showed several different versions of these double-strapped childhood classics on their runways. DKNY's were done in traditional denim, Rag & Bone's in minimalist black and white and Alexander Wang's in heavily-logoed leather. Click through to shop the trend now.
Overalls
Supremely Sporty
Game on! New York Fashion Week overlapped with both the US Open and college football season, which perhaps explains all the sporty inspiration we spied on the catwalks. Tommy Hilfiger's cool jerseys were the most literal interpretation of the trend, but we also adored the athletic-minded yet undeniably high-end bomber jackets at Marc by Marc Jacobs and Vera Wang. Click through to shop the trend now.
Supremely Sporty
Red All Over
Hardly a show has passed without at least one totally red outfit, although most have included several. We're not saying you should give up pastels entirely next spring (because there have also been tons of those on the runway); just keep a completely-crimson ensemble on hand, too. It's always going to make a bigger impact than Easter egg colors! Click through to shop the trend now.
Red All Over
Oversized Vests
Think of it as a moto jacket's equally cool cousin. It has all the street cred of a bomber without those cumbersome sleeves! Click through to shop the trend now. 
Oversized Vests
Crop Tops
Next spring and summer will be a gloriously wonderful time for girls with great abs, because these abbreviated shirts are (still!) showing up everywhere. As for anyone not interested in maintaining a nightly sit-up routine for the next six months, we suggest investing in high-waisted pieces—it's an easy way to wear crop tops without showing too much stomach. Click through to shop the trend now.
Crop Tops
Bermuda Shorts
We love both the mid-thigh and below-the-knee styles that have made several appearances throughout the last few days—so feel free to go with either length! (If you are petite, however, we do recommend the shorter, more tailored styles, as long baggy cuts overwhelm small frames.) Click through to shop the trend now.
Bermuda Shorts
Pointy-Toe Flats
We noticed this first on day one, and the trend has only gotten stronger since. Aside from the comfort factor, the best part about this look is that it's something we can wear during fall and winter as well! Click through to shop the trend now. 
Pointy-Toe Flats
Hippie Sandals With Socks
Love it or hate it, the ugly shoe craze seems to be sticking around for another season. And this time around, it's invited socks to the party. Click through to shop the trend now.
Hippie Sandals With Socks