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Check out our top picks of onstage, behind the scenes and street style moments from New York Fashion Week 2013. Whether you're heading across the pond for back to back shows in London or relaxing in the city, these pics can be a little recap of all the madness from the past week.
From the best fashion week survival tips to fall trends we should look forward to, Lydia Hearst, supermodel coach for Season 2 of "The Face," reveals some insider tips to our stylist Natalie Decleve at the Alice+Olivia Presentation this week. Check out what's next for the supermodel coach, and find out what she thinks about the competition between her co-stars Naomi Campbell and Anne V.
An Indian summer heatwave swept the city on Wednesday, bringing temperatures up to 100 degrees. But extreme humidity and heat didn't stop fashionistas from dressing to the nines. Between Michael Kors and Nanette Lepore, Lincoln Center was flooded with editors, stylists and bloggers wearing everything from Prada to Zara. Candace Lake looked stunning in head-to-toe white, while Fern Mallis played with textures in her all-black ensemble. The Lucky Magazine girls showed off their unique ability to mix high-low brands with panache. The diverse crowd of both guys and dolls wowed us with their unique and varied styles, proving that although the week may be winding down, the street style powers on. More»
This weekend, GofG readers tweeted in their fashion questions and concerns to our stylist Natalie Decleve. From finding the "it" color of the season to wearing white after Labor Day, we had Natalie answer some our favorite questions. Check out what she had to say about fall transition pieces, must-have accessories, and trendy hairstyles.
Although the sky was overcast, the street style was anything but drab on Tuesday morning. Bill Cunningham had a field day (and we did too!) snapping the fashionable crowd spilling from the David Koch theater into the Tents after the Tory Burch show. Feminine skirts and tailored pants got equal air time among the crowd today, and leopard accessories proved they never go out of style. Oversize and dramatic sunglasses continued to shade nearly every face, making a statement even when the sun refused to shine. More»
There are few things that high maintenance fashionistas will wait in line for, a fashion show being one of them. Stacy Bendet's Alice + Olivia presentation is always a favorite. The designer's whimsical styles and equally charming settings (think models perched on zebra rugs lit by street lamps and popsicles being passed around the crowd) plus her loyal celebrity following, ensure that her shows are always packed. As show goers waited patiently to enter the wonderland at Highline Stages - we captured some of the best street styles. More»
The only thing as exciting as a runway show, is being backstage before it starts. After months of preparing to present a new collection, the hours leading up to the debut are filled with excitement and anticipation. Our Fashion Correspondent, Natalie Decleve, goes behind-the-scenes at New York Fashion Week to reveal the inspiration behind the clothes and what it takes to make 11 minutes of magic. Check out what Max Azria and Mara Hoffman had to say about their Spring 2014 collections.
Go behind the scenes with our fashion correspondent, Natalie Decleve, as she makes her way from show to show to check out some of our favorite designers this Fashion Week. From the 2013 Couture Council Awards For Artistry Of Fashion honoring Michael Kors to the Galore Magazine Kick Off Party, watch to see what a day in the life of a stylist is like during NYFW.
On a sunny Saturday afternoon, Lincoln Center bustled with energy. Rather than brunching or lounging in the park, the fashion set were up and at 'em. All white ensembles seemed popular, and cobalt blue accessories made a recurring appearance. Funky colored hair, heavily embellished blouses and one pair of so-wrong-they're-right green leather pants gave us plenty to keep us snapping away. More»
If anyone knows how to start the morning right, it's the team at Kate Spade. Brightly clad models lined a grassy room in Chelsea while attendees were treated to fresh breakfast bites and coffee. Faux lemon and dogwood trees made for a convincing indoor garden and a perfect setting for Kate Spade's full skirted frocks and poppy prints. The cheerful collection set the tone for the street style inside the presentation as well. Playful prints and flirty skirts were plentiful, making it impossible not to smile - even if your feet hurt.
Sunday, March 9
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