Carol Lim and Humberto Leon used their NYFW stage as a platform to shed light on the importance of democracy.
Feast your eyes on the season's best.
From Yeezy Season 3 in New York to Vetements in Paris, the industry has feverishly embraced the too-cool-to-care aesthetic — on the runways and in the street.
Show-goers dress for transitional weather with colorful, fuzzy scarves.
Ashley B. Chew explains how a frustrating casting experience led her to create the bag and why she doesn't want it to become a trend.
Grab your glitter and get to work.
These days, being at a runway show is as much — if not more — about capturing moments for social media as it is about the live experience. At what cost?
Before the fashion crowd heads to Europe, catch up on New York's biggest talking points with our handy cheat sheet.
That's a wrap!
In an unexpected turn of events, many of our choices were unanimous.
NYFW wrapped up with the big guns: Calvin Klein, Marc Jacobs and Ralph Lauren.
It was Hot Topic meets Beetlejuice meets 'Downton Abbey' — there were even emo cats.
What to wear if you're a quirky art teacher, but also an austere minimalist.
A series of red carpet-ready liquid gold gowns closed out the show.
Let's call this the Vetements Effect.
Let's hope there's some Heattech on under there.