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The master of cut, drape and refined color, the Colombian-born designer is loved by fashion critics and celebrities alike (Tilda Swinton sat front row at the fall show). His fall collection includes cinched waist jackets and fluid silk blouses in a palette of rich berry tones.
Make way for Marni! The cult label's ready-to-wear collection is here. Designer Consuelo Castiglioni's fall lineup includes color-pop capes, gold brocade suits and dresses stamped with supersized blooms.
It's all about slippers this season! Slip into a style in preppy stripes or playful animal print by this Shanghai-based shoe line.
If you're looking for cool pants, this is the place to go. Les Chiffoniers made its name with luxe leggings and fall sees the cult wardrobe staple reinterpreted in bold jewel tones.
The Parisian house gets a cool new spin thanks to creative directors Humberto Leon and Carol Lim, the duo behind New York's Opening Ceremony. On our list? The utilitarian cover-ups and graphic print pants.
Go downtown in leather miniskirts, slinky silk maxis and hand-finished knits by this contemporary brand. The creation of three Swedish sisters, Dagmar is a hit list of urban essentials.
Parisian jeweler Gaia Repossi's intricate designs are a hit with the style set, with everyone from Diane Kruger to Rihanna wearing her pieces. On our list? The rose gold lace ring and diamond studded bands.
Punctuate fall outfits with a pair of gloves in leopard print or patent leather from this French label, founded in 1892.
Debuting for fall, Skaist-Taylor is the new label from Juicy Couture founders Gela Nash-Taylor and Pamela Skaist-Levy. Expect a contemporary take on California boho chic.
With its lineup of graphic color-pop knits and slouchy boyfriend sweaters, Australian cashmere label Banjo & Matilda is the definition of laid-back luxe.
Stamped with prints inspired by the work of legendary tattoo artist Horiyoshi III the cashmere and silk scarves from this Japanese-based label add edge to any look.
The new need-to-know name when it comes to fabulous bags? Sophie Hulme. The London designer's totes and structured satchels are minimalist with a tough twist.
The glamorous jewelry label is branching out into ready-to-wear. Taking inspiration from 1920s Berlin, the line features lace and silk slip dresses with crystal detailing and ornate embellished jackets.
You have the dress, now complete the look with Roland Mouret's shoes. Highlights of the designer's footwear line include vintage-inspired T-bar platforms and elegant ankle boots.
The down jacket receives a high-fashion makeover in the hands of heritage French brand Pyrenex.
Think futuristic neoprene parkas and bomber jackets in gleaming white.