The big news this New York Fashion Week was of course Nemo (ironic mostly because snow during the February shows is practically a given)…but that's not all. See our list of the 10 things we can't stop thinking about.
Snow came down hard on New York City the Friday of Fashion Week causing heels to be swapped for moon boots, designers to miss their own show, and tons of seats to be left standing empty (even over the weekend!).
Ahead of the storm, Marc Jacobs announced that he would be moving his show to the end of Fashion Week: 8 p.m. on Valentine's Day.
Oscar de la Renta debuts his first collection created with input from disgraced designer John Galliano. Apparently, he couldn't find a designer not known for racist and anti-Semitic rants...
Nothing like a runway peppered with bloody models.
A Literal Presentation
Inspired by Sixties protest movements, models took action for this season's Chloe Sevigny for Opening Ceremony presentation.
What better way to keep your manicure in tact? These bottles were spotted backstage at a number of shows.
Tracy Reese capitalizes on the fashion industry's love affair with cats.