Over a hundred collections are released during New York Fashion Week. It becomes impossible to see them all when you actually have a job that does not involve fashion. We have parsed it all and have come up with a digest so you can spend more time strategizing your next buy.

What you need to know: Michael Kors presented a classically pretty collection with a few progressive touches like a double sleeve feature. While an extremely pretty collection, it will not shift your style axis for the spring 2017 season. Sally LaPointe was one of our favorite shows and nearly made the 12 must-sees. If you are low on time, here are the 12 collections proposing a wardrobe overhaul for spring.

(In no particular order…)

 

  1. Delpozo – View full collection here.
Delpozo spring 2017

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2. Rosie Assoulin – View full collection here.

Rosie Assoulin spring 2017 collection

(Photo: Courtesy of Rosie Assoulin)

3. Jonathan Simkhai – View full collection here.

Jonathan Simkhai spring 2017

(Photo: Edward James/Indigital.tv)

4. Rodarte – View full collection here.

Rodarte spring 2017 collection

(Photo: Umberto Fratini/Indigital.tv)

5. Coach 1941 – View full collection here.

Coach 1941 spring 2017 collection

(Photo: Courtesy of Coach)

6.  Alexander Wang – View full collection here.

Alexander Wang spring 2017 collection

(Photo: Yannis Vlamos/Indigital.tv)

7.  Thom Browne – View full collection here.

Thom Browne spring 2017 collection

(Photo: Marcus Tondo/Indigital.tv)

8. Zimmermann – View full collection here.

Zimmermann spring 2017 collection

(Photo: Monica Feudi/Indigital.tv)

9. Marc Jacobs – View full collection here.

Marc Jacobs spring 2017 collection

(Photo: Umberto Fratini/Indigital.tv)

10. Proenza Schouler – View full collection here.

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(Photo: Monica Feudi/indigital.tv)

11. Hood by Air – View full collection here.

Hood by Air spring 2017 collection

(Photo: Yannis Vlamos/Indigital.tv)

12. Monse – View full collection here.

Monse spring 2017 collection

(Photo: Umberto Fratini/Indigital.tv)