There were 263 shows and presentations this New York fashion week, and with all that craziness it's easy for smaller labels to get overlooked. Here are three shows we liked that you might have missed: Ohne Titel This new label has major Vogue support; it was featured in the September issue, and we saw staffers Sally Singer, Jane Herman, and Florence Kane in the front row of their runway debut, We weren't crazy about the wide legged pants with extra flounces of fabric sewn into the seams, but we were impressed by the clingy geometric print dresses and low cut asymetrical blazers. (Click through for more) --ANNA FIELDING GRIGGS
Josh Goot We loved the minimalist metallics, the paint-spatter prints, and the geisha style stripes of eyeshadow painted down the napes of the models' necks. And that the designer is a cute Australian.
Noir Noir is a Danish label that's committed to supporting sustainable business practices in developing nations. The designer, Peter Ingwersen, is also preparing Illuminati II, a line of organic cotton clothing sourced from Uganda. But his designs are more sleek and sexy than hippie chic; he showed supple leather skirts, dresses, and pants that managed not to look like something you'd wear riding a motorcycle. We seriously covet the slinky sheer silk leggings.