We give you the latest on what's going down at New York with a daily update fresh off the runway. Here's what went down on day 3:
Sporty chic makes even more waves with Lacoste’s Spring 2015 showcase through jerseys and sweaters. The trend was also interpreted via clean lines in stiff and modern materials— think iconic polos,vests, and coats in neoprene and sheer fabrics. (See full collection here)
Everyone knows that Mara Hoffman is synonymous to prints, but what greeted us at her showcase shocked us. Veering away from her signature in-your-face graphics, see an unexpected surprise from the designer through clean, soft, and relaxed pieces in a muted color palette. Of course, Spring won't be complete with her colors and so you'll be happy to know that they are still very much present in this collection. (See full collection here)
A bodycon inspired by a Nike flyknit or a tennis dress based on an adidas Stan Smith? Only Alexander Wang’s imagination and creativity can turn these sneaker favorites into wearable pieces. Wang is back! (See full collection here)
Fierce and feminine was the name of the game for the Spring 2015 offering of Hervé Léger by Max Azria. Inspired by Japan’s women warriors who can fight alongside samurais if and when needed, see how these were translated into their signature bandage dresses. (See full collection here)
Check out Style.com for more of Day 3 shows.
And here are the shows to look forward to, tomorrow.
Photo from New York Fashion Week Live