Runway

SEASON FINDER
Year
Season
Designer
  • Daniel Chivu | September 21, 2017

    Fendi Spring/Summer 2018

    Karl Lagerfeld‘s take on Fendi this season focused on Italian Futurism along with ’30s and ’40s silhouettes done in stripes and deep v’s all mostly forming triangular patterns. It was sharp, sleek, and sexy but perhaps most importantly, these days anyway, it was cool. Aside from the obviously fabulous leathers and mix of stripes and

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  • Paige Reddinger | September 21, 2017

    Fausto Puglisi Spring/Summer 2018

    Italians aren’t known for their minimalism, but Spring 2018 has seen more than one designer toning things down in Milan. This season Fausto Puglisi‘s muse was Carolyn Bessette Kennedy, which provided for some softer inspiration than last season’s meditations on Catholicism and Papal attire. Lace and tulle touched nearly every piece of the collection, so

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  • Paige Reddinger | September 20, 2017

    Alberta Ferretti Spring/Summer 2018

    Alberta Ferretti decided to pare back this season, having decided less is more. The show opened with a series of monotone black and brown one-piece swimsuits—this is a woman who owns a yacht named Prometheus, after all. What followed were some simple but still romantic evening wear in black and then a series of the

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  • The Daily Front Row | September 20, 2017

    Gucci Spring/Summer 2018

    Alessandro Michele has made a big name for himself for his gaudy and eccentric reinvention of Gucci, so it makes perfect sense that his muse this season was Elton John. The iconic singer’s middle name is Hercules, after all and since taking over the reigns at Gucci, Michele has driven profits to the tune of

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  • The Daily Front Row | September 19, 2017

    TOMMYNOW’s Rock Circus Closes Out London Fashion Week

    TOMMYNOW’s Rock Circus closed out London Fashion Week at The Roundhouse today, combining men’s and women’s collections for the first time, including Hilfiger Edition, Hilfiger Collection, and the third TommyXGigi capsule with Gigi Hadid. The see-now, buy-now show was a display of all the Fall 2017 looks, a rebellious take on the brand’s ‘90s heritage—grunge meets

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  • Julia Murphree | September 15, 2017

    5 Nail Art Trends That Reigned Supreme at NYFW

    For the last several seasons we’ve suffered through no-mani manis (the nail equivalent of no-makeup makeup), with backstage manicurists touting short, clean, “naked” nails as the trend to try. But at the Spring 2018 shows, nails made major noise with looks that were anything but minimal. So kiss those nude nails goodbye and prepare to

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  • The Daily Front Row | September 14, 2017

    Marc Jacobs Spring/Summer 2018

    Marc Jacobs sent out a loud and vibrant collection this season, but like last season’s Hip-Hop ode, there was no music to set the tune of the vibe. The show was entitled “Somewhere” and the show notes stated, “During the last few months while friends vacationed, we took a holiday in our heads and went

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  • The Daily Front Row | September 13, 2017

    Delpozo Spring/Summer 2018

    Pure optimism! Delpozo’s Spring 2018 show was a lesson in joie: pastels, playful oversized hairbows, flowing silhouettes, and live music by Roberto Carlos Lange and Helado Negro. Joseph Font’s tenth collection at the Spanish brand referenced Slovakian photographer Maria Svarbova’s “Swimming Pools” series and the bandleader Xavier Cugat. Flamenco touches and pops of neon, plus

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  • The Daily Front Row | September 13, 2017

    Michael Kors Spring/Summer 2018

    Manhattan to Malibu! Beverly Hills to Bora Bora! Michael Kors has always known how to dress the jet-set, but this season he was particularly inspired. Tie dye? Flip flops? Who would have thought? Carolyn Murphy opened the show in a lust worthy pink tie dye sweatshirt dress, but the trick is that it was made

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  • The Daily Front Row | September 13, 2017

    Ralph Lauren Fall 2017

    Va va va vroom! It was full speed as Ralph Lauren brought his Fall 2017 show to Bedford, New York where Mr. Lauren presented the collection in his garage where he houses his collection of pricey cars (Ferraris, Porches, Bugattis, et. al). The show opened with a slew of Ralph Lauren’s classic suiting—the kind that

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