The Best Looks from the Spring 2017 Collections

Eye candy to inspire your next shopping spree.

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Tung Walsh

Sick of sporting the same heavy winter coat and boots? Escape the monotony of your cold-weather wardrobe by daydreaming about the looks you'll want to wear come spring. Kicky pastels, bold stripes, statement jackets, and sheer skirts make up just a few of our editors' favorite new-season looks, all featured in this month's issue. Enjoy!

Alexander McQueen

Some serious Xena: Warrior Princess vibes.

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Saint Laurent

Proof that the '80s are back in a big way.

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Balmain

Bold stripes and bare shoulders will make you the envy of every summer wedding.

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Balenciaga

Super-bright head-to-toe color is a guaranteed way to slay the season.

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Chanel

Leave it to Karl to serve up something equal parts bohemian and streetwear-inspired.

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Dior

Maria Grazia Chiuri's debut included fencing jackets and tulle skirts.

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Coach 1941

Stuart Vevers somehow manages to give everything that "epic vintage find" vibe.

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Coach 1941

Suddenly, our favorite black leather jacket just doesn't seem to cut it anymore.

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Coach 1941

A plush fur with biker-babe vibes? Perfection.

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Dolce & Gabbana

A menswear-inspired spin on the "queen for a day" look.

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Giorgio Armani

Out-chic everyone in a plunging blazer dress.

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Gucci

Alessandro Michele continues to look at modern fashion with a historical eye—and we can't get enough.

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Lanvin

Inventive takes on the classic white pantsuit marked Bouchra Jarrar's inaugural collection.

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Louis Vuitton

A sophisticated take on streetwear (that you can totally sport at the office).

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Max Mara

A jumpsuit made for the urban jungle.

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Michael Kors

We're mod for the designer's '60s-feeling floral prints. (Sorry/had to.)

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Ralph Lauren

It's official: Ivory is the new black.

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Michael Kors

Puff sleeves give this frock a charmingly 1940s feel.

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Valentino

The maxi dress to end all maxi dresses.

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Versace

Donatella redefines the term "club kid." Count us in.

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