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#Trending: Posen's Oscars-Worthy Gowns, Clover Canyon's Prints, & More!

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    New York Fashion Week is in full swing, and we're cataloging all the style, soirees, and stumbles. If it happened, it's here. Check out the daily stuff you want to know, straight from the front row.

    We may be half asleep typing this and our feet may be packed in ice after a week of abusive heels, but, trust us, it was all worth it. The last seven days truly kicked ass. Especially the masterminds behind Proenza Schouler, who quite literally worked it out with a collection that was very much an ode to the new, modern working girl. Plus, their structured jackets, eye-catching shifts, and printed separates walked to a remix of Missy Elliot’s “Work It.”

    But, Proenza wasn't the only brand that crushed it. Zac Posen dreamed up the perfect Oscars contenders, Mary-Kate and Ashley schooled us yet again on how to layer for fall, Stevan Alan debuted the coziest sweater ever, Clover Canyon mixed and matched patterns, and Rodarte glitterized the game. So, as we leave you until the next NYFW, we're going out with a bang — the very best that's #Trending right now is just a click away

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