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Editor's Obsession

From New York to London and now Milan, we've been keeping tabs on all the biggest trends happening at fashion weeks across the globe. And while we may not be able to splurge on any goods directly off the runway, we can still look. Right?

This week, we're head over heels for a particular British-based designer's entire spring 2016 collection which, no, we can't afford but still adore. And while we haven't spotted any jewel-embellished body chains on the runways (yet), the many accessories floating being totted down the catwalk inspired us to get one.

Now, we can't neglect our beauty needs during the hectic fashion week season, so we've stocked up on set of gorgeous makeup brushes and a face peel to get us through for the time being.

Go ahead, check out all of our editors' must-have obsessions below!

Editor's Obsession

Sephora Collection Gold Edge Brush Set, $52
"How gorgeous is this brush set?! A bag so chic and (perfect for fall) I want to start using it as a clutch, and floral brushes so pretty they deserved to be placed in a vase."—Cinya Burton, Style Senior Editor

Editor's Obsession

London Manori jeweled body chain, $45
"I spotted this pretty jeweled body chain from the Melrose Trade Post this past Sunday, and couldn't bear to leave without it. Now, I'm just excited to brainstorm all of the outfits I can layer it with for fall."—Lindsey Sirera, Style Assistant Editor

Editor's Obsession

Edeline Lee's collection from London Fashion Week Spring 2016
"London Fashion Week is over and Milan is in full gear, but I'm still dreaming about the first presentation I caught when I hit the ground in Soho last weekend. Edeline Lee's graphic collection of bright pastel set pieces presented in a static installation in London's Painting Rooms was pure Instagram bait, and is going to be such a refreshing change to fall's burnt rust and plaid trends. Bring on spring-summer 2016; I can't wait!—Jacqueline Lee, Photo Editor

Editor's Obsession

Malin + Goetz Resurfacing Glycolic Pads, $48
"I've been looking for a not-too-harsh, clarifying peel for the longest time, and these swipe-and-go pads might be 'the one.' Potent without stripping my skin of moisture, these resurfacing wipes have made my dark spots more muted, which makes me very happy (obviously)."—Nicole Adlman, Style Writer