5 Trends From New York Fashion Week You Need to Know About

Kanye West isn't annoying anyone today (yet!), Anna Wintour is back at Vogue, models are eating donuts again, and Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid are back home in Cali. You know what that means? Yet another New York Fashion Week has come to a close.

Spring 2015 Fashion Trend: Fringe

Spring 2015 Fashion Trend: Fringe

Discover how you can bring your favorite designer looks straight from the runway and into your home this spring by meshing fashion and interiors.

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We've spent hours sifting through all of the photos and watching far too many Snapchat live streams in order to bring you the top five design trends that we think will make their way straight from the runway into your living rooms.

FRINGE

Lela Rose Spring 2016 for New York Fashion Week

Lela Rose Spring 2016 for New York Fashion Week

A model walks the runway wearing Lela Rose Spring 2016 during New York Fashion Week.

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Fernanda Calfat/NYFW: The Shows/Getty Images

The biggest trend we noticed during NYFW was fringe. In fact, it was difficult to find a skirt, jacket or handbag that wasn't covered in fringe. If you want to jump on the bandwagon, try finding a textured throw or a pillow with some fringe detail. Vintage rugs often have longer fringed edges and work with a variety of decorating styles. Macrame wall hangings even loosely embrace the fringe trend, especially the ones that are done in a looser style.

Photo by: Nordstrom, Inc.

Nordstrom, Inc.

TIE-DYE

Kerastase Spring 2016 for New York Fashion Week

Kerastase Spring 2016 for New York Fashion Week

A model walks the runway wearing Kerastase Paris at Thakoon Spring 2016 during New York Fashion Week.

Photo by: Arun Nevader/Kerastase/Getty Images

Arun Nevader/Kerastase/Getty Images

If you're still loving the shibori tie-dye trend, then you're in luck because tie-dye looks were all over the runway for spring 2016. You can easily add some fun tie-dye touches with dyed napkins or tablecloths. And tablecloths aren't just for dining room tables! Try draping one over a console or even your coffee table to quickly update your look.

Photo by: Etsy, Inc. / Izzy & Piper Treasures

Etsy, Inc. / Izzy & Piper Treasures

STRIPES

Tommy Hilfiger Spring 2016 for New York Fashion Week

Tommy Hilfiger Spring 2016 for New York Fashion Week

A model walks the runway at the Tommy Hilfiger Women's Spring Summer 2016 fashion show during the New York Fashion Week.

Photo by: Victor VIRGILE/Getty Images

Victor VIRGILE/Getty Images

While stripes were all over the runway, we don’t necessarily consider this one a new trend, as it never truly goes away. But our prediction is that you can expect to see even more stripes in home decor over the next six months. To give this classic pattern a whirl, try introducing some striped accessories into your space, like boxes or trinket catchalls for your coffee table or dresser top. This striped shower curtain would also make a bold statement in your bath.

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west elm

PATTERN EXPLOSION

BCBGMAXAZRIA Spring/Summer 2016 for New York Fashion Week

BCBGMAXAZRIA Spring/Summer 2016 for New York Fashion Week

A model walks the runway at the BCBGMAXAZRIA fashion show during the Spring Summer 2016 New York Fashion Week.

Photo by: Victor VIRGILE/Getty Images

Victor VIRGILE/Getty Images

Many designers went absolutely pattern bonkers for spring 2016 by mixing colors, textures and prints in sometimes seemingly haphazard ways. But the non-matchy-matchy mix was also refreshing and represents a fun nod to the boho aesthetic. Try mixing some colorfully patterned throw pillows for an easy way to try this trend out.

Photo by: Society6

Society6

COMFORT IS KING

Public School Spring 2016 for New York Fashion Week

Public School Spring 2016 for New York Fashion Week

A model walks the runway wearing Public School Spring 2016 during New York Fashion Week.

Photo by: Thomas Concordia/WireImage

Thomas Concordia/WireImage

Sneakers, PJ pants and simple shift dresses — comfort was a big trend during NYFW. While it might seem challenging to directly translate this trend, it's a nice reminder that we should put some extra effort into making our homes our sanctuary. Perhaps it's time for a new set of luxe sheets or a super plush rug.

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Overstock

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On the Runway: Whether you're perusing the farmer's market, hitting the beach or packing a picnic basket, wear a graphic gingham. Spring is all about that classic check pattern that feels beachy and retro. Design by Tsumori Chisato

In the Home: Designer Brian Patrick Flynn proves gingham is an ideal pattern for both men and women. To put a gender-neutral spin on gingham, choose a feminine color such as pink or coral for tailored upholstery and use chrome nailheads. The combination, he says, will create a menswear-inspired look that's also female-friendly.

