New York Fashion Week has officially finished for another year, bringing with it some of the world’s most lust-worthy sartorial moments. Not to mention, dictating the trends we’ll be following for the year ahead. 

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To keep you updated, we’re providing short, digestible recaps of our favourite runway moments throughout the week. You don’t have to sit front row at NYFW to know what’s happening. 

rag & bone

rag & bone introduced its Fall/Winter 2020 collection in New York with an audio-visual, immersive experience that brought together elements of design, technology and entertainment. Creating the unexpected is a core value at the brand, where creative minds challenge the perception of fashion shows in an ever-evolving digital world. Celebrating the character of NYC, the show returned to Skylight on Vesey, a former stock exchange trading floor in lower Manhattan, to unveil its latest collection.

Tom Ford

Unconventionally, Tom Ford’s latest collection showcase was held in Los Angeles – complete with a star-studded front row and runway. Models included Gigi and Bella Hadid, Kendall Jenner, Front row guests included Jennifer Lopez, Miley Cyrus, Kylie Jenner and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. 

Marc Jacobs

As longtime friends and collaborators, it should come as no surprise that Marc Jacobs enlisted Miley Cyrus to walk his NYFW show. 

Michael Kors

Jana Pokorny, marie claire Australia’s Fashion Director, says: “Michael Kors made blanket dressing a thing – his coats and capes and oversized knitwear are making us yearn for colder weather.” 


Stuart Vevers brought the spirit of 80s New York to Coach for autumn/winter 2020. “Great leather skirts and culottes striding down the runway in artful colour combinations,” says Pokorny. 

Dion Lee

Australian designer Dion Lee unveiled his latest collection at NYFW with a fashion show that blurred the lines of gender and sensuality, or as Pokorny says: “Lee brought sexy back”. From the introduction of chain detailings to his usually bare designs to the continuation of his textured layering – Lee’s NY show was 


It was all about superstition and fortune-telling for Nicky Zimmermann’s Fall collection. Lady beetles and black cats were printed on the Australian labels classic silky blouses and flowing silhouettes. Pokorny says, “Zimmermann’s collection was pretty and optimistic as always. Inspired this time but the telling of fortunes and the promise of good luck when a lady beetle lands on your hand the collection was full of frills and lace and embroidered stars and horseshoes.” 

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