Best Looks, NYFW

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Le sigh: New York Fashion Week comes to a close tomorrow—but we won't be taking our eyes off the runway ‘til then!

The shows from Days 5 and 6 gave us quite the eyeful, while serving as a reminder that sometimes it's the simplest trends (colorblock dresses, oversize trousers, unfussy midis) that can make the most impact. And just when we thought we might be heading into NYFW-overdrive, the frothiest, dreamiest and lust-worthiest gowns hit the stage from the likes of Oscar de la Renta, Marchesa and Naeem Khan. Room for pause, indeed.

Oscar De La Renta, Fashion Week, NYFW

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Peter Copping's first full-fledged collection at the helm of Oscar de la Renta did the late women's wear designer so, so right. Copping used simple silhouettes, floral prints and bursts of organza to beautiful effect—and without being too heavily wrought by history.

Lela Rose, NYFW

We were also stunned by the ladylike confections on the runway at Lela Rose: Texture was the most complex feature at play, in the form of feather-fringed skirts and embellished midis.

Nanette Lepore, NYFW

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Meanwhile, color took center stage at Nanette Lepore: Punchy corals, muted mauves and forty-nine shades of cobalt were noticeable (and covetable) on the catwalk.

Delpozo, NYFW

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The Delpozo show felt like something out of a fairy tale: Sprightly oversize silhouettes, sharp slabs of green and floral embellishments made for sartorial magic.

Click through our gallery for more of the best shows from Days 5 and 6!

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