There were aisles upon aisles of Chanel-branded products -- including, surprise, carb-tastic pasta -- as chic "shoppers" (see: Cara Delevingne) strolled around in the house's youthful, colorful clothes. And, more sneakers!
Sex and flash with a little bit of tomboy thrown in: We could see the pop star -- and Olivier Rousteing muse -- wearing so much of this safari-tinged collection.
There was no stepping involved this time, but it's cool nonetheless.
The optical illusion prints, the colors...dizzying but so well done.
The flames made for an exciting backdrop (one that called to mind The Hunger Games) that suited the hot hot hot collection the designer showed for fall.
The rich, opulent and regal nature of Erdem Moralioglu's fall collection provided a stark contrast to the endless parkas and knits of previous shows this week.
His sporty schoolgirl collection also featured yet another boxy leather jacket with a fur-trimmed collar for us to lust over.
You know, the type who, in her oversized leather biker with a fur collar, looks like she hangs out in dark alleys while smoking rollies.
Hunter's show signaled to the fashion industry that it's serious about its new ready-to-wear line, and many well-known buyers and editors responded by showing up.
Like a fashion Macbeth, things are never what they seem when it comes to this designer.
You could describe it as raining crystals on Wall Street.
Totally practical, right?
It's a lot.
Andreas Melbostad’s fall 2014 outing for the label started with a bang, literally: A large metal plate, reminiscent of a solar panel orbiting outer space, crashed down on the stage right before the show began.
Designers Kate and Laura Mulleavy were inspired by their childhood, showing looks that conjured up girls dreaming away in their carpeted suburban bedrooms.
The rest of Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen's collection was just as voluminous and, quite frankly, gorgeous.
Staunch label supporter Kanye West might not have made it this time, but he missed one heck of a show.
It's only Delpozo's third season in New York, but the show has already become one of the highlights of Fashion Week calendar, thanks to the fantastical silhouettes and excellent craftsmanship the Madrid-based label exhibits each season.
Still, the bright hues were contained and used smartly, which is something you'd expect from a designer who, while wild about sex appeal, keeps things pretty refined.
The designer reinterpreted outdoorsy pieces -- utilitarian coats with a zillion pockets on the front, thigh-high waders -- for the most extreme setting of all: the city.
Moody colors, black lace -- it's a tomboy-meets-Victoriana mashup.
"We had a thing with PETA for about six years where you couldn't touch it, and now I'm like a hungry child, you feel it, it just feels right," Lubov Azria, BCBGMaxazria's chief creative officer, said backstage before the show.
We've been seeing a fair amount of forest green in the Pre-Fall 2014 collections of designers -- a trend far more wearable than the gauchos we also keep coming across -- and none perhaps as lust-worthy as the short mink rounded jacket here.