22 Looks We Loved from New York Fashion Week: Day 4

Opening Ceremony, Prabal Gurung, Sies Marjan, Victoria Beckham and more.
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Opening Ceremony, Prabal Gurung, Sies Marjan, Victoria Beckham and more.
From left to right: J. Crew. Photo: Imaxtree; Public School. Photo: Imaxtree; Sies Marjan. Photo: Imaxtree; Prabal Gurung. Photo: Imaxtree

From left to right: J. Crew. Photo: Imaxtree; Public School. Photo: Imaxtree; Sies Marjan. Photo: Imaxtree; Prabal Gurung. Photo: Imaxtree

It’s New York Fashion Week, which means the Fashionista team is running around town like crazy to bring you the best of what's new from the city's brightest designers. Read on for the looks we loved from the runways, and click here for even more reviews.

Derek Lam

A look from Derek Lam's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: Imaxtree

A look from Derek Lam's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: Imaxtree

I love that this '70s-tinged coat has fur not only at the collar, but also on the pockets and the cuffs. This is something I would keep in my wardrobe for years and years. – Dhani Mau

Diane von Furstenberg

A look from Diane von Furstenberg's fall/winter 2016 presentation. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images

A look from Diane von Furstenberg's fall/winter 2016 presentation. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images

The best kind of DVF wrap dress is a gold-plated one. Bond girl status right here. — Chantal Fernandez

Edun

A look from Edun's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: Imaxtree

A look from Edun's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: Imaxtree

This rainbow, fringed tweed coat is so lively and cozy — it would certainly stand out in the sea of black outerwear that is common during a New York fall or winter. — Alyssa Vingan Klein

Ground Zero

A look from Ground Zero's fall/winter 2016 presentation. Photo: Dan Lecca

A look from Ground Zero's fall/winter 2016 presentation. Photo: Dan Lecca

The hoodie is becoming a staple among this season's Fashion Week collections, and Ground Zero brothers Eri and Philip Chu added their own version to the bunch. Although this may seem like the simplest ensemble from Sunday night's presentation, take a closer look at the outfit's details: a striped turtleneck as a base layer (a familiar street style look this week), the embroidered hoodie's extra-long cuffs and a mismatched, double-button closure on the stone-washed jeans. —Maria Bobila

J.Crew

A look from J.Crew's fall/winter 2016 presentation. Photo: Imaxtree

A look from J.Crew's fall/winter 2016 presentation. Photo: Imaxtree

This suit screams Alessandro Michele, which is probably why I love it — the cut of the blazer especially. — Lauren Indvik

A look from J.Crew's fall/winter 2016 presentation. Photo: Imaxtree

A look from J.Crew's fall/winter 2016 presentation. Photo: Imaxtree

The jungly print on this pajama suit is so good. Kudos to the stylist for pairing it with a leopard coat. — Lauren Indvik

A look from J.Crew's fall/winter 2016 presentation. Photo: J.Crew

A look from J.Crew's fall/winter 2016 presentation. Photo: J.Crew

I've long had a penchant for monochromatic looks — as well as slightly grandpa-esque loafers — and this J.Crew look took it a whole new level. Not only are both the sweater and the trousers in that icy Pantone color ("Serenity," I'm told), but the neck scarf and leopard bag add a certain flair to an otherwise sleek look. — Maura Brannigan

A look from J.Crew's fall/winter 2016 presentation. Photo: J.Crew

A look from J.Crew's fall/winter 2016 presentation. Photo: J.Crew

Because every woman needs a pair of fancy, peacock-printed pajamas. It's just a fact. — Maura Brannigan

Jonathan Simkhai

A look from Jonathan Simkhai's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images

A look from Jonathan Simkhai's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images

My mouth was more or less on the floor during Jonathan Simkhai's full runway show, but this was the look that really stole my heart. The silhouette of the pants is so 2016, while the white lace adds an unexpected femininity to an otherwise rock 'n' roll-style look. — Maura Brannigan

LaQuan Smith

A look from LaQuan Smith's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: Bennett Raglin/Getty Images for SheaMoisture

A look from LaQuan Smith's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: Bennett Raglin/Getty Images for SheaMoisture

Do you see this coat!? It's extra puffy on the lower half, creating a sphere of personal space I really appreciate from outerwear. LaQuan Smith said it's his version of the '90s long puffer, and I am on board. — Chantal Fernandez 

