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    When planning her spring 2015 collection, the acclaimed designer drew on a time she spent living outside the United States: "The inspiration for each collection is always very personal and spring 2015 was inspired by a time when I lived in Japan and visited the beautiful gardens of Kyoto. It was an amazing experience that had a strong influence on my appreciation for art and design."

    Pamella Roland spring 2015 collection sketch 1

    Photo credit: Pamella Roland

    The natural beauty Roland drew inspiration from definitely translates into the sheer fabrics and soft, feminine colors that dominate the much-anticipated collection. You could say she's keeping things simple and chic, just the way she likes it: "The best [fashion] advice I’ve ever received is to keep it simple… Less is more."

    Except when it comes to her approach to fall fashion, of course. "For fall I always recommend dressing in layers and making sure that each layer is part of the total look," she says. Slightly oversized statement coats also rank at the top of Roland's must-have list for the cooler months.

    The trend is definitely one that works for a huge range of body types, something that's important to Roland as a designer. "As a mother with two daughters I think it’s very important to promote a healthy and positive body image. I believe designing for a wide range of sizes and ages is what has helped grow our business both here in the U.S. and internationally as well," she says.

    Pamella Roland spring 2015 collection sketch 2

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    "Fit is something that is very important to me and we always make sure to design styles that fit a range of body types," she continues. "We are frequently asked for a dress or gown with a sleeve and it’s something we include in each collection."

    Fashion that fits well and looks great on a range of beautiful body types? We can get behind that idea.

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    At the Salute The Runway fashion show this week, 14 beautiful veterans from all branches of the armed services walked the runway in serious style. The event was sponsored by Little Black Dress Wines and Fatigues to Fabulous (F2F), a campaign that emotionally and financially assists America's military women.

    In a week that's filled with consumerism and larger-than-life beauty and fashion looks, it's certainly refreshing to see some everyday heroes getting a glamorous moment in the spotlight. From current to former armed services members, these ladies showed the audience what real beauty is all about in their array of ensembles.

    There were elegant LBD moments.

    Salute the Runway 1

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    Salute the Runway 2

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    Salute the Runway 3

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    And some relaxing pampering going on backstage.

    Salute the Runway 4

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    Salute the Runway 5

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    Of course, there were many inspiring moments.

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    Facebook post from Salute the Runway

    Facebook post from Salute the Runway

    Model Hilary Rhoda even stopped by to give the ladies some modeling pointers.

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    Here are the gorgeous ladies posing backstage with actress Lauren Hutton.

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    And walking down the runway in a variety of stunning ensembles.

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    We're sure to see a lot of shows this week, but one thing's for sure: We're definitely most inspired by this one.

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    Pamella Roland explains her spring collection's inspiration
    Let the style parade begin: Celeb sightings from Day 1 of Fashion Week


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    Must-see outfits from Rebecca Minkoff's spring collection 1

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    This fall's darker prints look like they're sticking around into spring, and if they look as great as this pretty frock, we're definitely OK with that.

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    Must-see outfits from Rebecca Minkoff's spring collection 2

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    Hey Rebecca, any way we could get an advance pair of these insanely adorable pink leather shorts? Please and thank you.

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    Must-see outfits from Rebecca Minkoff's spring collection 3

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    Simple silhouette? Check. Fun pleats? Check. This is basically our dream sundress.

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    Must-see outfits from Rebecca Minkoff's spring collection 4

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    I'm not much of a hat fan, but this oversized style definitely looks chic against this preppy, flirty dress.

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    Must-see outfits from Rebecca Minkoff's spring collection 5

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    You didn't think we'd leave you hanging without a cute Rebecca Minkoff bag moment, did you? Fret not, this studded, fringe version inevitably made it on our must-buy list.

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    Must-see outfits from Rebecca Minkoff's spring collection 6

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    This breezy look has so much potential. Wear it to work, wear it on vacation. Wear it to death, because it's that cool.

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    Must-see outfits from Rebecca Minkoff's spring collection 7

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    Looks like overalls won't be going anywhere anytime soon, if Rebecca Minkoff has anything to say about it.

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    And yet another pretty dress to add to your spring shopping list. This cutie's subtle shade will last you through spring and summer, well into fall.

