Runway

SEASON FINDER
Year
Season
Designer
  • The Daily Front Row | February 13, 2017

    Prabal Gurung Fall/ Winter 2017

    Fur real, loves—Prabal Gurung is churning out some appealing floral fuzzies. Same goes for shear jackets, floral dresses, and an epic silver lamé number that’s practically guaranteed to be the best way to spend your bonus. (Some industries still get those, right?) Had Prabal shown earlier in the week, it could have rescued one of

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  • The Daily Front Row | February 13, 2017

    J Crew Fall/ Winter 2017

    J Crew Fall/Winter 2017. Watch this space for the review!

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  • The Daily Front Row | February 13, 2017

    Sies Marjan Fall/ Winter 2017

    Should you hit the town or curl up on a chaise and take a sweet slumber in Sies Marjan’s silky wonderland? How about both? The beauty of Sander Lak’s splendidly colorful creations lies in their ease and wearability. Want to have the crowd at Mr. Chow (uptown) swivel their heads as you descend the staircase?

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  • The Daily Front Row | February 12, 2017

    Tome Fall/Winter 2017

    The runways have been embracing plus-size and women of all ages more than ever this season—some with better results than others. Tome joined in and the star of the show was Jacky O’Shaughnessy, the elegant gray-haired woman styled in a blush pink PVC trench over a fur vest, black pants, and a white button-down. It’s

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  • The Daily Front Row | February 12, 2017

    “Make America New York”: Public School Fall/Winter 2017

    There have been endless political references in the collections this season, but Public School really takes the cake. Red baseball caps mimicking the Trump campaign’s propaganda paraphernalia read “Make America New York.” Those will be flying off the shelves. Indeed, it’s New York’s endless mix of culture, ethnicities, the haves and the have-nots, that make

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  • The Daily Front Row | February 12, 2017

    Dion Lee Fall/Winter 2017

    It was another neutral moment for Dion Lee this season, save for a few pops of color like cerulean blue, burnt sienna, or hunter green, and the electric orange backdrop. The designer cited chain jewelry as an inspiration, which popped up in the form of army-like sashes across the bodice, ’90s chain wallets hanging from pants, and chic versions

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  • Paige Reddinger | February 12, 2017

    No After-Party: Alexander Wang Fall/Winter 2017

    “No After-Party” was printed in red at the bottom of the Alexander Wang invitation for the Fall/Winter 2017 show. No one seemed to believe it, however. Before entering the venue in Harlem, guests were audibly mumbling about the after-party. That intensified when, upon walking into the venue, guests were greeted by giant stacks of Peroni kegs and were handed

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  • The Daily Front Row | February 12, 2017

    Tibi Fall/Winter 2017

    Merci Tibi for this much needed burst of color! Many of the runways have been moody and dark this season in the wake of a tumultuous 2016, but designer Amy Smilovic has plenty of reason to feel upbeat. While other New York designers are reaching their first decade, Smilovic is celebrating her 20th year in

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  • The Daily Front Row | February 12, 2017

    Jonathan Simkhai Fall/Winter 2017

    Jonathan Simkhai’s collection this season was an exercise in opulence. The elaborate looks were thanks to the designer’s love of old-world Spain and its architecture, and the best ones were the first to walk the runway: a Matador-inspired high-waisted black pantsuit with a cropped jacket and a beautiful dress with a circular motif. A cream bell-sleeved crop-top with

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  • The Daily Front Row | February 11, 2017

    Jeremy Scott Fall/ Winter 2017

    Elvis! Michael Jackson! Marie Antoinette! Jesus on Gigi! If you’re feeling starry eyed after that onslaught of imagery, you should be. The front-of-house at Scott’s show all wore t-shirts by the designer with the numbers of congressmen on the back, making it clear ahead of time that this would be a not so subtle jab

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