Runway

SEASON FINDER
Year
Season
Designer
  • Dena Silver | September 5, 2014

    Tadashi Shoji Spring 2015

    Tadashi Shoji was inspired by Venice for his Spring collection, a vision that came to life via pieces that were light in texture, sheer, and had a dreamy quality, something Shoji’s red carpet clients will adore. For example, there was an ivory lace trench, a gold lace cape gown, and even a silver metallic tulle gown with mesh

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  • Dena Silver | September 5, 2014

    Desigual Spring 2015

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  • Daniel Chivu | September 5, 2014

    Creatures of the Wind Spring 2015

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  • Daniel Chivu | September 5, 2014

    Marissa Webb Spring 2015

    Before her show, Marissa Webb told us that it was going to be a mix of East meets West, but it was also her signature mix of tomboy meets girly-girl. That meant militaristic army green pinafores worn over flowy white romantic dresses, boyish blazers worn over silk slip dresses, and a sheer white organza cargo

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  • Daniel Chivu | September 4, 2014

    Catch Mercedes-Benz’s NYFW Shows, Livestreaming Right Here!

    We’re just two days away from the flurry of runways that is NYFW, darlings. Be sure to check out our livestream of the catwalks at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week’s plethora of shows at the tents, right here, all week, beginning Thursday morning. See you in the front row!

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  • Dena Silver | September 4, 2014

    Lisa Perry Spring 2015

    Lisa Perry kept it consistent this season by looking towards an artist for her inspiration, and this season that point of focus was Barnett Newman. The late American painter is well-known for his simple geometric canvases, usually created from a solid background broken up by a contrasting line. Perry lifted this concept directly, striping flounce

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  • Daniel Chivu | September 4, 2014

    VFiles Spring 2015

    The VFiles show is an increasingly hot fashion week ticket thanks to the hype and atmosphere surrounding the shows. The music is always electrifying, the fashion is avant-garde street, and the crowd is young (very young) and almost painfully hip. There’s always the feeling that you’re witnessing some fresh cultural happening. And it has been

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  • Dena Silver | September 4, 2014

    Houghton Spring 2015

    Can a walk of shame be chic? That’s the question Houghton designer Katharine Polk put out at her Spring 2015 showing. And it turns out, the answer is yes. This season the Houghton girl seemed to just pick up her boyfriend’s blue silk pants with a wide hem off the floor after a late night, threw

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  • Dena Silver | September 4, 2014

    Yoana Baraschi Spring 2015

    Over a few chocolate croissants and sips of iced coffee at The Wayfarer, Yoana Baraschi showed off her Spring 2015 collection yesterday. “The collection was inspired by the bold graphics and clash of colors that you see in the African aesthetic, which is very close to street couture,” the designer told your Daily. And featuring a

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  • Dena Silver | September 4, 2014

    Dannijo Spring 2015

    When packing for a road trip, there are a few essentials: good tunes, a few snacks, some luggage overstuffed with essential threads, and a whole lot of jewelry. That was the tune that Dannijo was after for their Spring 2015 presentation, where they presented their sparkling baubles on mods decked out in vintage denim shorts,

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  • Paige Reddinger | July 11, 2014

    Vionnet Couture Fall 2014

    For Hussein Chalayan‘s demi-couture show chez Vionnet, pleating was the premise for most of the collection, which was comprised almost entirely of evening gowns. They had the same technical arty flair for which Chalayan’s designs have come to be known. Take, for instance, a navy blue strapless organza gown with subtle hints of white piping

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  • Dena Silver | July 11, 2014

    Viktor & Rolf Couture Fall 2014

    There was a singular theme for Viktor & Rolf’s Fall showing: red. So yes, the set, the runway, the clothes, and the accessories were all in coordinating hues of red. But the meaning behind the show was much deeper than just a color obsession. After all, this is Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren we’re talking about.

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | July 10, 2014

    Elie Saab Couture Fall 2014

    If anyone can do Couture with aplomb, with an uberloyal clientele of fangirls, and with no elaborate detail spared, it’s Elie Saab. His Couture getups for Fall were par for the unapologetically ornate course, rife with both buttery pastel hues (a couple of pinky shades; plenty of blue, from cornflower to a rich midnight navy)

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  • Dena Silver | July 10, 2014

    Maison Martin Margiela Couture Fall 2014

    Continuity between collections isn’t always a hallmark of the Couture offerings. But it goes without saying that the Fall 2014 couture collection from Maison Martin Margiela nearly seamlessly emerged from Spring’s offerings. The most telling sign of this pattern was look 15, which combined patchwork, heavy beading, and tattoo-esque designs, all in one dress. Those three details were

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  • Paige Reddinger | July 10, 2014

    Valentino Couture Fall 2014

    Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli‘s designs for Valentino tend to look like they’ve leapt off the canvases of history’s greatest artists, and this season’s Couture showing was no exception. Absolutely beautiful pre-Raphaelite inspired clothing floated down the runway. Some pieces took inspiration from Roman togas and were worn with gladiator sandals (all of which

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  • Paige Reddinger | July 9, 2014

    Chanel Couture Fall 2014

    Le Courbusier and concrete. Those were the themes swirling inside Karl Lagerfeld‘s head when creating this season’s Chanel Couture looks. In terms of the setting, the result was much more pared down from his previous extravagances like a full-blown supermarket or art gallery. The backdrop featured two faux fireplaces and a pair of decorative mirrors

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  • Dena Silver | July 9, 2014

    Ulyana Sergeenko Couture Fall 2014

    For Fall, Ulyana Sergeenko strayed from her easy-going Russian lore, instead debuting a stark, strong collection with more than just a few political undertones. She took inspiration from the former Soviet Union, weaving in her own feminine and sexy details. So how did she make her political statement? That would start with look one, which included a

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  • Paige Reddinger | July 8, 2014

    Dior Couture Fall 2014

    Raf Simons’ Couture latest spanned centuries. While designers are always referencing other eras, Simons packed in several time periods of inspiration into one show, from 18th century court costumes and Edwardian coats to ’20s flappers and NASA astronaut jumpsuits. It was, of course, another stellar showing from Simons, who is constantly proving he can come up

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  • Dena Silver | July 8, 2014

    Giambattista Valli Couture Fall 2014

    Perhaps you’ve seen the images by now, splashed across Instagram and Twitter, of Giambattista Valli‘s finale of ruffled couture gowns in tropical hues, topped off with round shades and a chic white turban-esque topper. An overdose of Old Hollywood glamour? Anything but. The collection was a refresher course on what couture should be: a smattering of simple,

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  • Paige Reddinger | July 7, 2014

    Schiaparelli Couture Fall 2014

    Since reviving the house of Schiaparelli, Marco Zanini has been spicing up the couture runways by bringing his wild interpretation of Elsa Schiaparelli’s quirky style, which was often influenced by surrealist artists Salvador Dali and Alberto Giacometti. One of Elsa “Schiap” Schiaparelli’s most famous designs was her 1969 white gown, featuring a giant red lobster

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