Designers took texture to the New York runway for Day 7. Thom Browne, Bibhu Mohapatra, Michael Kors and Marchesa added definition to their designs through plumes, tassels, embellishments and fringe.
The Thom Browne collection featured touch-sensitive ensembles designed with a variety of fabrics, furs, ribbons and fringes. Browne designed the collection to replicate a frozen pond, styling models with platform heels inspired by the look of an ice-skate.
The Fall/Winter Bibhu Mohapatra collection highlighted Mohapatra's love for the traditional feminine silhouette and dramatic evening gowns. His nude chiffon gown covered with intricate beading and ostrich feathers emphasized the romantic aesthetic of the collection.
Aside from the outstanding number of well-known models, Michael Kors invited individuals of varied shapes and sizes to walk in his show. The collection itself was diverse featuring leopard dresses, traditional pant suits, fur overcoats and fringe-covered evening wear.
The Fall/Winter Marchesa collection featured color and texture this season. Inspired by Old Shanghai glamour, designers Keren Craig and Georgina Chapman constructed bold evening gowns with layered chiffon, draping bows, bright tassels and colored plumes.