Reel Style: Red, White, and Blue Runway Looks for “Captain America”

For those looking to take full advantage of the "Captain America" premiere this weekend, here are a host of red, white, and blue looks to help capture the mood.

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A model walks the runway at the Rag & Bone Women's Collection Fall 2011 fashion show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.
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Out this Friday, the silver screen adaptation of Marvel's beloved Captain America follows the story of Steve Rogers, who enrolls in an experimental research project that gives him super-strength after being rejected from the military.
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Set in the war-torn 1940s, Rogers is compulsively clad in red, white, and blue, though he often keeps his identity under wraps with a classic military flight jacket.
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Interestingly, the fashion world seems to have anticipated the Captain America craze with plenty of cobalt blue and bright red looks on the catwalk. Tommy Hilfiger, of course, never shies away from a patriotic outfit like this blue jacket and red chino pairing.
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Lanvin's scarlet red evening dress would probably benefit from a star-spangled shield of some kind.
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For fall, Rag & Bone worked with super-saturated shades of cobalt blue paired with earthy oranges and tweedy textures.
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At Adam, traditional fall tweeds and nubby wools were accented with pops of textured blue silk.
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Erdem's classic red lace cocktail dress would have found a stylish home in Steve Rogers' hey day.
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Even Fendi embraced the Americana trend with a palette of rich navy and cranberry red.
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For his resort collection, Oscar de la Renta offered up a number of ruby red evening dresses, including this '40s-inspired silhouette with frothy silk ruffles.
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Phillip Lim's baby blue shift dress would be classic Americana with a pair of bright red flats.
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Rodarte added a touch glamour to an all-red ensemble by executing the skirt in sequined silk.
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Of course, John Galliano can't resist a good reference to the Navy. His pigtailed sailors were styled with tiered ruffle skirts and waist-cinching belts.
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Prabal Gurung added edge to his fall collection dresses with tough-girl leather gloves.
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A tailored cobalt jacket from Rebecca Taylor.
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Ohne Titel always works with variants on their signature reds, whites, and blues. For fall, the design duo added a smoky gray to the mix.
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