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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

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

Punch up your wardrobe with a hot fall hue: cobalt. like temperley london, we paired a vibrant, waist-accentuating dress with a black jacket and accessories, including cool vintage leather gloves

From the Charleston Gospel Choir to the Rock the Runway Competition, Charleston Fashion Week’s fourth night brought down the house

Caption: Fresh off walking Fashion Weeks in Milan, London, and Paris, last year’s Rock the Runway Model Competition winner Samuel Roberts returned home to help present this year’s winners Makenna Reeder and James Hong with CFW model coach Michelle Wood

Photograph by Ruta Elvikyte

Mint green plus lemon yellow equals a deliciously color-blocked springtime look. like Dvf, we grounded the ensemble with metallic accessories and neutral-hued peep-toes

Loving the red trend, we took a cue from gabriele colangelo, grounding a cardinal-colored ensemble with chocolate brown and a pop of white. P.S. it’s super chic to wear a belt over a coat

Love the Matchy Menswear-Inspired look seen on the catwalk? Make it everyday wearable, mixing tweeds big and small and playing up pops of red

black and white is hot this spring—to modernize the timeless pairing, we followed marc jacobs’ lead, pairing patterns for a fetching day-to-night look

Punchy florals popped up all over spring catwalks. if you don’t want to match them like tanya taylor did, why not mix them? Orange accents tie this bold look together



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