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Check our our first batch of fab street snaps from Fashion Week below. More to come...

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Sure we spotted fedoras and trapper hats galore at Fashion Week, but the strongest statement in head gear this week: turbans. From silk to wool, solids to prints, stylish show-goers were scarfing it up.




















Adrienne Vittadini's Fashion Week runway show featured beauty greats including Niki Taylor, Frederique van der Wal, Carmen Dell'Orefice, Roshumba Williams, and Carol Alt. Their glowing makeup was the work of Hourglass Beauty Director, Michael Pierce. Avon Advance Techniques created the natural hair looks.

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There ain't nothin' new about showgoers donning basic black during Fashion Week. But last week's most stylish stepped out in black worn against white, creating contrast and a fresh new look. The youngest fashionista in the crowd?  Three-year old Tessa, who's wearing Alberta Ferretti, David Charles, Moschino and Gymboree!




















While the temps at Fashion Week weren't exactly signaling the onset of spring, the lightweight fabrics with pretty patterns peeking out beneath winter coats were. Here, a look at the prints that popped up on women and men alike last week.



























Every now and again, amongst the phalanxes of Fashion Weekers wearing all-black, there was color. From aqua vests to red coats to cobalt blue suits to yellow shoes and hair, we bring you the brightest spots in the crowd.























Everywhere we turned at Fashion Week, we spotted the wedge heel. Here, a look at the wide-range of wedges that walked on by.

Are you wearing or wanting wedges now? Please share your faves with us.






















Designers and showgoers topped things off at NY Fashion Week with brimless, floppy beanies. You gotta' admit--these slouchy wool caps are somewhat reminiscent of the Smurf hat.


























While the carpet down which they sauntered might have been a deep shade of red, the color that stood out on celeb lips last night was anything but bold. Here, Scarlett, Michelle, Nicole, Melissa, Jennifer, Halle, Gwyneth, Cate, Penelope and Helena go nude at the Oscars. 


















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Today's Beautiful Expert, Kenneth Downing, Fashion Director of Neiman Marcus, calls purple a prime color for spring. From lavender to fucshia to grape, stars like Mila, Marisa, Natalie, Scarlett and Cate stepped out in the hot hue at last night's Oscars show.





















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