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Ciao, Bella! The Best Street Style From MFW

Feb 25 2014 - 7:42am

Like the showgoers in NYC [1] and attendees in London [2], the style crowd in Milan take the business of fashion very seriously — and every show is an opportunity to show off a brilliant flash of color, a great piece of outerwear, or a brand-new styling trick.

We're feeding your street style addiction right here. Scroll through for the best of Milan Fashion Week or jump to see the day you want:

Source: IMAXTREE [9]

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Making espadrilles work for cooler weather with a plaid shawl.

Source: Tim Regas

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Playing print on print like a boss.

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These two were twinning with minis and turtlenecks.

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Now this is what a dressed-up sweatshirt looks like.

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When grunge meets downtown glam.

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Black and white prints with a splash of attention-getting red.

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This mini got a fresh coat of Spring paint.

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Belted up, literally, in black leather.

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When borrowed-from-the-boys loafers meet all-out luxe.

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Chiara Ferragni [10] sported her own team tee.

Source: Tim Regas

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Sarah Rutson did distressed denim with easy polish.

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Feeling a little inspired by retro with a classic leopard print and a sweet pop of pink.

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We love an easy print mix-up.

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Anna Dello Russo suited up in a tinsel-trimmed skirt and jacket.

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Helena Bordon knows how to get our attention.

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The best of both the tomboy and girlie-girl worlds.

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Miroslava Duma's definition of keeping it easy includes statement jewels and chic outerwear.

Source: Gorunway [11]

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It's obvious from this outfit, Helena Bordon has fun with fashion.

Source: Tim Regas [12]

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The sweetest pink meets the sweetest socks and heels.

Source: Tim Regas [13]

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We've got our eye on this look.

Source: Tim Regas [14]

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A skirt like this deserves all the attention.

Source: Tim Regas [15]

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We love this breezy boho moment.

Source: Tim Regas [16]

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Even from the back we have outfit envy.

Source: Tim Regas [17]

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When it comes to statement-making coats, this one wins.

Source: Tim Regas [18]

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Further proof of Anna Dello Russo's street style prowess.

Source: Tim Regas [19]

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This is what we call sleek.

Source: Tim Regas [20]

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The perfect kind of polish.

Source: Tim Regas [21]

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Print on print in perfect measure.

Source: Tim Regas [22]

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This outfit is all lip service.

Source: Tim Regas [23]

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Anna Dello Russo's outfit says "I'm the Super Woman" of fashion.

Source: Tim Regas [24]

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Is there anyone who has more fun at Fashion Week than Giovanna Battaglia?

Source: Tim Regas [25]

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This duo doubled up on cool shades.

Source: Tim Regas [26]

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Buttoned-up on top but all breezy on bottom.

Source: Tim Regas [27]

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A nod to the grunge era.

Source: Tim Regas [28]

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Ulyana Sergeenko is a vision in a floppy hat and serious platforms.

Source: Tim Regas [29]

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We can't get enough of this print.

Source: Tim Regas [30]

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Sarah Rutson got our attention with a slit maxi skirt and moto jacket.

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Eva Chen played it cool in a printed mini and sweatshirt.

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The loveliest coat made for the loveliest look.

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Minimalist-cool.

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She could stop traffic with that suit and sneakers.

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The subtle print made this coat a standout, while the Valentino heels are a fashion-crowd favorite.

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She pared down cheery stripes with tough-girl accents.

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Susie Bubble makes her outfit count with rainbow-colored brights.

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A muted palette doesn't mean muted style.

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Valentina Siragusa does the matchy-matchy thing with high-impact pieces.

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She grounded a frilly top with a full-length coat.

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Miroslava Duma was a vision in burgundy.

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Caroline Issa is a master of tone-on-tone color play.

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Nausheen Shah brought all the statement power from the waist down.

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Miroslava Duma mixed the business vibe with a more provocative top.

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A little eclectic with just the right colors.

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If these jeans could talk.

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This is how you do the modern bohemian.

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Tamu McPherson was decked out with the Fashion Week essentials — an enviable bag, printed pants, and a camera.

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She might have gone understated underneath, but the coat and sunglasses are anything but.

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Our favorite kind of Winter style comes equipped with a gorgeous jacket and a great pair of boots.

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Having fun with fashion starts with a hat and ends with a great pair of heels.

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This matchy-matchy look was made for the streets of Fashion Week.

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Leopard heels to mimic the pattern on her wild-print coat.

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She stayed color coordinated, right down to her shoes and tights.

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Margaret Zhang makes it all about texture and a pair of killer boots.

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Anna Dello Russo is the queen of the road.

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So artfully styled you'd think this look stepped right out of the pages of a magazine.

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Valentina Siragusa perfected the street style strut and the cool-girl uniform in her varsity jacket and heels.

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We're totally stripe happy, thanks to this look.

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An outfit for the sports and the fashion fan.

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Keeping it simple never looked so chic.

