11 Looks We Loved From New York Fashion Week: Day 6

Oscar de la Renta, Jeremy Scott, Ji Oh 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.

Ji Oh

A look from Ji Oh spring 2017 collection. Photo: Laura Cavanaugh/Getty Images

A look from Ji Oh spring 2017 collection. Photo: Laura Cavanaugh/Getty Images

For spring, CFDA darling Ji Oh continues to play with the classic white collared shirt, a theme that started with her resort collection. For personal #aesthetic reasons, I was quickly drawn to a version with grommets and slightly oversized sleeves, which was paired with an asymmetrical strapless dress. I also found the footwear to be super interesting: Repetto flats with Wolford netted socks worn over them, and finished with Ji Oh's silver brooches. —Maria Bobila

Jeremy Scott

Jeremy Scott Spring 2017. Photo: Getty Images

Jeremy Scott Spring 2017. Photo: Getty Images

Jeremy Scott may love kitsch, but this red, moto-style trench dress is totally wearable — and yes, very sexy. — Tyler McCall

Lela Rose

Lela Rose Spring 2017. Photo: BFA

Lela Rose Spring 2017. Photo: BFA

I don't even know how to pick just one look from Lela Rose's spring 2017 collection; from the bright colors to the daisy-covered sunglasses, I wanted it all. But this mixed-gingham look exudes just the sort of ladylike grace and composure I like to pretend that I have. — Tyler McCall

Oscar de la Renta

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You want a princess moment, you go to Oscar de la Renta. Those are just the facts. The way this gorgeous gown reveals just enough leg for a killer pair of shoes is icing on the cake. — Tyler McCall

Libertine

Libertine Spring 2016. Photo: Getty Images

Libertine Spring 2016. Photo: Getty Images

Libertine is always one of my favorite fashion week shows, because it's guaranteed to be a fun time. The brand's punk Britannia-themed spring 2017 collection ended with a dance party on the runway. And the clothes had just the right amount of kooky embellishment to satisfy my magpie heart. — Tyler McCall

Rosie Assoulin

Photo: Rosie Assoulin

Photo: Rosie Assoulin

Rosie Assoulin knocked it out of the park yet again, in a very Rosie way that I'm sure we'll see copied by fast fashion and fellow designers for seasons to come. This extremely festive skirt and top is a genius take on the panels that make up much of the summer landscape — awnings, tents, lawn chairs, etc. — Chantal Fernandez

3.1 Phillip Lim

Photo: 3.1 Phillip LIm

Photo: 3.1 Phillip LIm

This 3.1 Phillip Lim jacket is Pink Lady-meets-champion boxer-meets-pajamas in the best way. I love the idea of pairing it with matching shorts in another pastel tone and aggressive, chunky platform sandals. — Chantal Fernandez

Zac Posen

Photo: Zac Posen

Photo: Zac Posen

The texture of this Zac Posen evening dress makes me think of candy, but it's the silhouette that really gets me. I love the straight neckline and the rectangular hip pleats. Not the most legspan space for walking, but hey, this dress is for standing and being looked at. — Chantal Fernandez

Verdad

Photo: Tracey Morris/Verdad

Photo: Tracey Morris/Verdad

This denim mini-dress from LA-based designer Louis Verdad's first Verdad collection was my absolute favorite. I love the on-trend belt and embroidered shoulder panels. And the fact that it's denim! — Chantal Fernandez

DKNY

DKNY spring 2017. Photo: Imaxtree

DKNY spring 2017. Photo: Imaxtree

DKNY designers Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne created suiting and separates from tech milano jersey, making for an interesting juxtaposition between sporty material and tailored silouhettes. This modular look was the perfect result. Plus, the styling options for each piece involved — the structured cropped top, bandeau and high-waisted skirt — are endless. —Maria Bobila

DKNY spring 2017. Photo: Imaxtree

DKNY spring 2017. Photo: Imaxtree

If you need a raincoat, this is the one. If you don't think you need a raincoat, now you do. Problem solved. —Maria Bobila

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