And that's a wrap, folks! Well, almost.
We're in the final home stretch of Fashion Week, and we're giving you all the deets on what's gone down so far.
The very end of Fashion Week was arguably the craziest, with some of the most outrageous getups we've seen this season. We're looking at you, Jeremy Scott. His sports-themed collection was a crazy carnival of fuzzy football jerseys, knee-high sneakers, and scary monster sweaters.
And then there's Betsey Johnson, who finished her show with a celebratory cartwheel down the runway (she's 71 and does it every season). Her candy-colored designs were 100 percent kooky. We're talking lime green fur vests and metallic blue mini dresses.
Now let's turn to the less-crazy, refreshingly wearable stuff. Oh, Michael Kors. How we love thee. He manages to churn out gorgeous, effortless pieces season after season, and he didn't disappoint with his latest collection. Our favorite pieces? All the beautiful fur jackets and wool coats. Perfect.
Also utterly fresh and clean was Ralph Lauren. He really knows how to pull off winter whites, and one look at his collection has us thinking we could actually wear the head-to-toe white look. We also love how he accessorized with berets. Keep an eye out for berets being big for fall.
And we've gotta hand it to up-and-coming designer Wes Gordon. You may not have heard of him, but take note now! He delivered a collection of beautiful dresses and separates—and we are obsessed with that floor-length, ice blue wool coat. Gorgeous.
Other notes and notables: Oscar de la Renta's supersized gowns, J. Mendel's cool fur pieces and Nanette Lepore's sexy and sophisticated collection of wearable day dresses.
And that's it! Well, practically. Marc Jacobs will show tonight and then that's a wrap on New York Fashion Week!
Want even more scoop and behind-the-scenes action? Be sure to tune in to "Secrets of Fashion Week" tomorrow, Friday February 14 at 8PM ET/PT on E!