The '80s are still in full swing for spring, but acid wash denim is the news here, as seen at the Isabel Marant show.
Buy the trend now: Rag & Bone jeans, $119, farfetch.com.
The craze for animal spots and stripes is insatiable, and Balenciaga offered another great reason to buy into this trend for spring.
Buy the trend now: Michael Michael Kors coat, $326, farfetch.com.
Tie Dye is officially all the rage for Spring (we saw a ton of it during resort shows, too), and a favorite was this Paco Rabanne purple tie dye tee.
Buy the trend now: Koloa Surf, $14, amazon.com.
Florals are certainly not new for spring, but next season it is all about retro floral prints, as seen at the Dries Van Noten show.
Buy the trend now: Kenzo dress, $1,020, farfetch.com.
For spring, it is all about the top handle bag, like this new style debuted at the Choé show.
Buy the trend now: Edie Parker bag, $1,395, bergdorfgoodman.com.
Much of the fashion mood for spring is bohemian and nomadic, like this patchwork Loewe dress, featuring paisleys.
Buy the trend now: 3.1 Phillip Lim paisley skirt, $1,076, farfetch.com.
Though we have seen feathers trending for a few seasons, there is no stopping its momentum, especially at the spring Valentino show.
Buy the trend now: 16Arlington top, $476, farfetch.com.
Shorts are the new skirt for spring, and we loved a safari style look with cargo pockets, like this version at Hermès.
Buy the trend now: Chloé shorts, $895, farfetch.com.
Indulge in your party girl side with a set of crystal dangling earrings, as seen at the Christopher Kane show.
Buy the trend now: Alessandra Rich earrings, $395, modaoperandi.com.
Channel the spring Gucci collection with a pair of shield sunglasses, which will protect against winter's elements as well as spring sunshine.
Buy the trend now: Dior sunglasses, $440, farfetch.com.