Day four saw more of our favorite designers showing during New York Fashion Week. From Nigerian born designer Duro Olowu to iconic Americans like Diane von Furstenberg to the dynamic new designers Cushnie et Ochs, there was a lot to please the eye...

Zandile Blay
Feb, 14, 2011


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Day four saw more of our favorite designers showing during New York Fashion Week. From Nigerian born designer Duro Olowu to iconic Americans like Diane von Furstenberg to the dynamic new designers Cushnie et Ochs, there was a lot to please the eye.

While the dozens of designers who showed yesterday debuted a distinct vision for fall, there was a common theme that bound them all.

Long and lush was the look of the day on the runways of designers like VIctoria Beckham and Tory Burch. Beckham in particular showed her lux lengths in bold, bright colors in pleated fabrics. Hilfiger led the way with the second most popular trend of the season: menswear. He showed his girls in modern suits with a slightly slouchy shape. The third trend runner-up? Plaid prints, which were on full display at Timo Weiland and Catherine Malandrino. It's already day five, and we continue to see echoes of these trends on the runway.

Check back tomorrow to get the full report.
 
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