Exhale. Fashion Week has finally come to a close in New York. Lincoln Center can retreat to it's natural state, street style bloggers can take a day to update their sites with all the standout stars, and most importantly, we all know what we are going to be wearing for the seasons to come.
We have been following the runway shows this week and have rounded off some of our favorite looks and trends.
From the print and color blocking at Tommy Hilfiger to the beautiful neon satins seen strutting down the DVF runway, it is difficult to say hello to fall knowing just how blissful next spring's designs will be.
Check out some of our favorite from the womenswear shows below.
Tommy Hilfiger updates the classic khaki with stripes and tangerine trimmings.
Tommy paid special attention to details while keeping the look clean with color blocked accents.
Pin stripes, high waists and polka dots, with the moto accents. How can we go wrong with this look?
DVF played with textures, drapey accents, and color blocking.
Aside from the pearlized effects of the fabric, the neon blouse is the perfect blend of flirty and punchy.
Ralph Lauren fell in love with a Baroque bolero, and this was the result. A fun spin on the female suit.
Alice + Olivia played with textures and prints.
Alice + Olivia paint splattered evening wear? It doesn't get much butter.
Margiela brought the sweat suit to new levels.
Rachel Roy trimmed peplum with a neon train and mixed prints like a pro.
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