New York Fashion Week Recap: Zac Posen, The Row, Tommy Hilfiger and 3.1 Phillip Lim

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It’s been a flurry of collections and hot new trends as New York Fashion Week took over the city. Haute Fashion is reviewing the luxury lines you love so you don’t miss a thing! Check out our recaps below and head over to Haute Fashion to see all our coverage as we go from New York to London and Paris!


Runway Review: Zac Posen Fall 2013

Just as we saw at Reem Acra, Zac Posen’s collection for Fall 2013 was a preview of the Academy Awards red carpet we’ll see in just over a week. The designer made a foray into daytime wear, but the real highlight of the New York Fashion Week presentation was the dresses. See the full collection & review on Haute Fashion


Runway Review: The Row Fall 2013

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen proved their fashion chops once again this season with their Fall 2013 collection. Shown off-site at an Upper East-side apartment during New York Fashion Week, the twins unveiled a Céline-esque collection of minimalist luxury. See the full collection & review on Haute Fashion


Runway Review: Tommy Hilfiger Fall 2013

Much like Victoria Beckham, Tommy Hilfiger took a softer approach to power-dressing, ironically by taking a page from menswear. The designer’s Fall 2013 collection featured the preppy plaids, argyles and tweeds of House Hilfiger in a silhouette borrowed from men’s suits in the 80s. See the full collection & review onHaute Fashion


Runway Review: 3.1 Phillip Lim

Consider it the yin to the yang of the ultra-female power dressing we saw from Prabal Gurung and Jason Wu earlier at NYFW. Phillip Lim’s collection for Fall 2013 was equally as strong, but viewed through a cooler, biker chic-aesthetic lens. See the full collection & review on Haute Fashion

To see all of Haute Living’s coverage of the Fall 2013 collection presentations in New York, London, and Paris, head over to Haute Fashion. Photos courtesy

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