The Fashion Week Trends That Will Show Up In Fast Fashion

We're not calling ourselves fortune-tellers or anything, but we've gotten pretty damn good at predicting which runway styles will make their way into the mainstream — as in, the Zaras and H&M's of the world — in no time. It's a certain combination of freshness yet accessibility that indicates a trend is going to be ubiquitous.

Just this time last year, we had inklings that puffer coats would blow up (they did!), and knew that every street style star would be sporting this blazer silhouette (it's happening). We spotted that forced off-shoulder look before every blogger started doing it, and even went so far as to say that velour tracksuits would come back (hence the Vetements collab, and now Juicy Couture for Urban Outfitters).

This season, we're at it again. To us, it's like a little game to place our bets on the runway that are sure to catch on, and we want you to join in on the fun. Click on to see the trends we'll be keeping an eye out for come fall, and check back as we update this slideshow from the international fashion weeks, too.
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Photo: MCV.
Androgynous Denim
The gender lines are blurring in the world of denim, with unisex and oversized styles taking center stage. If it feels roomy, chances are you're doing it right.

Calvin Klein
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Photo: Courtesy of Yeezy.
Yeezy
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Tibi
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The Orange Statement
It's hard to believe, but we're predicting your statement coat come fall will likely be orange and fluffy (that is, if the New York runways are any indication).

Dion Lee
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Photo: Courtesy of Diane von Furstenberg.
Diane von Furstenberg
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Sies Marjan
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Photo: Courtesy of Rebecca Taylor.
Rib-High Pants
Just when we thought low-rise pants might have a moment, fashion week held fast to its high rises, and they're higher than ever. These babies can make anyone look like they've got legs for days.

Rebecca Taylor
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3.1 Phillip Lim
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Rosie Assoulin
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Bebe-Bedazzling
Remember those rhinestoned tees and sweatsuits you had from Bebe and Juicy Couture? They're ba-aack. Talk about a #TBT worth scouring your storage unit for.

Phillip Plein
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Vaquera
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Creatures Of The Wind
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Photo: Courtesy of J.Crew.
All The Camo
Camouflage is officially fashion. Whether it's pared back with a little tulle and something sparkly the J.Crew way, or styled full-on utilitarian-style, it's a print ready to be adapted into a variety of looks.

J.Crew
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Alice and Olivia
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Photo: Courtesy of Yeezy.
Yeezy
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Photo: Peter White/WireImage.
The Working Woman Uniform
Is this the fashion industry's ode to Mary Tyler Moore? We can all feel like a boss with a nubby skirt suit that also shows off a healthy bit of leg.

Michael Kors
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Altuzarra
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Tibi
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Photo: Courtesy of The Row.
Wrapped & Belted
Forget everything you know about wearing your coat open, or buttoned normally down the front. It's all about wrapping one side over the other, bathrobe style, and likely topping it off with a belt to hold everything in place.

The Row
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Photo: Courtesy of Diane von Furstenberg.
Diane von Furstenberg
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Proenza Schouler
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Samantha, The American Girl
Is it just us, or were you getting major American Girl-doll vibes from the many plaid sets and white ruffled blouses at New York Fashion Week? It's a Victorian-era throwback that's actually totally wearable.

Tory Burch
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Carolina Herrera
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Monse
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The Half-Dress
We've started seeing versions of this trend on the red carpet, but it looks like it'll be going steady through fall. Look at it as the new iteration of that slip dress trend that's been a thing for years.

Tibi
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Photo: Courtesy of Collina Strada.
Collina Strada
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Self Portrait
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Mustard Yellow
Consider this condiment-colored hue for your next dressed-up occasion. Luckily, it's a shade that complements a variety of skin-tones (don't be scared of yellow!).

Monse
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Photo: Courtesy of Beaufille.
Beaufille
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Photo: Courtesy of Rosie Assoulin.
Rosie Assoulin