Fall 2014

Fashion Week Recap: Day 7

Soft, couture-inspired looks at Proenza Schouler felt grown-up and sophisticated, while Jeremy Scott's show—which Perez Hilton attended shirtless—offered celeb sightings aplenty.

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    Proenza Schouler

    There was plenty to feast your eyes on during the seventh day of New York Fashion Week. For more refined tastes, soft, couture-inspired looks at Proenza Schouler felt grown-up and sophisticated, while Jeremy Scott's show—which Perez Hilton attended shirtless—offered celeb sightings aplenty.

    Proenza Schouler designers Jack McCullough and Lazaro Hernandez abandoned the splashy prints and patterns of last season (which were inspired by "surfing the internet") in favor of soft colors and couture-inspired silhuettes. [Style.com]

    Over-the-knee boots continue to trend for fall '13, as evidenced by the shiny crocodile stompers (with bright white soles) that went down Reed Krakoff's runway yesterday. [Style.com]

    The Daily feted its tenth year in print with a splashy soiree hosted by two drag queens doing spot-on Anna Wintour and Grace Coddington impressions. [Fashionista]

    We were wondering why we hadn't seen Anna Dello Russo—or, more specifically, her outrageous couture ensembles—at the tents this season. According to Styleite, her late arrival to NYFW was the result of last week's blizzard Nemo. [Styleite]

    John Galliano—who has been working with Oscar de la Renta for the past month—left his mark on the American designer's fall collection with little peplum jackets and dresses with cinched waists that evoked looks from his tenure at Dior. [Styleite]

    Jeremy Scott takes the prize for most naked front row of Fashion Week: Perez Hilton enjoyed the presentation in a plaid skirt (and nothing else). [The Cut]

    Also in unusual front-row news, "Boardwalk Empire" star Steve Buscemi made a somewhat puzzling appearance at Nanette Lepore. [The Cut]