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New York Fashion Week Last Looks: Yesterday’s Runways at Rosie Assoulin, Zero + Maria Cornejo, 3.1 Phillip Lim and Carolina Herrera

Debuting her first collection only a couple years back, industry newbie Rosie Assoulin has been carving out her niche and gaining steady momentum with her whimsically far-out designs.

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Granted, she got her start under Oscar de la Renta and Alber Elbaz and, with an arsenal of eye-catching design tricks from those two, Assoulin’s ascent beyond emerging designer is hardly surprising. The American created a fall collection of well-balanced, crisply tailored suits, a sea of super-wide-leg trousers and matching jackets (whether it be an army green tiered crop or fuzzy cream trench). Single-shouldered, bell-sleeved wrap tops and layered, diamond-shaped velvet halters introduced the transition to more innovative silhouettes. Larger-than-life ruffles were the standout among the eveningwear pieces, tiered and paired with one-shoulder fisherman knits and cropped capes.

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Get the Look: New York Fashion Week Street Style at Karen Walker, Jeremy Scott and 3.1 Phillip Lim

NYFW-Street-Style-February-18-2016-groupGimlet-eyed Kristin Yamada is busy snapping street-style starlets during Fashion Week. Here are her photos to inspire you for next season (or this one), and some wardrobe picks to help you get the look.Brazilian model Bruna Lírio is totally bringing the heat today with her play on texture. Shaggy fur and extreme denim fray have a wild attitude to them, particularly in this snowy scene. These tactile textures teamed with the slick shine of a patent boot is such an amazing combo. High-gloss leathers have been building steady momentum, and I’m all for it! Nicely done, Bruna!

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Shop similar styles:
distressed jeans | faux-fur jackets | patent leather boots

Shop our editors’ picks to re-create this look:

HART Denim Libbey jean | Steve Madden faux-fur coat | ATELJE 71 Violet boot

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New York Fashion Week: 3.1 Phillip Lim Nail Secrets and Other Insider Stories

Killer nails are a part of just about every killer show, and 3.1 Phillip Lim shows are particularly on point in that regard, thanks in large part to the coolest of New York City nail specialists, Madeline Poole.

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We checked in with Madeline on Monday’s set, just as we did last season at the Phillip Lim show, and while we were at it we made mini-podcasts with more of the supporting cast—because from Cheetos-eating models to reporters from around the world, it really does take a village to make a big production like this one complete.

Madeline Poole on nails:

MEET SOME OF THE CAST AND CREW

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Our Six Favorite New York Fashion Week Moments from the Spring ’16 Shows

Hear that? It’s the sound of a legion of editors and bloggers stuffing shoes into designer luggage and tucking eye cream into carry-on bags. That’s right: It’s time for New York Fashion Week again. The shows begin February 10; let’s prepare by way of review. (Of course, since spring collections are arriving every day now, you can also review and prepare by shopping!)

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Marc Jacobs photo: Jessa Carter for The Thread

HERE’S WHAT WE WERE ALL TALKING ABOUT LAST SEASON

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Nine Bomber Jackets to Feed Your Bomber Jacket Lust

If a single piece of clothing could signify this moment in time—could represent early 2016 and the current winter-into-spring era—it would be the bomber jacket. It works equally well for men and women, and as a cardigan-like layer or true protection against the elements.

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Chloé reversible embroidered tech satin bomber

Just about every designer showed some variation of this timeless staple during the last round of Fashion Weeks, so now that all those want-worthy spring styles are showing up in our stores, we’ve only seen the beginning of bombermania.

Starting with the richly ornate and totally cozy olive-green Chloé number above, we selected our top nine iterations of this must-have-right-now topper.

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Last Looks: Carolina Herrera, rag & bone, 3.1 Phillip Lim, Reem Acra, Lela Rose, Zac Posen, Zero + Maria Cornejo

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Photos: InDigital

Carolina Herrera envisioned spring fashion through rose-colored glasses, with a dreamy yet intricately constructed collection. The Frick Museum was the perfect Beaux-Arts backdrop for Herrera’s urbane mix of soft colors and structured, gridlike surfaces held together by sheer strips of fabric. The end result: minimal, elegant looks befitting modern uptown girls.

Carolina Herrera is available in selected stores at our Designer Eveningwear boutiques.

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New York Fashion Week S/S 2016: The Big and Small Moments of 3.1 Phillip Lim’s 10th Anniversary Show

Madeline Poole is one of the nail world’s ultimate cool girls, so cool-girl outfitter Phillip Lim brought her in to handle an important detail of his 10th anniversary runway event.

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Backstage and ready to go at Phillip Lim; all images by Jessa Carter

Maya Lin is one of the art world’s most architecturally and environmentally aware sculptors, so she was Lim’s choice for designing the set for a conceptual, purposeful collection titled Stop and Smell the Flowers.

As a way of going both micro and macro, we got the scoop on Poole’s fun, trend-riffing contributions as well as insight on Lin and Lim’s earth-centered collaboration, which benefits the What Is Missing? Foundation and Perfect Earth Project.

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Street Style: Celine Aagaard at Dolce&Gabbana

Celine Aagaard is living up to her blog’s name, Hippie Hippie Milkshake. This all-white look has retro undertones, thanks to lace, flares and fringe. The palette and cool styling modernize the ’70s aesthetic. The Breton-style cap is the new It hat of the season, and it looks great with Celine’s style.

xo,
Crystal Nicodemus

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White Lace Tops | Fringe Handbags | White Trousers & Wide Leg Pants

Shop our Editors’ Picks to re-create this look:

Everleigh Lace Top | Proenza Schouler ‘PS1’ Pouch | 3.1 Phillip Lim Trousers

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Street Style: Anna at Cavalli

Now this is an outfit I can see myself in. I think I’ve finally found the perfect pair of culottes, thanks to Anna. These military-inspired culottes get an A+, especially when paired with tall suede boots and an oversized sweater. The turtleneck has been ever-present this season, making me glad I invested in a few basics earlier this year! A mini bag adds a hit of color and pattern to this minimalist-chic look.

xo,
Crystal Nicodemus

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Culottes | Tall Suede Boots | Oversize Sweaters

Shop our Editors’ Picks to re-create this look:

3.1 Phillip Lim Navy Gaucho Pants | Aquatalia by Marvin K. Boot | rag & bone Tunic Sweater

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Street Style: Sofie Valkiers at Etro

I can always count on Sofie Valkiers to have an impeccable ensemble. It can be tough to incorporate new trends into your wardrobe without compromising your personal style, but Sofie manages with aplomb. Her kimono-inspired chambray robe is a stunning statement piece. A bright turtleneck adds a bit of Sofie’s trademark color, while the touches of white throughout keep things clean and modern.

xo,
Crystal Nicodemus

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Kimono-Style Jackets | Turtleneck Tops | White Trousers

Shop our Editors’ Picks to re-create this look:

Free People Fringe Kimono Wrap | Eileen Fisher Top | 3.1 Phillip Lim Cuff Trousers

 

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