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While most of us are just beginning to pull out our cardigans and fall layers from storage, the fashion world already has their eyes on next spring’s hottest design trends. That’s because it’s Fashion Week in New York. Starting today, Sept. 8, through Sept. 15, hundreds of the industry’s top designers will showcase their spring-summer 2012 collections. Unfortunately, my front-row tickets to the L.A.M.B. and Alice + Olivia runway shows were “lost in the mail,” so I can’t make it. So I’ll just have to make up for it by finding home decor that speaks to me and my sense of style. Why not blend who you are and how you dress right into your living room, bedroom and kitchen? Check out some of my fave designer clothing finds for fall and their inspiring interior counterparts.

mercedes benz fashion week 2011 new york lamb gwen stefani design blog hgtvL.A.M.B. :: Philpotts Interiors

mercedes benz fashion week 2011 new york jcrew emily henderson design blog hgtvJ.Crew :: Emily Henderson

mercedes benz fashion week 2011 new york jcrew sarah richardson design blog hgtvSarah Richardson :: J.Crew

mercedes benz fashion week 2011 new york spring charlotte ronson shelly riehl david design blog hgtvCharlotte Ronson :: Shelly Riehl David

mercedes benz fashion week 2011 new york diane von furstenberg christopher grubb design blog hgtvDiane Von Furstenberg :: Christopher J. Grubb

My home is very eclectic and full of hand-me-downs, treasured pieces and vintage finds. My after-work, weekend wear is the same way. I like mixing jewelry, colors and adding layers.

Does your wardrobe compliment or clash with your home’s interior? Have you ever bought a blouse or dress and thought, that perfectly matches my couch?

Tell us in the comments below.

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Kayla KittsKayla Kitts is an editor for HGTV.com and co-editor-in-chief of Design Happens. Kayla is an overbearing cat mom with a love for vintage-modern furniture, decor with a past, artisan cocktails,...


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