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    We couldn't resist another bag moment. The neutral hue means you'll be able to pair this bag with just about any color, but its cool fringe makes it anything but basic.

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    Must-see outfits from Rebecca Minkoff's spring collection 10

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    Yes, yes and yes. The shirt, we want. The skirt we must have. And the shoes we adore. Well done, Rebecca.

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    Cassandra Bankson

    NYFW Bloggers: Cassandra Bankson

    Occupation: Model and beauty vlogger

    What are you wearing? Tadashi Shoji dress, Prada bag and Dolce & Gabbana

    Style rule you live by: Don't follow rules. Be yourself.

    Sarah Butler

    NYFW Bloggers: Sarah Butler

    Occupation: Blogger at SarahStylesSeattle

    What are you wearing? Tory Burch blouse, Rebecca Taylor blazer, Alexander Wang heels and YSL bag

    Style rule you live by: Stay sophisticated and have an edge.

    Naty Michele

    NYFW Bloggers: Naty Michele

    Occupation: Fashion blogger for ALoveAffairWithFashion

    What are you wearing? Pants by Misguided, shoes, necklace and bag from ShopPrimadonna and top from Forever 21

    Style rule you live by: Just be yourself. Have fun with trends and don't be afraid to try something new.

    Lynelle Charles

    NYFW Bloggers: Lynelle Charles

    Occupation: Sales associate for Desigual

    What are you wearing? Dress by Armani Exchange, shoes by Guess, bangles from Desigual

    Style rule you live by: Go big or go home!

    Mary Orton

    NYFW Bloggers: Mary Orton

    Occupation: Fashion blogger

    What are you wearing? Milly, Rebecca Minkoff and Chloe

    Style rule you live by: Keep it classic with an edge.

    Elizabeth Minete

    NYFW Bloggers: Elizabeth Minete

    Occupation: Blogger

    What are you wearing? Stella McCartney top and skirt, Etienne Aigner purse, Oliver Peoples sunglasses

    Style rule you live by: Be comfortable but chic.

    Lyn Doe

    NYFW Bloggers: Lyn Doe

    Occupation: Blogger

    What are you wearing? The skirt is from a boutique in New York City and Victoria's Secret

    Style rule you live by: Don't let anyone stop you and break some necks.

    Emily Gemma

    NYFW Bloggers: Emily Gemma

    Occupation: Blogger at TheSweetestThing

    What are you wearing? Piperlime faux leather skirt and an ASOS top

    Style rule you live by: Don't do the ordinary.

    Alicia Quarles

    NYFW Bloggers: Alicia Quarles

    Occupation: E! News correspondent

    What are you wearing? Vince Camuto, Henri Bendel bag and Sergio Rossi shoes

    Style rule you live by: Be comfortable in your clothes. You can have on the most badass outfit, but if you're not comfortable, it shows.

    Gwyn Rahn

    Gwyn Rahn

    Occupation: Marketing at InStyle magazine

    What are you wearing? InStyle for Nine West shoes, Zara skirt, Gap top and French Connection leather jacket and L.K. Bennett bag

    Style rule you live by: Less is more.

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    Why we're obsessed

    We're really digging the way Jaime played with style and texture here. A ladylike dress, some edgy booties and a fashion-forward bag somehow play nicely to combine for one super-chic look.

    Get the look: Jaime King

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    How to style the look

    Once you've found your lacy white dress, this look will basically style itself. For a twist on Jaime's look that's appropriate for early fall, grab some d'Orsay pumps and a neutral bag to add a bit of edge to your sweet dress.

    Get the look: Jaime King

    1. Chelsea Flower Embroidered Dress (bluefly.com, $120)
    2. J. Jill Suede d'Orsay Pumps (J. Jill, $119) 
    3. Zady Medium Zip Pouch Tracey Tanner in Copper Sparkle (zady.com, $50) 
    4. Prima Donna Druzy Drop Hoop Earrings (shopprimadonna.com, $12)
    5. Warhol Sunglasses in Havana Marble (39dollarglasses.com, $59)
    6. Flower Kiss Me Twice Lip and Cheek Chubby in Rosie Posie (Walmart, $10)

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    The news comes on the heels of a very open letter the brand's co-founder Susan Gregg Koger wrote to the fashion industry, urging them to reevaluate the way they portray women.

