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Op Art Was A Huge Fall/Winter 2015 Trend & These 7 Looks Prove That Magic Eye Prints Will Dominate

With the closing of the final shows in Paris, we must bid adieu to another fashion month. Even if parting is such sweet sorrow, we'll always have the memories of Fall 2015's more notable moments: The artfully unwashed hair at Alexander Wang; Brienne of Tarth's maiden runway walk; the eye-popping black and white prints that popped up virtually everywhere. Speaking of that last bullet point, there seemed to be a whole lot of Op-Art inspired prints on the Fall 2015 runways. With all of those contrasting shapes and lines, you may have even turned some of these pieces into magic eye puzzles.

Unlike that time that you swore the dress was yellow and gold, your eyes aren't playing tricks on you here. Let's run down some of the more notable moments of the trend from this season's shows.

Valentino

I feel like 60s Go-Go Girls should be dancing in front of this background in silhouette.

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Pucci

If you stare at the middle of this dress long enough, the shapes will start to move. Either that, or your eyes will get extremely tired.

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Botega Veneta

Repetitive dot print on stun.

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Louis Vuitton

It’s like the floor of Twin Peaks’ Black Lodge, but in mohair.

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Chanel

It’s black and white and rad all over.

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Giambattista Valli

You probably don’t wanna film anything while wearing this, but it’s still an extremely good jumpsuit.

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Alice + Olivia

Gotta say. Whoever wrote the rule about not mixing vertical and horizontal stripes was dead wrong. As this young lady proves, it looks boss.

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