We give you the latest on what's going down in New York with a daily update fresh off the runway. Here's what went down on day 6:
Tory Burch is all about construction and engineered patterns as she crates a line of "basics" that really is anything but basic. She mixes high and low by paying attention to detail as she roughens up a perfectly tailored pair of shorts with fringed hem lines. Wood grain prints and weave-like brocades also add a touch of a lazy elegance to shift dresses and skirts. (See full collection here)
Another rock icon plays the role of the muse this season as Gary Numan serves as inspiration to Diesel Black Gold's spring collection. Drawing ideas from a star-studded leather jacket once worn by the musician, designer Andreas Melbostad makes use of leather and raw denim in shades of bright red and baby blue to come up with A-line skirts and bra tops. (See the full collection here)
Vera Wang divides her show into two portions; Boyish Boudoir and Baby Bohemian. The first half is tailored and masculine with subtle touches borrowed from her her bridal techniques. Jackets and peplum tops are adorned with rushed ribbons and tulle that go across the waist and hips. The looks then transition into baby-doll dresses of embellished brocade and gauzy, floor-sweeping gowns pained with tailor ex vestís and boleros. (See the full collection here)
Here's tomorrow's line up.
Photo from New York Fashion Week Live