    A lack of diversity, unhealthy representations of the female shape and excessive retouching were just three critiques Koger had for her industry. But you know what they say, "talk is cheap," so Koger took things one step further and announced the open casting call after she released the letter.

    So far, over 2,000 women have posted their #fashiontruth, and the number is growing by the day. In an age where many retailers just seem totally out of touch with the greater society's version of the truth, Modcloth's efforts to make all women feel beautiful are inspiring. And the brand is definitely no stranger to such initiatives, either. Modcloth recently announced its pledge to be 100 percent honest about their photoshopping practices and also released its findings in the "Truth in Fashion" report.

    The report revealed that a mere 13 percent of women believe that real women are accurately portrayed in the fashion industry. And 68 percent of us are more likely to buy from a company that uses models of different sizes. Enlightening, right?

    As a beauty and fashion editor and writer, I'm always looking for ways to present seasonal trends and collections in a way that invites women of all colors, shapes and styles in, but sadly the fashion industry at large often falls short in its portrayal of "real women."

    Real women have curves, real women have flaws and maybe a bit of cellulite. Real women come in all colors and sizes. And they certainly don't want to feel isolated when they read a magazine or see an ad campaign with a one-size-or-color-fits-all kind of attitude.

    So yeah, I'm absolutely thrilled to see how much Modcloth cares about the way women feel about themselves. If we had more brands like this step out and exhibit the type of bravery Koger and her team do, we just might be able to take this positive body image movement a bit further.

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    Known for his wearable yet polished preppy designs and Americana feel, Hilfiger definitely didn't disappoint today. To start, he wowed us with his patriotic, blinged out stage.

    Tommy Hilfiger's spring 2015 collection 1

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    He also took a bit edgier route this season, opting for a lot of graphic designs, with his signature preppy vibe mixed in.

    Tommy Hilfiger's spring 2015 collection 2

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    Tommy Hilfiger's spring 2015 collection 3

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    Stars were a major theme in many of the pieces for spring.

    Tommy Hilfiger's spring 2015 collection 4

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    Tommy Hilfiger's spring 2015 collection 5

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    So was red, in all its shades.

    Tommy Hilfiger's spring 2015 collection 6

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    Of course, Tommy also mixed in a few of his signature pieces like flirty dresses, cute trenches and striped tops.

    Tommy Hilfiger's spring 2015 collection 8

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    Tommy Hilfiger's spring 2015 collection 9

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    Tommy Hilfiger's spring 2015 collection 10

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    Kendall Jenner even walked the runway for Tommy, clad in a red scalloped bikini top and shorts.

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    Definitely a bit different than what we're used to seeing from Tommy, but exciting all the same!

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    Olivia Palermo

    Olivia Palermo

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    Our go-to trendsetter combined two top fall trends — leather and belted robe designs — in this gorgeous brown and black number she wore to the Diane von Furstenberg show.

    Anna Wintour

    Anna Wintour

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    Looks like the famous editor just doesn't want to let go of her stylish summer fashion. Anna took in the Carolina Herrera show in a floral dress, yellow sweater (slung over her shoulders) and matching sandals.

    La La Anthony

    La La Anthony

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    La La knows a thing or two about fashion. The actress and designer stepped out in classic style in a crisp white pencil skirt, black sheer blouse and black pumps.

    Alexa Chung

    Alexa Chung

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    Alexa struck a preppy note for the Tommy Hilfiger show in a pleated white blouse, maroon shorts and black loafers.

    Taylor Schilling

    Taylor Schilling

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    Orange might be the new black, but this week polka dots are the new black for Taylor Schilling. The actress sat front row at the Thakoon show in a stunning black suit with white polka dots.

    Laverne Cox

    Laverne Cox

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    Taylor's Orange is the New Black co-star, Laverne Cox, made quite the stylish appearance herself at Lincoln Center in a cleavage-baring long sleeve dress and killer heels.

    Uzo Aduba

    Uzo Aduba

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    We're still getting over how great Uzo looked at the VMAs, but she really outdid herself at Fashion Week in a ladylike orange fit and flare dress featuring a black design.

