New York Fashion Week Favourites

New York Fashion week has come and gone.  Here are some of our favourite designers who made a lasting impression for fall.

CALVIN KLEIN

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Calvin Klein's Fancisco Costa created this fall collection primarily around mohair and yarn.  His idea of the swearer dress takes on an architectural quality that will keep you cozy and comfortable for fall.

Calvin Klein's Fancisco Costa created this fall collection primarily around mohair and yarn.  His idea of the swearer dress takes on an architectural quality that will keep you cozy and comfortable for fall.

MICHAEL KORS

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Michael Kors drew inspiration for his fall collection from the relaxed coastal California attitude.  Slouchy wool pants, cozy knits and full peasant skirts surfaced on the runway. Kors also brought fantasy to fashion with romantic metallic dresses and suede fringe clutches.

Michael Kors drew inspiration for his fall collection from the relaxed coastal California attitude.  Slouchy wool pants, cozy knits and full peasant skirts surfaced on the runway. Kors also brought fantasy to fashion with romantic metallic dresses and suede fringe clutches.

DIANE VON FURSTENBERG

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Diane von Furstenberg kicked off the anniversary of her design earlier this year with an exhibition in Los Angeles with a journey of the dress through the past four decades. Deep-V necklines and geometric prints were a tell tale of inspiration drawn form the heady days of the seventies.  The re-image of the wrap silhouette was modern and the new full-skirts were a flattering update to the classic, geared towards women of all ages.

Diane von Furstenberg kicked off the anniversary of her design earlier this year with an exhibition in Los Angeles with a journey of the dress through the past four decades.
Deep-V necklines and geometric prints were a tell tale of inspiration drawn form the heady days of the seventies.  The re-image of the wrap silhouette was modern and the new full-skirts were a flattering update to the classic, geared towards women of all ages.

MARCHESA

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Marchesa's Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig depicted their muse as "our Scottish woman who is a little bit more disheveled in winter, static hair like she's running through the fields in the Highlands." Cocktail dresses were exquisitely foiled, dip-dyed and beautifully draped.  Several styles featured touches of corsetry and lace detailing. It is no secret that Marchesa is a red-carpet go-to and has much to tempt stars gearing up for the Oscars.  

Marchesa's Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig depicted their muse as "our Scottish woman who is a little bit more disheveled in winter, static hair like she's running through the fields in the Highlands." Cocktail dresses were exquisitely foiled, dip-dyed and beautifully draped.  Several styles featured touches of corsetry and lace detailing.
It is no secret that Marchesa is a red-carpet go-to and has much to tempt stars gearing up for the Oscars.