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Now that Fashion Week has come to an end, our final Fashion Week story this season highlights all the got-to-have-them shoes on the feet of the industry’s most stylish ladies. It’s a thing we like to do. Click a pair to shop these showstoppers right now.

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And so we bid a fond adieu to the S/S ’15 runways, as Paris Fashion Week wraps up with some Female Trouble at Miu Miu.

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Vixen-vision: Miu Miu’s shady ladies.

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M·A·C shares the trade secrets and products behind the looks they designed for the runways at Fashion Week.

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At Rolando Santana, Director of Makeup Artistry Romero Jennings was inspired by the idea of a glowing, daytime smoky eye. Using eyeshadow creams, he created a satiny lavender shade that swept over the upper eyelid and wrapped around the outside corner of the eye to the lower eyelid. Vanilla Pigment was the star product for the skin. He accented cheekbones by buffing the product to reveal its pearl finish.

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More looks at the scene on the street from our Global Trend Reporter, Crystal Nicodemus!

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Yesterday’s runways took us from Italian holiday to historical Japanese fiction with classic prints from Valentino and startlingly bold lines by Alexander McQueen.

Valentino SS15 Paris Fashion Week navy gown.

Valentino’s Grand Tour-inspired collection was as beautifully varied as Italy itself. Creative directors, Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli, aimed to transport us to an era of Italian esteem, when Europeans flocked to Italy for a lesson in culture and aesthetics.

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Stella McCartney ruled the runway yesterday with understated elegance and minimalist femininity.

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Stella McCartney‘s spring collection showcased a muted palette with soft, flowing dresses and silk jumpsuits.

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Bonjour from Paris! Our Global Trend Reporter, Crystal Nicodemus, is ready to rock in the City of Light, bringing us the best in street fashion from Paris Fashion Week. C’est magnifique!

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Highlights from yesterday’s shows, including sleek elegance at Akris, sporty futurism at KENZO and bobo-inflected accessories at Chloé.

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At Akris, creative director Albert Kriemler showed a collection of precisely cut, monochromatic looks, many with textural, graphic motifs inspired by Russian artist Kazimir Malevich’s Suprematist works.

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Bonjour from Paris! Our Global Trend Reporter, Crystal Nicodemus, is in the City of Light, bringing us the best in street fashion from Paris Fashion Week. C’est magnifique!

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Highlights from yesterday’s shows, including art-meets-fashion at Junya Watanabe, the new It shoes from Acne and Jean Paul Gaultier’s ready-to-wear dénouement.

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There’s never a dull moment at a Junya Watanabe show. His cubist-inspired runway collection for spring may seem a little wacky at first glance, but if you look beyond the fantastical styling pieces, you’ll find cute striped tops, pleated skirts and other closet pleasers.

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