The Top Trends From Fashion Month To Start Wearing Now

After a glorious four weeks of fashion month glamour, the Fall 2016 collections came to a close yesterday in Paris, and with that the deluge of stellar shows is over. Even the most savvy fashionista can find the resulting aftermath dizzying. Whether you’re a designer aficionado or just casually curious, we’ve culled 11 of the most important trends from New York, London, Milan and Paris and compiled shoppable picks. Peruse the options for a head start on the up-and-coming styles.

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The Top Fall 2016 Trends

Stella McCartney, Celine, Ellery. Photos: Imaxtree

Crisp shirting that hits at mid-thigh provides a much-welcomed update to the classic staple.

Giambattista Valli, Rodarte, John Galliano. Photos: Imaxtree

From flowing to floral, unbalanced silhouettes on top feel fresh.

Christian Dior, Vanessa Seward, Mary Katrantzou. Photos: Imaxtree

Poppy prints and playful hues add quirk to prim separates.

Chloe, Balmain, Alexander McQueen. Photos: Imaxtree

Cascading ruffles lend an ultra-feminine touch to any outfit.

Marques'Almeida, Miu Miu, Kenzo. Photos: Imaxtree

The fabric of the season, denim —in everything from structured sets to unique separates—reigns supreme.

Edun, Proenza Schouler, Mulberry. Photos: Imaxtree

This hard-to-miss hue promises to light up any fall wardrobe.

Louis Vuitton, Valentino, Versace. Photos: Imaxtree

Toppers in boxy and oversize silhouettes are updated in high-shine, glossy fabrics.

Alberta Ferretti, Dries Van Noten, Tommy Hilfiger. Photos: Imaxtree

Embrace the ongoing pajama trend by choosing sets rendered in velvets and luscious silks.

Burberry, Isabel Marant, Calvin Klein. Photos: Imaxtree

The classic print returns to its grunge roots, looking best when paired with leather extras and hefty boots.

Tome, Akris, Tibi. Photos: Imaxtree

The universally flattering wine hue returns to the fall rotation.

Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, Altuzarra. Photos: Imaxtree

Shimmering separates in shades of rose and dusty pink beg to be worn beyond special occasions.