NYFW Fall 2014 Day 6: The 10 Most Standout Looks From Tory Burch, J. Crew, Marc Jacobs and More

We're rounding the corner onto the home stretch of this Fashion Week marathon. But before we cross the finish line, let's pause and enjoy today's moments that were filled with stunning (albeit some strange) pieces from Marc Jacobs, Oscar de la Renta, Badgley Mischka and Tory Burch — just to name a few. Here are the 10 most standout looks from day 6 of New York Fashion Week Fall 2014.

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OSCAR DE LA RENTA FALL 2014

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If Lupita Nyong’o still hasn’t decided what to wear for her big Oscar night, allow me to direct her attention to Oscar de la Renta’s Fall 2014 collection, particularly this gorgeous black and pink ball gown that screams old Hollywood glamour.

TORY BURCH FALL 2014

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Tory Burch redefined schoolgirl chic with slouchy knits, flirty dresses and neutral tones. I especially loved this embroidered black co-ord layered over a gray turtleneck and long, wool knee socks

BADGLEY MISCHKA FALL 2014

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If you’re tired of seeing minimalist patterns and menswear-inspired pieces, look no further than Badgley Mischka. His models, or “Russian princesses” (as one of our other writers described them), oozed opulence and glamour in beautiful feminine pieces and furs aplenty.

MARC JACOBS FALL 2014

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Big-bowed ninjas walked the runway at Marc by Marc Jacobs, showing a much more playful and colorful side of the designer than what we’re used to seeing.

J. CREW FALL/WINTER 2014

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Leave it to Jenna Lyons to delight us with a surprising colorful display of printed trousers, knit sweaters and tailored coats.

RODARTE FALL 2014

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Things got a little weird at Rodarte (see: Star Wars dresses), but that’s not necessarily a bad thing, especially if it delivers something like this futuristic furry pant suit. .

VERA WANG FALL 2014

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Vera Wang must’ve felt pretty badass, when designing this dark and romantic Fall collection. Who knew the same person behind those princess-y and immaculate bridal gowns was also capable of building an ensemble of black leathers and fur.

DIESEL FALL 2014

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Diesel balances feminine whites and pleated accents with metallic elements for the perfect amount of edginess.

LIBERTINE FALL 2014

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There has been an obvious absence of animal prints on the runway, so it was exciting to see this leopard-accented dress during Libertine’s show.

JENNY PACKHAM FALL 2014

Jenny Packham excels in creating pieces that flatter the womanly figure and this ruffly, deep-v gown is no exception.

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