    Candice Swanepoel

    Candice Swanepoel

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    Who says summer style has to end because Labor Day has passed? The Victoria's Secret model shows off her best breezy street style en route to Fashion Week.

    Hannah Simone

    Hannah Simone

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    The New Girl star went for a classic-meets-cool look in a colorblocked, pleated A-line dress and black pumps.

    Jessica Hart

    Jessica Hart

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    Let there be color! The model looked bright and cheery in a hot-pink blouse and multicolored pencil skirt at the Tome show. Office style inspiration, anyone?

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    Kendall Jenner's newest ambition

    Kendall Jenner's newest ambition

    Kendall Jenner has definitely made a name for herself as something other than just another member of the Kardashian clan. The gorgeous 18-year-old has begun to form a really impressive modeling portfolio. In her early days (hilarious, I am talking about a literal teenager and using the phrase "early days" in a sincere way) Kendall made more headway doing gigs that skewed commercial in nature. But all that changed at fashion week in New York this week when Kendall strutted her stuff for Diane Von Furstenberg opposite famous veterans like Naomi Campbell.

    Kendall told an E! news reporter than transitioning from commercial work to jobs that are more high-fashion in nature isn't always easy. While it's good to see that she's being realistic and keeping both feet on the ground, I have no doubt that before long Kendall will be dominating the upper echelons of the fashion world. I mean, she doesn't exactly come from a family of low achievers.

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    1.

    2015 J.Crew collection pieces 1

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    Who says neutrals have to be boring? A khaki coat, gray sweatshirt and white slacks combined to create one magical ensemble here.

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    2015 J.Crew collection pieces 2

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    We want those vibrant blue pants. And that coat. And those sunnies too, come to think of it.

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    2015 J.Crew collection pieces 3

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    Preppy americana at its finest. We adore that coat, especially.

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    Isn't the color of this sundress gorgeous, and so unexpected for spring?

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    2015 J.Crew collection pieces 5

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    Chambray never looked so good. A colorful bag and heels definitely elevate this otherwise toned down look.

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    2015 J.Crew collection pieces 6

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    We know what we'll be wearing to work this spring.

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    2015 J.Crew collection pieces 7

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    This yellow skirt definitely isn't mellow, thanks to a stylish jacket and printed pumps.

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    2015 J.Crew collection pieces 8

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    Looks like shades of green are going to be hot this spring. And after taking in this outfit, we're totally ok with that.

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    We think the brand's creative director, Jenna Lyons, would definitely rock this cute look like a total boss.

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    2015 J.Crew collection pieces 10

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    Office style meets weekend outerwear. We're totally obsessed!

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    All equine comparisons aside, Dascha definitely took a fun risk with her new daring 'do, and it paid off. The Orange is the New Black actress showed off her new gray and purple strands while sitting front row (natch) at Fashion Week, and we couldn't help but stare at it for a hot second.

    Dascha's new style is getting a lot of attention as the star hits all the hottest Fashion Week shows and events. She flaunted it here at the Tracy Reese show.

    Dascha Polanko Hairstyle 1
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    And here at Lincoln Center.

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    The look is definitely a change for the star, who as recently as last month was rocking her brunette locks in rad retro curls at the Emmys.

    Dascha Polanco hairstyle 3

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    She's also experimented with subtle blond highlights in the past.

    Dascha Polanco hairstyle 4

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    There have been sleek and perky ponytail moments in her hair history.

    Dascha Polanco hairstyle 5

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    And beachy wave times.

    Dascha Polanco hairstyle 6

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    Of course, Dascha sometimes likes to wear her hair sleek and straight, too.

    Dascha Polanco hairstyle 7

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    Or in a gorgeous sideswept wavy 'do.

    Dascha Polanco hairstyle 8

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    The best part about Dascha's new style? We get to look forward to a whole crop of fun new styles to come.

    Dascha Polanco hairstyle 9

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    Tory Burch's spring 2015 collection 1

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    There was this printed drop-waist dress, paired expertly with cute oxfords.

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    Tory Burch's spring 2015 collection 2

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    And this very vintage yellow shorts suit. Check out her gold sandals, too. They're pretty amazing.

