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Top 11 Looks from New York Fashion Week

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After 8 days of back-to-back shows, our editors have seen a lot of fashion for Fall 2016—from Marc Jacobs' dark twisted fantasy, to some seriously strong newcomers like Sies Marjan. Here, BAZAAR breaks it down for you with the 11 most memorable looks of the latest New York Fashion Week.

Gabriela Hearst

"Gabriela Hearst was my favorite collection of New York Fashion Week, this multi-colored dress is an optimistic take on fall dressing." —Glenda Bailey, Editor in Chief

GABRIELA HEARST

Calvin Klein Collection

"Francisco Costa showed plaid in the freshest way with this sophisticated, sharply-cut skirt suit."

—Nicole Fritton, Fashion Market and Accessories Director

Michael Kors

"Feathered denim & pussybow blouses? Thank you Michael Kors for making me a believer."

—Joyann King, Editor of BAZAAR.com

Proenza Schouler

"Proenza Schouler never fails to deliver on the promise of cool. I love a strong shoulder, lace-up detail and a great trouser—so consider this look a trifecta of success."

—Kerry Pieri, Digital Fashion/Features Director

The Row

"The Row's astrakhan coat is the must-have for next season."

—Sam Broekema, Executive Accessories Editor

THE ROW

Altuzarra

"The endless mix and match possibilities & the hero coat are the obvious reasons for this look being a favorite but I do want to give a special shout out the the accessories at this show, earrings included."

—Megan Reynolds, ShopBAZAAR Merchandising Director

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Marc Jacobs

"The dark twisted energy of the Marc Jacobs show spoke to my inner goth – I just loved every minute of it."

—Amanda Alagem, Senior Accessories Editor

Alexander Wang

—Chrissy Rutherford, Senior Digital Editor

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Sies Marjan

"Sies Marjan's debut was one of the most talked-about collections in New York this season. It was everything that I wish I could wear right now."

—Mallory Schlau, Senior Market Editor

Monse

"Monse had me at their first look. Designers Fernando Garcia and Laura Kim debuted last season to much hype, and their second go around did not disappoint. The deconstructed shirting and loungewear-vibe of not only this outfit, but the rest of the collection too, felt both classic and of-the-moment."

—Emma Ciufo, ShopBAZAAR Senior Editor

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Rodarte


 
"It was hard to narrow down just one look from the Rodarte runway; however, look 33 is the perfect balance of all the elements in the show: mixed prints and major textures." 

—Cassie Anderson, Associate Market Editor

Source: Harper's Bazaar