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Fashion Week: 14 lessons from street style stars

New York Fashion Week Spring / Summer 2015 (Sept. 4-11) isn't just about expensive designer creations sashaying down the runway — it's also about the committed fashionistas posing for cameras outside the tents. We could learn a thing or two (including how to withstand heels for more than an hour):Crop-tops can work well into fall.Art isn't just for walls.Evening-wear can be extended into dayligh
A fashionista has her photo taken by street photographers outside Lincoln Center during New York Fashion Week in the Manhattan borough of New York Sep...
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New York Fashion Week Spring / Summer 2015 (Sept. 4-11) isn't just about expensive designer creations sashaying down the runway — it's also about the committed fashionistas posing for cameras outside the tents. We could learn a thing or two (including how to withstand heels for more than an hour):

Crop-tops can work well into fall.

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Art isn't just for walls.

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Evening-wear can be extended into daylight hours.

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Fashion is a family affair (at least for Rachel Zoe).

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The brighter the better when it comes to accessories.

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Who says you can't wear white after Labor Day? (Certainly not us.)

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You can spare your shorts a few more weeks in your September wardrobe.

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Bold footwear always makes a statement. 

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Midi-length can be flattering — just be sure to incorporate some heels.

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Sticking to one color can be just as chic as mastering the art of mixing it up.

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Headphones can double as accessories.

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Flare trousers — aka "bell bottoms" —are making a comeback (as modeled by Nina Garcia). 

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Monochrome outfits look effortlessly elegant.

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Beauty (and fashion) is in the eye of the beholder.

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