The snow's NOT slowing us down.
Right on the heels of pre-fall’s recent blanket coat trend (which is still going strong, by the way) is the robe coat, which seems as easy to wear as it is to take on and off.
All 28 of the designers showing at Made's Milk Studios and Standard Hotel spaces next week are worth paying attention to. But we're especially excited about the seven designers who are joining their ranks for the first time.
With the '90s being the decade of inspiration du jour for designers in spring 2014, one comes to expect some typical '90s staples. Case in point, Birkenstocks, overalls, and the slip dress, but what would the '90s be without florals and plaid? Paired together, they are showing up on the runways and thankfully not always in the typical grungy fashion.
Charles Harbison is right at home in the American sportswear mix; having worked for both classics-enthusiast Billy Reid and maestro-of-metropolitan-simplicity Michael Kors, he’s no stranger to a rakishly cinched trench coat, or the most dandy of menswear-tailored slacks.