Fashion Week Editor Trends

As important as what's coming down the runway for spring are what editors and buyers are wearing to watch the shows. Here, top trends for the current season, right from the front row.

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Nina Garcia wears animal print to take in a show at New York Fashion Week.
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As important as what's coming down the runway for spring are what editors and buyers are wearing to watch the shows. Here, top trends for the current season, right from the front row. Vogue's Meredith Melling Burke flaunted the '70s-inspired casual look with head-to-toe denim.
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Another Vogue lady, Virginia Smith paired a pair of bells with a boyish chambray top.
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Lauren Santo Domingo echoed the denim-on-denim look at Calvin Klein.
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In case anyone thought New York fashion shows were just a sea of black, Elle correspondent Fabiola Beracasa proves the notion wrong with a splash of saturated pink.
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Bergdorf Goodman accessories maven Roopal Patel shone in marigold on her way to Jason Wu.
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Bergdorf Goodman's Linda Fargo completed the color wheel in a refreshing cobalt-and-crimson blouse and trousers.
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Equally vibrant were the animal prints abounding around Fashion Week. Marie Claire editor and Project Runway judge Nina Garcia sported leopard spots in the front row at Michael Kors.
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Harper's Bazaar editor Glenda Bailey combined color and animal prints in one color-blocked T-shirt dress.
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For the Calvin Klein dinner at ABC Kitchen, Teen Vogue editor Amy Astley topped off a basic-black ensemble with a luxurious snakeskin coat.
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To temper the wild skins and primary colors were a slew of nudes, which promise to be prevalent throughout Fall. J.Crew creative director Jenna Lyons posed with womenswear designer Marisa Webb (in Kelly green) and Solange Knowles (in pink), wearing monochromatic neutrals.
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Carine Roitfeld went nude right down to her shoes, alongside her daughter, Julia Restoin-Roitfeld, who was clad in a sunny print.
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Anna Wintour skipped her usual tweeds and tight florals for a beige late-summer sweater to take in the shows.
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