One city down, three to go.
On today's agenda: Public School boys for DKNY, The Fat Jewish, Proenza Schouler and J.Crew. Excited?
Mod and leather dresses make another strong showing, while coats get a two-toned update.
The toasty accessory has already emerged as a major New York Fashion Week trend.
See looks from Jason Wu, Kate Spade and a few Fashion Week new-comers
See who made the cut. And who didn't.
We asked Roopal Patel, who has held fashion director positions at some of the world's greatest department stores, to tell us which items the buyers will be buying this season.
Part geek, part Elaine Benes from "Seinfeld," 100 percent cool.
The luxury conglomerate received 1,221 applications from all over the world, and aside from finalists hailing from the fashion capitals of London, New York, Paris and Milan, designers from Russia, Ukraine, Nigeria, Korea and the Netherlands also made the cut.
Plus, the final looks were a full-blown party: floral and geometric jacquards, and what looked like gold chain mail, sparkled impressively under the venue's lights.
According to the Fall 2013 runways (remember back when...?), pinstripes aren't just for investment bankers and Boardwalk Empire gangsters anymore. Click through for our top picks on how to wear pinstripes this season.
Another New York Fashion Week has come to an end, and as usual, we had a really tough time choosing our favorite spring collections. After much analysis, though, we’ve successfully narrowed it down to 10 that stuck out the most in our minds.
Suno's Max Osterweis and Erin Beatty were in a cheery mood for spring 2014. For the past few seasons, the design duo has been distancing themselves from the bold, African-inspired prints they built their reputation on, preferring instead to show more sedated, almost prairie-inspired wares. But this season, the loud prints were back--and we couldn't be happier about it.
We kicked our day off bright and early with the debut of the first ever plus size fashion line to show at fashion week, and never slowed down. From checking out the best beauty backstage at Rag & Bone and Helmut Lang, to scoping models-off-duty, we saw a lot. Check out all the awesome stuff we saw on day two of New York Fashion Week:
Whether it's launching new programs like the sustainability committee, or adding 32 new designers as reported in today's WWD, lately it's all about growth for the Council of Fashion Designers of America.
And that's a wrap. The 2013 CFDA award winners have been named and now they're out partying at The Standard (the official Swarovski-sponsored after party) and Westway (the exclusive Givenchy after-party) and wherever else the night may take them. Proenza Schouler nabbed their third win for womenswear designer of the year (they won in 2007 and 2011) beating out Alexander Wang and Marc Jacobs. See who else took top honors this year.
The CFDA Awards--aka fashion's Oscars--are upon us. But unlike the Oscars, where celebs tend to play it safe and throw on a strapless fish-tail number, the CFDA red carpet tends to be a bit more interesting, a bit more risky. These are fashion people trying to impress other fashion people, after all. So with that in mind, take a look at what everyone from Hillary Clinton to Jessica Chastain wore tonight.
The 2013 CFDA awards, fashion's Oscars if you will, will be handed out in mere hours. The industry has been gathering to recognize and honor its leading talents since 1981. A lot has changed since the early years of the awards. What was once a small intimate industry event is now a widely covered celebrity event. "I think it reflects a broader shift over the last few years where fashion has become more and more popular," Style.com's editor in chief Dirk Standen told us. "The internet has had a lot to do with that. It's entertainment on a par with movies and music." So to prep you for tonight's awards we've assembled this handy primer. In it you'll find the complete list of nominees, our predictions on who will take home the big prizes, and all the celebrity presenters and attendees slated to show up.