Published on March 1, 2016

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Photography by @VOGUERUNWAY

moschino

The layered rugs and oversized vintage frames helped create a dark, dramatic atmosphere. (The look could easily be translated to your home in a more cheery way—just add white walls instead of the dark and foggy ones seen here.)

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armani

This color blocked black and white runway really speaks to us. (See our 8 lessons in decorating with black and white for more home inspo!) 

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Photography by @THECUT

ferragamo

The patterned, candy-colored floorboards give off modern Willy Wonka vibes in the best way possible. 

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fendi

This set felt like a major ’70s throwback. We especially loved the unexpected orange hue of the polka dots. 

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Photography by @NYTIMESFASHION

missoni

The runway at Missoni featured suspended fluorescent lights, reminding us how much we want a neon sign for our own home. 

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missoni

A shiny, foil-like wall (much like other sets we saw at London Fashion Week) made up the other half of Missoni’s set. We see a trend here, and we definitely don’t hate it. 

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Photography by @NYTIMESFASHION

philipp plein

We saw even more neon lights and shiny, fun house mirror-like surfaces at Philipp Plein. 

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marni

The pale yellow walls show that using pastels in lieu of neutrals is not going away anytime soon.

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dolce & gabbana

This set was straight out of a fairytale—in an elaborate fashion. The chandeliers, fog, and horse drawn carriage shows it’s really all in the details.

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Photography by @TMAGAZINE

dolce & gabbana

We couldn’t resist including a closeup of the oversized fairytale book that functioned as the runway backdrop. 

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Photography by @BUREAUBETAK

roberto cavalli

This regal set has us wishing for our own impressive chandelier and the occasional mismatched dining room chair

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Photography by @PHILOSOPHYOFFICIAL

philosophy

The rich, pink hue of the carpet proves our favorite pastel is here to stay.

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damir doma

The walls reminded us of hot summer nights from our childhood filled with fireflies—and also that we need to incorporate more prints into our homes. 

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Photography by @TMAGAZINE

jil sander

The entire show was inspired by the German Expressionist movement and caters to the minimalist, neutral-loving crowd. 

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Photography by @ETRO_OFFICIAL

etro

The matching print-on-print had us reminiscing about Kim Kardashian’s disappearing arms and hands at the 2013 Met Gala, but really, we’re all for a bold statement—especially on your floors