Best Looks, NYFW

Antonio de Moraes Barros Filho/FilmMagic, JP Yim/Getty Images for Kerastase, Courtesy Zimmermann, Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for NYFW: The Shows

And that's a wrap for day two!

After pouring over the dreamy opening day collections, we were back at it again today for even more must-see New York Fashion Week shows. Day two reaffirms that there are some clear trends cropping up on the runway already, including delicate halter necklines, punchy coral separates and "gimme that" worthy skirts featuring sharp knife pleats.

With some fashion heavy-hitters showing today, including first-time New York Fashion Week presenter Riccardo Tisci, whose Givenchy brought some major star power out to Hudson River Park (yes, we're talking Kendall Jenner, Kimye and more), these are shows you do not want to miss.

Cushnie Et Ochs Runway, NYFW

Antonio de Moraes Barros Filho/FilmMagic

For the ultimate in cool-girl chic, look no further than the duo behind Cushnie Et Ochs: This season, keyhole cutouts, sexy black leather one-pieces and slim-fitting silhouettes were fodder for fashionista sighs at Carly Cushnie and Michelle Ochs spring-summer presentation.

Kate Spade Runway, NYFW

Monica Schipper/Getty Images

The trend story at Kate Spade was not necessarily new (sequin sheath dresses, flouncy tiers and polka dots abound, as per always)—which is why the kitschy, almost too-chic-for-words accessories really caught our attention. From ice cream truck clutches to wicker beehive bucket bags, we were taken with it all.

Jason Wu Runway, NYFW

JP Yim/Getty Images for Kerastase

Does Jason Wu ever disappoint? The answer to that is definitively no. Frothy coral dresses, waist-cinching coats and watercolor prints were par the covetable course on his catwalk. For these collections and even more big designer shows, click through our gallery below!

  • Share
  • Tweet
  • Share

We and our partners use cookies on this site to improve our service, perform analytics, personalize advertising, measure advertising performance, and remember website preferences. By using the site, you consent to these cookies. For more information on cookies including how to manage your consent visit our Cookie Policy.