From New York to Paris, from actual runway shows to digital presentations, it's been... an interesting Fashion Month.
From classic leather carryalls to pearl-embellished minis, we've edited down the season's offering to our standout styles.
It's all about making a statement — while staying comfortable.
Some of what's in it may surprise you.
The designer talks quarantine doodling, establishing house codes and "making really specific, intentional clothes."
Take it from their "under the sea"-inspired collections.
"It was important to me to challenge how we create our collections, and consider their impact on our communities and the planet," Stuart Vevers said.
Models applied their own makeup and walked for (almost) no audience.
Sweatpants aren't forever, but they'll still be big next spring.
The problem with escapism, though, is that you can lose sight of reality.
The collection — which debuted in a film that spotlights LGBTQ activists, artists and models — will benefit Atlanta's Black queer community.
The designer enlisted some friends to remind you it only takes two minutes to register to vote.
His relatively casual spring 2021 offering represents "the hope of a happier time to come."
Who said focusing on climate change had to be a bummer?
A real throwback, in honor of New York Fashion Week.
"Joy Run" is a continuation of the brand's Fall 2020 presentation, which explored athletics free of a gender binary.
The collection was inspired by the comfort and security that comes from spending time at home.
As fires ravage the American West, the brand looks to Firesticks Alliance, an Indigenous Australian fire and land management group, for hope.
Ahead of the (mostly virtual) September shows, IMG's Noah Kozlowski explains.
The Mulleavy sisters continue to work their magic on clothes.
The tightly-edited spring line is a lot more relaxed and casual than what you might see on the brand's runways.
"This year's theme is 'Black is the new Black,' because we haven't just arrived here," says CEO and founder Brandice Daniel.
She's a front row lesson in relaxed dressing.