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Dressed down but still dressed up with fashion-friendly add-ons.

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Valentina Siragusa's cape is like something out of a fashion fairy tale.

Source: Tim Regas [31]

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She countered black on bottom with a graphic sweater.

Source: Tim Regas [32]

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Fresh from the runway, Joan Smalls toughened up a slip dress with boots and a leather-sleeved jacket.

Source: Tim Regas [33]

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Elisa Nalin showed off her signature boy-meets-girl charm.

Source: Tim Regas [34]

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Eva Chen's outfit of the day was a Marc Jacobs [35] top and a thigh-high mini.

Source: Tim Regas [36]

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She made it ladylike, but added a boyish varsity jacket for good measure.

Source: Tim Regas [37]

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Susie Bubble's style M.O.? Comfort with a dash of whimsy.

Source: Tim Regas [38]

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We just hope she doesn't spill anything on that crisp all-white ensemble.

Source: Tim Regas [39]

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Classics are cool, but they're cooler with layers of fringe.

Source: Tim Regas [40]

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Smart suiting and color-coordinated kicks.

Source: Tim Regas [41]

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Head-to-toe red is one surefire way to get snapped.

Source: Tim Regas [42]

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Black and white and a fresh spin on the classics.

Source: Tim Regas [43]

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Caroline Issa is all business in her coordinating coat and trousers.

Source: Tim Regas [44]

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An artsy jacket puts a unique spin on leather pants.

Source: Tim Regas [45]

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Even when Anna Dello Russo "pares it down" she can't help but bring the drama.

Source: Tim Regas [46]

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Have you ever seen a jacket shine like Chiara Ferragni [47]'s?

Source: Tim Regas [48]

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At Fashion Week, little details make big differences — just check out the fringe on her skirt.

Source: Tim Regas [49]

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Off duty, this model accessorized with ample pattern and color.

Source: Tim Regas [50]

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If you want to make a statement, this kind of texture and a crop top are certainly the way to do it.

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This look isn't just eye-catching; it's kind of a work of art.

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She has all the makings of a high-fashion glamazon.

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The pretty hues and floral print played perfectly in this sweet mix.

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Mixing stripes and colorblocking with ease.

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We're not mad at this plaid.

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J.J. Martin matched her heels to her vest.

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Shades of blue and a pair of socks made this a look to love.

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Stripes with a sophisticated edge, thanks to a cropped trench and posh heels.

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Valentina Siragusa did ladylike with a layer of leather.

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Anna Dello Russo took Moschino [51]'s Fall '14 runway to the street.

Source: Tim Regas [52]

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Showing off a little London pride and a pair of fringed boots.

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She braved the chill in a statement-making crop top and Fendi [53] heels.

Source: Tim Regas [54]

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Carine Roitfeld does posh like nobody's business.

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Hedvig Opshaug stuck to black and white but made no less of a statement.

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Perfect in pastels.

Source: Tim Regas [55]

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We love her approach to sophisticated dressing: a splash of bright red.

Source: Tim Regas [56]

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Ladylike with all the trappings of a true fashion fan.

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She added impact with pops of color.

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It's not controversial, but it's certainly a little dramatic.

Source: Tim Regas [59]

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It's not just the coat or the sweater. It's her shades and clutch we really want.

Source: Tim Regas [60]

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Simple stripes and cool-girl leather.

Source: Tim Regas [61]

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This is what fashion cheerleaders wear.

Source: Tim Regas [62]

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Slip dresses are totally Winter-proof with tights and fur.

Source: Tim Regas [63]

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That's Anna Dello Russo playing for team Moschino [64].

Source: Tim Regas [65]

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Eva Chen was rainbow-bright in a multicolored Tibi [66] outfit.

Source: Tim Regas [67]

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She's not exactly sheepish when it comes to style.

Source: Tim Regas [68]

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Margaret Zhang doesn't do pink the girlie way.

Source: Tim Regas [69]

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Chiara Ferragni [70]'s outfit was like a fashion show unto itself.

Source: Tim Regas [71]

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Nausheen Shah struck a pose in pretty shades of pink.

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Maria Duenas Jacobs did classic stripes with an ultrachic coat, lace-up heels, and a structured clutch in hand.

Source: Tim Regas [72]

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Easy does it with shades of gray and polished pinstripes.

Source: Gorunway [73]

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Sporty with a high-fashion twist.

Source: Tim Regas [74]

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She committed to the '90s feel with overalls, combat boots, and a burgundy lip.

Source: Tim Regas [75]

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Shearling and leather pants say "style setter" — but don't be fooled: check out those sneakers.

Source: Tim Regas [76]

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Leather pants and a lacy top add up to a perfect Fashion Week look.

Source: Tim Regas [77]

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Paging Emmanuelle Alt.

Source: Tim Regas [78]

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Susie Bubble artfully played her striped pants off of her striped Fendi [79] bag.

