Marc Jacobs’ theatrical setting, with models strutting down the red carpet outside before entering the Ziegfeld theatre.

Coach housed showgoers in a large glass building on the High Line, a linear park built on a disused railroad section.

Givenchy’s outdoor spectacle took the fashion glitterati to an industrial chic venue made entirely of recycled materials on the banks of the Hudson River.

Tommy Hilfiger turned the runway into a boardwalk, complete with straw-covered huts and a shallow wading pool.

Mansur Gavriel’s debut NYFW presentation kept to a refreshingly pink palette throughout.


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