The 7 biggest trends from New York Fashion Week fall 2015

Biggest trends: NYFW Fall 2015
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The 7 biggest trends from New York Fashion Week fall 2015

ORANGE | Victoria Beckham Fall/Winter 2015

There was so. much. orange. this season, and we're not complaining! Talk about a pop of color.

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ORANGE | Naeem Khan Fall/Winter 2015

Naeem Khan is a true master of the gown and by doing this ombre gown in shades of orange, he caught our eyes and hearts.

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ORANGE | Jenny Packham Fall/Winter 2015

Packham will always be a favorite of ours, but her bold color choices this season is positively thrilling. We can't wait to see which star wears this gown!

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ORANGE | Prabal Gurung Fall/Winter 2015

Prabal Gurung really committed to his color choices this season, with several looks in this vibrant shade.

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ORANGE | Narciso Rodriguez Fall/Winter 2015 

Continuing the orange trend, we're in love with these pale peachy hues at Narciso Rodriguez.

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FUR | Prabal Gurung Fall/Winter 2015

The key theme that radiated through Prabal Gurung's collection was "luxurious." The furs were outstanding.

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FUR | Michael Kors Fall/Winter 2015 

Michael Kors, ladies and gents! We bow down on a daily basis, but when we saw this coat we almost fainted.

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FUR | Jason Wu Fall/Winter 2015 

Sometimes a touch of fur is all you need.

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FUR | Ralph Lauren Fall/Winter 2015 

Ralph Lauren can do no wrong, and the fur in his fall collection added so much to his quintessential American aesthetic.

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FUR | Altuzarra Fall/Winter 2015 

Altuzarra did lots of fur necklines, making luxe coats with chic detailing.

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EMBELLISHED | Reem Acra Fall/Winter 2015

It won't be Fashion Week without some gorgeously embellished pieces. Reem Acra's intricate detailing was a standout among many.

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EMBELLISHED | Alice + Olivia Fall/Winter 2015

We love this studded number from Stacey Bendet's latest collection, just enough structure and shine.

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EMBELLISHED | Jenny Packham Fall/Winter 2015 

The queen of sparkle, Jenny Packham will always top our list of perfectly embellished gowns.

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EMBELLISHED | Naeem Khan Fall/Winter 2015

A different kind of embellishment than we're used to, Khan didn't use your typical sequin on this dress.

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EMBELLISHED | J.Crew Fall/Winter 2015 

You'll never be surprised to see a little sparkle at J.Crew, and that's why it's just right.

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FEATHERED | Naeem Khan Fall/Winter 2015

Feathers! What a fun trend, we'll be excited to see how they get incorporated into wardrobes this fall.

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FEATHERED | Marchesa Fall/Winter 2015 

A very cool way to strategically cover sheer fabrics, this Marchesa dress stuck with us.

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FEATHERED | Jenny Packham Fall/Winter 2015 

Last season Packham did fern leaves, this season peacock feathers. 

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FEATHERED | Lela Rose Fall/Winter 2015 

One of the more subtle looks that incorporated feathers, this Lela Rose dress might be the most wearable.

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FEATHERED | Alice + Olivia Fall/Winter 2015

So flirty yet elegant, we hope to see this ensemble on the red carpet.

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PINK | Marissa Webb Fall/Winter 2015 

This fall, we're seeing pink (again!). 

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PINK | Cushnie Et Ochs Fall/Winter 2015 

Whether it's head-to-toe pink or just a pop here and there, we're always on board.

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PINK | J.Crew Fall/Winter 2015

J.Crew will always support a pop of color even -- and especially -- during the fall and winter months. Would you expect anything less?

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PINK | Kate Spade New York Fall/Winter 2015 

Another constant supporter of color, we loved the shocking bright hues Kate Spade is using for fall.

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PINK | Delpozo Fall/Winter 2015 

How amazing is this KNIT dress from Delpozo?

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ASYMMETRICAL HEMLINES | Victoria Beckham Fall/Winter 2015 

Hemlines are not all created equal, as many designers celebrated this season.

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ASYMMETRICAL HEMLINES | Prabal Gurung Fall/Winter 2015

This gorgeous textured, shimmering number from Prabal is one of our favorites.

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ASYMMETRICAL HEMLINES | Reem Acra Fall/Winter 2015

The hemline of this dress gave it extra movement, and it is perfection. 

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ASYMMETRICAL HEMLINES | Monique Lhuillier Fall/Winter 2015 

High-low hemlines have been a trend for some time but the fabric of this dress makes it somehow seem more elegant.

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ASYMMETRICAL HEMLINES | Narciso Rodriguez Fall/Winter 2015 

A classic angled hemline in a crisp white fabric. Perfection.

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FRINGE | Marchesa Fall/Winter 2015 

We love seeing fringe come to the forefront for fall, in so many different ways.

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FRINGE | Rebecca Minkoff Fall/Winter 2015 

Rebecca Minkoff's fringed boot is SO EPIC. And so necessary!

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FRINGE | Alexander Wang Fall/Winter 2015

Just a little bit of fringe, but just the right amount.

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FRINGE | Ralph Lauren Fall/Winter 2015 

Upgrade a classic look with a '70s boho vibe.

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FRINGE | Thomas Wylde Maison Fall/Winter 2015 

Trends are equally powerful in your accessories, and this bag is oh-so-cool.

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New York Fashion Week may be coming to a close, but the collections we saw on the runway will stay with us over the next several months. There were 7 trends that resonated with us the most, appearing in countless shows and cementing themselves in our minds as the top trends everyone will be incorporating next fall.

From elegant furs and embellishments to an influx of bright oranges and pinks to liven up a typically dark season, they're trends we know you'll want to remember for fall. Click through above to see them on the runway.

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