From sporty Velcro sandals to modern ballet flats.
This season's collections — in whatever form they were presented — were accompanied by some truly memorable hair, makeup and nail moments.
There's hope for a dressed-up future.
"The limbo that we are living in will turn psychedelic, exuberant with color and pattern," says the designer.
From classic leather carryalls to pearl-embellished minis, we've edited down the season's offering to our standout styles.
It's all about making a statement — while staying comfortable.
Sweatpants aren't forever, but they'll still be big next spring.
The collection was inspired by the comfort and security that comes from spending time at home.
Featuring chic pouches for your water bottle, box clutches and even more tiny bags.
Next season, you can look forward to the return of the pointy-toe heel and the embellished chunky boot.
Come for the vampiric lip colors, stay for the dramatic face coverings.
Featuring tasseled clutches and triangle wristlets.
From pearl-covered boots to extreme clogs.
From "Euphoria" eyes to '80s hair.
Plus, Nikki Ogunnaike on how to make it in fashion.
Including bejeweled makeup, low ponytails, voluminous hairstyles, glitter nails and inventive eyeliner shapes.
So says legendary makeup artist Pat McGrath herself.
An eclectic crew of fashion folks gathered to celebrate the designer's re-issue of the 1993 collection that got him fired from Perry Ellis.
Plus, Josep Font exits Delpozo.
These are the recurring hair, makeup and nail themes that captured our attention and took our breath away this season.
Plus, Cynthia Nixon launched a line of "Sex and the City" campaign merch.
The designer worked with students from Parsons School of Design, Pratt Institute and the Fashion Institute of Technology to create collections that reflect the unique physical needs of people with disabilities.