Winter Fashion: Looks Inspired By The Runway

Elements of the high fashion presented on the runway always find their way into stores. Designers like Diane Von Furstenburg, Max Mara and Chanel are on point with their winter collections. This season, metallics, velvet and folksy patterns are trending on the catwalk. Classic menswear with a feminine twist is also hot.

Here are our picks for wearable looks inspired by Fashion Week.

Tailored Jacket and Pleat Front Pant

Winter Fashion 2017-18
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Shown in: Lipstick/New Navy/Marine

$598 and $468 from Diane Von Furstenberg;

Tartan Cotton Gabardine Trench Coat

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Shown in: Bright Navy

$2,395 from Burberry;

Beaded Paisley Maxi Dress

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Shown in: Turquoise

$228 from Anthropologie;

Astrakhan-Effect Hat

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Shown in: Camel

$275 from Max Mara;

Ellis Boot

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Shown in: Black/Camel ML

$595 from Rag & Bone;

Strawberry Fields Fitzgerald Earrings

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$150 by Ayala Bar at Cargo;

Mace Velvet Jacket

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Shown in: Notte

$328.00 at Joie;

Chanel Necklace

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Shown in: Silver, Gold, Transparent & Pearly White

$2,650 by Chanel;

Lanidor Embellished Coat

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129.90 EUR at Lanidor;

Prilla Fringe Cowl Neck Sweater

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Shown in: Latte

$150 by Cupcakes and Cashmere at Nordstrom;

Murette Diamond-Pattern Sweater

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Shown in: Cotswold Blue Multi

$228 by Soft Joie at Bloomingdales;

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Kimberly Dijkstra
Kimberly Dijkstra is the web editor for Anton Media Group, a writer for Long Island Weekly and recipient of several Press Club of Long Island (PCLI) and New York Press Association (NYPA) awards.

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