Runway cheat sheet day #3
Mara Hoffman's woven jumpsuit was her favorite piece from the entire exotic collection.
For Mara, no bright color was spared in the making of her spring line.
When it comes to evening wear, a cropped top and skirt combo are the way to go.
White piping on collared shirts and pants is a bit reminiscent of pajamas, no?
A sheer raincoat is ultra-chic for April showers.
At Rebecca Taylor, it was all about the perforated leather. A light pastel hue makes a leather look less tough, and a t-shirt style dress still reigns supreme.
We love the look of a lightweight leather vest casually thrown over a tee and skirt.
A boxy, menswear-inspired collared shirt gets feminized with a bold, printed pencil skirt.
Scuba necklines are the way to go when it comes to updating your crop tops.
A deep-v, tunic-style dress feels fresh.
On the third day of New York Fashion Week
, there were plenty of shows to attend -- not to mention plenty of show-goers to watch
But lest we forget the real meaning of New York Fashion Week, aka the designer collections for spring and summer 2014, we have here a roundup of our ten favorite looks from the day.Mara Hoffman
, Herve Leger, Rebecca Taylor, Prabal Gurung, and a few choice others sent their models down the runway today. To see all the looks you need to know, click through the gallery!