Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Our Favorite Moments from New York Fashion Week Fall 2015


Day by day, we're bringing you some of our favorite moments from all of the stylish activities going on in New York City during Fashion Week Fall 2015.

Click through to see an editor's eye view of NYFW. Then, see all the best looks from the collections.





We loved these '70s-inspired pieces at Frame Denim's presentation.


We got up close and personal with Cinderella's actual gown from the upcoming film at a JCPenney event.


We were getting serious Jane Austen vibes at Tia Cibani's presentation. Dying over that hair!


Organza layers and triangle-shaped embellishments ruled Charles Youssef's second collection. Our style editor Bethany Cantor got to chat with the designer, who gushed, "I think triangles are just my shape!" He also calls being picked up by Barneys a "dream come true" and said he created a mood board long ago with his dreams depicted and included a photo of a Barneys rack.


Kesha looked almost unrecognizable in her girly glam ensemble at Timo Weiland's show.


Models flaunted bare faces and bold splatter-painted nails at Desigual.


Orange is the New Black star Laverne Cox strutted her stuff at the Go Red for Women runway show.


This unbelievable lace gown by Romona Keveza took a whopping four months to make. We can't wait to see if a lucky celebrity gets to wear it at an awards show soon.


At KYE, we fell for this blazer with a stitched heart design. It was an appropriate design to see the day before Valentine's Day!


Ulla Johnson wooed us with style cues from the mid 1960s: fringe, peasant tops and a free-spirited air.


We adored this twisted ponytail created by TRESemmé backstage at Herve Leger.


Christian Siriano transformed the runway into a jungle with his lively, lustrous collection, and we were smitten every last detail down to his colorful, chunky heels.

From feathers to intricate beading, Alice + Olivia's new collection leaves no shortage of embellishments to admire.

article via StyleBistro

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