Including some very out-of-context "Orange Is the New Black" and "Game of Thrones" cast members.
Maybe even commercial.
Lauren gave us a two-part show with the best of both worlds -- one certainly worth braving the blizzard for.
It looks like designers decided to ignore that whole "nail art is dead" thing this season.
What Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen might just be best at is outerwear (they are, after all, always cold).
Marc Jacobs is starting fresh. Watch his first collection since leaving Louis Vuitton to focus on his namesake label, live as it goes down the runway, right here at 8 p.m. EST.
Totally practical, right?
It's a lot.
Plus, the designer talks about her work with Mayor Bill de Blasio on keeping manufacturing in New York. Oh, and there were the pretty clothes in her fall 2014 collection to speak of, too.
Part geek, part Elaine Benes from "Seinfeld," 100 percent cool.
In celebration of the brand's 20-year anniversary, Alan is focusing on new categories.
There was a lot riding on Reed Krakoff's runway show Wednesday afternoon, Krakoff's first since leaving his post as creative director of Coach after 16 years.
Oh, and I'd love that pink coat now, please.
For fall, Kors showed a rich collection that was worthy of his A-list front row.
Being walked through an AllSaints collection with creative director Wil Beedle is a bit like learning a language through culture immersion.
Designers Kate and Laura Mulleavy were inspired by their childhood, showing looks that conjured up girls dreaming away in their carpeted suburban bedrooms.
There was that same eye-pleasing fusion of print, texture and casual/dressy, found in pajama pants paired with heels; simple sweaters worn with cropped pants in statement prints; and denim-on-denim looks (again, with heels).
An Alice and Wonderland theme offered an occasion -- or, perhaps, an explanation -- for the bold, incongruous clothes Marc by Marc Jacobs trotted down the fall 2014 collection show Tuesday afternoon, where Jacobs & co. installed wooden ramps to make the warehouse space look like a skater park.
It wasn't so much about what she wore, the designer said, but how she wore it.
These outgoing designers are about to embark upon a pretty major time in their careers -- but not before showing their fall collections.