My, What Big Sleeves You Have: The Flounciest, Most Interesting Tops from Fashion Week

Spontaneous jazz hands are imminent.

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Logical that, if the ear is the new erogenous zone, then the shoulder, and from there, the arm, must follow. Here, see how designers are showcasing the area from glenohumeral joint to wrist. Caution: You will want a leg o' mutton after.

Rodarte

Pretty, pretty princess or linebacker? The Mulleavys ask: Why not both? 

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Delpozo

Perfect for secreting your lap dogs onto the subway without putting them in a bag. 

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Rosie Assoulin

You're hot then you're cold. Then you're hot, but that's what the sleeveless side is for. 

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J.W. Anderson

Henry VIII meets fencing meets a straitjacket = my new aesthetic. 

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Preen by Thornton Bregazzi

The Fred Perry polo on acid. 

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Simone Rocha

Trench? The Abominable Bride? We'll take it all. 

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Erdem

So romantic, that looseness from the elbow down. 

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Peter Pilotto

Mega—in more ways than one. 

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Burberry

Brocade puff sleeves Frankenstein-ed onto a classic trench. 

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Marques Almeida

Love co-ords. Love voluminous bracelet sleeves even more.

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Gucci

If "dancing" for you is code for "I can only move one half of my body at a time," these tiered ruffles and a decent shoulder shimmy are the answer to all your problems. 

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Monse

No soup or sauces when you're wearing this one, that's for sure. 

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Loewe

So great for sneaking contraband Haribo gummy bears into the theater, no? 

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Céline

A little sculptural, a little labial, though I might be projecting. 

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Ellery

Then we've got the queen of interesting sleeve work, Kym Ellery, coming in with the pom-pom ponytail of shirts. <3

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