Do you feel like you're falling behind? Then get caught up with our fashion week coverage! Hervé Leger showed some quilt-inspired body-con dresses, Parke & Ronan put men in swimsuits (half naked men, come on!), and Lacoste took preppy into the future.
Before we even got inside the tents we knew we were at a Hervé Léger show from the bevy of ladies sporting the label's signature skintight dresses--probably not the most appropriate attire in the daytime, but then again, it's hard to tell during Fashion Week. Actually, we've never seen more Hervé Léger dresses in the daytime before since...well, ever.
But there's a reason so many attendees (non-industry, it should be said) showed up wearing the label's duds--something, much more rare than say, at a Proenza Schouler show. Hervé Léger has stumbled on a formula that works, or should we say, a formula that sells--and the label, designed by Max and Lubov Azria, has never strayed far from it, producing season after season of skintight bandage dresses.