Trend Watch: Fashion-Forward Toppers on the Runway

Caps in all shapes and sizes are the quintessential accessory this season, from classic cable-knit beanies to mysterious floppy brim chapeaus.

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Top-notch caps in all shapes and sizes are the quintessential accessory this season, from classic cable-knit beanies to floppy brim caps like this mysterious edition from Lanvin.
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At DVF, a classic Mescalero hat features a drawstring to keep the look securely in place.
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Likewise, Oscar de la Renta channeled a little "Zorro" spirit with his fancy tasseled caps.
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Givenchy's funky cat-eared helmet is a playful take on the trend.
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Karen Walker topped off cute floral dresses and blouses with warm wool beanies.
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Adam Lippes showed a similar cozy cap with a matching cable-knit sweater.
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Catherine Malandrino rendered her wide-brimmed caps in a rough tweedy texture.
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Milly's classic camel cloche is just the thing to tone down some of the season's bold, color-blocked looks.
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A black patent strap elevates these clean felt fedoras from Rebecca Minkoff.
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Steven Alan's collection of easy everyday hats for fall included soft cashmere beanies and floppy fedoras.
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For a modern take on a hunting gear staple, Suno paired their cool tweed hood with an explosively colorful woven cape.
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Victoria Beckham's chic latex caps looked a little bit like retro swim accessories.
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At DKNY, miniature black caps balanced right on the crown lent a little edge to the preppy boarding school looks.
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At Dior, a dramatic velvet cap in burgundy made a spectacular addition to the luxe furs and colorful plaids.
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Chanel pinned models' hair into tiny tweed caps for a modern "halo" effect.
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Big fur caps like this gray version from Behnaz Sarafpour make a statement while keeping the wearer toasty-warm.
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