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    Tory Burch's spring 2015 collection 3

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    Geometric patterns, a major center slit and cool layering made this dress stand out in a major way.

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    Tory Burch's spring 2015 collection 4

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    This fringed dress gave a simple sheath a totally new outlook.

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    We can definitely see ourselves wearing this comfy, approachable look.

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    We're definitely adding this quirky purse to our shopping list. It's very reminiscent of a picnic basket, don't you think?

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    And this dress featured a unique silhouette we're kind of digging.

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    Tory Burch's spring 2015 collection 8

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    Psychedelic prints were also a trend we spotted from Tory's spring line.

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    Every lady needs a classic white blouse. This one just happens to come with a tres unique neckline.

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    Last but certainly not least, this cherry print. It brings images of summer strawberries and pies to mind. Aww, we miss summer already.

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    There's actually an art to finding the perfect piece and we sought out Sara Kozlowski, Assistant Professor of Fashion Design at Parsons The New School for Design, to find out how to decipher a garment tag, what fabrics to look for and what to spend our money on this fall. She's partnering with Marshalls and T.J. Maxx to help shoppers debunk their garment tags.

    The ever-important garment tag

    "There are certain cues to always look for when shopping, so it's important for everyone to be their own personal quality detective and closely examine each item," Kozlowski says. "When it comes to garment tags, my general rule of thumb is if it says 'Made in Italy,' then buy it! European designers have a long legacy of excellent craftsmanship, so just because you don't recognize a brand name doesn't mean it's not high quality, and vice versa."

    That being said, quality fabrics can also dictate the price tag of any garment, so it's important to pay attention to those tags and make sure you're selecting the best fabrics. Kozlowski cites wool, leather and cashmere as three fabrics worth shelling out a bit more cash on.

    Of course, there are sometimes faux fabrics lurking out there, so it's important to monitor those garment tags closely, she says: "My advice is to stick with genuine leather — it's often proudly labeled as such so be sure to check the hangtags, interiors and bottom of shoes for this stamp of quality approval." When shopping for wool, seek out at least 50 percent wool blend and beware of imposters like acrylic. Aim for at least a "60 percent ratio of cotton to synthetics" with cotton pieces if you can't get 100 percent.

    The same goes for leather and cashmere, folks. Make sure your leather feels "supple and buttery versus stiff," features a rich, masculine smell, and feels warm. Kozlowski added, "True cashmere, which will feel soft, breathable and fluffy, should also feel electric — if you rub your hand or a plastic item across the surface, its fibers will charge and may even create static."

    The devil is in the details

    When you're out in the trenches (aka the mall), there are other aspects of a garment you can examine to make sure you're getting quality fashion. "I always look for well-crafted functional signature details, including generously cut pockets or extra buttons and yarn sewn into the inside of the garment, because these extra materials are for wear and repair in order to extend the life of the garment," Kozlowski says.

    Finding pieces that fit well and following the care instructions (i.e., always dry cleaning an item if it says "Dry clean only") can also help you make sure you're scoring great finds (and making them last long so your purchase is worth it).

    The bottom line? Quality matters, and a close eye is a shopper's best friend in the fashion hunt.

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    1. Ribbit, ribbit! We're spying a frog in the shape of a bag here.

    Quirky bags from Kate Spade's spring 2015 collection

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    2. What gal doesn't want a purse shaped like a fish? It even has a little beady eye too. Um, gross? But kind of cute, too.

    Quirky bags from Kate Spade's spring 2015 collection 2

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    3. How could you feel crabby when you have a giant crab purse?

    Quirky bags from Kate Spade's spring 2015 collection 3

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    4. Cuz you're an in-demand kind of gal, of course.

    Quirky bags from Kate Spade's spring 2015 collection 4

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    5. Aww, it's a tiny little flower pot chain strap bag! So adorable.

    Quirky bags from Kate Spade's spring 2015 collection 5

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    6. Slow and steady always wins the race, right Mr. Snail?

    Quirky bags from Kate Spade's spring 2015 collection 6

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    7. More toned down than the rest of the collection, but still totally cheeky.

    Quirky bags from Kate Spade's spring 2015 collection 7

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    8. So ladylike, right? Pardon the pun.

