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Fashion Forward1 of 11
By Zoe Schaeffer
What's next? That's the credo of any fashion insider worth her shooties—which means that, even though spring hasn't yet started, everyone's already buzzing about fall's hottest trends from Fashion Week. To help you stay ahead of the style curve, here's a sneak peek at next season's looks—and how you can start wearing them today.
Cut it Out2 of 11
For his debut collection at Balenciaga, Alexander Wang re-interpreted the backless dress with a banded design that spread into anterior cut-outs. Constructed in a sturdy black crepe, it makes a modern statement for evening.
Slacking Off3 of 11
The disheveled slacker style of the 90s has been updated to a more chic and wearable look. At Phillip Lim, leather, wool and neoprene mingled harmoniously together in looks that were layered (and layered) in all the right ways.
Go Wild4 of 11
Snakeskin is no longer reserved for bags and shoes. At Burberry Prorsum, Christopher Bailey created separates in the extravagant covering. And like an accessory, a luxe skirt can be teamed with anything from cotton to cashmere.
Track Star5 of 11
At Chloe, the track pant was re-imagined in cerulean leather, making it a sporty-chic choice for both day and night. Teamed with a neutral brogue (as shown on the runway) or with a chunky heel, these updated trousers are a far cry from the uniform of the relay race.
Shape Up6 of 11
Angular jackets and ballooned skirts both had a fall presence but it was the cocoon coat at Céline that really drove the message home: Go bold and go big. With a bare leg and a slight heel, designer Phoebe Philo proves structure can be downright sexy.
Man Up7 of 11
Peacoats and tailored suits were paired with miniskirts and thigh-highs at the Rag & Bone show, giving tailored menswear a sexy, feminine edge.
The New Sexy8 of 11
Stella McCartney’s shapeless, strapless wrap and a matching calf-length skirt redefines sexy: It shows just enough skin while looking effortlessly cool.
White Out9 of 11
Isabel Marant proves mixing whites looks just right. Cream, ecru, eggshell and pale dove layered on top of one another add modern texture without ever looking bleached out from head to toe.
Make a Statement10 of 11
At Lanvin, models sailed down the runway with piled-on necklaces that declared "Help," "Hot" and "Cool." Team it with a punchy print (like this ensemble covered in cockroaches, perhaps?) and you’ll get the party’s attention—guaranteed.
Soldier On11 of 11
Army green gets a flirty makeover with fur collars and peplum skirts. Pair the shade with chic heels and leather accessories for a look that's both tough and feminine.
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