Black eyelet had a cool, Summer-ready effect on this look, while bright red pumps rounded it out with a fashion-conscious finish.

How to liven up your pencil skirt? With a bright button-down, of course.

A more literal interpretation of the sporty trend.

This is pretty much the epitome of easy Summer elegance, no?

A pop of color gave this sexier semisheer top a bright counterpart.

Easy does it — proof that laid-back proportions and walkable footwear can be just as wow-worthy.

This showstopping style was all about the pants — though her dramatic shades only added to the statement-making effect.

Where high fashion meets hangout gear — a cool tee to top her printed pants.

The modern woman's polish — with a zippered sheath and a pair of head-turning pumps to finish it off.

We're eyeing Caroline Issa's easy ladylike look for our own Summer style repertoire.

A colorblock tee and bandanna made this denim look anything but ordinary.

Who says stripes and checks don't go together? Not this trendsetting showgoer.

Caroline Issa perfected the art of the everyday dress.

Don't fear the color effect — just look at how a bit of bright red livened up Elisa Nalin's classic trench and oxfords.

Ladylike and polished, with just a pop of color.

A shorts suit — that didn't short on personality — turned heads outside the shows.

She couldn't have picked a more striking counterpart for her printed blazer than white pants.

Elisa Nalin mixed prints with polish — and just a touch of whimsical add-ons.

Behold the power of great accessories — and a bold blazer.

A bold bow made all the difference in this laid-back take on glamour.

There's nothing like a turban and a pair of PJs to liven up your look.

Say hello to Summer with a crop top and a striped skirt.

Forget the stripes — bold stars are all we need in a zip-up and shorts combo.

Suiting separates get playful when you flash a little bit of leg and wear silver lace-ups.

More proof that all black looks perpetually chic.

Mix and match all the pieces you love, like this showgoer's artful combination of cherry red blouse, army parka, statement sandals, and hat.

Elisa Nalin shelved prints for a bold mix of orange and sky blue.

The high-low hemline felt sophisticated spotted in Paris. Rolled sleeves kept it from looking too formal.

The white suit felt modern and fresh on Caroline Issa.

We're not sure which piece we're more obsessed with — this guy's statement bomber or tee.

The Kenzo tiger made a fierce, multicolored showing on a sweater in Paris.

A classic white blouse is attention-worthy with cutouts and slashes.

Layers on layers, plus a graphic polka-dot print, made this look a real showstopper.

Tailored trousers are fashion friendly and far from corporate when paired with a navel-flashing crop top.

Never dismiss the trench as a boring old topper — done here it was incredibly chic.

The staid navy suit feels personalized with a pocket square and trainers.

Even the most tropical, vacation-ready dress can feel ready for the runway when styled with a leather jacket.

Thigh-high leather sandals were the coup de grace for this bold mix of print and pigment.

Here's wishing us ladies could look as cool wearing sneakers outside of the gym.

An all-black look is especially fierce with ankle boots and a leather jacket.

A summery mix of lace and chevron in crisp white and bleached-out lemon feels perfect right now.

Top hats make a dapper addition from a different decade.

There's something so retro about Caroline Issa's buttoned-up trench over a bow-neck blouse.

Slouchy boyfriend jeans feel chic when topped with a sharp blazer.

Always sexy and forever in style, a black-and-white leopard sheath is a no-brainer.

The most approachable way to wear a crop top? With a skirt that raises to your natural waist.

Is there ever an outfit that doesn't kill when styled with boyfriend jeans?

An all-white ensemble was set off by black sandals and a necklace.

Cropped wide trousers provided plenty of volume; tamper it with a slim tee like this stylish Parisienne.

Extra volume at the upper leg makes for an arresting silhouette.

Don't doubt plaid — it's seasonless!

Go bold or go home when it comes to your prints. We love matching pieces worn together.

A fresh take on the suit? Matching printed pieces, worn open over a plain white tee.

Settle the age-old debate of tucking in or out by doing it very loosely, like this stylish editor. At first glance, it looks like a minidress!

A miniskirt, heels, and fresh white button-down always look right on trend.

The slouchy silhouette can look as chic as any tailored dress.

Take tailored pieces from the boys and put a feminine spin on them with a bold fuchsia.

Stand out from the pack like this showgoer with patterned skinnies.

Take the menswear trend as literal as you want — we love it!

A classic dress is ready for Summer in faded neon orange.

Keep the fashion crowd guessing. This look feels both buttoned-up and ready for a quick workout.

Classic black and white was brightened up by a vibrant red shoe.

Dapper gents aren't afraid of a bold sport coat. We love this gentleman's unique option.

Let a bold shirt take the backseat by buttoning up your blazer.

Slouchy trousers that look related to the sweatpant? A total yes for us.

On girls or guys, we love a striped shirt during Summer.

Wear whatever you love — even if that means combining firetruck red pants with a tartan blazer and serious sneaks.

Birds of a feather most certainly do flock together, including stylish pals.

Ancient or brand-new, your favorite pair of jeans can feel fancy instantly thanks to an oversize leather clutch, statement espadrilles, and a luxe sweatshirt.

With an intriguing construction, a plaid white top is anything but basic.

Add a splash of bright color to an otherwise all-dark look and prepare to stand out.

Short sleeves and a defined waist made Elisa Nalin's knee-length dress feel sweetly retro.

Do like this bright showgoer and try to avoid dark black or navy completely.

A bold flared skirt is comfortable and makes for a pretty silhouette. It gives an instant feminine touch to everything else you're wearing, too.

