It's day two of New York Fashion Week and things are in full swing! Day one proved to be an epic showcase of style both inside the tents and out on the streets and we were on-site to bring you the best moments.
Sometimes, it doesn't matter if a piece of clothing is mint green or crisp black. It can have just as much edge, no matter the hue. Such was the case for 3.1 Philip Lim's fall '14 line, that ranged from lavender to a deep, midnight blue. The common thread (see what we did there?): It was just painfully cool.
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Well, we guess Kendall Jenner is a "legitimate" model now.
Kendall made her major runway debut in the Marc Jacobs Fall 2014 runway show on Thursday (Feb. 13), which happened to also be the last night of New York Fashion Week. As the reality star-turned-model made her way down the catwalk, she donned a deep V-neck sweater that happened to be very sheer.
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It's the final day of New York Fashion Week, folks. We are DONE -- and the weather agrees.
Earlier this week, we were obsessing over all the pink accessories we saw, and on day eight, we noticed a trend of soft greys and pastels. From Calvin Klein to Ralph Lauren, we spotted this color combination all over the runways... but especially on Lupita Nyong'o, who sat front row at Calvin Klein (wedged between Anna Wintour and Naomi Watts). Whether it was silk dresses and feathered coats, or macaroons and fluffy grey puppies, we were embracing it all on Instagram. Read the rest here.
The best pictures ever taken at New York Fashion Week, here.
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Maybe not all style rules are made to be broken, but we'll be damned if we don't at least bend 'em. And, with the debut of the new J.Crew fall '14 collection, this was the common theme of the lineup.
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— Tom + Lorenzo® (@tomandlorenzo) February 12, 2014