    Quirky bags from Kate Spade's spring 2015 collection 8

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    9. Some ladies have green thumbs, but this spring we'll have a green (watering can) purse. Bring it on, flowers.

    Quirky bags from Kate Spade's spring 2015 collection 9

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    10. We like it, Kate Spade. Every gal needs a statement clutch.

    Quirky bags from Kate Spade's spring 2015 collection 10

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    They're releasing a new line of wild and sexy colors just in time for Halloween and the 40th anniversary of The Rocky Horror Picture Show and we're transfixed. You don't have to be a sweet transvestite to get a kick out of these rockin' shades. One look will have you shivering with antici...pation. The lipstick shades are devilish and the eyeshadow is sure to be your newest favorite obsession.

    MAC: Rocky Horror Picture Show makeup collection

    Eye Shadow Palette (in Riff-Raff) ($44)

    MAC: Rocky Horror Picture Show makeup collection Eye Shadow Palette (in Riff-Raff)

    Oh Rocky!!! — Pinkish white pearl

    Heavy, Black and Pendulous — Pearly gunmetal

    Graphic Style — Dark glittery grey

    Carbon Black — Matte black

    Blackberry — Matte Burgundy

    Crystal — Frosty lavender

    Lipsticks ($18)

    MAC: Rocky Horror Picture Show makeup collection lipstick

    Strange Journey — Deep red

    Oblivion — Burgundy (Amplified)

    Frank-N-Furter — Brownish red

    Sin — Maroon (Permanent)

    Glitter ($23)

    MAC: Rocky Horror Picture Show makeup collection Glitter

    3d Black Black with silver holographic effect (Permanent)

    Gold Sparkling chunky gold (Permanent)

    Pigment ($23)

    MAC: Rocky Horror Picture Show makeup collection Pigment

    It’s Not Easy Having a Good Time Sparkling Burgundy

    Chromagraphic Pencil ($18)

    Black Black Black (Permanent at PRO)
    Basic Red Primary Red (Permanent at PRO)

    Greasepaint Stick ($21)

    MAC: Rocky Horror Picture Show makeup collection Greasepaint Stick

    B Bright yellow blue
    Black Intense black

    Superslick Liquid Eye Liner ($20)

    On the Hunt True black (Permanent)

    Powder Blush ($24)

    Crazed Imagination Muted plum with a hint of pink pearl

    Sculpt and Shape Powder ($27)

    MAC: Rocky Horror Picture Show makeup collection Sculpt and Shape Powder

    Bone Beige/Emphasize Palest cream/tan

    Nail Lacquer ($13)

    MAC: Rocky Horror Picture Show makeup collection Nail Lacquer

    Bad Fairy Red with red multi-changing pearl (Limited edition)
    Formidable Teal green with pink multi-changing pearl (Permanent)

    Lashes ($18)

    MAC: Rocky Horror Picture Show makeup collection Lashes

    7 Lash (Limited Edition Packaging)

    Lip Pencil ($18)

    Vino Intense violet purple (Permanent)

    Of course, these aren't the only products in the line, just our favorites. The full line includes glitter (because why not?), grease paint and much, much more. All of it is in the line and just begs for a night out with your friends, doing the Time Warp all over town.

    These awesome colors won't transport you back to Transsexual Transylvania. You may, however, find yourself in the arms of Brad Major or perhaps Frank. Just grease yourself up and have fun with the creature of the night.

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    If you think about it, Brit has been known for her sexy style and provocative videos since she broke onto the scene with ...Baby One More Time. And she's built a successful empire of bestselling fragrances, so it's definitely not her first foray into the fashion and beauty realm.

    The Intimate Britney Spears collection

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    If you ask us, a sexy lingerie line was always an inevitable project for the singer. And now that the Intimate Britney Spears Collection is here, we're pretty excited to check out the sultry styles. From bras and thongs to comfy-meets-sexy loungewear, Britney has covered all your intimate apparel needs basically.

