New York Fashion Week ends today, drawing to a close one of the most confusing fashion seasons to date. Some designers were showing collections for the spring (per tradition). Some were showing collections for the fall, as in, right now. Some were showing smaller collections for the fall at consumer-facing shows while withholding their spring collections for an appointment-only audience of press and buyers. Others stepped out of the consumers’ eye all together and kept their entire collection behind closed doors, for the press and buyers.
Amid such changes, some season-defining moments stuck out in the sea of street style Instagram posts. To honor them, we’ve compiled a list of New York Fashion Week winners and losers. See you in the spring.
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