Opening Ceremony

A look from Opening Ceremony's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: Imaxtree

A look from Opening Ceremony's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: Imaxtree

You might need to be Molly Bair to pull off this shiny oil slick trench jacket, but I'm in love with it enough to try anyway. — Chantal Fernandez 

Prabal Gurung

A look from Prabal Gurung's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: Imaxtree

A look from Prabal Gurung's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: Imaxtree

I love the way the white buttons and feathers look together on these dense silk pants. — Chantal Fernandez 

Public School

A look from Public School's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: Imaxtree

A look from Public School's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: Imaxtree

Public School's fall 2016 show, which took a grungy turn this season, was a master-class in layering. I was really drawn to the combination of a cropped braided knit over a fringed, full-sleeved blouse and luxe cargo pants. — Lauren Indvik

A look from Public School's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: Imaxtree

A look from Public School's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: Imaxtree

This is exactly what I wanted to be wearing on Sunday. I love the dramatic funnel-neck on this jacket especially. — Lauren Indvik

Rachel Zoe

A look from Rachel Zoe's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: Imaxtree

A look from Rachel Zoe's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: Imaxtree

I am a sucker for anything leather, and and this three-piece, slouchy suit is a sophisticated update on the leather legging and blazer outfits that are so 2015. It's also the perfect combination of Zoe's inspiration of Old Hollywood icons, like Marlene Dietrich and the '90s supes. — Fawnia Soo Hoo

Sally LaPointe

A look from Sally LaPointe's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: Imaxtree

A look from Sally LaPointe's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: Imaxtree

This is my kind of evening look: A snuggly, black turtleneck sweater layered over a fancy dress, which in this case is made from vinyl, sequins, and ostrich feathers. It looked so beautiful when the light hit it. — Alyssa Vingan Klein

A look from Sally LaPointe's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: Imaxtree

A look from Sally LaPointe's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: Imaxtree

No one does a fur-sleeved sweater like Sally LaPointe — they're among her top sellers for a reason. This white version for fall is divine, and I like how she paired the oversized knit with a sexy, high-slit skirt. — Alyssa Vingan Klein

Sandy Liang

A look from Sandy Liang's fall/winter 2016 presentation. Photo: Anna Webber/Getty Images for O&M

A look from Sandy Liang's fall/winter 2016 presentation. Photo: Anna Webber/Getty Images for O&M

The sleeves on this shirt dress are so delightful. I have always been a big fan of Sandy Liang's outerwear, but her ready-to-wear this season is particularly strong, especially the dresses. — Chantal Fernandez 

Sies Marjan

A look from Sies Marjan's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: Imaxtree

A look from Sies Marjan's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: Imaxtree

My favorite look from buzzy designer Sies Marjan's debut collection was perhaps the simplest. This dress is so easy to wear, but also exudes the modern femininity the collection was all about. — Dhani Mau

Tome

A look from Tome's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: Imaxtree

A look from Tome's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: Imaxtree

Tome designers Ryan Lobo and Ramon Martin choose a muse for each collection; this season, it was Annie Lennox, resulting in some bizarre corsetry and a lot of big, shaggy fur. That's why I was drawn to this white dress. With its refined lines and elegant cutouts around the collarbone, to me it represented the very best of Tome: clean, simple, soft but architectural. — Lauren Indvik 

Tracy Reese

A look from Tracy Reese's fall/winter 2016 presentation. Photo: Imaxtree

A look from Tracy Reese's fall/winter 2016 presentation. Photo: Imaxtree

Tracy Reese changed things up for fall and skipped her usual runway show in favor of a short film paying homage to her home, titled "A Detroit Love Song." She collaborated with local Detroit talent to shoot scenes locally and feature lively flashback scenes celebrating all that's wonderful about the city, so that's pretty cool. But as for my favorite piece, it's this scallop-necked, slightly off-the-shoulder black lace dress that manages to be both bad girl — styled with garters and no lining — and demure at the same time. — Fawnia Soo Hoo

Victoria Beckham

A look from Victoria Beckham's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: Imaxtree

A look from Victoria Beckham's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: Imaxtree

This head-to-toe knit look would be so comfortable, but it looks luxurious and even slightly sexy, in a not-obvious way. — Dhani Mau

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