Eyebrows are in, but the rest of the face is out.
So far, the owners of Den liked Robert Geller's blending of American sportswear with dark edginess, Duckie Browne's fun pom-poms, and Richard Chai's detailing.
Because she was late, she was unable to take her seat with the other bright young things. Which means we didn't get to ogle as expected. For shame!
Skintight sex appeal, futuristic frocks, and stunning separates earn praise.
Thakoon Panichgul expects a phone call from Michelle Obama's enigmatic fashion adviser.
Everyone loves the eighties this Fashion Week.
The veteran critic reports from Monday's shows.
Also, did 'Vanity Fair' lighten Freida Pinto's skin?
The designer updated the statement necklace with spherical metal beads and cross-cut shapes.
She was picked to open the Marc Jacobs show out of a cast of 60 different girls.
This Fashion Week has been light on celebs. Maybe that's because they were all sucked into JT's show.
The hair at Marc Jacobs and Zero + Maria Cornejo's brown shearling jacket are on Harriett and Amy's list.
Marc Jacobs has started his show punctually for three consecutive seasons. What does it mean?
Once again, the designer successfully reinvented a moment in time.
From metallic minis to purple lipstick, see the first looks of what Marc has in store for fall.
Every model had a different look. We can't wait to see them all.
Check out the orange Tom Ford loafers.
A trio of mostly successful shows.
Artist Jeremy Kost steals a moment with the designer.