Suno. Where sheer black, gold polka dots and printed drop crotch pants reign . . .
Rodarte successfully string charm into their collections while maintaining a level of seriousness . . .
Marc Jacobs. Enormous fuzzy asshats, footwear fit for a leprechaun and so many layers . . .
At Kevork Kiledijan a sea of bodycon leather dresses, subtle flares at the end of several pairs of leather and microfiber pants, and somewhat military inspired . . .
Theyskens' Theory a palette of dark and muted colors continue to follow suit a continuing trend . . .
Herve Leger - those are in fact gorilla arms and pleats at left, a fur peplum over full skirt at right . . .
At J. Mendel gowns were shown in hues of mustard and hunter green clad in unconventional embroidery and the expected lush fur accents. An interesting use of gold, too . . .
Michael Kors seemed like an ode to 1970s lumberjack-hunter glam. Funny thing about this hunter, she evidently wears her prey . . .
Prabal Gurung "Uncursed." a collection he called, the progression from heaven to hell. I am in love . . .
Derek Lam experiments with floral prints on leather, cropped palazzo silhouettes, gowns paired with knits and a little more patent leather . . .
Bright pom poms, sporadic fringe and unexpected color punches: at Altuzarra, tailored gypsies were all the rage . . .
At Thakoon a salute to femininity strung together by unexpected quirks like embellished leaf prints, cut out leather cross hatching, and beautiful red, fuschia and raspberry palettes . . .
At Ralph Lauren, everything was very...Ralph Lauren. The classic herringbone, hounds-tooth, wool nature of the Americana brand . . .
Proenza Schouler opened the show in an array of over-sized white silhouettes paired with rugged chunky shoes. The sporadic leather trouser made its way too but the general vibe of this show was as Style.com put it, "Asian in a New York way." . . .
Until next time NYFW!