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Designers ventured into the jungle this season, presenting safari-inspired looks in neutral hues and utilitarian cuts that prove practical with a fashionable twist

Athletic influences—from reinterpreted polo shirts to fabrics inspired by performance-wear—scored big this spring. Try the look with this crisp, comfortable take on tennis whites

Stripes went wild this spring, mixing and matching into looks like this curve-enhancing altuzarra ensemble. check out our rendition—The pattern play hides flaws, while the skirt’s slit elongates the leg for a dishy day-to-night look

’70s silhouettes are back on the catwalks, this time with a sensuous, elegant vibe. Try the trend—flattering for all ages—with our take on a colorful Pucci ensemble

Start with a statement blue sports coat (or a trench like Ermanno Scervino’s), then add layers in bold shades of the hue, including cropped trousers and a pocket square

Faux Leather accents on this top and skirt pair with a fiery color palette—plus a masculine fedora and military boots—to create a feminine, but ready-for-anything ensemble

Taken by Etro’s ethnically flavored mix of rich textiles, we paired a fur vest with a cashmere sweater and cropped trousers, tying it all together with a colorful, handmade silk scarf

A confidant mix of neutral colors and sumptuous textures (if only you could feel the buttery leather of the skirt, the soft mink of the scarf) give this look big-city sophistication

Pioneer the season’s Western wear trend with worn denim, long layers, and of course, a wide-brimmed hat. We kicked the look up a notch with cowboy booties

Throwing a pink sweater over a silver skirt, milly proves that metallics can layer with day wear. For our version, we chose a dress with a bit less luster and ditched the gloves

Fashion’s getting groovy again this fall. Marc Jacobs took a minimalist approach that we translated with flared pants, a locally dyed head scarf, and a palette of neutrals and palest pastels

A dress with a bold pattern, fitted bodice, and flattering circle skirt: that’s what Alberta Ferretti’s runway ensemble had us hunting for. it looks effortless with neutral accessories and orange flats

You could breeze around all summer in an airy, multi- colored maxi skirt, whether you bring it down to earth with a cotton tank like we did or pair it with a spicy crop top

All black for spring? When it’s as sheer and breezy as this roberto cavalli-inspired ensemble—headlined by a skirt swinging with full-length fringe—why not?

Tory Burch knows how to go Glam in a perfectly understated way. Mimic the designer’s chic look by pairing Metallic separates with colorful accessories and shimmery penny loafers

Blooms have muscled their way into menswear, with designers like paul & joe showing the pattern’s strength. For a subtle take, we combined floral accents with colored denim  

Milly’s catwalk showed a sophisticated way to rock one of the season’s hottest textiles: in a monochromatic mingling of textures, with a metallic bag for contrasting pop

Head-to-toe winter white brightened the season’s runways with a minimalist purity that translates well to holy city streets. the key: mixing shades of the color in a way that looks intentional

Leave it to Oscar de la Renta to show us glitzy embellishments worn right. to follow suit, we tied together sparkly separates with a dramatic necklace, plus the most glam pink gloves 



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