What's Hot on the Runway
OSCAR DE LA RENTA
The king of the Park Avenue princesses sent out a whimsical and elegant collection filled with exuberant floral references, drop-dead red carpet gowns and perfect pastels.
In a season of minimalism, no one does it better than Calvin Klein’s Francisco Costa, who narrowed his palette to black, white and blue – all the better to showcase his razor-sharp silhouettes.
Gwen Stefani went bold, colorful and wildly printed for her spring collection. No wonder we can picture her wearing every single look that came down the runway!
It’s a spring of peace and love for Sui’s girls! The designer stuck to her signatures, including patchwork and crochet, for her dreamy collection.
Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough are the masters of downtown luxe, and their collection took a decidedly grown-up approach, from their version of suits to party-ready layers of sheer neon and slim sheaths of shibori prints.
No one does princess fantasy like Georgina Chapman, who infuses her ball gowns and sexy minis alike with spectacular construction and painstaking details, like elaborate laser-cutting and thousands of rows of ruffles.
It’s the all-American dream at Ralph Lauren, where Victorian white lace and puff sleeves meet Navajo-print purses and tawny suede in a wearable, glamorous mix.
Life is good for the ladies who love Kors! The designer sent out a garden-party-ready collection, with sumptuous maxidresses, sharp separates and even a cashmere bikini!
While the designer is known for her frothy wedding dresses, her eponymous clothing line tends towards the intellectual side of fashion, with a moody color palette and architectural details.
While Max Azria’s revival of this line has focused on its signature bandage dresses, he veered into sweeter territory for spring, adding party dresses and red carpet-worthy gowns.
Minimalism is back in style, and the master of the movement showed an exemplary group of clean-lined looks, with liquid charmeuse dresses and narrow coats.
It’s all-American fun at Burch’s presentation, where sharp trenches mixed with colorful purses and easy-to-wear patterns.
The Mulleavy sisters are loved by stars like and for their ethereal designs, but the designing twosome took a more grounded approach to spring with gilded dresses and gowns with swirling china blue patterns.
Starting his show exactly on time, the designer paid homage to the ’70s with high-waisted pants, zig-zagged knits and tons of jewel tones.
With crunchy sand on the runway, the designer sent out an ode to nature in luxe tones of oatmeal and tan that ended in a finale of glittering chiffon gowns destined for the red carpet.
Sure to please her uptown ladies, the ladylike designer looked to Asian and floral gardens for her inspiration this season.
While there were plenty of Reese’s signature prints, the designer took a more muted approach to spring with lots of neutrals, including chocolate brown and charcoal gray.
Stars come to Lhuillier for entrance-making gowns, and she didn’t disappoint with a collection filled with deep color, tons of sparkles and intricate florals.
With the gorgeous designer as her own best model, Roy created a presentation of deceptively simple garments, including sharply cut sheaths and silky separates.
Fans like and are sure to love the recent showing from the British designer, filled with sexy minis and glittering gowns.
DIANE VON FURSTENBERG
Sexy shapes, killer prints, tons of color – all the hallmarks of Diane von Furstenberg’s always appealing designs were present in her upbeat show.
Donna Karan may have named her line after the Big Apple, but for spring, she took the line to the City of Lights for a collection filled with Parisian chic.
Known for architectural shapes and sleek structuring, the line took a looser and softer approach to spring with lots of slinky satins.
A dash of naughty preppy, a generous helping of saturated pastels, all topped off with tons of bold prints and you’ve got a collection sure to be spotted all over the Hamptons next summer.
The busy designer kept his signature collection clean and spare for spring, mixing diaphanous fabrics with intricate straps in a soft palette of whites and greens.
The young designer has quickly gained star fans from to , and his bright collection of red-carpet-ready dresses is sure to satisfy Hollywood’s needs.
Great jeans, a sexy evening dress, a killer bag – the designer filled the gaps in his urban-girl’s wardrobe with plenty of lust-worthy separates and accessories.
Talk about fierce! The former Project Runway winner sent out a collection full of his signature high drama gowns, like this red show-stopper, along with boldly printed sheath dresses.
BCBG MAX AZRIA
Azria took his contemporary line in a softer direction for spring, playing with breezy minidresses and diaphanous maxidresses with lots of sheer touches.
Star fans like and will find plenty to love in this collection of soft neutrals punched with bright fluorescent yellow.
Known for their feminine, vintage aesthetic, designers Brian Wolk and Claude Morais went full-on ladylike for Spring, with lots of leopard print and crisp shirtdresses.