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Friday, September 13, 2013 Right Now: NYFW Spring 2014 Best Looks

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Alexander Wang

This NYFW had something for everyone: Are you a bodycon girl? Or do you prefer trousers? Either way, the Spring 2014 collections at New York Fashion Week had you in mind. The best part about this season (we think) is the texture overload. Indulge in an elegant silk or strut your stuff in some tight-ass leather, or wear them both at once: juxtaposition is as in as Miley was pre-VMAs. The color palette is equally all over the place (in a good way). Many collections favored greyscale tones to complement their menswear aesthetic, while our favorite color trends were baby pink and bright tangerine orange, which actually looked awesome together. Below we have collected our favorite looks from the designers at NYFW SS14, take a peek and get inspired!

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Adam Selman

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Timo Weiland

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Jeremy Scott

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Osklen

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DKNY

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Rodarte

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Prabal Gurung

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Mara Hoffman

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Assembly

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Philosophy

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Derek Lam

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Oswald Helagson

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Proenza Schouler

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Maki Oh

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Edun

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Rachel Comey

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Marc by Marc Jacobs

(All runway photos from Style.com)

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