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Lacoste Fall 2015

The Lacoste Fall 2015 collection was full of chic tennis separates. See our favorite look here.


A chic tennis dress and coordinating gray jacket is the epitome of off-the-court chic.

The Best of New York Fashion Week Fall 2015

Coach Fall 2015 “Coach might want to consider investing in a sheep farm—for Fall 2015 designer Stuart Vevers turned out a so many great shearling coats, vests, and jackets (most of them paired with kicky skirts, motorcycle boots, and jaunty bags emblazoned with words like “Wanted” and “Lucky”) it was hard to pick a favorite, but this one is definitely in the top three.” – Alix Browne

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Rachel Comey Fall 2015 “By now Rachel Comey’s fashion week dinner and runway show is practically an institution, but the designer continues to keep the event lively with the mix of guests (Monica Lewinsky rubbed shoulders with Cindy Sherman), choice of entertainment (Madame Hiver—aka Tracee Ross—delivered a vagina-filled monologue between courses), and, not least, her fab clothes, like this look topped off with the perfect navy car coat.” – Alix Browne

Photo by Gus Powell, courtesy of Rachel Comey.

Creatures of the Wind Fall 2015 “This scout-inspired cape look will be perfect for those transitional fall days.” – Caroline Grosso

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Trademark Fall 2015 “With a cropped flare jean and a great camel coat, Trademark captured just a bit of that ‘70s vibe while still keeping things modern for Fall 2015.” – Caroline Grosso

Photo by Alessio Boni, courtesy of Trademark.

Kanye West x Adidas Originals Yeezy Season 1 “Between the high-wattage front-row (Rihanna, P-Diddy, Drake, and Jay-Z, just for starters), the Vanessa Beecroft performance, the deafening sound of Kanye’s new track “Wolves,” and a crying North West (whom Beyoncé tried to comfort, to no avail, with a lullaby) there was a lot to take in at Yeezy’s debut of his Season 1 collaboration with Adidas Originals—and that was before even checking out the clothes: stripped-down, gym-to-G4 basics that mashed references from Raf Simons to vintage Margiela.” – Karin Nelson

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Joie Fall 2015 “Layered nudes and suede accents conjure the swinging Sixties.” – Kat Herriman

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Protagonist Fall 2015 “This season marks the brand’s NYFW debut, and Protagonist delivered perfect wardrobe staples, including this buttery brown leather jacket with a clean one-button closure.” – Caroline Grosso

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Tome Fall 2015 “This look is a study in contrast—the tough patent trench plays off the soft lace pants.” – Caroline Grosso

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Opening Ceremony Fall 2015 “Spike Jonze’s early photos of skateboarders and a baby-faced Sofia Coppola were the inspiration for Opening Ceremony’s ’90s-inflected collection—‘betcha can guess who the sponsor of the show was.” – Karin Nelson

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Rosie Assoulin Fall 2015 “Rosie Assoulin takes the dramatic shape and volume she’s known for to the next level in this bold red crop top and ballgown-style skirt.” – Sam Milner

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Adam Lippes Fall 2015 “Inspired by the work of Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Adam Lippes went out of his comfort zone this season and did a print—a moody botanical by Brooklyn florists Putnam & Putnam—used to great effect on this pantsuit.” – Karin Nelson

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Victoria Beckham Fall 2015 “This cozy knit and spiraled skirt are guaranteed investment pieces for the next winter’s certainly chilly temperatures.” – Rickie de Sole

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Wes Gordon Fall 2015 “Boy wonder Wes Gordon takes gives ‘90s grunge an uptown twist, pairing a Swarovski-beaded sweater dress with a flat motorcycle boot.” – Rickie de Sole

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Dennis Basso Fall 2015 “Astrakhan and fox, tied up at the waist: the perfect fur for a blustery winter day.” – Mia Adorante

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Zero + Maria Cornejo Fall 2015 “When Maria Cornejo wrote of the luxury of being a true independent in her program notes, she may have been referring to the collection’s apparent muse, Bjork—and this look would certainly play well in Iceland.” – Alix Browne

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Tommy Hilfiger Fall 2015 “For his 30th Anniversary show, Tommy Hilfiger went back to his roots of classic Americana showcasing collegiate looks, such as this playful plaid suit modeled by Harleth Kuusik, and kitschy football inspired motifs.” – Sam Milner

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Honor Fall 2015. “This dress is fit for a fairytale princess headed into the woods for an autumnal tea party with Alice in Wonderland’s eccentric cohorts.” – Vanessa Lawrence

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Donna Karan Fall 2015 “Donna Karan‘s inspiration never strays far from New York; this gold topcoat glimmered like the lights of Broadway on slick pavement.” – Karin Nelson

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Ryan Roche Fall 2015 “This oversized sweater dress and matching camel coat is the ultimate cozy fall look.” – Caroline Grosso

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Ohne Titel Fall 2015 “Ohne Titel took lurex to the next level in their signature silhouettes.” – Caroline Grosso

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Alexander Wang Fall 2015 “This updated fisherman sweater with its metal hardware stood out in an almost all-black collection—and is sure to be the hot buy of the Fall 2015 season. ” – Sam Milner

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Public School Fall 2015. “Public School’s duvet comforter of a poncho was made for frigid Sunday mornings.” – Karin Nelson

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Rag & Bone Fall 2015Rag & Bone’s David Neville and Marcus Wainwright incorporated references to the ‘90s in several ways—layered lace slips, bright colors, and hip hop-inspired puffy jackets—but found the most success when adding these elements subtly to their classic men’s wear-inspired silhouettes.” – Sarah Leon

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Thakoon Fall 2015. “The addition of a patchwork ombré wool scarf takes this floral chiffon, long sleeve dress into cold weather territory.” – Nora Milch

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Tibi Fall 2015 “The monochromatic look of this navy sweater and cropped trousers creates a slim line, which balances the bulk—and coziness—of the voluminous faux fur coat and fuzzy footwear.” – Sarah Leon

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Eckhaus Latta Fall 2015 “Designed by two RISD grads, Eckhaus Latta is becoming known for its odd, art-house approach to fashion, but the brand is at its best when it infuses a bit of normality into the clothes.” – Karin Nelson

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Prabal Gurung Fall 2015Prabal Gurung dedicated his Fall 2015 collection to the heritage of Upstate New York—hence the Native American-inspired patterns on this luxuriously textured fur coat.” – Sarah Leon

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Altuzarra Fall 2015. “This velvet and lace dress—one of a series that closed the show—didn’t even need Joseph Altuzarra’s signature thigh-high slit to seduce the crowds.” – Karin Nelson

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Giulietta Fall 2015 “This lady loves to buck convention, mixing the glamour of 1930s Italy with the ease of a 1970s silhouette.” – Vanessa Lawrence

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Isa Arfen Fall 2015 “The ‘70s and ‘90s came together in Isa Arfen’s Fall collection, where thick, rust colored corduroy trousers were paired with a long black vinyl coat.” – Sam Milner

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