Source: Tim Regas [80]

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Giovanna Battaglia did red on red, print on print.

Source: Tim Regas [81]

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These two know all white is even more eye-catching with colorful accents.

Source: Tim Regas [82]

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Her coat surely had a hand in this statement-making moment.

Source: Tim Regas [83]

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This can't-miss mix is all about classic checks and stripes.

Source: Tim Regas [84]

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Kate Davidson Hudson matched her exotic dress to her exotic bag.

Source: Tim Regas [85]

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This is how Linda Fargo does black and white — with a seriously luxe topper.

Source: Tim Regas [86]

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We love the camo, but Joan Smalls's mile-long stems stole the show.

Source: Tim Regas [87]

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Retro shades and heels meet a modern, sculptural dress.

Source: Tim Regas [88]

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Is there a cooler way to mix print and texture?

Source: Tim Regas [89]

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Conservative on top, bare legs on bottom.

Source: Tim Regas [90]

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Bold stripes and sharp trousers make a statement without trying too hard.

Source: Tim Regas [91]

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Chiara Ferragni [92] was the Queen of Hearts in her whimsical fur.

Source: Tim Regas [93]

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Anna Dello Russo never shies away from a capital "F" fashion moment.

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J.J. Martin does black and white like a fashion pro.

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The top and skirt are simple enough, but those accessories are extraordinary.

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We can't decide what we love more — her boots or her jacket.

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Eva Chen outfitted leather with a high-impact sweatshirt.

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She didn't commit to just one great piece, she showed off four.

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The street style crowd wears Prada [94].

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Caroline de Maigret gave her all-white top and trousers a burst of high-fashion color.

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A dress that could literally stop traffic.

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Valentina Siragusa outfitted her sweet printed dress with a bold Fendi [95] clutch.

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Anna Dello Russo buttoned up in a Prada [96] coat.

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Girl's girl on top, tomboy on bottom.

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Playing it simple — albeit with standout footwear.

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An all-star head-to-toe print.

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Margaret Zhang put her spin on ladylike with cool-girl black and white.

Source: Tim Regas [97]

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Nothing looks more chic than this kind of simple elegance.

Source: Tim Regas [98]

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This isn't your school-uniform plaid; she finished hers with purple heels.

Source: Tim Regas [99]

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She juxtaposed this retro dress with seriously sexy heels.

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Chiara Ferragni [100] is clearly in the business of fashion with that suit.

Source: Tim Regas [101]

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Who would've thought purple pants paired so well with a rocker-chic leather jacket?

Source: Tim Regas [102]

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She's giving us some vintage vibes — and we're totally into it.

Source: Tim Regas [103]

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Keeping it simple never looked so good.

Source: Tim Regas [104]

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We're all about that coat and those shades!

Source: Tim Regas [105]

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She mastered the cool-girl vibe.

Source: Tim Regas [106]

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She might be dressed down, but that clutch is fancy.

Source: Tim Regas [107]

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Joan Smalls even makes rolled denim and sneakers look runway chic.

Source: Tim Regas [108]

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Giovanna Battaglia knows that a good coat is everything this time of year.

Source: Tim Regas [109]

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What's more chic than white and black done like this?

Source: Tim Regas [110]

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Susie Bubble's outfits always make us smile.

Source: Tim Regas [111]

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Going boho with a tough-girl edge.

Source: Tim Regas [112]

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The gilded details make this coat especially perfect for the Fashion Week crowd.

Source: Tim Regas [113]

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All you need to transform boyfriend jeans from basic to Fashion Week-worthy are a few great accessories.

Source: Tim Regas [114]

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She didn't let the rain stop her style — in fact, those kicks are totally weather appropriate.

Source: Tim Regas [115]

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This showgoer is pretty skilled in the art of skirts over pants.

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Nothing could brighten up the damp streets like this fiery red coat.

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Nausheen Shah clearly knows the value of a few great statement pieces.

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Elisa Nalin juxtaposed a pretty dress with a borrowed-from-the-boys blazer.

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No surprise here — Anna Dello Russo wowed us with a cheeky one-shouldered top.

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Just because it's Winter doesn't mean you can't show off your brights, right?

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For Valentina Siragusa, the crosswalk may as well have been a runway.

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A classic coat is always striking.

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Black and white, with a fashion-forward angle.

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Anya Ziourova channeled Paddington Bear in her bright peacoat.

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For Fashion Week, you're never overdressed, even in a floor-length skirt.

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Pairing a utility-style jumpsuit with a pair of sexy heels.

Source: Tim Regas [116]

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Shala Monroque took cover, but we still got a glimpse of her statement boots.

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One way to brighten up a rainy day? With a pretty pastel sweater and florals on our jeans.

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One part sleek and sexy, one part ladylike.

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When all black is far from basic.

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We love that she added a luxe little jacket to her tomboy pieces.

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J.J. Martin mixed two of our favorite hues, adding a pink coat to a gray skirt and tights.