Of course we had our favorites. And here they are, in no particular order. For the most part.
What were yours?
1. Proenza Schouler
We all loved it, we all want it. Proenza owns the techno-navajo look.
2. Rodarte The Mulleavy sisters are making huge strides towards creating more wearable clothes without losing their brand identity.
3. United Bamboo A wearable, succinct collection with fantastic shoes, too.
4. Theyskens' Theory Olivier Theyskens has brought true high fashion to the middle market.
5. Thom Browne
From the subversive scene to the couture elements, this collection was ahhhmaaaaazing.
6. Victoria Beckham
We're sorry we ever doubted you.
7. Michael Kors
For his 30th anniversary, Kors created an ode to Halston and the '70s that was thoroughly pleasing.
8. Marc Jacobs
9. Zero + Maria Cornejo
She's just consistently great.
10. Jason Wu He's bringing cool to the Upper East Side.