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Designers sure know how to toy with our sartorially inclined hearts — making us wait (not-so) patiently for six months before we can actually wear the styles that just walked the runway. Yes, yes, we know the point of sitting in the front row right now is to preview the trends to come. But sorry, the Proenza Schouler dress, Michael Kors skirt, and Elizabeth and James crop top are just too good to wait until next season to scoop up.
Unfortunately, we're not blessed with the powers to speed up time. So, we'll have to improvise 'til next year. But, that's not hard to do with all the spring '15 trends you can easily adapt into your life right now. Click through to check out our favorite catwalk moments, along with shoppable products to match. And, come back each day for the latest. Go on, werk that runway.
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Photo: Courtesy of Michael Kors.
Michael Kors

Gingham is the new plaid. Enough said.
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Gingham
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Elizabeth and James

Hawaiian florals are still going strong — and they look fresh on boxy crop tops.
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Hawaiian Crop Top
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Hawaiian Crop Top
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Hawaiian Crop Top
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Proenza Schouler

Why wear basic black leather when you can sport the luxe fabric in this just-as-chic color?
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Colored Leather
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Colored Leather

3.1 Phillip Lim Metallic Blue & Black Leather Shift Dress, $1,295, available at SSENSE.
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Photo: Rex/REX USA.
Tory Burch

Give traditionally feminine pieces a raw edge with fringe accents.
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Fringe Accents
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Fringe Accents
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Photo: Courtesy of Nina Westervelt.
Rodarte

Skinny jeans aren't going anywhere after all (in fact, they seem to be getting even tighter). Proof: The black-and-white bottoms at Rodarte, which were paired with oversize silk blouses and barn jackets, and tucked into lace-up boots.
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Super-Skinny Jeans
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Super-Skinny Jeans
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Super-Skinny Jeans
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Marc by Marc Jacobs

Designers Luella Bartley and Katie Hillier revisited the brand's rave-culture roots, adding new-wave polka dots to bandeau tops, cropped jackets, and skirts — and giving the feminine graphic some bad-girl edge.
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New-Wave Polka Dots
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New-Wave Polka Dots
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Photo: Courtesy of Karen Walker.
Karen Walker

Overalls are getting the fancy treatment with sophisticated details like wide-legged bottoms and tie accents.
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Fancy Overalls
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Fancy Overalls
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Fancy Overalls
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Photo: MCV/Firstview.
Tommy Hilfiger

Stars made an appearance on the spring/summer '14 runways — and, the shining graphic is back, emblazoned onto rad pullovers.
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Star Sweater

PS By Paul Smith Jumper, $273.66, available at Flannels.
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Star Sweater
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Photo: MCV/Firstview.
3.1 Phillip Lim

The robe you live in at home has been reinterpreted as sleek outerwear.
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Robe Jackets
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Robe Jackets
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Robe Jackets
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Photo: Courtesy of DKNY.
DKNY

Ditch your basic black bomber, and shine in metallic this season.
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Metallic Bomber
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Metallic Bomber
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Metallic Bomber
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Photo: MCV/Firstview.
Public School

A geometric print makes a standard silhouette feel special.
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Geometric Pullover
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Geometric Pullover
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Photo: Courtesy of Nina Westervelt.
Alexander Wang

High-concept sneakers aren't going anywhere, but instead of showcasing dunks on feet, Wang re-interpreted kicks in the form of dresses and tops, with an ode to Nike's Flyknits and Adidas' Sam Smiths.
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Sneaker-Like Dress
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Sneaker-Like Dress
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Sneaker-Like Dress
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Photo: Courtesy of Erin Yamagata.
Tibi

Traditional outerwear silhouettes get a dose of Japanese influence with kimono-like details, including obi belts.
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Kimono Coats
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Kimono Coats
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Kimono Coats
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Photo: Courtesy of Nina Westervelt.
Prabal Gurung

The matching set isn't going anywhere next season, it's just getting fancier with luxe textures and interesting cuts.
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Fancy Matching Set
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Photo: Courtesy of Nina Westervelt.
Jason Wu

Cinch in everything from a waistcoat to a gown with a sleek skinny belt to create that hourglass silhouette. (Oh, and hey Karlie!)
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Skinny Belt
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Skinny Belt
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Skinny Belt
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Photo: MCV Photo.
Tanya Taylor

Orange hit the runways strong last spring. And, the fiery hue is at it again for SS15 in even bolder shades.
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Bright Orange
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Bright Orange
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Photo: Courtesy of Nina Westervelt.
Creatures Of The Wind

Sometimes, it's about the little things: those extra details that just make an outfit. And, in this specific case, we're talking about built-in, belted ties — the simplest styling trick to elevate a look without even doing anything.
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Built-In Ties
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Built-In Ties
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Built-In Ties
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Photo: Courtesy of Erin Yamagata.
kate spade new york

Give your boring black clutch a break and opt for a novelty find instead.
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Novelty Clutches
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Novelty Clutches
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Novelty Clutches
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Photo: MCV Photo.
Coach

A faux-fur coat in a whimsical pastel hue topped over anything is how you do glam in a fresh, cool way.
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Pastel Faux-Fur Coats
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Pastel Faux-Fur Coats
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Pastel Faux-Fur Coats
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PHOTO: MCV/FIRSTVIEW.
Tia Cibani

Classic silhouettes like vests and shifts get the dip-dye treatment for SS15.
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Dip-Dye Treatment
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Dip-Dye Treatment
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Dip-Dye Treatment
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Photo: Courtesy of Yamagata.
Honor

Pops of lace detail give traditional pieces an extra layer of depth and interest.
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Lace Details
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Lace Details
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Lace Details
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