NYFW has started! The streets of New York are covered in snow, which is fitting, since we're looking at the clothing that will be on the streets come fall and winter.

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Prabal Gurung did sinuous draping, with liberal usage of white and olive. The lovely bell sleeves are pure 70s, that sort of lady chic of old society.

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Loving this fur from Jason Wu! The lapel treatment is everything. I could see this jacket dressed down over jeans with skyhigh boots.

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White continued to be a powerful aw2013 statement with Helmut Lang's collection of geometrically patterned separates.

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Rebecca Minkoff channels the vibe of DKNY for the 2000's. The cream/white/olive colorway is looking like the biggest trend for next year.

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Suno's collection gives a nod to late 60s dressing, uncomplicated and modern. This is a look that can be flattering at any age.

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More time traveling at Ruffian, who brought back the Carnaby Street looks of swinging London.

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