These Are The Coolest Accessories We Saw During Fashion Month

From fork earrings to beach ball bags

And just like that, Fashion Month has come to a close. Now that we’ve closely watched collections from New York, London, Milan, and Paris, it’s time to analyze all of our notes and findings.

Our favorite part of recapping the month is embracing all of the oddities: the one-offs, the weird, and the absolutely breathtaking. Most of the time, these come in the form of accessories, from shoes and bags to jewels and headgear. And come Spring 2019, things are going to be interesting. From earrings that double as utensils and new and inventive ways to carry our spare change (hint: on our wrists and our thighs) to some pretty out-there hats, we rounded up the coolest accessories to come out of Fashion Month.

From New York to Paris, these are the accessories to know, below.

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Forget bracelets, come spring we’ll be wearing arm cuffs à la Rodarte.

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Bag necklaces were spotted on the Gabriela Hearst runway.

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Anna Sui’s mermaid-esque collection featured brocade bucket hats.

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And somehow, Raf Simons made graduation caps look cool at Calvin Klein.

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... And swim goggles, too.

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Zimmermann’s whimsical collection featured layers of ear adornments.

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There’s nothing quite as special as these bedazzled cowboy boots at Christian Cowan.

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3.1 Phillip Lim makes sun protection easy with these hood-like safari hats.

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STAUD created a chic way not to lose your sunnies.

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Forget spoon rings, at Coach 1941, it was all about the fork earrings.

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We’re all about these oversize chain link necklaces at Monse, we just hope they’re not as heavy as they look.

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Yes to these Ashley Williams hair clips.

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If we’re going to wear a swim cap, it'll have to be this inflatable one by Mary Katrantzou.

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We’ll be shading ourselves from next spring’s sun via Simone Rocha’s veiled hats.

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One of our favorite bags of the season would have to be this regal Peter Pilotto pearl-bedazzled sphere clutch.

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Plotting ways to get our hands on these platform J.W. Anderson Chuck Taylors, stat.

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Alien-esque eyewear was seen at Prada.

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Prada also featured structured and studded headbands.

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Okay, maybe it's not the world's most attractive shoe, but Prada’s sock sandals look pretty cozy.

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Gucci’s XXL shield sunnies are just what we need to combat the tiny sunglass trend.

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We love a good mixed-and-matched print, and this mule-and-tight combo at Versace has got it going on.

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Scribble print was all the rage at Moschino.

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Paris brought on even more inventive ways to carry our change. Take DROMe’s coin purse belt bag—aka, the new fanny pack.

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Or, Loewe’s wrist coin purse.

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Or, this thigh pack at Off-White.

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Rick Owens sent models covered in sculptural cage jewelry down his burning runway.

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The triangular shades at Saint Laurent are the perfect evolution in sunglass trends.

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Bags had their own Lucite carrying case at Balmain.

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Corset-like harness belts added a bit of toughness to prairie dressing at Alexander McQueen.

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We all need a Chanel beach ball bag, right?

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At Chanel, two bags were better than one.