By Kim Peiffer
Feb 09, 2014 @ 9:33 am
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Prabal Gurung's show was held in the New York Post Office (photo above, left). Yes, where you buy stamps. A reversible mohair coat in fiery shades of red and orange was a front runner, as was the plethora of  Swarovski crystals-encrusted gowns. Read the story

Skull-embroidered gowns, patent leather, vinyl and "a lot of experimentation" was the look over at Monique Lhuillier (photo above, right). The intention may have been to do something a little "darker," but we still witnessed pops of pink and spectacular patterns. See the photo 

Alexander Wang’s Brooklyn-set show teased to a collection from the future, featuring space-age cleanliness in the array of short gray jackets, with monochromatic utility pockets placed all over them. Read the story

Herve Leger channeled Avatar, with the 3D jacquards and dimensional beading in the collection and models with blue-streaked hair.  Read the story 

Girls star Zosia Mamet chatted with us backstage at Rebecca Taylor and confesses she's still working on perfecting her "snow-style." Read the story 

Cushnie et Ochs went all cowgirl chic on us. And we liked it. Read the story

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