The Mulleavy Sister's line has often veered a little too far on the side of experimental but this Fall Winter collection provided a more 'sensible' approach to Winter dressing. Note the smart layering; thick turtle-necks, outerwear, long trousers and fur hoods. The evening wear added a splash of decadence - the dilemma being whether your favourites were the beaded chiffon princess dresses, or the velvet and chiffon slinky gowns. A middle section of the show contained a glittery moment; an overcoat in bright blue, a mermaid skirt in beige glittery tones. The show ended with a number of gowns emblazoned with Star Wars motifs. Perhaps dresses that we won't be seeing on the red carpet any time soon, but dresses which keep Rodarte's air of being out of another world.
Street Style is one of the key parts of fashion week and NYFW14 has seen fashion week falling at a time when the city is gripped by freezing temperatures. Some of the fashpack (we're looking at you, Michelle) seem unaffected by the temperatures and are carrying on without the aid of bras, coats or boots. But the ones who do have a temperature gage have been impressing us with some great layering and statement coats. Here are a few of the highlights.