It truly is impossible to properly digest and review every single collection that takes the runway for Fashion Week, so in order to bring you a true sampling of what we saw, here’s a cocktail of our favorite looks, broken down by designer and day, for some of the most striking pieces to have been shown throughout the week.
Noon by Noor
Expertly worked silks, in a bevy of stunning vibrant peach shades; this look, with strong shoulder details, stuck out amongst the rest as our favorite piece from the collection.
There’s a lot to love from this collection, but noticeably, you can wear every piece. No seriously. It was perfection!
The brand’s 2013 spring showing touched on all the bases you’d expect (swimwear, jackets, boat shoes, casual separates), but introduced a bit of color that any man, from your dad to your boyfriend, can, and will easily embrace for spring.
It appears as if Miller dove into her own archives for this 80s-inspired collection with sheers, cutouts, silhouettes, and patterns reminiscent of the best of late 1980s fashion.
Filmy layers and monochromatic looks, Stuarts signature, were looking better than ever for a spring ahead that emphasizes neutrals paired with hard and soft fabrications.
A bevy of layers, angularity, and corset bodices were worked and reworked in a selection of water color prints and solid black.
With the Culture Club’s Boy George as inspiration, 80s classics were revisited in an avant-garde take via oversized silhouettes and checkerboards patterns, featuring massive hearts and letters.