The minimal outerwear might prove to become just as popular as the brand's handbags.
But New York Fashion Week remained the most diverse in terms of race, size and age.
From Gucci fanny packs to a very chic Céline blanket.
While brunching it up in Brooklyn, because why not?
We went analog with The Impossible Project to recap our week.
See what we're up to — and how many cabs we take — during our craziest time of year.
Plus, Tommy Hilfiger's "Tommyland" paid off from a social media perspective.
Fall 2017's runways featured 31.5 percent models of color, a marginal lift over last season.
A must-read roundup of our most popular stories of the week. You're welcome.
Way to give models a run for their money!
From the hundred-plus shows and presentations on the calendar, our editors narrowed it down to a tight list of their most memorable.
Plus, all of our images from the week in one place.
Color! Nail art! Bowl cuts! Bows!
Just models and clothes. No music or frills. And it was excellent.
Featuring Frances Bean Cobain *and* Mandy Moore breathing the same air.
This is what celebration — not appropriation — looks like.
Plus, sporty logos were a street style hit.
The brand lined the entire inside of its Madison Avenue flagship in fluffy white orchids.
After two seasons of fashion spectacles, the rapper-designer finally toned it down.
She was joined by Kylie Jenner, Tyga, A$AP Ferg and Hailey Baldwin, among others.
No more Mrs. Nice Guy.