Looks We Love from NYFW Spring 2016

See the hottest trends this season straight off the catwalk.

Lindsay Peoples Sep, 11, 2015

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Tuesday September 8

Starting off NYFW’s Spring 2016 presentations with Zac Zac Posen’s beachy, seventies inspired collection. When this look came down the runway, we instantly loved it. Posen always knows how to give a simple outfit that extra touch to make it special.

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Tuesday September 8

Estelle opened a Just Cavalli store during the beginning of fashion week, with notable guests like Estelle. She arrived in a printed bomber underneath a easy LBD, a pop of red in her makeup and bag for color.

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Wednesday September 9

Who knew wearing white after Labor Day could be so chic? Tracee Ellis Ross of course. In a retro mini Rachel Comey dress and simple accessories, Ross knows exactly how to dress herself, and looks effortlessly chic when doing so. It’s soft, feminine and modern all at the same time.

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Wednesday September 9

Rhie is one of the few designers that aims to create comfortable, sexy and beautiful clothing for women that they would pull out of their closet no matter what the day would bring. This look featuring a blown-up houndstooth print, is confident and has a complimentary flawy shape. It’s a fun and fresh print to consider.

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Thursday September 10

It’s always a surprise when it comes to Rihanna, so when she showed up at her Rocnation block party, we knew we were in for a treat. Wearing a white velvet gown, bold blue lip and a few pieces of costume jewelry, Rihanna kept is simple and classy.

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Thursday September 10

In true Herve Leger fashion, model Cindy Bruna donned a cream bandage dress down the runway with minimal makeup, and slightly undone hair.

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Friday September 11

Before Pamela Rolland’s show, front row guest Mary J. Blige posed in a sheer body con dress. The intricate pattern of the sequins are almost an ‘optical illusion’, making this dress an easy stunner.

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Friday September 11

At Givenchy’s first NYFW appearance, supermodel Joan Smalls closed the show in a sensational strapless velvet gown and lustrous train.

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Saturday September 12

Nicki Minaj commands the front row in a nude and black fishnet dress at the Alexander Wang show during NYFW.

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Saturday September 12

If you haven’t already noticed, capes are definitely back in style so you should grab on as soon as you can. At the end of Christian Siriano’s show, models like this strutted the runway in vivid jewel tone caped-gowns with head wraps and six in heels. Project Runway Alumni, Siriano, has made it easy for women to have a little high fashion without the high end designer prices. This look is the epitome of black is beautiful.

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Sunday Sept. 13

Models strutted down the runway in sheer and lace numbers, balancing transparency and color at the Tracy Reese Spring 2016 show. Reese's inspiration came from the Black Lives Matter movement and wanted to transfer that sense of being aware and transparent to what is going on around us to the fashion world at NYFW.

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Monday Sept. 14

Sudanese beauty, Grace Bol strutted down the runway at the Zac Posen how in a sheer black sequin asymmetric gown that glided all the way down to the floor. Posen's show was elegant as usual, featuring dramatic evening looks fir for the red carpet.

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Tuesday Sept. 15

Up-and-coming it girl, Aya Jones walked the runway at Oscar de la Renta yesterday afternoon in a ladylike red chiffon gown that hit just below the knees. Aya has been walking at all the major shows during NYFW, and we can't wait to see what's next for her.