Our 10 Favorite Collections from New York Fashion Week, Fall 2013

We've wrapped another New York fashion week, and as usual, we had a really tough time choosing our 10 favorite collections. After much analysis, though, we've anointed them, in no particular order. Drum roll, please...
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We've wrapped another New York fashion week, and as usual, we had a really tough time choosing our 10 favorite collections. After much analysis, though, we've anointed them, in no particular order.

Drum roll, please...

The Row: The Olsen twins proved they truly are the CFDA designers of the year with this elegant and restrained fall collection.

Calvin Klein: Francisco Costa's take on military will have us all standing up straighter.

Proenza Schouler:

Proenza Schouler's downtown girl grows up a bit, swapping out her vibrant prints for simple couture details.

Marc Jacobs:

Marc Jacobs blows our minds as usual with his glam pants-optional sleep-over party.

Narciso Rodriguez:

Narciso Rodriguez continues his winning streak with another simple yet elegant collection.

Altuzarra:

Joseph Altuzarra's collection was dark, sexy, and loaded with leather and fur. Basically it's Carine Roitfeld's dream wardrobe.

Derek Lam:

Derek Lam's fall collection was the perfect blend of sportswear and minimalism.

Alexander Wang:

Alexander Wang's girls came out fighting, sporting fur boxing gloves and badass boxy leather outerwear. Watch out, Balenciaga.

Prabal Gurung:

Prabal Gurung put a feminine twist on military for fall.

3.1 Phillip Lim:

Phillip Lim gave us biker chic for the street style set.