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This season we're bringing you a daily roundup of Milan Fashion Week's best street style looks, courtesy of The StyleographHead to our hub to see all of our Fashion Week coverage in one place!

Click through for an abundance of lace-up frocks, printed neckerchiefs, and glorious '70s-inspired prints. 

There are few pieces that add instant polish to your look, one of which is the white button-down shirt. Whether you’re teaming it with a pair of overalls or layering it underneath a cocktail dress, the end result always feels more put together than if you were wearing, say, a t-shirt. Because of this, we rounded up 12 exciting new ways to wear your white shirt this fall, and added a few for you to shop, too.

Undone, dark romance was a prent element of Simone Rocha's S/S 15 collection. Ruffles, feathered trim, and sheer fabrics combined forces to create looks that were at once seductive and innocent, harkening back to eras past.

The release of The Hollywood Reporter's annual list of Hollywood's best celebrity stylists is something we essentially have marked on our calendars each year—but this year they've gone above and beyond their once-yearly list with another list. This one gives a rundown of the top 25 red-carpet designers in Hollywood, as well as the megawatt muses who inspire their glamorous creations.

Welcome to our first Would You Wear It Wednesday fashion poll. Here’s the deal: Every Wednesday, we’ll provide one look for you to weigh in on, by telling us if you'd wear it.

New York-based brand Parker had very exciting news, and they brought together some of Hollywood’s most stylish ladies to celebrate. The news: Parker officially launched on Spring, a mobile marketplace app that makes shopping on your phone a cinch. Camilla Belle, Nikki Reed, Jaime King, and more turned up at The A List Showroom in Beverly Hills to shop Parker’s capsule collection for Spring, along with hand-crafted jewelry from Stella & Bow and skincare musts from Caudalie Beauty Bar. 

Burberry broke all the rules for their S/S 15 collection: not only did they present a colorful collection that is perhaps unprecedented since it was first founded in 1856, but they made the collection shoppable in real time as it hit the runway. The shoppable element of the show is something that's pretty much unheard of in the fashion world.

Backpacks, the ultimate back-to-school essential, have morphed into a completely grown-up trend. Unfortunately, the season’s coolest handbag is often accompanied by grown-up prices, too, which is why we’ve sourced 15 completely affordable backpacks for you to shop. From sleek and polished to casual and cool, you’re sure to find a suitable stylish option.

One of our favorite brands, Reformation, launched a six-piece suit collection today and we’re obviously obsessed. Each piece is available in three staple (and office-appropriate) colors. But the best part about this killer collection? It allows you to look powerful, professional, and stylish at the office and after hours. Who wouldn’t want to look like a total boss all day long? 

No longer just one to watch, Osman Yousefzada has established himself as an expert at designing elegant pieces featuring sumptuous details with an architectual feel. His S/S 15 collection was full of his signature minimalistic pieces, but with a cool mod spin.

1. Hallelujah. Beyoncé and Jay Z are confirmed to be working on an album together, their first official collaborative record. [Fact Mag]

The first photo from Lauren Conrad's wedding has arrived! The former Hills star took her walk down the aisle last weekend in sunny Southern California to say "I do" to longtime beau William Tell, and Us Weekly had exclusive access to the chic ceremony

In case you haven’t noticed, we’re in the middle of Denim Week here at the WWW offices. On today’s agenda: five under-the-radar jean brands. Even if you’re a creature of habit, loyal to your best-fitting pair of denim, we encourage you to check out these unique labels. Who knows? You might discover a new favorite that none of your friends will know about yet.

Tip of the Day: Tuck a polka-dot shirt into a pink pencil skirt for a go-to ladylike look. Toughen it up with noir accessories, like a choker and lace-up heels.

We can’t live without our collection of work shirts—polished button-downs and silk blouses appropriate for boardroom meetings and conferences—but we’d rather not buy a whole new wardrobe for our off-duty moments. The solution? Finding versatile tops that are great to wear to the office, but easy to style for weekends and nights out. Today, we’re bringing you 17 perfect work shirts you can wear year-round anywhere. Trust us, you’ll want to keep these at the front of your closet! 

As bona fide lovers of fashion, we like to think we take care of all our pieces with the love, care, and devotion they truly deserve, but from time to time, we slip up. And it turns out that there’s one thing many of us do with our handbags that we’re never, ever supposed to do.

When it comes to updating your closet for fall, the task is far more overwhelming than enjoyable. The seemingly endless choices of boots, jackets, and sweaters can quickly elevate your blood pressure from normal levels of excitement to annoying levels of stress.

For us ladies of a certain level of personal style, boyfriend jeans are more than a trend—they’re practically a way of life. We’ve been fans of the baggy, too-cool-to-care trousers for some time now—much longer than even our own boyfriends really know about.

