9 LOOKS WE LOVED FROM DAY 7 OF NEW YORK FASHION WEEK

Writer:fashion Date:2017-2-17 14:04 Friday Categories:Fashion

Looks from day seven of NYFW.

Looks from day seven of NYFW.

It's New York Fashion Week, which means the Fashionista team is running around town to bring you the best of what's new from the city's brightest designers. Read on for the looks we loved from the runways and presentations, and click here for even more reviews.

ANNA SUI

Anna Sui Fall 2017. Photo: Neilson Barnard/Getty Images

Anna Sui Fall 2017. Photo: Neilson Barnard/Getty Images

For Fall 2017, Anna Sui's woman is a madcap fortune teller in the vein of quirky, screwball classic Hollywood comedies. She's throwing on every print and velvet she has in her closet — and if she's a fan of Sui, that's quite a lot of each — and heading out in search of spirits. Underneath all those layers, though, was a romantic vibe. I loved the frilly, high neckline of this babydoll dress paired with an embroidered cape. And there were a number of glittery platform wedges that I wanted to steal from the models — I don't know that I believe in ghosts, but I do believe in Sui's love of sparkle. —Tyler McCall

BIBHU MOHAPATRA

Bibhu Mohapatra Fall 2017. Photo: Imaxtree

Bibhu Mohapatra Fall 2017. Photo: Imaxtree

For fall 2017, Bibhu Mohapatra celebrated the empowered woman who doesn't need a man to define her, dammit. Taking inspiration from bold character Vanda from the 2010 play-within-a-play "Venus in Fur," he infused his collection with strong architectural shapes and angles, lush textures and intentional mismatching. Front row guest Tracy Morgan, clad in silver velour and sequin-embellished T-shirt was visibly enthusiastic about the collection, if his seat dancing, excited pointing and approving nods were a clue. He was especially pleased with this harness draped evening gown dripping in gold flakes — and I agree. —Fawnia Soo Hoo

MARCHESA

Marchesa Fall 2017. Photo: Marchesa

Marchesa Fall 2017. Photo: Marchesa

In Marchesa land, beauty reigns supreme, and it doesn't matter how many jillions of sparkling beads it takes to make that beauty happen. Of all the many red carpet-ready gowns the brand sent down the runway, this pretty wood-nymph number topped my list. —Whitney Bauck

MICHAEL KORS COLLECTION

Michael Kors Collection Fall 2017. Photo: Imaxtree

Michael Kors Collection Fall 2017. Photo: Imaxtree

After last season's riot of color, it was nice to see Michael Kors return to the camel-colored palette he does best. No one does luxurious, All-American clothes with a hint of Old Hollywood like Kors, and this look — a sleek, sleeveless overcoat paired with knit gloves and croc accessories — was a real winner from the Fall 2017 collection. —Tyler McCall

PAMPLEMOUSSE

Pamplemousse Fall 2017. Photo: Pamplemousse

Pamplemousse Fall 2017. Photo: Pamplemousse

New York by way of Singapore designer Danica Zheng presented her third Pamplemousse collection to celebrate female empowerment and also create elevated, luxurious updates on everyday separates. She also put a daytime twist on lingerie dressing, like a lace-ruffle-trimmed slip-style dress and this bustier-referential cutout dress with contrasting silk and corduroy textures. —Fawnia Soo Hoo

RALPH LAUREN

Ralph Lauren Fall 2017. Photo: Imaxtree

Ralph Lauren Fall 2017. Photo: Imaxtree

I'm pretty sure I'm going to be talking about Ralph Lauren's second "see now, buy now" runway show for the rest of my life. The company brought in thousands and thousands of orchids to line the walls of its Madison Avenue store, and the place smelled and looked like a secret garden. Its clothes were, as always, a treat; of its section of gowns that closed out the show, this Oscar-bound purple number would look fantastic on any red carpet. —Maura Brannigan

THOM BROWNE

Thom Browne Fall 2017. Photo: Imaxtree

Thom Browne Fall 2017. Photo: Imaxtree

Thom Browne's collection was particularly heavy on the menswear influences — one coat even read "it's too cold for a dress" — and this colorful take on a suit with a white puffer jacket is cheerful and clever. —Alyssa Vingan Klein

Thom Browne Fall 2017. Photo: Imaxtree

Thom Browne Fall 2017. Photo: Imaxtree

While a classic tweed overcoat could easily be boring, this version with colorful thread, fringed hems and a striped lining that peeked out as the model walked was anything but. A delightful piece like this is a wonderful antidote for a drab winter wardrobe. —Alyssa Vingan Klein

YEEZY

Yeezy Season 5. Photo: Yeezy

Yeezy Season 5. Photo: Yeezy

Something about the closing look from Yeezy Season 5 really spoke to me. Maybe it's because I aspire to wearing perfectly slouchy fisherman sweaters like Georgia Fowler does here; maybe it's the proportions that make the oversize, metallic puffer not look like it's eating the model; maybe it's the mix of textures and the tonal color palette. Either way, I wish I had this entire outfit in my closet right now. —Alyssa Vingan Klein


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