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The Prettiest Long-Sleeve Wedding Dresses at Bridal Fashion Week

Bridal Fashion Week is already in full swing in New York City, where designers are showing their spring 2018 collections. But that doesn't mean it's all strapless gowns, quite the opposite. Swoon-worthy long-sleeve wedding silhouettes are attracting their fair share of attention. Reem Acra showed a gorgeous sweetheart-neck off-the-shoulder number with bow sleeves that were a total head-turner. And designer duo Sachin and Babi Ahluwalia sent down the runway an exquisite deep V-neck ball gown with long sleeves made from delicate lace. Take a look at some of the most beautiful long-sleeve designs and keep checking for regular updates.

Drink It In: Beyoncé and Taylor Swift in Marsala (Pantone's 2015 Color of the Year)

Ever since Pantone announced Marsala as its 2015 Color of the Year, we've been unabashedly drinking in the deliciously rich vino shade. And it look as though we're not the only one addicted to the heady hue. RELATED: How to Wear Pantone's 2015 Color of the Year: Marsala Taylor Swift kicked off her weekend with the Z100's 2014 Jingle Ball where she got into the spirit in a diaphanous Marsala-saturated one-shoulder cut-out Reem Acra creation with matching maroon Jimmy Choo sandals. The next day, Queen Bey graced the 2014 Billboard Women in Music Luncheon with her presence in a wine-hued knotted Haute Hippie number with diamond jewels and chunky platform sandals. RELATED: Mad About Marsala: How to Wear Pantone's Color of the Year in Your Hair "Sensual and appealing, Marsala is a compelling and cordial tone that nurtures; exuding confidence and stability while feeding the body, mind and soul," write the color experts at Pantone. "It’s often associated with elegance and sophistication, yet has down-to-earth roots so it's easy to embrace," Leatrice Eiseman, Pantone Color Institute’s executive director says. Consider it embraced—and cheers to a Marsala-swiggin' new year! PHOTOS: Celebrities in Marsala: Pantone's 2015 Color of the Year

See All the Best Looks from the AMAs Red Carpet!

Talk about making an entrance! Celebs stepped out for the American Music Awards show at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles tonight, an annual fan-voted awards show that honors the best performers in every genre. And, as expected, the night's performers, honorees, and presenters stepped it up in the fashion department. Selena Gomez stunned in a gorgeous black backless Giorgio Armani Prive gown with Neil Lane jewels (above, left), while Jennifer Lopez showed off her toned physique in a pale pink Reem Acra gown with cutouts (above, center). The new face of Estée Lauder, Kendall Jenner, showed some leg in a sheer Yigal Azrouel dress with a high slit (above, right). But that's not it—see all of the best looks from the AMA red carpet in our gallery! PHOTOS: The Best Looks From the American Music Awards 2014 Red Carpet

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Runway Looks We Love: Reem Acra

Designer: Reem Acra Location: Stage, Lincoln Center What was it like: The combination of upbeat music, a red backdrop and a black mirrored runway hinted at a nightclub atmosphere. Why we love this collection: For a spring collection, the Reem Acra looks are considerably dark, with a strong focus on night-time sensuality. Slinky dresses in different materials, from silver crepe to chiffon, oozed sexiness as models strutted down the catwalk. "(The collection) is about the downtown girl who has a great attitude and loves to party," the designer told us. She emphasized the "coolness" factor, which was conveyed through layers of chiffon, houndstooth print mixed with polka dots, sheer fabrics and peek-a-boo detailing. But really, the masterpiece was the final look, a piece of art that Acra summed up in one word: "Boom!" [wrn_button url="https://www.instyle.com/instyle/package/fashionweek/photos/0,,20732286_20733211_30017473,00.html" text="SEE THE PHOTOS" title="SEE THE PHOTOS"] MORE:Fashion Week: InStyle Editor Ariel Foxman's View From the Front RowAll the Fashion Week News You Need To Know60-Second Recap: NYFW Day 5