Beautiful use of separates. This (and other) shows had a lot of kimono-like influences.
Chris Benz (who I meet in a few days!)
More slouchy elegance. And I love the "behind the scenes" style photo shoot.
Marc by Marc Jacobs
These two more minimal looks are striking but wearable. And did you notice the bird prints in the rest of the collection? Another trend this season.
In love with this single look - chic, but with the comfort of sweats.
Feminine lace and ruffles meet oversize pixels in this fun collection.
Do you see the geodes again? This collection is based off the simplest silhouettes but feels so luxurious.
Zero + Maria Cornejo
Beautiful, strong clean lines are the perfect backdrop for an all-white statement or an unusual print.
T by Alexander Wang
Luxurious and unique basics
Of course my favorite looks seem the simplest at first - but look at the almost-separate beaded collar on the left, and the bird-like piece on the front of the tank on the right.
How fun are these? Bright and complementary, and still very J Crew, but possibly not at first glance.
Ingenious use of color and pattern.
I love how "too pale" the shades seem here - and the varietal stripes are gorgeous.
Absolutely fascinating shapes are going on within each of these pieces.