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Can't stop, won't stop.

We're coming to the end of all things NYFW, but that doesn't mean designers have put a halt to the fashion. Celeb turnout was less obvious on day 7, but perhaps that's because they're waiting for the Big Three (Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein and Marc Jacobs) to show tomorrow. Still, great style was aplenty—and needs to be recognized below.

Night at the Museum: Choosing one of the coolest venues of all of NYFW, Proenza Schouler naturally infused art with fashion by holding its show at the Whitney Museum of American Art. Strappy and bondage-like pieces were a stark contrast against the white walls.

Blake Lively, Michael Kors, Elaine Lively, New York Fashion Week

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Mom and Me: Blake Lively may have caused a photo frenzy at Michael Kors, attending the show with mom, Elaine, but the designer did what he does best: create wearable-yet-luxe clothes for the American girl.

Fashion Fantasy: As expected, Marchesa supplied all the embellishment, floral applique, lace overlay…pretty much every luxurious, hand-stitched detailing needed to create beautiful, romantic gowns worthy of any red carpet. This is a princess' dream collection, but in a way, it was almost too much for the eyes to take in all at once.

Delpozo Autumn Winter 2016

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Modern World: From the over-the-top designs of Marchesa, to the structured silhouettes and geometric shapes at Delpozo, day 7 showcased the whole gamut of style. For the latter label, futuristic pieces floated down the runway and possibly into the minds of film stylists working on the next outer-space thriller.

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