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Top Celeb Stylist Leslie Fremar Shares Her Favorite New York Fashion Week Looks

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If you’ve ever liked a red carpet look you saw on Reese Witherspoon, Charlize Theron or Julianne Moore (we know you have!), then you’re a fan of celebrity stylist Leslie Fremar. Fremar (who was named the No. 1 stylist in Hollywood by the Hollywood Reporter) has recently added the title of “Style Expert” to her impressive résumé, giving insight on all things fashion — whether on or off the red carpet. So of course we wanted to pick her brain on New York Fashion Week. See which looks she can’t wait to put her clients in, and get some fun dressing tips below!

Michael Kors
This black-and-white full length dress is modest, but still sexy, with beautiful sheer detailing and a flattering cut. The full arm detailing gives coverage to areas that women don’t always like to show off, yet it defines the waist. I was thrilled to see that users who were polled about their favorite styles said they would opt for a flattering fit over trendy chic. This Michael Kors design is timeless and won’t go out of style, which is key in choosing pieces that make a great long term fashion investment.

Hugo Boss
Every woman needs a little black dress in her closet, and this Hugo Boss version is a modern take on the classic style. It’s the perfect cocktail dress to show off arms with this updated halter neckline, and the sequin and sheer detailing show a hint of leg that’s sexy without going overboard. People often ask about that one must-have dress, and every year I say the same thing: “A little black dress, it will always look timeless.”

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The Row
Neutral colors are the easiest to wear. Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen‘s clothing line The Row made a black, cream and gray collection fresh and exciting for fall. This ultra-luxe cashmere turtleneck dress is gorgeous, simple and elegant, three traits my clients always request. Paired with boots, flats or even oxfords this dress would be a versatile statement in any woman’s closet.

Do you agree with Fremar’s picks? Who can you see in the styles? Share your thoughts below!