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Live Dispatches From Day 7 of New York Fashion Week

Well, we didn't think we'd see Camille Grammer come down the runway.
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It’s New York Fashion Week, which means the Fashionista team is running around town like crazy to bring you the best of what’s new from the city’s brightest designers. Read on for our first-hand reports on the latest from the runways, and click here for even more reviews.

Proenza Schouler

Review to come.

Anna Sui

There's no denying that Anna Sui has a very strong #aesthetic. You either like her brand of psychedelic nostalgia or you don't; she's not trying to reinvent her brand season after season. Fans will love spring's metallic knits and billowy peasant tops in paisley and star-print chiffon. Of course, Sui isn't immune to contemporary trends: The more wearable of her prints were rendered in graphic black and white, and she, too, put glitter around her models' eyes. -- Tyler McCall

Hanley Mellon

Spring 2015 marked the launch of sportswear brand Hanley Mellon, founded by husband-and-wife cofounders and creative team Nicole Hanley Mellon and Matthew Mellon. Each collection is a snapshot of a different global destination and spring was all about Kenya. -- Dhani Mau

Erin Fetherston 

Review to come.


With its mix of rough, burlap-looking fabrics and lush green leafy prints, the Brazilian brand Osklen's spring 2015 collection had a distinctly eco-inspired vibe. Designer Oskar Metsavaht played off the all-natural palette with plastic extras; in one look, a translucent skirt covered a pair of camel-colored shorts, while lucite sunglasses added some cool girl sheen elsewhere. 

The closing looks, a series of slip dresses rendered in completely sheer floral prints and worn with slip-on sneakers, felt completely on point with the fashion consciousness's obsession with the '90s and pretty tomboy looks. While real life would probably necessitate a bra underneath, even without these looks were total winners.


Review to come.

Reed Krakoff

Review to come.

Elizabeth and James

With surfboards propped against the wall and a (mostly untouched) bucket of Coronas on offer, the vibe at Elizabeth & James was all California cool. Still, this was California by way of Montauk: white button-downs were tucked into pencil skirts with botanical prints; mesh was mixed with preppy stripes; and knits billowed loosely above knee-length skirts. (Even that beer bucket was sterling silver.) The Elizabeth and James girl is always the coolest in any room, regardless of what coast you're on. -- Tyler McCall

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Rachel Zoe 

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Steven Alan

In celebration of his namesake brand’s 20th anniversary, Steven Alan went back through his archives to focus on where it all started: the button-down shirt. For spring, he played with this classic style in a few different ways: There were shirt rompers, shirt dresses fell below the ankle and others that were tied dramatically around the waist. There were shirt tunics, dresses and shirt-like jackets. Alan also played with fabrics: Some shirting had a bit of spandex, while others had a subtle crinkled appearance or a certain drape that couldn’t be achieved with regular cotton oxford fabric. The overall result was, as usual, an assortment of effortlessly cool clothes, all of which I sincerely want to wear next spring. And I’m talking from head to toe: The shoes, jewelry and sunglasses were all Steven Alan and the designer tells us he did a whole handbag line, too. -- Dhani Mau

Organic by John Patrick

Set to sexy '90s R&B tunes, models at Organic by John Patrick hit the runway with low-slung, loose shorts and trousers, styled to show an inch or two of the men's-style briefs they were seemingly wearing underneath (a look our own Steff Yotka pulled off earlier this week). These are the clothes you steal off your boyfriend because you think you look cool -- or the clothes you buy because you want to look as cool as Steff. -- Tyler McCall

Ryan Roche

Review to come.

Michael Kors

Review to come.