The Top Ten Must-See Moments from New York Fashion Week Spring ’14 – Day 6

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September 11, 2013 • Fashion Blog, Fashion Shows, New York Fashion Week Spring '14


Kicking off the day in the best possible way — with a little fall 2013 bling, courtesy of Stella & Dot! This chunky bib necklace was one of our favorite pieces.


We couldn’t resist the way the light caught these earrings from the Stella & Dot  collection. We’ll take one of everything please!


Early morning shows are so civilized, especially at the offsite venues like Milk Studios. Timo Weiland’s nautical-inspired show was no exception, boasting straw hats, feminine eyelets and lots of cool, seaside blues.


Speaking of blues, designer Hanako Maeda served up the sleekest navy separates as part of her ADEAM Spring ’14 collection. An elegant mix of masculine and feminine, the collection included modern day tie-dye, laser-cut leather, and those shoes! We died.


We got to get up close and personal with ADEAM designer Hanako Maeda, as she discussed the whimsy of her Spring’14 collection.


Later, the intricate and embellished beauty that is always Naeem Khan’s runway was brimming with glamorous confections like this subtly sparkling coral gown.


Walking works of art at Naeem Khan. Can’t you yourself wearing this a wedding? Or to the grocery store? You know, just whenever…


Lauren threw a chic little arm party to celebrate Day 6, with attendees including BuDhaGirl, Cartier, Citizen Watches and the #frontrowlove from Robert Verdi!


The dazzling red carpet-worthy collections continued at Dennis Basso and this full-skirted graphic print stunner. He even managed to include his signature fur pieces into Spring!


After leaving the tents with visions of red carpet gowns dancing through our heads, we ended the night on a fabulous note with the Cocktails & Couture party, thrown by our dear friend Lianne Farbes. It was perfect end to another amazing (and exhausting) NYFW day!

Check back to see the last day – Day 7!

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