Get going in classic dark skinnies topped off with a statement blouse.

Men needn't wear trousers to feel formal. This gent's crisp shorts felt almost office appropriate.

Bold paint-splatter leopard looks good once and amazing two times over.

An oversize cardigan is a softer topper than your trusty leather moto jacket.

Summer's unofficial suit is short on sleeves and shorts — both chic and cooling.

A maxi skirt expert? You might want to look into voluminous trousers next.

A simple outfit is made by accessories like the strappy flat sandals and long necklace spotted on this fellow.

We love the ladylike feel of this sweet look, right down to the printed edge on her jacket.

A glamorous wide-brim hat gave this outfit a definitively Summer feel.

A peppy pair of pants made all the difference in this look.

A cool candy-wrapper clutch was all this showgoer needed to turn heads.

A little peekaboo top added a touch of modern edge to this embellished skirt.

Cat-eye frames added a glamorous touch to a black mini and tough-girl boots.

An expert mix of bright color and feminine lace, all finished with a little bohemian flair.

A floral-embroidered, ruffled sheath got a modern update with PVC heels.

This showgoer kept it easy and on trend in a pair of printed trousers and a feminine-feeling blouse.

We'd take styling cues from this gent any day, from his bright blazer to his Summer-perfect panama hat.

Tomboy overalls got a feminine twist with glittery ankle straps.

Anna Dello Russo matched her mirrored shades to her poppy-hued minidress.

Pep up classic trousers with a floral tee — if this guy can do it, so can you.

A pop of print and color made this easy day dress a standout.

What better to add a jolt of interest to an all-white ensemble than a pair of high-wattage metallic shoes?

With mirrored shades to counter a vintage-feeling dress, this showgoer made a statement outside the tents in Florence.

It was all about the color coordination and the polished accessories in this mix.

In Milan, the dress code trended toward chic Summer style. This gentleman completed his classic striped polo shirt and trousers with the perfect panama hat.

Don't underestimate the power of accessories — this one may just carry more weight than her whole ensemble.

The perfect Summer style formula: an easy sundress and high-fashion footwear (that's also walkable).

A look worth test-driving on your own — steal his formula for an easy, eye-catching look with a printed top to brighten up white pants.

A trio of gents and their showstopping looks.

All it took was a gold clutch and mirrored shades to add interest to this all-white look.

Her tomboy shorts and tee combo was finished in ultragirlie pinks.

One very dapper dude gave white pants a polished finish with a blue button-down and blazer.

Her easy shirtdress got ample personality with this standout print.

This showgoer got a little Grecian-inspired in a slouchy dress and statement sandals.

There's nothing wrong with keeping it simple — as this showgoer proved it in a knit top and skirt, and a pair of cute, eye-catching sandals.

Caroline Issa added a high-impact layer to striped bottoms and flats.

Stripes (even on her heels) and a wow-worthy print on her skirt gave this classic-inspired look a little kick.

Who knew that overalls and mirrored shades paired so well with pearls?

A pretty print was all this showgoer needed to turn heads — of course, her metallic heels don't hurt, either.

This showgoer kept it casual in a perfect Summer shirtdress and sandals.

Well-armed wrists: covered in stacks of beaded and embroidered friendship bracelets.

Anna Dello Russo made a splash on the streets of Milan in fuchsia.

She embraced the overall trend with a denim dress version and a sharp black-and-white striped blouse.

A chambray button-down played right into the baby-blue hues of her skirt — while a pair of green mirrored shades were an awesome counter.

A girlie dress and jacket combo got the glamazon treatment with a pair of oversize shades.

A flirty lace skirt got a cool accompaniment with a printed tee and mirrored shades.

She furthered the '70s vibe of her knit maxi dress with a gold pendant necklace and a metallic Prada clutch in hand.

She scored extra points for matching her camera to the pastel-pink hue of her maxi dress.

Caroline Issa outfitted a fit-and-flare skirt with a graphic tank and flat ankle-strap sandals for an easy daytime feel.

Saturated color and pretty pleats gave this sundress ample personality, but we love even more that she matched her lips to the gorgeous shade of red in her dress.

Mirrored shades (we're sensing a theme here) and a printed maxi made for a laid-back but very cool bit of street style.

This showgoer turned her lens on the crowd, but her bright scarf and chic white separates were just as photograph-worthy.

A pair of major green satin platforms caught our eye on the street.

All black is hardly boring when executed with rocker-girl appeal via circular sunglasses, an oversize leather jacket, and a gorgeous red pout.

This showgoer outfitted a long skirt with an elegant coat and wide-brim hat for a truly ladylike effect.

We'd like to steal this guy's coat and moccasins for a perfectly dressed-down take on denim.

It was all about the hat and shades for this showgoer.

Behold the power of layers. This quirky vest took her black blouse to boho-luxe fashion territory.

We'd happily hitch a ride with the well-dressed David Gandy.

This showgoer charmed in a vintage-feeling crochet dress and denim overcoat.

Take notes from this dapper dude and opt for a polished blazer and a little plaid for perfect preppy effect.

A very London-darling look, thanks to a sweet jacket and skirt and adorable oxfords.

This showgoer outfitted track his shorts with a little whimsy — note the clutch!

This one's worth borrowing from the boys — we love the effect of a cute plaid suit and sporty kicks.

Is there anything more chic than a slouchy white suit and floppy hat? We think not.

Preppy with spunk — i.e. loafers with socks, a statement necklace and cool-girl shades — makes this zip-up and skirt combo anything but average.