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That's a Wrap — Check Out NYFW's Best Accessories

Sep 11 2013 - 3:12pm

The Fashion Week crowd is notorious for having a killer accessory lineup — think 3.1 Phillip Lim, Kenzo [1], Prada [2], and lots of Valentino [3] in tow. But beyond the bags, there were also lace-ups heels, statement jewels, and this season's newest must-have accessory, the baseball cap, to contend with. Get a closer look at all the accessory highlights from New York Fashion Week right here.

Armed with a gorgeous cuff.

We adore this quirky clutch.

Skulls made a high-impact print.

Anna Dello Russo gets our vote for most awesome heels at Fashion Week.

A covetable suede bag in a gorgeous hunter green.

A Longchamp [4] tote in a brilliant wash of print.

A holographic clutch against a little ombre is completely eye-catching.

Nicole Warned showed off some chic white pumps.

A stark contrast between her bright loafers and socks.

An army of ear cuffs.

A close up on a chic Celine.

A shot of neon took this clutch up a notch.

Clutches seemed to be the carryall of choice — this one came brighter than most.

Texture meets a pretty pale pink on this Valentino [5] bag.

Big Bird? Nope, that's Anna Dello Russo in Celine's fuzzy yellow pumps.

Rachel Zoe [6] armed herself with heavy metal jewels and her '70s frames.

A pale blue bag was a perfect match against a pstel dress.

A lucite clutch looked lovely against a splash of color.

A vintage Bottega Venetta clutch popped against a pretty fuchsia dress.

The coolest kind of quirky heels.

This heel packed a punch with stripes and polka dots.

That's not a picnic basket — it's one very chic way to tote your stuff.

Striped and plaid and totally awesome.

Unique top handle meets classic handbag for a truly covetable design.

Heels with personality.

There's nothing we don't love about a Balenciaga [7] bag, especially when it's patchworked.

A menswear-inspired Fall boot in the richest burgundy — what's not to like?

An understated clutch paired perfectly with a simple white dress.

Anna Dello Russo took the Saint Laurent [8] Fall '13 boots from the runway to the street.

We love a little print juxtaposition, like florals and an exotic clutch.

The chicest kind of monogramming.

Coordinated style.

Bright white Gucci [9] heels.

Metallic detail made this cap so much cooler.

Classic leather offset bold prints.

High-wattage lace-ups.

Classic Chanel [10] in a perfect Fall hue.

Her earrings are worth a closer look.

We can't decide what we love more, those Isabel Marant [11] boots or that Proenza Schouler [12] bag.

Statement shoes are even more attention-grabbing with statement socks.

A mini bag isn't just adorable; we also love that it's entirely functional.

This is how you say "fun" with your footwear.

The most creative of clutches — yep, that's not a paper.

Flats that pack a printed punch.

Hot to trot in Zara heels.

Why not update your everyday pumps with pom-poms?

A pop of red and an exotic finish.

It doesn't have to be big; even a mini Chanel [13] bag makes a statement.

This showgoer brought her footwear A-game in Zara leopard-print lace-ups.

Slip-ons never looked cooler.

A clutch that does the talking.

A timeless watch and a timeless handbag teamed up.

A seriously fierce ear cuff offset surfer-girl shades.

The heels may be clear, but you can't miss these pumps.

Leave it to a Céline tote to add luxe to just about anything.

Her ear cuff deserves a closer look.

Bet you never thought a jersey would look this good with a gold clutch.

A rainbow-bright wrist and major shades.

The chicest kind of Chanel [14].

What do you wear with a Clover Canyon [15] dress? A holographic clutch, of course.

Major thigh-highs with a serious miniskirt.

Happy feet, thanks to a pair of studded and sparkly Miu Miu [16] kicks.

Black and blue never looked better.

A Fashion Week warrior — with the footwear to prove it.

Armed with the coolest kind of accessories.

Buckled up and studded.

This street style moment was pure gold.

Always a classic.

A star-studded Jimmy Choo [17] clutch paired perfectly with a bold camo print.

Just the way we like our clutches, oversize and roomy enough to hold everything we need.

A standout Chanel [18].

A perfect play on black and white prints, echoed right on her clutch.

A little neon made this necklace pop.

We're totally bananas for this clutch.

A sensible shoe that packed a major printed punch.

We spy a feathered Fendi [19].

It's all about the detail on this leather belt.

Two clutches are better than one, especially when one is this cute.

Cheeky Alice + Olivia heels.

A bit of arm candy.

Braided detailing and a flash of red on these Alexandre Birman [20] heels.

Google Glass, the coolest kind of glasses.

Shoe envy.

Clearly, lace-ups are having a moment.

A sleek 3.1 Phillip Lim Pashli spotted outside the tents.

The height of fashion.

Check out Susie Bubble's rabbit ears.

We dig those peace-sign jewels.

Black and white with a futuristic edge.

A luxe Givenchy [21] on the way into the tents.

Silver lace-ups were major head-turners.

We're green with envy over this Michael Kors [22] tote.

Now, that's some fierce footwear.

Flatforms in this metallic gold finish were made for turning heads.

There's a pineapple on her head!

A quilted Chanel [23].

A pop of houndstooth.

Polka dots in hand on her Comme des Garcons [24] clutch.

Chic low heels are our favorite kind of heels.

Totally colorblock.

Shiona Turini proved two bags are way better than one.

Keep calm and carry on in style with Balenciaga [25].

Eva Chen held her enviable Chanel [26] tight.

We spied another Valentino [27] clutch on the street.

Feast your eyes on these decadent earrings.

How cool is Kenzo [28]?

Naturally, Valentino [29] is a favorite among the showgoers.

When you're toting a tassled Chanel [30] backpack, you can keep the rest simple.

Very apropos Fashion Week gear, no?

Urban warrior.

High-wattage heels.

Strap-happy heels.

Just how we like our boots – with cutouts and a chunky, walkable heel.

The sexiest kind of heels.

Bold blue on her bag, sleek white on her heels.

Count it — another Valentino [31] clutch in hand.

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