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If you found it hard to keep up with everything going on during fashion month, you aren’t alone; it’s a lot to absorb all at once. Luckily, TZR’s editors have spent the last few weeks taking in shows in person and online. Now, they’re sharing the best of the best.

Dior

I will always love a suit, and Dior's swinging '60s revival, in particular, caught my eye this season. Don't discount bright orange — it's such a fun, unexpected pop of color, and in my experience is shockingly wearable. — Hannah Baxter, deputy beaty editorDior

Chloé

Aside from wanting to wear every single look from Chloé's collection, I admire the way Gabriela Hearst designed this lineup with an extremely eco-conscious eye. The patchwork dresses were composed of vegetable-dyed leather. — Marina Liao, senior fashion news editorEstrop/Getty Images

Balenciaga

From a televised red carpet, which included attendees and models sporting the show’s 64 looks, to a short episode of The Simpsons in which Marge lives out her high-fashion dreams, the Balenciaga show was the most out of the ordinary moment this fashion month. — Kathy Lee, editor in chiefVictor VIRGILE/Gamma-Rapho/Getty Images

Coperni

If I had to pick my favorite part of this season's show, it would be all glitter. Sébastien Meyer and Arnaud Vaillant brought out the glamour with sparkly underwear(!), skirts, and bodysuits. — Kelsey Stewart, fashion & beauty writerCoperni

Loewe

The quirky-cool genius of Jonathan Anderson continues to wow me season after season. Loewe’s golden body plates paired back to colorful, floating dresses felt like a surrealist dream. It’s a reminder that fashion should be out-of-the-box. — Aemilia Madden, senior fashion editorLoewe

Altuzarra

The anticipation of the brand's return to NYFW along with the star-studded model lineup, (Gigi Hadid, Precious Lee, and Paloma Elsseser) and the structured bohemian vibe of the clothes made this show electric. — Annie Blay, associate beauty editorAltuzarra

Missoni

The opening look from Missoni played with dimension and texture. I loved the juxtaposition of the tiny bra top with the baggy low-rise jeans. The minimal styling let the split train really shine (and made me want a pixie cut). — Maggie Haddad, social media strategistMissoni

Courrèges

All I'm saying is, I very much intend to be this woman on the dance floor during my upcoming vacation. Every detail, from the shock of silver, the fringe, the utility pants, is absolutely perfect. — Hannah BaxterCourèges

Isabel Marant

I'm loving the combination of a flowing top or dress, unbuttoned most of the way, and styled with a pair of pants (also seen in Peter Do's Spring 2022 lineup). The hint of exposed skin is spicy yet tasteful. — Marina Liao, senior fashion news editorIsabel Marant

Collina Strada

My favorite show from the whole month was Collina Strada. From the upbeat music to the mother-daughter duos walking side by side down the runway, the opening of NYFW was the epitome of happiness. And then there was the collection itself, which was chock-full of bright colors and lively prints. — Kelsey StewartCollina Strada

Raf Simons

Though his work at Prada is also excellent, something about Raf’s edgy-prep attitude had me imagining all the ways I could mix this collection into my work wardrobe. Yes, skeleton arm cuffs included. — Aemilia MaddenRaf Simons

Rejina Pyo

The entire Rejina Pyo collection was absolute perfection, but this look has been living in my head since the show in London. The details demanded my attention: The exaggerated collar, the mismatched buttons, the cuffs at the bottom of the trousers, the double handbags. — Maggie HaddadRejina Pyo