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New York's Fashion Week may be a foggy memory of feathers, hats, and sequins, but we're still sifting through the looks. We combed hundreds of shows to find fall 2007's ten biggest trends, from silhouettes to shoes. Now you just have to find somewhere to wear them.

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(1.) Your silhouette will slim down.
Fall's shapes are far narrower than spring's bubbles and trapezes. Marc Jacobs and Calvin Klein led the slim charge, with belted coats and tailored dresses respectively.


From left: Oscar de la Renta, Thakoon, Zac Posen, Ralph Lauren, Anna Sui  

(2.) You'll channel the queen.
Tweed can be hard to pull off—it tends toward bulky, frumpy, and way too royal family. Thakoon handled it lightly on an elegant coat, while Ralph Lauren and Oscar de le Renta made it classic, not dowdy.


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