Fashion week wraps up in New York February 18, with some of the biggest brands (Tommy Hilfiger, Ralph Lauren) showing on this last day. Here are the highlights so far.
Marc Jacobs - The US designer and his business partner Robert Duffy jointly tore away a paper curtain, kicking off a nostalgic show that has garnered nothing but raving reviews. The presentation for his Marc by Marc Jacobs show can be watched here.
Alexander Wang - New York's darling du jour failed to excite the crowd as much as Jacobs, but his velvet-y and grunge-inspired designs were symptomatic of general trends prevailing this season.
Thakoon - One of Michelle Obama's favorites, Thakoon presented laid-back, layered winter looks, using the fashion week's other dominant material: fur. For a video of MObama's other pet designer, Jason Wu, click here.
Prabal Gurung - New York's "one to watch" Prabal Gurung staged his first runway show during New York Fashion Week.
Carolina Herrera - The New York grande dame of luxury's collection was all about timeless elegance. MBFWNewYork also has clips from BCBG's and Diane von Furstenberg's shows, among others.
Victoria Beckham - The star, sitting between fashion writers Hamish Bowles ( Vogue) and Hilary Alexander ( The Telegraph) narrated her presentation, inspired by the Dick Tracy area, herself, and attracted much acclaim for her classic dresses.
L.A.M.B - Another celebrity, Gwen Stefani - aka the mother of celebrity fashion lines - worked some of her signature styles, including the trendy plaid, into her collection. For more celebrity design from Alexa Chung for Madewell, click here.
Charlotte Ronson - If you are the sister of Amy Winehouse producer Mark Ronson and DJane (and Lindsay Lohan's ex-girlfriend) Samantha Ronson, you are pretty much set for hipster stardom. And it helps that Charlotte Ronson's collection was actually good.
Irina Shabayeva - The Project Runway winner's first show.
Fashion for Relief - Naomi Campbell's charity show to benefit Haiti's earthquake victims saw fashion personalities including designers Donna Karan and Diane von Furstenberg as well as models such as Agyness Deyn (who fell twice) and Helena Christensen stomp down the runway. Find a video of the Heart Truth charity show here.Reuse content