Editor's Picks from Europe: Favorite Looks from F/W 2012 Fashion Week

Our fashion team has selected the most awe-inspiring fashion statements to hit the runway this season.

Each day of Fall 2012 Fashion Week, dozens of designers showcase dozens of models wearing dozens of amazing new looks. So how do you keep track? With the help of our fashion team, who has selected the most awe-inspiring fashion statements to hit the runway.For more fashion week coverage, visit our all-access pass to Fall 2012 Fashion Week!
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Mary Katrantzou

London

No. 2 Pencil pants! How sharp!

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Mary Katrantzou

London

The grass is certainly greener on Mary Katrantzou's sweater dress, reminiscence of royal manicured gardens — topiaries included.

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Burberry

London

Christopher Bailey does it yet again: a new season, a new must-have trench. This one with peplum detailing in Prince of Wales checks.

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Christopher Kane

London

A Lisa Frank-esque print at Christopher Kane has us jonesing for our old sticker collection. Hers were always the coolest.

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Christopher Kane

London

You can't tell, but the fabric of this dress is that liquidy chain metal that's so fun to touch on key chains and purses. The Incredible Mr. Kane takes it to the next level with leather and woven flowers of plastic lanyard.

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Erdem

London

Erdem Moraglioglu proves he's not a one-hit wonder by taking his lady floral prints on an acid trip to the sixties. We're hooked.

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Marios Schwab

London

If this beauty were a stick of gum, it'd totally be Exotic Mint Breeze.

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Peter Pilotto

London

How do you say flawless in N'avi?

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Michael van der Ham

London

We like to call Michael van der Ham The Fabrician — he works magic with fabric! Love how his little black dress is both textured and strategically draped for those burrito-for-lunch kind of days.

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