These 4 New Trends Will Be Everywhere

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Today marks the final day of New York Fashion Week, and just like that, the first leg of Fashion Month is over. While designers in London, Milan and Paris are on deck to present their takes on the next spring and summer season, New York has ushered in a handful of trends we’re sure will be key for 2018. What’s in store? The next It shade, a must-have bag and a renewed take on denim we’re more than thrilled for. Get the scoop ahead.

Adam Katz Sinding

Spring 2018 Trends From New York Fashion Week

Red is the It shade for fall and winter, but come spring, prepare to lighten up your palette with lavender. We're already seeing the pretty pastel on everything from knits to accessories, as accents or styled head to toe.

Courtesy of Victoria Beckham

Victoria Beckham

Courtesy of Victoria Beckham

Victoria Beckham

Courtesy of Victoria Beckham

Victoria Beckham

Courtesy of Sies Marjan

Sies Marjan

Photo: Sarah Blais. Courtesy of Beaufille

Beaufille

Photo: Sarah Blais. Courtesy of Beaufille

Beaufille

Courtesy of Ulla Johnson

Ulla Johnson

Courtesy of Ulla Johnson

Ulla Johnson

Courtesy of Creatures of Comfort

Creatures of Comfort

Courtesy of Creatures of Comfort

Creatures of Comfort

Courtesy of Baja East

Baja East

Courtesy of Baja East

Baja East

Courtesy of Tibi

Tibi

Courtesy of Tibi

Tibi

Courtesy of Tibi

Tibi

Courtesy of Tibi

Tibi

Courtesy of Michael Kors Collection

Michael Kors Collection

Courtesy of Michael Kors Collection

Michael Kors Collection

Courtesy of Michael Kors Collection

Michael Kors Collection

Courtesy of The Row

The Row

Courtesy of Rosie Assoulin

Rosie Assoulin

They may get a bad rap, but belt bags are having a big moment (thank you, Gucci). Spring's silhouettes extend beyond sporty fanny packs to a modern look—our favorites involve embroidered straw, sleek leather and gingham.

Courtesy of Creatures of the Wind

Creatures of the Wind

Courtesy of Creatures of the Wind

Creatures of the Wind

Courtesy of Creatures of the Wind

Creatures of the Wind

Courtesy of Zimmermann

Zimmermann

Courtesy of Zimmermann

Zimmermann

Courtesy of Zimmermann

Zimmermann

Courtesy of Zimmermann

Zimmermann

Courtesy of Marc Jacobs

Marc Jacobs

Courtesy of Marc Jacobs

Marc Jacobs

Courtesy of Marc Jacobs

Marc Jacobs

Courtesy of Marc Jacobs

Marc Jacobs

Courtesy of Solace London

Solace London

Courtesy of Solace London

Solace London

Photo: Gerardo Somoza. Courtesy of Public School

Public School

Courtesy of Noon by Noor

Noon by Noor

Courtesy of Noon by Noor

Noon by Noor

Denim. We gotta have it, right? For spring, designers are sprucing up jeans by pairing slouchy legs, high waists and raw hems with elegant tops and tailored jackets for work and into evening. We're so on board.

Courtesy of Brandon Maxwell

Brandon Maxwell

Photo: Evan Miller. Courtesy of Monse

Monse

Courtesy of Oscar De La Renta

Oscar De La Renta

Courtesy of Tibi

Tibi

Courtesy of Tom Ford

Tom Ford

Courtesy of Alexander Wang

Alexander Wang

Courtesy of Jonathan Simkhai

Jonathan Simkhai

Photo: Maria Valentino. Courtesy of Adam Selman

Adam Selman

Taking athleisure into new territory, swishy, sporty fabrics are seeing a lot of play from anorak jackets to low-slung trousers. Make this trend wearable by juxtaposing with more polished pieces.

Courtesy of Dion Lee

Dion Lee

Courtesy of Dion Lee

Dion Lee

Courtesy of Dion Lee

Dion Lee

Photo: Giovanni Giannoni. Courtesy of Calvin Klein

Calvin Klein

Photo: Giovanni Giannoni. Courtesy of Calvin Klein

Calvin Klein

Photo: Giovanni Giannoni. Courtesy of Calvin Klein

Calvin Klein

Photo: Giovanni Giannoni. Courtesy of Calvin Klein

Calvin Klein

Courtesy of Fenty Puma By Rihanna

Fenty Puma By Rihanna

Courtesy of Fenty Puma By Rihanna

Fenty Puma By Rihanna

Courtesy of Fenty Puma By Rihanna

Fenty Puma by Rihanna

Photo: Gerardo Somoza. Courtesy of Public School

Public School

Photo: Gerardo Somoza. Courtesy of Public School

Public School

Photo: Gerardo Somoza. Courtesy of Public School

Public School