Michael Kors Spring 2016
There’s no doubt Michael Kors is a master of American design. Each season we find ourselves taken aback at just how good he is. He understands the American woman today to a T. There were feminine dresses, a ruby red plunging neckline dress with fleurettes and a sheer chiffon red and black dress with a dramatic leather
Delpozo Spring 2016
All the looks from the Delpozo Spring 2016 collection.
Suno Spring 2016
Suno has entered the accessory game. After several seasons of collaborating with Nicholas Kirkwood, Suno debuted its first footwear line on the runway today. The italian-made chaussures came in white, black and powder blue rubbery looking heels, flats with strips of color, and some slip on flats in black and white that would certainly be a wardrobe
Oscar de la Renta Spring 2016
Peter Copping has found his footing. The designer’s second collection at Oscar is more of a 50-50 split between his own sensibilities and the house’s historical aesthetic. Case in point: a pink taffeta strapless gown that was 2016-ified with black lace. Especially divine: a belted silver suit that will perform for ladies who both work and lunch.
Coach Spring 2016
All the looks from the Coach Spring 2016 collection.
Narciso Rodriguez Spring 2016
If your aim is to look foolproof, Narciso’s your man. His sherbet-shaded spring is unabashedly delicious, thanks to the sexy cascading hemlines and body-con silhouettes. Just to reiterate: An oversize, three-quarters coat and a fluid pant is an essential pairing.
Milly Spring 2016
All the looks from the Milly Spring 2016 collection.
Dennis Basso Spring 2016
All the looks from the Dennis Basso Spring 2016 collection.
Vera Wang Spring 2016
All the looks from the Vera Wang Spring 2016 collection.
Rodarte Spring 2016
Outerwear, anyone? Mongolian lamb coats are Rodarte’s hottest offering, so fingers crossed-ish for a cool spring. The rest of the ’70s fare was familiar territory—but it’s OK to invest in this trend now, because it isn’t going anywhere.