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nypost.com/pagesixmag
“I’ve worn this to a ball andmore casually today,” saysSarah Ryder (above). “Into theGloss” beauty blogger Emily Weiss (below) works a subtleleather skirt with gladiatorpumps and a wool sweater.
 Asymmetric hemlines, bold prints, bright colors andeven (gasp!) sneakers. These spring looks took best in showat NYC Fashion Week.
Trendswith Benefts
By
Kirsten Fleming 
Photography by
Elizabeth Lippman
BlockWatch
French heiress Prisca Courtin-Clarins(above) swans about in a colorulChristopher Kane number. Later on,she dresses up an acid yellow skirtrom Jason Wu (ar let), while hersister Jenna toughens up her peachylook with combat boots.
 Mullet Skirts
The mullet hairdo— all business inthe ront, party in the back—is stilla style don’t. But the ’80s-retromullet skirt—short in the rontand long in the back—has be-come a major style do. Born onthe Alexander McQueen runwayslast year, mullet skirts were the toast o Fashion Week last month. Now showingup at mass retailers like Zara and Asos,the silhouette is undeniably versatile.“I’m really short, so it’s a good compro-mise to show o a bit o leg,” says NYUstudent Sarah Ryder in a bronzedMax Azria number that morphs miniinto maxi (top right).
Student Glenn Kowalewski(let) goes rom mini to midi with a camel chion skirt.
 
nypost.com/pagesixmag
 
Stylistas hit the petal on theirlooks, mixing winter blooms intosuits, tops and skirts. And thelook that’s coming up roses thisseason: oral pants. “I love wear-ing orals,” says Canadian writerNiki Blasina (let) in an Asosoral pantsuit. “Even though Ilook like Hillary Clinton on hal-lucinogens,” she jokes. H&M, JilSander and J.Crew are all stock-ing botanic trousers, so get ready totake a walk in a garden this spring.
Sporty Spice
This season, Fashion Week-ers earned their varsity letters, turning up in baseball caps,letterman jackets and hightop sneakers withhidden wedges. “I like mixing up the sporty with tailored sharp pieces,” says Ramya Gian-gola (right), who runs luxury ashion consult-ing company Gogoluxe. “That juxtapositionis key.” With Big Apple sports teams scoring big lately, the timing or the haute uniormlook couldn’t be better.
Ramya Giangola (above) goes ortomboy chic in Isabel Marantkicks, while Nylon’s Dani Stahl(inset) rocks racing stripes in aleather Adidas jacket. Google’sKrystal Bick (let) likes “thespunk the cap added.”
 Flower Power 
Model Soa Sanchez(above) is all fower powerin Rodarte separates.Blogger Blair Eadie (right) blossoms in DVF pants anda poppy red purse.
Vogue
’s style editor-at-large, Elizabeth vonThurn und Taxis (let), balances a eminineBalenciaga top witha masculine edora, while student AdiHeyman (right) tapsher inner RachelZoe in a vintageforal dress,oversize ramesand Alice+Olivialeather jacket.
BlockWatch
Model JoanSmalls wears her boyriend’sRag & Bone varsity jacket.Ellie Eckert(right) worksH&M racing pants withur, while
Vogue
’sChiomaNnadi(below) isthe pictureo sportycool as shemixes acap andneoprene bomber witha sweatshirtand leatherskirt.
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