New York Fashion Week Fall 2014: The 10 Most Standout Looks From Day 3
Congrats, you guys! We've all successfully made it to day three. Cheers to us. Get cozy on the couch, pour a glass of vino and take a peek at some of my favorite looks from today's shows. Saturday hosted some of the most highly anticipated collections of the season (we're looking at you Alexander Wang in Brooklyn), and while the bar was set super high, all of the designers exceeded our expectations. Here are the 10 most standout looks from day three.
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MARA HOFFMAN FALL/WINTER 2014
As expected, Mara Hoffman’s models were visions in tribal fabrics and North African-inspired prints.
REBECCA TAYLOR FALL 2014
Pale shades in the form of tailored trousers, chic coats and feminine skirts ruled the runway at Rebecca Taylor.
LACOSTE FALL 2014
If you’re looking for something equally stylish and comfortable, consider this elegant sporty red tracksuit.
TIBI FALL 2014
Tibi’s pastel-colored coats, gorgeous mules and crisp top hats had me (almost literally) drooling with desire.
PRABAL GURUNG FALL 2014
Shades of red reigned supreme at Prabal Gurung’s collection, this stunning, high neck gown sitting at the top.
JILL STUART FALL 2014
Jill Stuart balanced ultra-girly dresses shimmering with glitter with edgier leather and black accents.
ADEAM FALL 2014
Suddenly I’m craving a neapolitan ice cream cone…
ALTUZARRA FALL 2014
Bright pinks, oranges and blues rocked Altuzarra’s runway, proving that Fall doesn’t have to always be bleak.
HERVÉ LÉGER FALL 2014
The designer updated his iconic bandage skirts and dresses with cut-outs, embellished beading and feathered accents.
ALEXANDER WANG FALL 2014
If you’re wondering how all the cool kids will be dressing for Fall, pay close attention to Alexander Wang’s entire Fall 2014. It was futuristic minimalism at its best.