13 Looks We Loved from New York Fashion Week: Day 5

3.1 Phillip Lim, Carolina Herrera, The Row and more.
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From left to right: Maiyet. Photo: Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images; Carolina Herrera. Photo: JP Yim/Getty Images; The Row. Photo: The Row; Rosie Assoulin. Photo: Rosie Assoulin

From left to right: Maiyet. Photo: Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images; Carolina Herrera. Photo: JP Yim/Getty Images; The Row. Photo: The Row; Rosie Assoulin. Photo: Rosie Assoulin

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.

3.1 Phillip Lim

A look from 3.1 Phillip Lim's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: Jemal Countess/Getty Images

A look from 3.1 Phillip Lim's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: Jemal Countess/Getty Images

I'm very into the combination of textures and patterns on this asymmetrical tunic dress. — Chantal Fernandez

Carolina Herrera

A look from Carolina Herrera's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: JP Yim/Getty Images

A look from Carolina Herrera's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: JP Yim/Getty Images

This seafoam green skirt is like a smoke cloud of prettiness. It also had a slight bounce to it as Lily Aldridge walked. — Chantal Fernandez

Karen Walker

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

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

This poppy red coat with a grid pattern and balloon sleeves is just the type of statement piece that can easily brighten up any woman's fall wardrobe. I love how it's styled with a belt to accentuate the waist, and the fact that it can likely be layered dozens of different ways. — Alyssa Vingan Klein

Ji Oh

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

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

Designer Ji Oh designs with the city girl in mind, and when I saw her fall presentation, I thought she found a way inside my own brain, too. I can easily see myself stomping through the New York streets in this cocoon-like ensemble. (See now, buy now, please?) The indented sleeves and heavy stripes are interesting updates to a classic crew neck and pair of culottes. — Maria Bobila

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

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

Oh used faux fur to accent a number of her looks — as pockets on shirts, an oversized varsity jacket and a smock-like tunic over a dress, to name a few. This was my favorite idea because it elevated the top's "cold shoulder" silhouette, but was seamlessly balanced with an asymmetrical panel skirt and creeper booties. — Maria Bobila

Maiyet

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

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

It's kind of hard to tell in this picture, but this Maiyet dress has a green sparkly embroidery all over the top. It's a simple silhouette with beautiful details. — Chantal Fernandez 

Rag & Bone

A look from Rag & Bone's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: JP Yim/Getty Images

A look from Rag & Bone's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: JP Yim/Getty Images

I love the way this masculine shirt dress still accentuates the hips. — Chantal Fernandez 

Photo: Rag & Bone

Photo: Rag & Bone

There's much to admire about this army green parka, from the white shearling collar to the open sides to the hint of "construction worker" orange that peeks out from the inside. It's cool as hell. — Alyssa Vingan Klein

Rosie Assoulin

A look from Rosie Assoulin's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: Rosie Assoulin

A look from Rosie Assoulin's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: Rosie Assoulin

I never knew that I wanted or needed a sequined trench coat or track pants in my life, and yet, here we are. Rosie's collections never fail to deliver on the fantasy front, and this look is a prime example.  — Alyssa Vingan Klein

A look from Rosie Assoulin's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: Rosie Assoulin

A look from Rosie Assoulin's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: Rosie Assoulin

I'm a sucker for a cable knit sweater, and this version — with one sleeve and a ruffle — turned my beloved winter staple on its head and into a piece of romantic eveningwear. Paired with a tiered, khaki-colored skirt, this look manages to feel formal and totally relaxed at the same time. — Alyssa Vingan Klein

The Row

A look from The Row's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: The Row

A look from The Row's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: The Row

I love this look for its simplicity. The juxtaposition of the cozy, slightly oversized knit tucked into a more structured pant really works. — Dhani Mau

Tommy Hilfiger

A look from Tommy Hilfiger's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: Randy Brooke/Getty Images

A look from Tommy Hilfiger's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: Randy Brooke/Getty Images

Binx Walton looked like a total '40s babe in this slinky, bouncy red satin dress. I'll admit, it's a bit of a hybrid between something you might see at both Gucci and Marc Jacobs, but the nautical, vintage detailing gave the piece a look of its own. — Maura Brannigan

A look from Tommy Hilfiger's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: Randy Brooke/Getty Images

A look from Tommy Hilfiger's fall/winter 2016 show. Photo: Randy Brooke/Getty Images

I'm a sucker for fun collars, and this sequined, scalloped situation is no exception. I live for that dainty nautical detailing, and the fact that the skirt is somewhat sheer. I'd throw some lining on under there, but it's a great option for a more relaxed red carpet look. — Maura Brannigan

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