    The Intimate Britney Spears collection 2

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    But why lingerie, specifically? It's something she's been envisioning for quite some time, it turns out. She told Glamour"I went to Europe [10 years ago] and I went to a store and it was really, really cool. It was a vintage lingerie sleepwear store. Everything in there was very different and very electric and beautiful. Ever since then, it was like 'I want to do that. I want a lingerie line.' It’s something that’s been on my mind for a really long time now, so to be able to put it together and have my dream come true is really amazing."

    The Intimate Britney Spears collection 3

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    Well, hey, Brit, we're happy we can benefit from your dream, because the designs are pretty appealing. The collection, which runs from $17-79, features 15 sexy looks in all different styles, so there's definitely something for everyone.

    Now the question remains: Will you check it out?

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    Sydne Summer

    Fashion Week street style looks: Sydne Summer

    Occupation: Blogger at SydneStyle

    What are you wearing? Tadashi Shoji dress, Lauren Merkin bag, Steve Madden shoes.

    Style rule you live by: Dress for your body, not the trends. No matter what the trends are, you need to be comfortable wearing it.

    Cassandra Skoufalos

    Fashion Week street style looks: Cassandra Skoufalos

    Occupation: Marketing at InStyle magazine

    What are you wearing? Outfit by Club Monaco, Cole Haan shoes.

    Style rule you live by: The more color, the better.

    Xenia Tchoumitcheva

    Fashion Week street style looks: Xenia Tchoumitcheva

    Occupation: Blogger at ChicOverdose

    What are you wearing? Zanotti and Celine.

    Style rule you live by: Wear whatever you feel like in the morning when you wake up.

    Poppy Lissimen

    Fashion Week street style looks: Poppy Lissimen

    Occupation: Designer

    What are you wearing? I bought this shirt in Soho about an hour ago, the pants are Hayley Elsaesser and the bag and sunglasses are my own label.

    Style rule you live by: Wear clashing prints, lots of color and comfort.

    Adriana Gastelum

    Fashion Week street style looks: Adriana Gastelum

    Occupation: Style blogger at FakeLeather

    What are you wearing? Top by Lulu's, skirt from Zara, bag and shoes by Rebecca Minkoff.

    Style rule you live by: Just dress according to your body type.

    Endoema

    Fashion Week street style looks: Endoema

    Occupation: Actress and blogger

    What are you wearing? Dress by Ellery, TopShop shoes and vintage bag.

    Style rule you live by: Be bold.

    Zoe Jurkowski

    Fashion Week street style looks: Zoe Jurkowski

    Occupation: Marketing at Loop88

    What are you wearing? Club Monaco jumpsuit, BCBG shoes.

    Style rule you live by: It's important to be yourself but stay modest and comfortable.

    Kara Jewell

    Fashion Week street style looks: Kara Jewell

    Occupation: Consultant and blogger at Live in Agape

    What are you wearing? H&M top and skirt, J.Crew necklace and Vince Camuto shoes.

    Style rule you live by: You can never be overdressed.

    Meghan Reinert

    Meghan Reinert

    Occupation: Consultant and blogger at Citrus Refreshing Fashion

    What are you wearing? White House Black Market, ASOS heels and Rebecca Minkoff clutch.

    Style rule you live by: I like to mix high and low pieces together. Have those expensive items like bags and shoes, then be versatile with apparel.

    Christine Bibbo Herr

    Christine Bibbo Herr

    Occupation: Fashion stylist, blogger at NYCPretty and spokesperson

    What are you wearing? TopShop dress, Henri Bendel bag, JustFab shoes.

    Style rule you live by: Be comfortable and have fun with fashion.

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    The runway models weren't your typical high fashion models, either. A transgender bride, drag queens, same-sex couples and a few Real Housewives stars strutted their stuff in Betsey's colorful and revealing designs.

    Johnson told ABC News the show was an ode to marriage freedom, calling it "trendy and transgendy." "Pre nup is a part of the whole world of straight brides, gay brides, transgender marriages, everybody getting married. Finally, freedom," she continued.

    As for the clothes themselves? "The clothes are my first shot at all kinds of brides... It's been the most fun to work on this show. A lot of kind of new, more abstract ideas: see-through plastic dresses and dresses made out of scuba fabric and horse hair."

    Fun is definitely one word to describe these creative designs. Check them out for yourself!

