The mullet-style dress first appeared on the brand's Spring 2018 runway last month.
Not only did racial diversity on the runways reach an all-time high, but there was also an improvement in plus-size, transgender, non-binary and over-50 representation.
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An American fashion classic.
Sequins for spring? Groundbreaking.
Because let's be real, we could all use one.
We're always here for a beauty trend that encourages laziness.
Who knew there were so many different ways you could use eyeliner?
And they've never looked chicer.
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen opted for a chic, intimate show over coffee and croissants at the Carlyle Hotel.
We probably have the Instagirls to thank for this one.
Being matchy-matchy is overrated.
Stacey Bendet tapped some of her favorite ladies to create the show set.
Who doesn't love a little sparkle?
Set on a public track on the East River, the show was a treat for both fashion editors and unsuspecting New Yorkers just looking for a workout.
As runway beauty (and the makeup used to create it) becomes more broad and inclusive, why are lip colors being streamlined?
Oliver's debut was crazy, sexy and cool, but we'll still miss Hood By Air.
Coincidence or not?
Proceed with caution.
Fernando Garcia and Laura Kim channeled the late Mr. de la Renta for a fantastic collection with a fresh new spirit.