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18 Looks We Loved From New York Fashion Week: Day 4

From Dion Lee, Ryan Roche, Christian Siriano and more.
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It's New York Fashion Week, which means the Fashionista team is running around town 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 presentations, and click here for even more reviews.

Self Portrait

Photo: Imaxtree

Photo: Imaxtree

When you think Self Portrait, you think red carpet, but this sunny yellow dress has me thinking of hot summer days — like today's humid situation! — in the office. — Tyler McCall

Jill Stuart

Photo: Getty Images

Photo: Getty Images

With wrap sweaters, lurex arm warmers and color-blocked leggings, this is how Jill Stuart does activewear. The ballet inspired pieces were the prettiest, not to mention most wearable. — Tyler McCall

Rebecca Minkoff

Photo: Getty Images

Photo: Getty Images

Is there anything more rock'n'roll than leather pants? Yes: Electric blue sequined pants, like the ones Rebecca Minkoff is selling for fall. — Tyler McCall

Dion Lee

Photo: Getty Images

Photo: Getty Images

Aussie designer Dion Lee is perhaps best known for his sexy, fitted clothes complete with cutouts, but for spring, he loosened things up. Even in billowy khaki and navy, Lee's girls are still as alluring as ever. — Tyler McCall

Photo: Imaxtree

Photo: Imaxtree

Proving the whole pants-under-dresses styling trend is still going strong, this ethereal, silken look seemed to have floated down to us directly from heaven above. The pleats moved beautifully down the runway, making this pretty much the only thing I'd want to wear on a hot, hot day. —Maura Brannigan

Diane von Furstenberg

Photo: Diane von Furstenberg

Photo: Diane von Furstenberg

Jonathan Saunders's debut collection for Diane von Furstenberg was full of covetable pieces, but it's his twist on the wrap dress — complete with his expert play with print — that has me sold on his vision for the brand. — Tyler McCall

Ryan Roche

Photo: Mireya Acierto/Getty Images

Photo: Mireya Acierto/Getty Images

I love the way lace is like a sash across the chest of this extra long-sleeved sweater as well as the warm light beige color that dominated the entire collection. — Chantal Fernandez

Jonathan Simkhai

Photo: Jonathan Simkhai

Photo: Jonathan Simkhai

I get why Jonathan Simkhai chose to open his show with this look. The embroidered blouse and skirt look like one, complex piece, but what really delighted me is the denim wrap belt that ties it all together — pun intended. — Chantal Fernandez

Christian Siriano

Photo: Imaxtree

Photo: Imaxtree

Is there anything better than an orange this radiant? Not only did it look electrifying on the model's beautiful, dark skin, but it took the monochromatic thing to a whole new level. I can't get enough. —Maura Brannigan

Photo: Imaxtree

Photo: Imaxtree

The vibes at Christian Siriano's spring 2017 show were very positive and the clothes were as uplifting and refreshing as the diverse casting. Orange is not really my color (hope I never go to prison!) but this monochromatic ensemble (like the one Maura picked) looked incredible coming down the runway. —Dhani Mau

Eckhaus Latta

Eckhaus Latta spring 2017 collection. Photo: Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images

Eckhaus Latta spring 2017 collection. Photo: Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images

This season marks Eckhaus Latta's most refined collection to date, but that doesn't mean the artsy fashion duo has lost their cool. The brand's deconstructed take on the popular graphic tee, a collaborative piece with artist/musician Brendan Fowler's "Election Reform" project, is next level.  —Maria Bobila

Namilia

Namilia spring 2017 collection. Photo: Neilson Barnard/Getty Images

Namilia spring 2017 collection. Photo: Neilson Barnard/Getty Images

Though Namilia's collection included fashion riffs on the fandom surrounding pop stars like Justin Bieber and Zayn Malik (RIP my Twitter mentions), the designer duo's commentary on Donald Trump, in which he's portrayed in a few pornographic images, was by far the ballsiest — and very much NSFW. —Maria Bobila

Misbhv

Misbhv spring 2017 collection. Photo: Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images

Misbhv spring 2017 collection. Photo: Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images

The color-blocked boxer robe to put your neutral-hued duster coat to shame. I'm counting down the days until I see this on one of the Kardashian-Jenners. —Maria Bobila

Misbhv spring 2017 collection. Photo: Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images

Misbhv spring 2017 collection. Photo: Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images

As one of the few Tumblr pink looks in the collection, this particular version instantly stood out to me. Plus, the gothic M-logo bodysuit is probably one of the pieces show-goers wish they could wear right now. —Maria Bobila

Lacoste

Photo: Courtesy of Lacoste

Photo: Courtesy of Lacoste

I love the clean, sporty silhouettes that are a brand signature for Lacoste, and this look is no exception. The platform sandals are simple without being boring, and the print — featuring colorful blown up alligator doodles — is enough to put a smile on even the most weary editors' faces. —Karina Hoshikawa

Alexander Wang

Alexander Wang spring 2017. Photo: Imaxtree

Alexander Wang spring 2017. Photo: Imaxtree

I love this take on classic shirting: twisted and tied into a mini-dress. Alexander Wang's shown similar versions of this on the runways in seasons past, meaning the style must be resonating with customers, too. —Alyssa Vingan Klein

Alexander Wang spring 2017. Photo: Imaxtree

Alexander Wang spring 2017. Photo: Imaxtree

My husband is from Miami, so I am not-so-secretly hoping he buys this acid-washed sweatshirt so that I can proceed to steal it from him. —Alyssa Vingan Klein

Andrea Jiapei Li

Photo: Andrea Jiapei Li

Photo: Andrea Jiapei Li

After a one-season hiatus from NYFW, 2015 LVMH Prize finalist Andrea Jiapei Li presented at Milk Studios (not at the beach where this lookbook photo was taken). The collection, inspired by the Dada movement, included this extremely cool coat that's at once experimental and wearable. —Dhani Mau

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