24 Wildest Looks From New York Fashion Week
- Next1 of 25Marchesa Fall 2014/Imaxtree; Rosie Assoulin Fall 2014/Imaxtree; Thakoon Fall 2014/Imaxtree
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- Previous Next3 of 25Donna Karan New York Fall 2014/Imaxtree
- Previous Next4 of 25Vera Wang Fall 2014/Imaxtree
- Previous Next5 of 25Prabal Gurung Fall 2014/Imaxtree
- Previous Next6 of 25Ralph Lauren Fall 2014/Imaxtree
- Previous Next7 of 25Thakoon Fall 2014/Imaxtree
- Previous Next8 of 25Zac Posen Fall 2014/Imaxtree
- Previous Next9 of 25Ralph Lauren Fall 2014/Imaxtree
- Previous Next10 of 25Delpozo Fall 2014/Imaxtree
- Previous Next11 of 25Marchesa Fall 2014/Imaxtree
- Previous Next12 of 25Peter Som Fall 2014/Imaxtree
- Previous Next13 of 25Naeem Khan Fall 2014/Imaxtree
- Previous Next14 of 25Rosie Assoulin Fall 2014/Imaxtree
- Previous Next15 of 25Rachel Comey Fall 2014/Imaxtree
- Previous Next16 of 25Marc by Marc Jacobs Fall 2014/Imaxtree
- Previous Next17 of 25BCBG Max Azria Fall 2014/Imaxtree
- Previous Next18 of 253.1 Phillip Lim Fall 2014/Imaxtree
- Previous Next19 of 25Honor Fall 2014/Imaxtree
- Previous Next20 of 25Thom Browne Fall 2014/Imaxtree
- Previous Next21 of 25Proenza Schouler Fall 2014/Imaxtree
- Previous Next22 of 25Delpozo Fall 2014/Imaxtree
- Previous Next23 of 25Carolina Herrerra Fall 2014/Imaxtree
- Previous Next24 of 25Cushnie et Ochs Fall 2014/Imaxtree
- Previous Next25 of 25Christian Siriano Fall 2014/Imaxtree
Risky Business1 of 25
By Tiffany Tse
While we love taking outfit cues from the runway, some of the riskier trends should come with a warning: Proceed with caution. From funky hats to feathered dresses, check out 24 daring looks straight from the fall 2014 shows at New York Fashion Week.
Sheer Enough2 of 25
Scandalously sheer dresses ruled the runways, including Tocca's slinky see-through gown.
Velvet Underground3 of 25
At Donna Karan, strategically placed velvet covered up this model's unmentionables.
I See London4 of 25
Nude underwear only enhanced the sheer illusion of Vera Wang's Gothic gown.
Blanket Theory5 of 25
Designers like Prabal Gurung introduced blanket-size scarves on the runway. Here, a model is swathed in a colorful two-tone pashmina.
White Out6 of 25
A casually draped wrap adds to the elegance of Ralph Lauren's monochrome outfit.
That's a Wrap7 of 25
At Thakoon, models sported intriguing sweater/scarf combos styled with feminine dresses.
Cape Town8 of 25
Theatrical capes appeared in several collections this season. This figure-hugging Zac Posen gown came with an attached floor-length cape for a major dose of drama.
Shades of Gray9 of 25
Ralph Lauren's flowing cape was a bit less dramatic—but paired with a plunging V-neck dress, it still looked plenty glamorous.
Layer Up10 of 25
The look was slightly different at Delpozo, where this model wore a shorter boxy cape over a sheer dress.
Bird's the Word11 of 25
Designers were also inspired by plumage this season, showing tons of feather-embellished pieces. Marchesa's voluminous marabou skirt was one of the collection's many standouts.
Fringe Benefits12 of 25
Business up top, party on the bottom? This tailored Peter Som vest came with a playful feather duster-like peplum hem.
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Animal Instinct13 of 25
At Naeem Khan, a heavily feathered hem gave a little extra sass to this animal-print dress.
Tie the Knot14 of 25
Knotting, tying, twisting, wrapping—whatever you want to call the technique, designers experimented with it this season. One of our favorite examples? Rosie Assoulin's crisp blouse came with an oversize midriff bow.
Waist Not15 of 25
At Rachel Comey's presentation, a bow appeared in the form of a chunky knit sweater tied around the waist of a sleek dress.
Take a Bow16 of 25
Meanwhile, models at Marc Jacobs sported origami-style bows that were girlie and edgy at the same time.
Fur Real17 of 25
Soft pastels usually pop up around spring, but this year, expect them to stay popular through fall. To make the palette look seasonally appropriate, designers incorporated the color in rich textured pieces, like BCBGMaxazria's furry lavender coat.
Shear Thing18 of 25
Over at 3.1 Phillip Lim, pastels turned up on shearling outerwear, such as this cozy bomber jacket.
Think Pink19 of 25
A pale pink hue makes it easy to appreciate the geometric details on this plush cover-up at Honor.
Round & Round20 of 25
Last fall's rounded silhouettes continue to be a key trend this season. Thom Browne, in particular, showed plenty of jackets with exaggerated shoulders, such as this metallic gold version.
Flower Power21 of 25
At Proenza Schouler, this coat's curved shoulders and structured silhouette was contrasted by its allover ditsy floral print.
Shoulder On22 of 25
Over at Delpozo, this model pulled off a cape with stiff, oversize shoulders.
Hat Attack23 of 25
Hats tend to be a major accessory for fall, but this time around, it wasn't just about boring fedoras or beanies. Just take a look at Carolina Herrera's show, where chapeaux were made to look like exaggerated versions of the Turkish fez.
Rodeo Girl24 of 25
Were the designers at Cushnie et Ochs inspired by Pharrell's infamous Grammys hat? The label's sexy, lacy skirts and dresses were complemented by tall cowboy hats.
Good Side25 of 25
At Christian Siriano, models donned flat-topped, wide-brimmed hats cocked to one side for a cheeky vibe.
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