Amidst a backdrop of a bright pink house, models donned matching wigs at Marc Jacobs.
Designer Francisco Costa worked in a color palette of black, white, navy and red for his spring 2015 collection.
Bright solids paired with neutrals was the name of the game at Ralph Lauren.
Erin Fetherston is known for her feminine and flirty designs, and this season was no different.
Ann Sui nails the whole breezy boho vibe.
Fringe, python, leather—there were a lot of badass elements at Proenza.
Between that crazy hair and an I Dream of Jeannie theme, the Blonds show was one to remember.
Flowers, crop tops, color, oh my! Michael Kors truly embraced the season with his joyful spring 2015 collection.
It was a celebration of all things feminine at Oscar de la Renta: pink gingham, sweet floral frocks—and even a crop top or two.
Shrek sweaters, hot pants, fuzzy slippers and even an appearance by Miley Cyrus—the Jeremy Scott show was heavy on spectacle.
Pops of red stood out brilliantly against neutrals at Sophie Theallet.
Timo Weiland was one of the many labels this season to embrace the pastel and crop top trends.
Jenny Packham dazzled from the first look to the last with her candy-colored confections.
Between all the mixed mediums, those pierced eyelids and a set made of 308 pounds of Swarovski crystal, there was plenty to take in at Rodarte!
Everything at Tory Burch was effortlessly pretty and so wearable.
The polka dots and color palette at Marc by Marc kind of reminded us of Patti Mayonnaise. Or is it just us?
Vera Wang worked in an ultra dark palette for her latest collection.
J. Crew had the three Cs down pat: colorful, casual and cool.
Pastel hues gave a soft vibe to an ultra sexy collection of eveningwear.
Last season Zac Posen was all about over-the-top volume, but for spring 2015 he focused on a much slimmer silhouette.
Looks ranged from sweet candy stripes to fierce jewel tones.
Forget bold colors or pastels, at Rag & Bone it was all about neutrals.
Fun, flirty, ready to party—this is the Alice + Olivia we love.
Is it hot in here or is it just Reem Acra? Between the plunging necklines and sheer fabrics, this just may be the designer's sexiest collection yet.