Editors' Picks: Top Looks from Europe Fall 2013 Fashion Week

After New York Fashion Week ends, the designer showcases extend several weeks afterward with London, Milan, and Paris Fashion Weeks continuing to display the most groundbreaking new looks on the catwalk. Our team of editors have selected our favorite

After New York Fashion Week ends, the designer showcases extend several weeks afterward with London, Milan, and Paris Fashion Weeks continuing to display the most groundbreaking new looks on the catwalk. Our team of editors have selected our favorite runway looks from Europe, right here. For more fashion week coverage, visit our all-access pass to Fall 2013 Fashion Week!
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House of Holland

London

Channeling the '60s, this groovy House of Holland look stood out among the rest of the design house's most recent collection with its fabulous winged sunnies, bright green skirt and swirly knee socks. —Maura Brannigan

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Mulberry

London

There's nothing quite as luxe as this fur coat complete with a ribbed leather belt. Those buckled loafers and crisp white shirt were an excellent pairing to make this outfit all the more timeless. —Maura Brannigan

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Temperley London

London

The London-based label Temperley London created this salute to all things preppy with this Betty Draper-esque runway look. The black gloves and slicked-back hairstyle were a nice touch, as well. —Maura Brannigan

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L'Wren Scott

London

L'Wren Scott is internationally known for never being shy about over-the-top details, and this bling-tastic gold look is no exception. There's just so much on which to comment in this ensemble: the matching, multi-faceted cape and pants, the incredibly bright blue lining and, our favorite part, the sequined vest. —Maura Brannigan

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Matthew Williamson

London

Combining gem tones with the oh-so-hot cosmic print trend (hello, aurora borealis), this Matthew Williamson ensemble strikes us as something out of a dream. —Maura Brannigan

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Christopher Kane

London

Leave it to Scottish designer Christopher Kane to create this detailed dress in a fun electric purple that conveys both elegance and playfulness. Plus, those patent boots are totally a year-long staple. We're obsessed. —Maura Brannigan

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Pringle of Scotland

London

This winter white dress and over-the-shoulder cardigan combo from Pringle of Scotland is equally as fresh as it is cool weather-appropriate. —Maura Brannigan

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Erdem

London

This floral dress and blazer from Erdem is absolutely lovely — we especially love the mesh detail and black silk lining. These highlighter shades are also a huge trend for fall, and we can't wait to see them in action! —Maura Brannigan

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Burberry Prorsum

London

Top model Cara Delevingne absolutely rocked this Burberry Prorsum look complete with a fur-print top, heart-embellished undies, and transparent skirt. Not sure if we could pull off this skirt situation, but please do sign us up for that sweater. —Maura Brannigan

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Tom Ford

London

Major design house Tom Ford brought this near-blinding (in a good way) skirt-suit and boots combo to the catwalk with incredibly crafty and original patchwork detail. —Maura Brannigan

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Gucci

Milan

This look from Gucci shines, quite literally, thanks to the gown's brilliant sheen and, less literally, due to its genius mix of an edgy fishnet bodice and more feminine feather sleeves. —Maura Brannigan

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Alberta Ferretti

Milan

Remember the velour tracksuit trend from the early 2000s? Alberta Ferretti has taken its luxury and class and translated it into a much more visually appealing gown in this vibrant royal purple shade. —Maura Brannigan

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Max Mara

Milan

Black leather, everywhere, at Max Mara. We're so in love with edginess of this look that we'll be eagerly scouting stores (both online and in-person) for this jacket to hit shelves. —Maura Brannigan

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Fendi

Milan

More feathers from Fendi in this embellished pink look. We'll be dreaming of that candy colored hair, too, for nights to come. —Maura Brannigan

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Prada

Milan

We were stunned by this Americana-inspired look in Prada's mega-amazing show. The dress' gingham-esque pattern and high-fashion-appropriate off-shoulder look was a definite show-stopper. —Maura Brannigan

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Blumarine

Milan

We've always been a sucker for Blumarine's impossibly feminine and darling designs, and this ruffled blouse, shimmery blazer, and pleated skirt look almost too delicate to wear. —Maura Brannigan

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Versace

Milan

In a look that literally only Versace could pull off, this head-to-toe red leather jacket and pants combo may not be the most comfortable thing on the runway, but it sure does turn heads. —Maura Brannigan

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Bottega Veneta

Milan

Bottega Veneta officially created one of our favorite looks to come down the runway this season with this pleated shoulder, red-embellished gown. Those adorable lace-up cream shoes are just the icing on the cake. —Maura Brannigan

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Roberto Cavalli

Milan

Menswear gets a chic, feminine update with this trim, studded tux from Roberto Cavalli. It's a classic look with a more timely (and gorgeous!) update. —Maura Brannigan

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Emilio Pucci

Milan

Season after season, Emilio Pucci delivers a show so full of luxe details and totally original concepts that he leaves our minds perpetually boggled. This incredibly ornate mini-dress and understated loafers is a dress that has just enough flair to make it highly memorable, but not enough to put it over-the-top. —Maura Brannigan

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Marni

Milan

We love the light, buttery coloring of this whole runway look from Marni, down to every last detail. Sidenote: We're seriously in the market for some metal-tipped loafers, so consider us hooked. —Maura Brannigan

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Dolce & Gabbana

Milan

Dolce & Gabbana absolutely stole Milan Fashion Week for us. The show was fit for royalty with elegant, oversized jewels, crowns, and rich gem tones. Amazing. —Maura Brannigan

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Salvatore Ferragamo

Milan

Fact: We may or may not have picked this Salvatore Ferragamo look solely (well, almost) due to those white go-go boots. Sally Draper would definitely understand our obsession. —Maura Brannigan

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Giorgio Armani

Milan

Never ones to steer away from the drama, Giorgio Armani brought this elegant, navel-grazing gown down the runway and we're eternally grateful. —Maura Brannigan

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Guy Laroche

Paris

In the "it" color of the season, this moto-inspired jacket and trouser combo absolutely rocked the runway at Guy Laroche's Paris show. Complete with a pointed patent shoe and slicked hair, this model perfectly balances too-cool-for-school with girly and feminine. —Maura Brannigan

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Dries Van Noten

Paris

Dries Van Noten presented this fringe- and rhinestone-accented dress, and it's so different from the rest of the label's show that we can't stop thinking about it. We're not sure the occasion at which we'd wear it, but we're more than happy to just stare it for now. —Maura Brannigan

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Rochas

Paris

Rochas brought the 1920s Casablanca feel to Paris Fashion Week. This mid-thigh length fur coat is just the kind of thing you would’ve seen Ingrid Burgman wearing alongside Humphrey Bogart. Such a classic. —Marie Southard

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Rochas

Paris

As the seasons change, this is just the kind of outfit perfect for strolling through autumn-leaved parks. The natural tones of the cardigan and floral skirt give this look a vintage meets modern hipster feel, and we love it! —Marie Southard

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Mugler

Paris

The best way to describe Mugler’s fall line has to be futuristic chic. We love the Star Trek-esque feel to this platinum dress, and those neon accents on the neckline and sleeves are simply awesome. —Marie Southard

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Mugler

Paris

The future is near now that Mulger is here. This fur top and gold skirt combo looks like just the kind of thing that we’d see in an up-and-coming sci-fi film. And that matching headband is all kinds of fabulous for fall.

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