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The Only Looks You Need To See From New York Fashion Week

A lot went down at NYFW, but if you don't have time for them all, we have the only round-up you need.
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Fashion week – it’s a lot to take in. Not only are shows happening one after another, you also have the street style scene to keep up with and the runway beauty trends to take note of. The season gave plenty to look at and cry over (because RIP wallet). There was a lot to talk about behind-the-scenes, too.

Monse and Oscar de la Renta shared the same runway, for instance, something that has never been done before, or at least, in recent memory. Raf Simons revealed his long-awaited collection for Calvin Klein to rousing applause. Self-Portrait and Diane Von Furstenberg stepped into new territories, while Public School and Prabal Gurung made references to the current rocky political climate in America. Michael Kors returned to a sense of cosy familiarity with looks that were unmistakably his. Marc Jacobs chose to have no set and no music this time, shifting all the attention to the clothes.

While we’d love to sit down, sip some tea and absorb every single presentation or show in full detail, not everyone has the luxury of time. For your benefit, we’ve compiled an entire gallery of the best looks from New York Fashion Week all in one place, three looks at a time. Why? Because the best things come in threes! Said…someone.

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