That’s a wrap on another great season of New York fashion week (NYFW) and although the madness goes on and everyone’s minds seem to be already traveling to London, we can’t move forward without properly celebrating all the goodness we’ve seen walking down the runway this past week. In true New York spirit the clothes bore the glitz and the glam, the cool and the grunge, the magic and the novelty, the sexiness and the allure. From out-of-this world gowns to slinky dresses of liquid gold, here are 11 to-die-for outfits from the New York runways. The complete round-up, after the break. Floral-embellished tulle gowns are a Marchesa special, yet for fall 2016 the runway magic appears to have borrowed from of a midnight secret garden: See more: Marchesa Fall 2016. Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all? We got our answer at Zimmermann, where a sense of relaxed opulence veiled its always beautiful muse: See more: Zimmermann Fall 2016. Dressed to kill: the red-hot, cut-out finale look at Cushnie et Ochs mixed the brand’s signature unapologetic sex-appeal with a matching vampy attitude for arresting results: See more: Cushnie et Ochs Fall 2016. Exquisitely minimal except for the luxe detailing drawn in precious gold, J. Mendel’s evening gown was effortlessly elegant and seductive at once: See more: J. Mendel Fall 2016. Inspired by powerful girl bands of the ’90s, DKNY’s take on femininity had a strong tomboy flavour, this silk ribbon-laced tunic layered over denim giving us a taste of both worlds: See more: DKNY Fall 2016. Sheer glamour prevailed on the fall 2016 runway, and at Monique Lhuillier it took on a darling sensuality as sophisticated silhouettes were cut in luxe see-through fabrics: See more: Monique Lhuillier Fall 2016. Urban glamour took the minimal-chic approach at Michael Kors, where the old-world elegance got a dazzling modern makeover in this luxurious winter look: See more: Michael Kors Fall 2016. Flowy, slinky and gorgeously textured, this slip dress silhouette stole the show from underneath a relaxed piece of outerwear at Narciso Rodriguez: See more: Narciso Rodriguez Fall 2016. Light layers and graphic prints flowed down the runway at Lela Rosa, this airy black and white number updating the evening attire with easy elegance: See more: Lela Rose Fall 2016. Vintage inspired lame and head-to-toe pastel conspired to make an impact down the runway, poured in to perfectly classic silhouettes at Tory Burch: See more: Tory Burch Fall 2016. Unexpectedly bold and timelessly feminine, the sculptural silhouette at Monse updated the modern evening look with a serious dose of pink and a touch of crushed velvet: See more: Monse Fall 2016.