Even if you don’t have a ticket into New York Fashion Week this year, it’s now easier than ever to keep on track with the latest from the runways. Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week is being streamed nightly at mbfashionweek.com/live. There, the fashion shows are being broadcast live as well as rebroadcast so it’s easy to catch up on what you missed.
If you happen to be in Manhattan this week, stop by Lincoln Center’s Josie Robertson Plaza and the David Rubenstein Atrium to view nightly streaming of the runway shows on a large video screen for the public to enjoy.
If you haven’t gotten a chance to watch the latest, here’s a recap of some designer styles that have hit the runway this week.
Herve Leger’s Spring 2014 looks included numerous dresses with intricate patterns and cutouts. While this dress remains conservative, it’s body hugging nature makes it perfect for any evening event. It’s color block pattern and random placement of sparkle keeps on trend with the rest of Herve Leger’s spring looks.
This look from Alexander Wang proved that white is already a spring favorite. Countless looks to hit the runway featured both men and women wearing completely white styles.
This mash up of designs by Prabal Gurung shows off exactly what he intends for women’s wear this spring. Bright colors mixed with floral patterns seemed to be his key trend.
Looking to show off your casual business style this spring? Try on one of Rebecca Taylor’s spring designs that proved to love the mix between light pinks and denim. These ready to wear styles will be perfect for everyday wear, right off the runway.
Another lover of white, Mark & Estel show the importance of finding that perfect white piece this spring. This long sleeved sheer dress is embellished with hanging silver gems.