New York Fashion Week: Women's
Fall 2010 Ready-to-Wear

As the fashion world bid goodbye to the Bryant Park tents, the shows continued apace this week. Among the standouts: Marc Jacobs' gentle, yet far from tame, lineup of fur-bedecked princess coats and drop-dead gowns; Ralph Lauren's romantic bohemian-grunge mix; Francisco Costa's severely chic outing at Calvin Klein, and Oscar de la Renta's shot of color (a vivid rejoinder to the predominantly neutral colors of the season.) Isaac Mizrahi showed a witty take on rustic looks that he called "'Field and Stream' at the Carlyle", complete with witty look names, from Geoffrey L.L. Bean to Parka Avenue. Rodarte's Kate and Laura Mulleavy abandoned thehard-edged, California condor-inspired aesthetic of their spring collection for a romantic lineup of mixed fabrics and tattered white frocks. Graffiti-ed denim, in a form of a J Brand collaboration, was a surprising highlight at Proenza Schouler. See all the collections from the season here>>
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