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What the Buyers Are Buying From the Fall 2019 Runways

Paco Rabanne and Isabel Marant were especially popular this season.
Jacquemus, Celine, Paco Rabanne, Burberry. Photos: Imaxtree

Jacquemus, Celine, Paco Rabanne, Burberry. Photos: Imaxtree

The Fall 2019 runway shows in New York, London, Milan and Paris certainly gave us a lot to think about, from new trends and designer debuts to surprising changes in direction and touching tributes. Our opinions, however, are not as consequential as those of the buyers — the people who decide which looks from which brands end up in their stores and e-commerce sites. So, as we do each and every season, we reached out to a few of the world's most influential luxury retailers to find out which shows struck a chord, and which pieces had the necessary commercial appeal to become big hits with their customers. 

Isabel Marant, who always knows how to churn out cool, wearable hits, was a popular choice, as was Paco Rabanne, who's also been getting lots of influencer love lately. Lanvin's new designer got a vote of confidence, as did Hedi Slimane's sophomore Celine collection, which was sophisticated and ideal for everyday staples — if you're in the right income bracket, that is. Overall, Parisian designers got a lot more love than those from any other city.

To see what Net-a-Porter, 24 Sèvres, Elyse Walker and The Webster will be stocking next fall and why, click through the galleries below.

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