This season, designers continued to push the boundaries of fashion creating looks out of blue collar professions.
Starting with a Zoolander No. 2 premiere, the week found top models Karly Loyce, Gigi Hadid, Kendall Jenner, Leomie Anderson and Imaan Hammam walking the hottest shows.
Georgine Ratelband channeled The Brothers Grimm for her fall 2016 collection at The Gallery at Skylight Lincoln Center.
For fall 2016 the designer who hails from Dallas focused on layering, clean lines, fun prints and femininity in fabrication and flow.
This safe-yet-playful sensibility that the designers have cultivated over the course of the label’s history has had it’s moment again this A/W season.
If Rebecca Minkoff’s latest collection is giving you dj vu, it’s because you have seen it before.
Creative director Nicole Hanley found inspiration in how paintings are preserved at the Prado Museum in Madrid.
Laced up and dripped out, the frozen looking models sported platform sneakers, boots and heels with black and white athleisurewear separates.
Paying homage, and aptly named The Urban Nomad, the Nicholas K collection took us to a utilitarian world.
The collection of 38 –with six available now– gave a consistent picture of what the brand continues to build upon: tightly woven knits, structured wool coats, tapered slacks and well pl