One of the reasons street style is one of the main draws of fashion month is definitely the ability to see the best designer pieces in action well before the general public has access to them. This is when editors and bloggers from across the world strut their stuff in high-end finery and we get busy filling our moodboards with similiar pieces. Thus, one of our favorite traditions is trying to guess what these sartorial stars are going to pick out for themselves. We find that standout pieces from designers' latest collections are a safe bet—and the list of tried-and-true uber-hip designers is pretty set right now. Click through to see what we think everyone will be showing off outside the shows—and check back for our exhaustive street style coverage to see if our picks were right.
A standout from an amazing collection, we can't wait to see how show-goers style this killer sweater.
Christopher Kane Black Flower Cut-Out Sweater, $1,275 at SSENSE.
Dolce & Gabbana
A pretty pick for those hoping to speed up the arrival of spring (aka most people).
Dolce & Gabbana Cherry Blossom-Print Sleeveless Shift Dress, $1,775 at Barneys.
A stellar (slightly subtle) statement bag that screams "take my pic."
Givenchy Black Floral Print Nightingale Shoulder Bag, $1,890 at SSENSE.
We're going with printed biker jacket this year as Kenzo's "most likely to succeed in street style" garment.
Kenzo Leather Palms Biker Jacket, $2,570 at Opening Ceremony.
We reckon that excitement over Peter Pilotto's Target collection means we'll see some mainline stuff on the streets of New York or London.
Peter Pilotto Hanneli Viscose-Blend Dress in Temari Violet, $2,160 at Forward by Elyse Walker.
A pretty skirt that will make as much sense after fashion month as during.
Proenza Schouler Pleated Poly Skirt in Black & White, $1,050 at Forward by Elyse Walker.
The perfect "I-don't-work-during-fashion-week" bag.
Saint Laurent Diagonal Minaudiere Leather Clutch, $1,995 at Net-a-Porter.
We'll be downright surprised if we don't see this on a European magazine editor (we're thinking Russian)—and good luck trying to get in on the look because this beauty is sold. out.
Stella McCartney Aubine Embellished Satin-Twill Dress, regular $2,955 at Net-a-Porter.
A playful jumpsuit that combines elegance and fun.
Valentino Neon Lace Playsuit, $4,290 at Net-a-Porter.
Because logos are back and this sweater is one of the best examples of why.
Alexander Wang Graphic Sweater, $995 at Barneys.