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This jacket is so major! Fun and vibrant, it reminds me a bit of a '90s video game.
Minimalist lines dominated the Jil Sander collection this next season. The pale yellow colors from this look are very restful for the eye, too.
This beige color is having a bit of a moment, and I love it paired with the baby blue and light floral patterns in this runway look. Be prepared for a sea of beige next year!
If Jay Gatsby lived in 2015, he would absolutely be wearing this next season. Elegant and easy, with a strong dose of class.
The perfect outfit for an easy summer. I love the baggy fit of the pants, the high waisted silhouette, and the loose shirt, all made in a fun print.
The suits were gorgeous and sexy, in typical Gucci fashion. But it was this more casual look that caught my eye: It made me think of a young and chic Picasso running errands about town.
First of all, I love a short suit! It's the perfect way to stay cool in the warmer months, while still keeping it classy. But I also love the sporty raincoat here. Paired together, it's a great balance between classic tailoring and performance apparel.
This slouchy, breezy look just exudes the kind of simple elegance you want in summertime. I love the perfectly pale color and the drapey cut of the fabric.
A lesson in layering for summer: Calvin Klein Collection was a play on loose and sporty garments. This tank top was one of my favorites, at the same time luxe and sporty.
I would basically wear every single look from Boglioli's latest collection. This look is how I would dress every single day if I could -- I think it's elegant, chic, with a bit of fun. Perfection.
Dolce & Gabbana's matador show was a bold statement, to say the least, but this look caught my eye with its small adjustments in the cut, and the great fit of the jacket and pants.
I like how Armani manages to keep things very classic in terms of shape and style, but always gets a bit of a futuristic or tech element in his collections as well, like how the fabric in this look gives a shine and make it appear different than a regular shirt and pant.
This collection is one of my favorites of the season so far. All the guys looked extremely cool going down the runway. The wider cut of the pant's leg, and a touch of well-selected accessories, like a neck scarf, set this look apart from the pack.
This collection makes me feel like I've retired to Palm Springs... and that's perfectly fine with me. Old Hollywood, here I come!
There is something about this look that's giving me some serious "lost in the desert" vibes, as if we were in a classic '50s Steve McQueen film, but for the modern age. I love it.
The flamingo print that dominated the Marc Jacobs collection was fun, kitschy, and whimsical without seeming childish. A perfect dose of mesured eccentricity to add some flair to any wardrobe!
Neil Barrett's graphic prints were exceptional this season: Greek sculptures for the technological age. I love the simple and clean vibe of this look. The details of the shirt, poking out from underneath, bring a new approach to summer layers.
This coat is to die for. The color. The cut. It's pure heaven.
Always riding the line and pushing the envelope, Versace's latest collection was a feast for the eye. Togas and crochet-ed onesies dominated the runway. I was particularly drawn to this jumpsuit for men, a take at something that began as a menswear item, and has recently become more popular in womenswear. Let's claim it back!
The print and cut of this fabric imake it seem as if there were three different garments, but it's just a typical traditional men's suit. Proof that there are ways to make a classic new and interesting all over again.