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On the Runway: Don't worry – you don't have to hit the gym to rock this look. From racing stripes and polo-style shirts, let a few sporty details bring this chic look to life. Design by Alexander Wang

In the Home: Designer Frank Slesinski created a gallery wall with antique prints of sports and displayed oversized books on automobiles to showcase this sports writer's interests in a unique way.

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On the Runway: Seventies style is in full, er – swing. Designers were using the embellishment as a statement piece on the runway, like fringed skirts, dresses with a fringe bottom or a top with cascading fringe pieces. Design by ICB

In the Home: This luxurious Hollywood bedroom gets an extra glamorous touch with a triple fringed pendant that hangs just above the bedside table. Design by Jennifer Dyer

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On the Runway: Black and white is a classic color pairing that feels timeless and comfortable. This season's take on the duo? Mod patterns and silhouettes that make the hues look fresh. Design by Chanel

In the Home: This custom black and white backsplash by DiFabion Remodel creates an eye-catching backdrop in a transitional, all-black kitchen.

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On the Runway: Military garb in shades of army green have been dominating the runways. From buckles and buttons to cargo pockets and military-style vests, we salute the utilitarian look for spring. Design by Marissa Webb

In the Home: This guest bedroom is right on trend with an eclectic mix of antique and contemporary furnishings, black and white graphic wallpaper and an olive green accent wall. The best way to keep deep greens from looking drab or dated is by using black, white or its complementary colors.

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On the Runway: If you need a splash of color but still feel a bit conservative, this color combo may be right down your alley. The contrast is ultra-eye-catching and perfect for the changing seasons. Plus, picking up something in a shade like navy is sure to be a wardrobe staple for years to come. Design by Rachel Sin

In the Home: A stunning palette of blue hues and crisp white create a beautiful ocean-inspired bedroom. A mix of patterns and prints prove that just two colors can alone craft the most gorgeous spaces. Design by Musso Design Group

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On the Runway: Trade in your statement tees and cutoff denim for something with retro-chic flair. Hit up this year's hottest festivals wearing flowing chiffon tops, bohemian dresses, embroidered ankle boots, silk scarves and printed wide-leg pants. Embrace your inner flower girl! Design by Valentino

In the Home: This master bedroom features an ethereal design scheme, including chic, Bohemian elements like the floral curtains and brass pendant light. Matching throw pillows pair beautifully with the hand-painted blue and white ombre walls. Design by SuzAnn Kletzien

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On the Runway: To kick this trend into high gear, mix various shades of white or neutrals and add lots of texture. Think chunky knits, soft cottons and linen for a look that feels perfectly classic. Design by Ralph Lauren

In the Home: Likewise, nothing feels more sleek and sophisticated than an all-white room. In this contemporary and spacious master bathroom, designer Claire Paquin uses a crisp, white palette and silver accents to create an open and airy feel.

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On the Runway: This season it's all about what you can do with denim and we're seeing it all – coats, jumpsuits, dresses – you name it! Design by Gucci

In the Home: Denim is a hard-working material in both fashion and interiors. When it comes to kids and pets, a durable denim sofa slipcover will keep your furniture safe from stains and pet hair. Plus, it's super chic and timeless. Design by Brian Patrick Flynn

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On the Runway: Suede is all the rage for spring, and we're loving its fresh, seventies-inspired look. Brighten your wardrobe with pieces in forest green, cobalt and fuchsia. And think beyond the trenchcoat; the runways were full of dresses, fringed bags, skirts and sandals. Design by Gucci

In the Home: Burnt sienna suede chairs add warmth to a cool, gray contemporary dining room accented with brushed nickel fixtures and white trim.

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On the Runway: Flowers and spring go hand in hand, so we're happily embracing this sweet trend. The runways were filled with blooms big and small, but in interiors, we're finding large-scale floral patterns especially prevalent. Design by Marni

In the Home: Bold floral wallpaper in chartreuse adds vibrant color to this eclectic dining room. Design by Chango and Co.

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On the Runway: Yellow is one of the hottest hues of the season, and we're talking every shade of yellow. From saffron to canary, this mellow hue is making its way into wardrobes everywhere. Design by Ralph Lauren

In the Home: To bring the look home, add a sunshine accent through window treatments, throw pillows, artwork or an area rug. This bright white dining room makes a bold statement with floor-to-ceiling draperies in straw yellow and a coordinating piece of modern artwork above the mantel. Design by DC Design House 2013

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