Find out what everyone's going to be wearing coming fall.
1. Emphasized Underwire
Many designers this season chose to show crop tops with visible underwire following the typical curve of a bra.
At Alexander Wang, the style was shown in a long-sleeve, fur-trimmed gray shirt, which was paired with matching leggings.
2. Emphasized Underwire
Visible underwire was also a major trend at Jeremy Scott, where this hot pink track suit was modeled.
3. Emphasized Underwire
At Dion Lee, the trend was a tad more formal, appearing in turtleneck form beneath a layer of sheer fabric and paired with white jeans.
4. Colorful Plaids
Plaid has always been in style, but now it makes a major statement in saturated hues like hot pink and cobalt.
This oversize suit jacket with matching pants from Dolan is a perfect expression of the trend.
5. Colorful Plaids
Son Jung Wan paired an eye-catching blue plaid blouse with shiny flares.
6. Colorful Plaids
At Tanya Taylor, red and blue plaid appeared in a skirt and top combo, accessorized with blue booties.
7. Unexpected Puffer Coats
Puffer coats are a fall and winter staple, so it's no surprise they popped up in many fall/winter 2018 shows. This season's designs, however, were even more dramatic and eye-catching than usual.
Among the looks at Christian Cowen was this metallic green jacket, which featured over-emphasized puffs.
8. Unexpected Puffer Coats
Kim Shui showed a puffer coat with a statement collar in a delicate floral pattern.
9. Unexpected Puffer Coats
At Prabal Gurung, bright colored puffers walked the runway in oversize bomber form.
10. Bright Red
Come fall, get ready to see plenty of vibrant red for sale.
Ashley Graham walked the Prabal Gurung runway in this head-turning number, complete with cold shoulders, an asymmetrical neckline, and a mermaid silhouette.
11. Bright Red
At Philipp Plein, this model trudged through (fake) snow wearing crimson thigh-high boots and a matching shearling moto coat.
12. Bright Red
Taoray Wang showed this attention-grabbing trench coat, pairing it with black shoes and a matching belt.
13. Bustier Bodices
Lingerie continues to be a major inspiration in the fashion world, with many designers highlighting the bustier-like construction of their dresses.
At the Brock Collection show, a model displayed the trend in this steamy black design.
14. Bustier Bodices
At Lanyu, the attention was on the intricate boning details of certain dresses.
15. Bustier Bodices
Tadashi Shoji emphasized the bodice of this design by adding black seams on top.
16. Hot Pink
Hot pink was present at almost every major show during NYFW this season.
Cushnie et Ochs showed multiple pieces in the bright hue, including this midi-length dress with sexy side cutouts.
17. Hot Pink
At Milly, a model walked down the runway in a jumpsuit and matching heels.
18. Hot Pink
Neons were big at Jeremy Scott, but the hot pink tones were especially eye-catching. Here, model Romee Strijd sports a velour skirt suit with matching thigh-high Moonboots.
19. Fur Cuffs
Many labels showed sweaters and coats with dramatic fur cuffs.
Cinq a Sept's version of the style added more depth to this patterned coat.
20. Fur Cuffs
Gigi Hadid walked the Prabal Gurung runway in a white knit top with furry sleeves, accessorizing with a patterned scarf.
21. Fur Cuffs
Tanya Taylor showed this gray trench coat with fuzzy cuffs from the elbows down.
22. Pink and Red
Fashion houses were enamored with this color combination during FW '18.
Christian Siriano showed multiple looks that were pink and red, including this sleek midi dress.
23. Pink and Red
Prabal Gurung featured the two-tone look in blouse form.
24. Pink and Red
At Self Portrait, a baby pink dress was styled with a bright red sweater.
25. Statement Bows
Many designers featured head-turning bows as a detail in their pieces.
At Christian Cowan, a model walked in a silver minidress complete with a huge bow on one shoulder.
26. Statement Bows
Brandon Maxwell showed this pretty red design with a large belt tied at the center.
27. Statement Bows
Ulla Johnson's rust-hued strapless dress featured a giant bow in the middle of the bodice.
Capes added drama on tons of runways this season.
Noon by Noor's version of the trend came attached to this billowy floor-length black gown.
Bella Hadid walked in this velvet design at Prabal Gurung, which featured two capes flowing behind her.
This crew-neck Christian Siriano gown had a surprise cape with a train in the back.
31. Cheerful Yellow
Bright yellow showed up on plenty of FW '18 catwalks.
This sunshiny suit made a statement at the Bottega Veneta show.
