New York Fashion Week Recap: Marc Jacobs, Calvin Klein and Proenza Schouler

It was the feather in the cap of New York Fashion week, and Haute Fashion has all the details! Check out our coverage below, then stay tuned as we report from London, Paris and Milan!

runway-review-calvin-klein-fall-2013Runway Review: Calvin Klein Fall 2013

Just as we saw with Ralph Lauren’s romantic revolutionary, there was a Russian influence at Calvin Klein Collection for Fall 2013. At New York Fashion Week, designer Francisco Costa cited Ivan’s Childhood, a WWII-era film about a Russian orphan, as inspiration. If the collection of beautiful coats we saw on the runway were any indication, Costa wants us all to come in from the cold. See the full collection on Haute Fashion





runway-review-proenza-schouler-fall-2013Runway Review: Proenza Schouler Fall 2013 

Design duo Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez unveiled masterpiece collection of black and white for Fall 2013 at New York Fashion Week. Even though there was not a pop of color to be seen, this was one of the richest seasons yet from Proenza Schouler, with a graphic take on the textures that have always dominated the line. See the full collection on Haute Fashion





runway-review-marc-jacobs-fall-2013Runway Review: Marc Jacobs Fall 2013

Once again, it seems like Marc Jacobs is one of the few in the fashion industry really having fun. The designer unveiled a morning-after inspired collection for Fall 2013 at New York Fashion Week, with the exquisite quality of each piece emphasized by the marked lack of a top or bottom on some of the models. See the full collection 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