The Best Looks From New York Fashion Week Spring 2015

#NYFW was a whirlwind, but we've highlighted some of the biggest trends and looks from the runway — is it time to start shopping?

1. Angel Sanchez

Angel Sanchez
 
In an ode to the '90s, Angel Sanchez reworked everyone’s favorite accessory to mock, the fanny-pack and made us think twice about going into spring without one! In a modern satin two-toned twist, his version of the fanny-pack is ultra-chic and quite possibly our must have accessory for spring. 
 

2. Carolina Herrera

Carolina Herrera
 
Deserving of its own wing at MOMA (Museum of Modern Art), this collection smartly blends traditional cuts with futuristic modernism. 

3. Charlotte Ronson

Charlotte Ronson
 
Looks like large polka dots and tiny floral prints are back! 

4. Custo Barcelona

Custo Barcelona
 
Cut-outs, knits and prints, oh my! This is not your average A-line dress in all the right ways! 

5. CZAR by Cesar Galindo

CZAR by Cesar Galindo
 
This show-stopping mosaic print maxi dress also comes in a super chic jumpsuit!  Way to go Cesar!

6. Diane von Furstenberg

Diane von Furstenberg
 
Traditional navy and white in a deconstructed floral pattern make this simple dress stand out.

7. Kate Spade

Kate Spade
 
Lively and full of bright colors, Kate Spade delivers a sporty twist on an otherwise prim and proper floral dress.

8. Mara Hoffman

Mara Hoffman
 
This vibrantly comfortable maxi-dress says ‘whisk me away to a tropical island for some revitalizing relaxation’!

9. Meskita

Meskita
 
White and gold take the runway by force at Meskita!

10. Nanette Lepore

Nanette Lepore
 
Daring to mix prints and stripes, Nanette Lepore delivers a stunning one-piece bathing suit paired with platforms in the must have color of spring: yellow!

11. Tibi

Tibi
 
Simple staples. Bold shoes. Expressive Hat. Minimalism at its best.

12. Oscar de la Renta

Oscar de la Renta
 
The perfect little white dress for spring!
 

13. Zac Posen

Zac Posen
 
Classic white never looked so chic! This funky knit is perfect for those cooler spring days!

 

14. Cynthia Rowley

Cynthia Rowley
 
This dress screams adventure. “I’m obsessed with sports in general.  I love the rainbows, I think they’re really badass.”  
 

15. The Blonds

The Blonds
 
Work it girl! “This collection is inspired by world-traveling, gansta genies; Marlena Dietrich as a chola!”
 

16. Angelo Rosa from the Art Institute

Angelo Rosa from the Art Institute
 
A punk rock twist on the classic evening gown complete with a leather v-neck and silver spikes on the shoulders, yes please! "[Mine is a] youthful, refined, and attainable collection that can be worn for years to come. [It] has a classic elegance which will translate from season to season."

17. Raul Penaranda

Raul Penaranda

Have a hot date? This sultry piece is guaranteed to turn heads for all the right reasons. “Inspired by the sultry modern woman, [this collection is about] the magnificence of understated beauty for a sultry modern woman who believes fashion is an extension of herself.“
 

18. Tracy Reese

Tracy Reese
 
This heavenly spaghetti strap dress is in springs must have color: yellow! ”We began this season thinking about the dancer. Especially Martha Graha, and her philosophy about life and the creative process – the ideals of discipline, craft, exuberance. We also explored the settings associated with graham’s work and extended that to particular landscapes populated by beautiful, colorful, succulent plants.”
 

19. Carmen Marc Valvo

Carmen Marc Valvo
 
Pleats, black and white never looked so right! “My garden is revitalized with the first signs of spring, by a modern marriage of metal and mesh couture classics of double face silk organza and gazaar.  Lengths are longer, legs caressed by organza blossoms in full swing.”