32. Bright Yellow
At Eckhaus Latta, this pretty cold-shouldered maxi was shown in a sweet yellow hue.
33. Bright Yellow
Brandon Maxwell's runway included this fitted jumpsuit in the color.
Whispy feathers added texture at many runway shows.
At Christian Cowan, the detail softened the line of this two-tone, black and white dress.
Pamella Roland showed this feathery party dress at her NYFW show.
Son Jung Wan featured this blue vest with feather details on the collar.
37. Colorful Animal Print
Animal print had a major moment this season, and colorful versions were a Thing in particular.
Joan Smalls walked Tom Ford wearing this red leopard-print getup.
38. Colorful Animal Print
At Concept Korea, a model walked in a green leopard-print hat and skirt, pairing it with a matching fur coat.
39. Colorful Animal Print
Adam Selman showed a red, zebra print minidress, which was paired with matching booties.
Romance was a solid theme at many of the shows, which meant plenty of ruffles.
Ulla Johnson emphasized the trend with this tiered-sleeve, fluttery-collar, floor-length dress.
The collar and cuffs of this blush blouse at Bottega Veneta featured exaggerated ruffles.
At Brock Collection, a model walked in a gray sweater with a peplum ruffle detail and a coordinating skirt with a frilled hem.
43. Contrasting Florals
Mixing and matching similar floral patterns in drastically different color schemes was a major theme at many shows.
Alice McCall showed this skirt and blouse combination in pink, black, and white, pairing it with metallic pink footwear.
44. Contrasting Florals
At Tanya Taylor, a model wore a pink floral blouse with a black floral skirt, accessorizing with a blue stole.
45. Contrasting Florals
Nicole Miller showed a large floral print on white juxtaposed against a smaller floral pattern on black.
Pretty much every runway had something in this color.
At Dion Lee, a model walked in a silk maxi dress paired with a matching shearling.
This silky rust maxi and lacy blouse were a hit at Jonathan Simkhai.
Jason Wu showed this pleated rust dress with a stomach cutout and black straps.
49. Sequin Suit
It seemed like there was a sequin suit in every show this season.
Tadashi Shoji showed this rose gold power suit.
50. Sequin Suit
This green getup turned heads at Greta Constantine.
51. Sequin Suit
Malan Breton showed this blue sequin striped number.
Gold and rose gold have had their moments, but this time, it's silver's time to shine.
This pretty, V-neck design wowed at Cushnie et Ochs.
This liquid-metal effect silver outfit was shown at Bottega Veneta.
Philipp Plein showed these silver snow pants with a matching bandeau and snowboard.
55. Statement Pockets
Brands put particular emphasis on pockets.
At Alexander Wang, a model walked wearing a leather minidress with circular, zipper-trimmed pockets.
56. Statement Pockets
Jeremy Scott showed this lavender and turquoise sweatsuit with contrasting pockets all over.
57. Statement Pockets
At Son Jung Wan, a model walked in this eye-catching coat, complete with standout yellow pocket detail.
58. Tiered Black Skirts
Tiered skirts are about to be everywhere, especially in black.
Alice McCall paired this one with a cold-shoulder crop top.
59. Tiered Black Skirts
BCBGeneration's presentation included this multi-tiered skirt paired with a cropped leather jacket.
60. Tiered Black Skirts
The design was shown in a high-low silhouette at Cinq a Sept.
61. Statement Sleeves
During the shows this year, sleeves grabbed attention by switching up textures, adding different colors or patterns, or playing with proportion.
This blazer with eye-catching fuzzy sleeves had a major moment at Noon by Noor.
62. Statement Sleeves
Son Jung Wan showed this yellow jumpsuit with color-block bell sleeves.
63. Statement Sleeves
Eckhaus Latta showed this camel jacket with exaggerated sleeves.
64. Cape Sleeves
Not only were capes a big deal at this season's NYFW, cape sleeves were a category in and of themselves.
Pamella Roland's show included this gorgeous burgundy design, with sleeves a-flowing.
65. Cape Sleeves
At Prabal Gurung, a model walked in this shiny, cape-sleeve gown.
66. Cape Sleeves
Christian Siriano showcased this dramatic cape sleeve moment for his 10th anniversary show.
67. Silky Maxis
Silk played a large role at the fall/winter shows, especially in midi-and maxi-length dresses.
At Adeam, this two-tone yellow dress made a major statement.
68. Silky Maxis
This robe-like design was a showstopper at Hellessy.
69. Silky Maxis
This billowy, floor-length design was paired with matching yellow footwear at Pyer Moss.
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