    1. There was this elaborate silver gown.

    Betsey Johnson's spring 2015 collection 1

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    2. And we were quite intrigued by the "prenup" necklace she sent out with this look.

    Betsey Johnson's spring 2015 collection 2

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    3. This wedding dress featured a sweetheart neckline and an even sweeter skirt.

    Betsey Johnson's spring 2015 collection 3

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    4. This was quite the take on "something blue."

    Betsey Johnson's spring 2015 collection 4

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    5. The show was definitely a celebration of love and marriage equality for everyone.

    Betsey Johnson's spring 2015 collection 5

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    6. Betsey also proved she can design stunning styles for all genders and sexual orientations.

    Betsey Johnson's spring 2015 collection 6

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    7. That's one sexy flower girl. Love the violet color here. The totally sheer material? It may be more appropriate for the honeymoon!

    Betsey Johnson's spring 2015 collection 6

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    8. Over-the-top nods to past decades also filled the show.

    Betsey Johnson's spring 2015 collection 7

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    9. Was Betsey inspired by Beyoncé? We can totally see her wearing this sheer dress.

    Betsey Johnson's spring 2015 collection 8

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    10. Last but not least, this classy number was the highlight of the show for us.

    Betsey Johnson's spring 2015 collection 10

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    1. This outdoorsy woman also knows how to get all glammed up.

    Ralph Lauren Fashion show 1

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    2. Glam from head to toe! The tough bag and casual belt really helped tone down this bedazzled look.

    Ralph Lauren Fashion show 2

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    3. Casual meets totally not casual. We love the fashion juxtaposition going on in this look.

    Ralph Lauren Fashion show 3

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    4. Of course, tans, khakis and other neutral hues didn't totally reign the runway. We promptly added these hot-pink pants to our shopping list after seeing this look.

    Ralph Lauren Fashion show 4

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    5. Cargo pants got all dressed up thanks to a stunning purple top and brown strappy sandals.

    Ralph Lauren Fashion show 5

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    6. Black ensembles also had a moment on Ralph's runway. And thank God they did, because this look (aside from the coat, maybe) is so wearable.

    Ralph Lauren Fashion show 7

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    7. This black trench dress took on a whole new dimension thanks to gold hardware and brown sandals.

    Ralph Lauren Fashion show 7

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    8. A bright orange jumpsuit definitely stood out from the mostly neutral crowd.

    Ralph Lauren Fashion show 8

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    9. We kind of want to go on a safari after seeing this glam look. That top and bag? To die for.

    Ralph Lauren Fashion show 9

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    10. When different styles and trends come together, the result is pure magic.

    Ralph Lauren Fashion show 10

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    1. Natural makeup

    1. Natural makeup

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    Some of the most gorgeous makeup looks are the most simple. Michael Kors sent his models down the runway with matte skin, minimal eye makeup and neutral lips. The result? Stunning.

    2. Colored extensions

    Colored extensions

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    Dip your toe into the rainbow-colored hair trend with some colorful extensions. Peter Gray, stylist for Moroccanoil, told us his inspiration for the look was the next generation of Park Avenue — sexy, tough hair with a "dirty" texture and loose waves.

    3. Wet hair

    Wet hair

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    Ever wish you could just run out the door with wet hair? Well, you can. Just slick it back strategically and you'll look stylish, not sloppy.

    4. Loose waves

     Loose waves

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    The brains at Tresemme created these no-fuss loose waves for Narciso Rodriguez and we're digging them for the simplicity. Just scrunch wet locks with a salt spray, let dry and you'll be good to go.

    5. Colored French manicure

    Colored French manicure

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    Sick of the classic mani? Switch things up a bit with a cute colored tip instead.

    6. Headscarves

    Headscarves

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    Esther Langham for Beauty.com relied on PHYTO & T3 Tools to create this summer-ready sleek style. We love the headscarves, don't you? Great for covering up difficult hair days.

    7. Dewy skin

    Dewy skin

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    Dewy, glowing skin is on trend all year-round if you ask us. The key? Lots of hydration and a really great highlighter.

    8. Curly ponytails

    Curly ponytails

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    Aveda guest artist Jon Reyman created this approachable wavy ponytail, and we can definitely see ourselves whipping our unruly locks into the style on a windy day.

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