Human-hair-like fringe is IN.
The dresses on the Milan and Paris runways are shining with the metallic color.
Zac Posen, Thakoon, and Halston all showed off fur footwear.
This season's runways proved that a grown-up girl could use some sparkle and still look divine.
This is at once genius and ridiculous.
Everyone from Derek Lam to Nanette Lepore showed fall's fringe benefits.
Leather may have taken an early lead dominating the runways this week, but as we reach day eight, it’s clear that things have softened up.
Ruffian, Catherine Malandrino, and Behnaz Sarafpour bring hair to new heights.
Fall’s fur-heavy fashions will surely have PETA reaching for the red paint.
The look is dominating fall runways.
The no-makeup makeup look showed up at Rag & Bone, BCBG Max Azria, and Yigal Azrouël.
No need to thread, wax, and tweeze them anymore; the trend now is to bleach, cover up, or shave 'em off.
Designers update the just-out-of-bed look.
Hair has taken cues from Heidi this season. Think Swiss Alps, not Klum.
Cutouts are nothing new, but this season, they're in places most women would rather not bare.
This spring, hair is slicked back with heaping amounts of gel.
The sunny shade is appearing on everything from blouses to belts.
Forget plaid this spring. Designers used swathes of color for their prints.
Homeless people are having a moment.