FASHION

The Checklist

Trends we can’t live without.


Stylist: Edward Enninful
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The latest definition of power dressing? Tall boots paired with a sleek skirt. (Alexander Wang, $1,200, alexanderwang.com)

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Forget the mini: Knee-length skirts with a slit up-to-there create the sexiest contemporary silhouettes. (Altuzarra, $995, barneys.com)

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The new cropped-length trousers look especially cool in leather. (Derek Lam, $2,290, Derek Lam, New York, 212.966.1616)

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The perfect staple to freshen a fall wardrobe: a crisp white coat. (Max Mara, $2,290, Max Mara, New York, 212.879.6100)

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Long relegated to Grandma’s delicates drawer, the printed scarf is back—with a vengeance, as evidenced by Céline’s leather version, worn bandit-style à la Bonnie Parker. ($3,900, Céline, New York, 212.535.3703)

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The boxy day bag has been given a sporty one-two punch. (Balenciaga by Nicolas Ghesquière, $1,995, Washington, D.C., 202.333.5343)

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In fashion, comfort often takes a back seat to style—not so with the season’s embellished sweatshirts. (Chloé, $2,150, by special order, Chloé, New York, 212.717.8220)

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The inside of a lady’s purse is the stuff of delicious secrets. Fortunately, the oversize hardware on these Tom Ford numbers is at once sleek distraction and elegant padlock. ($3,630–$7,700, Tom Ford, Beverly Hills, 310.270.9440)

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Blame Olympic fever: We’re feeling the short, kicky cheerleader dress. (Stella McCartney, $3,690, stellamccartney.com)

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Turn heads with a pair of geometric shoulder sweepers. (Ippolita, $1,695, by special order, Saks Fifth Avenue, 877.551.7257)