Here's a recap of some of my favorite New York Fashion Week runway shows from A-Z.

Alexander Wang

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This show had Alexander Wang written all over it, I mean the brand name was literally all over the collection that included babydoll tops mixed with leather and menswear inspired pieces. 


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BCBGMAXAZRIA showcased some oversized and flowy numbers with impressionist-looking flowers to lend some edge.

Badgley Mischka

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Badgley Mischka’s gowns emanated elegance and power despite all of their delicate details.

Betsey Johnson

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Betsey Johnson sent out bubble gum colored wigs for her edgy girly girl. Pretty in Pink anyone?

Carolina Herrera 

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Carolina Herrera’s collection had bold geometric patterns coupled with lots of flowy movement.


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Desigual’s collection “For everybody. Sex Fun & Love” started off with lots of black and white daisies then eased into more color and print combos.

Diane Von Furstenberg

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When Naomi Campbell sashays onto a runway, you can’t help but stare. And stare I did as Diane von Furstenberg sent out her collection down the catwalk.


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DKNY celebrated its 25th anniversary with a collection that seemed to channel 90s hip hop with baseball caps, denim overalls and prints that looked like bandanas.

J. Mendel

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Magical. That's the word that I would use to sum up the transition from pastel dresses, with fur accessories, to the dramatic gowns in J. Mendel's show.

Jenny Packham

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Jenny Packham’s show was a sophisticated take on a flower child’s maxi dress, packed with wow factor beading and pearls.

Kate Spade

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Kate Spade's collection reflected colors and style from travels around Europe to such fabulous locations as Paris, Monaco and Capri.

Marc by Marc Jacobs

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Marc by Marc Jacobs sent me back to a 70s disco and had me saying, "pyschadelic prints, sequins and shiny satin, Oh my!" 

Marc Jacobs

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Organ music and chanting set the tone for the Marc Jacobs show. 

Michael Kors

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The 40s and 70s really came together in romantic harmony for the Michael Kors show.

Oscar de la Renta

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Oscar de la Renta’s bright gowns were full of flirty tulle and oozed femininity from head to hem.

Rachel Zoe  

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Rachel Zoe’s wearable collection included more than just her trademark maxi dresses, it was a cross between safari chic and glam city goer.

Ralph Lauren

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Ralph Lauren took the Mary-Janes clad school girl and gave her a sophisticated make-over

The Blonds

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That’s a heck of a sock bun! I love this femme-fatale-space-cadet look by The Blonds, but I'm not sure that it fits into my wardrobe.

Tommy Hilfiger

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Tommy Hilfiger’s models sported laid back retro inspired pieces that need to be strut down Cali beach boardwalks.

Zac Posen

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If mother nature were to take human form, I imagine that she’d look like one of Zac Posen’s ruffled models.

Which NY fashion week show was YOUR favorite?

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