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From floor-length sequins to bolero jackets, our top 15 runway trends from New York Fashion Week. By Christene Barberich & Piera Gelardi

For a fashion season everyone from buyers and bloggers to the banks have been lamenting, things didn't seem nearly so grim this week. At least from our Fashion Week perch. In fact, we had to remind ourselves a few times it was the fall/winter season, what with all the warm-weather-perfect chiffons, winter whites, summer yellows and pale pinks, and virtually non-existent outerwear.
Well, no biggie. We're happy to buck up and wear our favorite Acne and Karen Walker coats from last season just to spend a little extra next fall on some of our favorite looks from New York Fashion Week—a perfect little red dress that turned up not once but six times and counting, dreamy shades of dusty pink and putty (over opaque tights, très chic), and convertible jackets that smartly switch from cropped to top-coat. Though the editing was tough, we've narrowed down our list to 15 looks that took the season. All we can say is, start saving your pennies now.
3. In the Cut—Ahh the cut-outs. Yes, they're still around, and no we are not declaring this a new trend, but just another trend that's continuing to pique our curiosity. Preen, Alex Wang, and Vena Cava…love it. Above, from left: Alexander Wang, Preen, Vena Cava, Ohne Titel, photos via