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From bold textures to re-envisioned classics, style reigned supreme on the New York Fashion Week autumn/winter 2023 runways. Shop the trends now.

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From stunning runway presentations filled with bold colors, textures and silhouettes, to some of the season’s hottest beauty trends, New York Fashion Week gives us a glimpse into all of the styles to look forward to. Fall fashion week just wrapped up, and if you’re itching to try on new trends months in advance, we’ve got you covered. Here are five of the top trends we saw on the Autumn/Winter 2023 NYFW runways, along with styles you can shop now to stay ahead of the curve.

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1. Bold, monochromatic suits at Cynthia Rowley, Gabriela Hearst

Monochromatic suits were shown on runways at Cynthia Rowley and Gabriela Hearst.

Matching sets have been on trend for the last few seasons, but this fall, designers turned to monochromatic suiting to make bold statements out of traditional styles. Instead of a traditional NYFW runway presentation, Cynthia Rowley opted to host a comedy show featuring the talents of stars like Ego Nwodim, Nikki Glaser and Esther Ku, entertaining audiences in monochromatic looks that took our breath away. At Gabriela Hearst, a lemon-yellow men’s suit was a brilliant, striking contrast to the neutrals that were shown elsewhere.

Want to hop on the trend ahead of next fall? Get the look with Bardot’s Parisienne Blazer. Available in a trendy Barbiecore-friendly shade of pink, in women’s sizes 2 to 8, this double-breasted suit is modern, bold and vibrant. Don’t forget to snag the matching Therese Buckle Pant to complete the look.

$129 at Revolve

2. Clever sequins and metallic fabrics at Badgley Mischka, Pamella Roland

Be prepared to shine this fall. Metallic textiles and sequins were all the rage at Badgley Mischka and Pamella Roland.

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