New York Fashion Week Spring 2020 was many things — short was not one of them, even if the CFDA did trim the schedule. The days were long, with shows starting promptly at 9 a.m. and lasting until the wee hours of the night. But we powered through and made it to the finish line, where Marc Jacobs greeted us with a magical collection.
The sartorial magic didn't start there though; it was sprinkled throughout the week, present at Kerby Jean-Raymond's third and final chapter in the Pyer Moss trilogy, which paid homage to Sister Rosetta Tharpe. It filled the room in the form of velvety polka-dots at the Carolina Herrera show, and it brought a crowd of fashion folks to their feet at Christopher John Roger's runway debut. So, before we take a long, uninterrupted nap in preparation for London Fashion Week, we want to spotlight our favorite collections from New York. See them all below.