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Versace

Versace is the ultra-glam label that the all the model girls are wearing when they hit the town. Bella Hadid recently appeared in the campaign for Versace x Kith. In other words, Versace has its eye on the young ones, and the young ones have their eye on the '90s. The theme at today's collection was supposedly "grunge" but through a very Versace lens. Think: those signature Versace prints, knit layers, slip dresses and corsets, and a subtle glam thrift store vibe. Grunge by Donatella sounds like just what the young Millenials ordered. -Kerry PieriGetty Images

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Bottega Veneta

It was a new day at Bottega Veneta. After being helmed by Tomas Maier for 17 years, the fashion house debuted a new look under Daniel Lee for Fall 2019. Interestingly enough, Lee previously worked under Phoebe Philo at Celine-and his vision at Bottega may just fill the Old Celine void currently plaguing the fashion world. Lee’s debut collection was minimal without playing it safe-ranging from edgy leathers to feminine dresses. Quilted leather jackets and skirts kicked things off on a tougher note before a series of dresses with sculptural necklines drew attention to the collar bones. Sparkling out from the pack, mirrored shirt dresses added a bit of unexpected playfulness into the collection. Both feminine and edgy, it was the chic minimalism we’d been missing from Old Celine. -Lauren Alexis Fisher Getty Images

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Tod's

Get ready for leather weather. Fall 2019 is shaping up to be one big Matrix reboot, except instead of your go-to black, think colorful leathers done in cognac, burgundy, and moss green. Tod's did it best with a series of buttery leather pieces from oversized jackets to skirt sets and pants. Leopard served as a palette cleanser in-between a range of fall color palettes, all challenging you to go beyond your worn-in black leather moto jacket. -Lauren Alexis Fisher

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Emilio Pucci

The Fall 2019 collections have been bursting with color-and Pucci's was no exception. The Italian fashion house's signature has always been its whimsical prints, but at the core of this season's collection was a splash of bold colors done in unexpected pairings. A sky blue blouse styled with burgundy trousers and a bright orange button-down tucked into a pink pleated skirt were amongst the rich color blocked ensembles that stood out most. Say goodbye to your all-black winter wardrobe. -Lauren Alexis FisherCourtesy Pucci

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Prada

With Wednesday Addams hair and a starting point of the startlingly separate themes of "romance and fear," Prada once again delved into a deft mix of pretty and serious. A black wool off-the-shoulder coat and utility jackets somehow mingle perfectly alongside floral lace, pastel furs, and sparkly pumps. The bags are oversized and the shapes are mostly tailored, for the Prada woman who knows she needs to dress the part for her day job-but hasn't given up on her day dreams. -Kerry PieriGetty Images

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Fendi

It's almost impossible to fathom the creative loss that will be felt throughout fashion following Karl Lagerfeld's passing. His final collection for Fendi honored that creativity-showing the line under his signature in lights and with Karl's sketches of the collection at each seat. The actual looks weren't about tribute, though, it was simply the latest from Karl for Fendi-suiting and furs, those signature "need them now" pieces like giant bows and logo tights and sheer, tulle skirting worn with oversized blazers. It's cool and current and already all over our Insta feeds-exactly as the designer would have wanted it. -Kerry PieriGetty Images

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MaxMara

In the realm of PR opportunities, a politician in a poppy coat wouldn't normally rank high on a brand's wish list. But Nancy Pelosi's cinematic power look-featuring a red MaxMara, floor length coat from a 2012 collection-was arguably the unintended PR score of the year. The Speaker of the House wore the coat in question in December to the White House for a discussion about the government shutdown with President Trump. She emerged from the West Wing, shades on, like the chic superhero with an influential vote we were wishing for.

MaxMara is reissuing the Glamis style she wore at the end of March to capitalize on the moment. But the brand's creative director Ian Griffiths channeled that powerful woman vibe for the fall 2019 collection. The Carine Roitfeld-styled runway came complete with colorful, monochromatic fur looks, mixed with more staid, but equally chic beige, layered ensembles. In other words, it's for the modern woman to look fantastic and eye-catching now, and equally so in a half decade from now-or more. -Kerry PieriGetty Images

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Gucci

Alessandro Michele has been a breakout star in the fashion realm, but that hasn't made him immune to controversy. The designer has handled his missteps-specifically racially charged imagery on his runway, head-on, which could make the designer's inspiration of masks somewhat confounding. The show notes reference Hannah Arendt's 1958 book "The Human Condition." Specifically, Arendt "reminds us that we are persons when we choose the mask through which we appear on the world's stage...as a distinct and unique being among equals," says Arendt.

So perhaps, Michele is making a statement about the equality of humanity-how that plays into spiked collars, houndstooth suiting, Gucci logo knee pads, sweater dresses, and a '70s inspired tiger print coat remains a mystery. But Gucci's legions of fans will be pleased to see more, new Michele statements to invest in on today's runway. -Kerry PieriGetty Images

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Alberta Ferretti

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Jil Sander

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