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Female’s Top 10 Looks From Fall Winter 2015 Fashion Week - So Far

Joseph Altuzarra’s V-neck dress with a collared lace insert is a more demure yet editorial (read: chicer) take on the clingy maxi dresses women here love for parties. Calvin Klein Collection
No one here cares anymore about how hot and sticky leather can get (just look at what all the cool girls are clad in on a Friday night), which explains why this grommet-studded number checks all the right boxes: short, ’60s fun, just the right amount of edge. Donna Karan
See-through, shiny but still elegant, this is the sort of gown that would make magazine covers and the red carpet. Jason Wu
An office-appropriate dress with the movement, comfort and modernity of a T-shirt dress JW Anderson
The British wunderkind’s off-kilter Blitz Kids-inspired collection is the season’s most exciting yet, but pull it apart and it’s full of great wardrobe additions, like this belted leather wrap dress. Michael Kors
You can always trust this lifestyle kingpin for luxurious, utterly desirable essentials. This time it’s his just-right knits, ’70s smart midi skirts, and double monk straps – all of which can be easily pulled off here. Simone Rocha
So she’s doing her same modern-romantic aesthetic, but not enough folks here are catching onto it. How to get started: Invest in one of her gossamer light dresses, like this tartan-trimmed midi. Tibi
This underrated New York label makes great transseasonal separates – founder/designer Amy Smilovic used to live in Hong Kong. It’s also getting better every season. This tone-on-tone knit set is the new lounge suit. Topshop Unique
Expect all the It girls to go nuts over this feathered leather mini dress. 1205
Started in 2010 but gaining in prominence only recently, this British label is one to know for making effortless, modern clothes ala Celine without looking like a Celine copycat. This gauzy white top/black maxi skirt combo has all the makings of a day-to-night uniform.