You know when you repeat a word or phrase over and over again, and it starts to sound like a jumble of syllables that don’t mean anything? That’s how I felt with the phrase “dewy skin” while I was in New York for Fashion Week. Dewy skin. Doo-ee sken. Du-ee skyn. I probably heard it at least once at every show I covered backstage—and it’s no surprise, considering the fresh, glowy, no-makeup makeup look is evidently one of spring’s biggest trends. But here’s the thing—I’m so over it. I know, I know—how could I possibly be against this female-empowering mindset that Queen Bey herself spearheaded? (See: the Yoncé-inspired #Iwokeuplikethis hashtag, most likely still trending on Instagram.)

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The $2.51 billion footwear firm has made its first investment, in tech startup Jack Erwin, an e-tail footwear firm.

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The British singer will be sporting custom suits from the Calvin Klein Collection during his 2014 North American tour, which starts today in New York City.

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The Sandro store on Spring Street.

The standalone men’s store, a temporary space at 145 Spring Street in Manhattan, showcases the Sandro Homme men’s collection.

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The luxury group missed analysts’ estimates and blamed its latest performance on currency headwinds and “subdued” demand for luxury goods worldwide.

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Christopher Kane RTW Spring 2015

A spring season that showcased London designers' highly detailed, inventive and often arty creations left buyers upbeat about the city's fashion scene.

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Dwyane Wade

The NBA star chats with WWD about his latest Hublot watch design, his recent marriage to actress Gabrielle Union and his personal style.

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Capital expenditures at Neiman Marcus are expected to be $275 million for fiscal 2015.

In the months ahead, the Dallas-based luxury retailer intends to focus on carrying out new strategies and operations.

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Acra Stream by Corthay.

In the last three years, the Parisian cobbler has been ramping up his retail expansion, setting up stores in Hong Kong, Dubai and London.

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Bella Thorne made a surprise appearance at Milan Fashion Week with celebrity stylist Johnny Wujek by her side.

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Armani/Nobu in Milan.

The restaurant underwent a complete redesign this summer.

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A moodboard for Intimissimi On Ice Operapop.

Italian innerwear company Intimissimi has secured Williams for a performance at the brand’s event on Saturday.

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The online and catalogue retailer on Thursday will introduce the Great Boden Diaries, a new digital platform.

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As part of a company-wide mandate to “streamline the business,” the glossy eliminated six editorial positions on Friday.

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Condé Nast artistic director Anna Wintour has since seen lots of familiar faces join both Glamour and CNT.

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An image from the Lycra Moves You brand campaign.

Trade show producers have organized an enlarged and enhanced second take on bringing the French lingerie and swimwear exhibition to the U.S.

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A growing number of Chinese men are seeking professional help to dress and look better.

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Gucci RTW Spring 2015

Milan Fashion Week opened with sexed-up glamour, lavish embellishment, hippie charm and some innovative takes on denim.

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WWD Man of the Week: September 18, 2014

The star of the suspense thriller "No Good Deed" channels red-carpet black tie with ease and style in his perfectly fitted, shawl-lapel tuxedo.

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As managing director of corporate marketing solutions, O’Connor is tasked to expand the company's marketing footprint with leading advertisers.

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Backstage at Gucci RTW Spring 2015

Makeup artist Pat McGrath and hairstylist Orlando Pita created the beauty look backstage.

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This hump day marks the beginning of Milan Fashion Week, and as they say: when

Fashion is taken very seriously. I take it seriously too — if not because much of

Whether you hate the song or not, your favorite show’s intro music can’t just go changing

It is often said that there are two runways at fashion week. First, there is the previously-deemed

To plop someone into the belly of a scene they don’t frequent is jarring. It turns them into niche, proverbial family

Save for the heaviest hitting shows of the week, which have already achieved largely commercial

Ah, fashion week, it comes and goes as quickly as a thirsty snail carrying a

Congratulations on making it halfway through September without accidentally lighting yourself on fire (or some other Mars-related

It’s 6PM. Shows are definitely more on time here. Look how many people have already found

New York Fashion Week is finally over. You may be thrilled that you don’t have to see

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For look 9 of my fashion week diary, I’m wearing a camo blouse by Sanctuary with Alexander McQueen flats, a vintage skirt, Carolina Herrera...

Put it this way: Anya Hindmarch destroys anything boring when it comes to her handbag collections. If you remember her detergent totes and dancing...

This season, Christopher Kane’s show was about more than showcasing his ensembles. As a former Saint Martins student of the late Professor Louise Wilson,...

London Fashion Week has swiftly come and gone and while everyone is already on their way south to Milan, the last five jam-packed days...

The sharp precision that Antonio Berardi is known for continued this season, although the designer’s starting point felt a little different. ‘Opulence within turbulence’...

Moving away from their typical power prints, design duo Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos unveiled a dazzling array of iridescent finishes, three dimensional...

While many designers have been taking us on a trip back in time for SS15, Mary Katrantzou took the throwback to a whole different...

Creative Director Blue Farrier turned to simple energy, depictions of movement; running horses and naive florals for Issa’s spring/summer collection. Things felt incredibly fresh...

We don’t think it’s exaggerative to say that Christopher Bailey’s Burberry offering is one of the most highly-anticipated, and mass-watched on live stream, at...

Perhaps the first thing of note in Simone Rocha’s show was the hair: curled, strewn over the face in a somewhat menacing manner and...

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