Getting down all the hottest looks from the New York Fashion Week runway scene is no easy feat, which is why we've compiled a round up of all the major Autumn/Winter 2015 shows on the schedule.
Day six of the shows saw Donna Karan present her "Power and Poetry" catwalk. She sent her models down the runway in a womenswear collection that was all black and gold (save for a few separates in brown or off-white).
The vibe was seductive power-dressing: sharp, structured tailoring (blazers, trousers, belted mannish coats) was followed by beautiful brocade jackets and dresses. The embroidered, sheer gowns? Those are for the hours out of the office.
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Zac Posen also gave a nod to office glamour by showcasing smart work-appropriate outfits (pencil skirts, shift dresses, mink neck scarves) - but it wasn't all day wear.
Naomi Campbell closed the show in a magenta ball gown proving that he's still the man when it comes to formal dressing. She was just stunning.
On the Tommy Hilfiger runway - a full blown American football stadium complete with a real Astroturf field - it was all about the game.
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Fans of Hilfiger's preppy styles will be wearing a mohair varsity sweatshirt and/or football jersey dress in leather next season - and they will be doing it in navy, camel, maroon and gold. With wool thigh-high stockings.
Want to be part of this A-team? Follow Jourdan Dunn's lead.
Carolina Herrera's water-inspired collection of icy blues and greys got us thinking carefully about the jacket we'll be investing this winter - textured, cocoon-shaped and paired with luxe fur scarf.
The designer's evening wear offering? A sea of floaty, floor-length dresses (full-skirted, appliqué, sheer, strapless, metallic) to woo the iciest of women.
Over on the Rag & Bone catwalk, David Neville and Marcus Wainwright did bright pops of yellow and orang, texture and too-cool-for-school layers (cami tops over long-sleeves with skirts over trousers), cross-body bags and fanny packs.
Flick through this gallery to see more catwalk looks to die for: the OTT, dreamy ball gowns, the fresh take on sports luxe and the classic, tailored investment coats.
We, naturally, want it all.