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The designer sent out a lively show filled with crisp separates and a few killer evening gowns to close out Fashion Week.
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Francisco Costa continued to turn out looks that combine ethereal transparency and hard-edged tailoring for a completely modern style.
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The designer became the season’s comeback kid, showing a collection packed with vibrant all-American sportswear just months after losing his backing.
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The design team cemented their status as the reigning kings of downtown cool with a neon collection of dresses made for It girls.
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No one does classic American chic like Ralph Lauren, who put equal focus on strong denim looks and flirty frocks.
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Georgina Chapman created the ultimate red carpet confections of tulle, feathers and lavish embroidery in a restrained palette of black, white, pinks and purples.
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While the young designer’s prints were a standout as always, bold neon green pieces – like this sheath – stole the show.
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Mixing patterns is one of spring’s major trends, and Thakoon did it better than most with his joyful dresses.
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MARC BY MARC JACOBS
The designer took his secondary line to a bright and patterned place, turning out a youthful collection that would set the Gossip Girl costumer’s heart a-fluttering.
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But for his signature collection, the designer turned out an avant-garde mix of geisha and ballerina with more than a hint of Japanese influence.
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OSCAR DE LA RENTA
Sophistication and glamour are always buzzwords for the suave designer’s line, and this season of chic sheaths and ethereal evening gowns is no exception.
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Is it time for the uptown ladies to get a little downtown edge? Kors sliced up his pastel sheaths and cardigans, adding clear insets and bold shoulders to his normal elegant fare.
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The design duo turned out a collection of standout red carpet looks, with ornate beading on key gowns.
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A little bit of pink and purple snuck into Rodriguez’s austere black-and-white palette for spring, along with billowing chiffon and his signature sharp tailoring.
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The Mulleavy sisters stuck to their style guns, creating a collection of patchwork dresses that combined both tie-dyed tulle and tribal tattoos.
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The Tracy Reese girl is having an upbeat spring judging from the designer’s flirty frocks in bright patterns.
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The busy designer – this was his third show of the week! – filled his signature line with a palette of neutrals and loose silhouettes.
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The fun-loving designer took her party uptown to the Plaza Hotel, where her girly-girls showed off frills, florals and feathers.
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The designer took a break from her usual sweet concoctions for a hard-edged show filled with strategic cut-outs and strong shoulders.
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Never one to shy away from a bold statement tailor-made for the red carpet, the designer sent out a Technicolor fantasia for spring with plenty of canary yellow, bubblegum pink and deep purple.
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The designer sent out a collection perfect for red carpet turns and ladies who lunch in a suprisingly autumnal palette of oranges and rusts – with this standout white dress in the mix.
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Picking up on the nude trend for spring, the designer sent out sexy jersey dresses alongside ethereal chiffons and structured suiting – something to take her strong woman from day to night to the weekend.
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Ombré in tiers and floor-length patterned gowns amped up the drama in the young designer’s show.
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Known for her soft and feminine styles, the designer did not disappoint with her collection filled with frills, patterns and plenty of dresses.
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The iconic sportswear brand presented an upbeat show influenced by tennis whites and ending with a sunny parade of all-yellow.
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Donna Karan filled her secondary collection with fun floral prints, tailored shorts suits and stand-out accessories.
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The young designer showed great maturity for Spring 2010, expanding his line into chic cocktail dress and separates in nude all the way into dramatic printed evening gowns.
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Max Azria continued evolving the celeb-favorite line’s signature bandage dresses with texture and color illusions.
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DIANE VON FURSTENBERG
The designer took her cool city girls on a safari DVF-style, resulting in riotous pattern mixes.
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The designer delivered sweetly sophisticated day looks and drop-dead gorgeous gowns for nighttime.
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In a joyous collection of color and pattern, a simply stunning black-and-white frock stood out among the young designer’s winners.
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Hordes of fashionistas may have flocked to Wang’s legendarily cool after-party, but the fun started at his show, filled with hipster-chic, neutral separates.
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Catapulted to fame this year by inaugural gown, the young designer continues his winning streak with a ladylike collection filled with bright primary colors that we can picture perfectly on the First Lady.
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TWINKLE BY WENLAN
Charming and wearable encapsulate this young and hip collection filled with black and white ensembles which were set off by vermillion pouts on the models.
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Skipping the runway for an intimate presentation at Christie’s in Rockefeller Center, the star-favorite designer delivered a collection that balanced her famous red carpet gowns with sharply tailored daywear that recalls a distinct ’40s feel.
See all the looks from the Monique Lhuillier Spring 2010 show at InStyle.com.
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Max Azria showed to a star-studded front row, including Amanda Bynes and Solange Knowles. There’s plenty of sexy, starlet-ready fashion in this contemporary collection, filled with bold prints, mesh insets and second-skin silhouettes.
See all the looks from the BCBG Spring 2010 show at InStyle.com.
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Loved by stars like , this ultra-cool label took a neutral approach to spring, filling their collection with shades of beige and black – and, of course, their signature prints.
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unveiled her Spring 2010 collection in a presentation that showcased the line’s SoCal punk aesthetic, as well as the brand’s successful accessories range.
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handled her first runway show like a pro, sending a collection of feminine and flirty dresses perfect for nights out in The City down the Bryant Park catwalk.
Watch Whitney talk about her inspiration for the collection here.