BCBG was full of chunky mixed textures of camel with navy color blocking and red highlights in an over-all bohemian feel.
Nicole Miller remained streamlined per usual in her sportswear line with the addition of jewel toned appliqués, fur, as well as camouflage working its way in as an accent to the collection. The show ended with floaty dresses right out of an enchanted forest scene.
Nadaam layered long cashmere layers in olive, camel, grey, and ivory. Tunics with combed hair jackets over long tunics and skirts with bunched socks and sandals were shown for women, with ponchos, and structured jackets offered for men.
Jay Godfrey brought the 70's back with suits of floral and lux fuchsia silk pant suits synched by thick kimono like belts.
Tanya Taylor had stripes, then prints, then more prints, truly expressing the transition between the mod sixties to groovy seventies.
Mischa Nonoo kept it intellectual-yet-basic with jumpsuits and dresses in colors of navy, black, highlighted with red and chrome. Turtle necks alternated with plunging v-necks that coincided with the 70's vibe that was seen all across fashion week.
Tibi demonstrated simple causality in wool culottes and midi skirts paired with plush sweaters and shearling motorcycles in soft colors and flats.