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The New York Fashion Week SS14 came to a close with RL SS collection this morning. Here’s a list of 30 key observations we’ve made. ...

The New York Fashion Week SS14 came to a close with RL SS collection this morning. Here’s a list of 30 key observations we’ve made.
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  • NYSS14 The New York Fashion Week SS14 came to a close with RL SS collection this morning. Here’s a list of 30 key observations we’ve made.
  • 1. Alexander Wang is the new Marc Jacobs. Alexander Wang: has the most celeb crowded front row.
  • 2. Victoria Beckham is the new Diane Von Furstenberg. VB: the new DVF.
  • 3. Pastels are shaping up to be a 2014 trend. Prabal Gurung: showcased lavender and pale shades.
  • 4. The long loose dress is going to be a thing. The new dress shape: the drop-waisted blue dress from her Victoria by Victoria Beckham collection.
  • 5. The skirt is your wardrobe’s key piece. Altuzarra: the thighs have it.
  • 6. The Betsey Johnson show was as crazy as you’d expect, but it was hard not to love the designer’s cheeky underwear collection.
  • 7. Models rocked va-va-voom dresses at the Venexiana show. This one is all sex appeal and sequins.
  • 8. Fashionistas loved Lela Rose this year, especially the see-through trench this model is wearing.
  • 9. Blonde bobs and dark pouts adorned the models at Falguni and Shane Peacock. The dresses killed it, with sheer paneling and appliqués.
  • 10. The subdued, neon prints and cool California style at Custo Barcelona made everyone excited for spring.
  • 11. Ricardo Seco’s men’s collection was a massive hit with leather coats and Eastern influences.
  • 12. This Naeem Khan look was epic on the runway. Here, the model shows off the details of her three-piece outfit backstage.
  • 13. Giving us all a preview of what Kate Middleton will be wearing next spring, Jenny Packham’s dresses were as ethereal and gorgeous as ever.
  • 14. Stunning the crowd, this Zac Posen finale look was…a lot. But the intricate details, flawlessly-folded fabric, and on-point color choice made it a winner.
  • 15. Nicole Miller gave her sparkly dresses some spunk with leather accents, like this leather vest.
  • 16. The fashions were as handsome as the male models at Nautica this season. This model pulls off the triple layer-look particularly well.
  • 17. Smiley and brightly-clad models shined at the Desigual show. Bold prints and tie dye are in next spring.
  • 18. The crowd at Nanette Lepore loved this flowing, gauzy yellow sundress. Everyone was Instagramming it.
  • 19. Tory Burch stayed true to her preppy roots at her show. This all-green look has just enough contrasting textures to make it work.
  • 20. The models looked like wood nymphs at Anna Sui, with lots of head pieces and breezy gowns.
  • 21. Crisp white looks were all over the runway at the Son Jung Wa collection. Different fabrics make the all-white suit work.
  • 22. Oscar de la Renta brought the drama at MBFW this year. It may be bold, but his finale look with a black veil had the crowd entranced.
  • 23. Supermodel Karlie Kloss worked it at the Jason Wu show this fall. Here she is, modeling one of his sleek dresses.
  • 24. Leather bodices and curve-hugging dresses were a major hit at Hervé Léger. The flirty skirt balances the severe top of this look.
  • 25. J. Crew hit all the right notes at its MBFW preview. We love this slightly-monochromatic men’s look that layers different denims.
  • 26. Though most of Monique Lhuillier’s dresses were pastel, this dark ombré number floated down the runway and stole the spotlight.
  • 27. This romantic dress from Badgley Mischka has impeccable detailing and a flattering cut.
  • 28. Marchesa had some of the most impressive gowns this year. You’ll see plenty of these during spring 2014 awards season.
  • 29. The last show of the week, Ralph Lauren sent bright primary colors and badass sunglasses down the runway.
  • 30. And Naomi Campbell SHUT IT DOWN at the close of the Diane Von Furstenberg runway in a little black embellished dress.