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We're nearing the end of NYFW and tensions are high...just kidding! But we're in the homestretch guys! After Thursday, we move on to London Fashion Week and so on and so forth. We've got lots of good shows to talk about, so let's just dive right on in to yesterday's collections.

Looks 11, 13, 26 and 35 from Narciso Rodriguez
I have a soft spot for Narciso Rodriguez after I used him for one of my Spanish projects last year (along with some other lovely designers), so I was definitely pleased to be able to include quite a few looks from his spring collection in this post. His looks were loose and relaxed, gentle garments sent down the runway in various fabrics that me squeal (see you, leather looking sateen, I see you!)

Looks 4, 17, and 28 from Coach

If the grass in the background didn't give you any clue, it appears Coach's show went for a park-y vibe. There were lots of mismatched florals and earth tones in this collection, amped up with brightness to really enhance the spring element.

Looks 4, 8, 18, 27, 35, and 39 from Tory Burch
The first few looks at Tory Burch reminded me of something that Lena from Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants would wear. There seemed to be some Greek inspired elements before the oranges and yellows came into play. Add in some metallic foiled fabric and some incredible handbags and you have me completely sold. #NeedNotWant

Looks 5, 14, 16, 20, 29, 30, 33, and 39 from Badgley Mischka
Badgley Mischka gowns will never let me down. I trust them with me life. How dreamy was this collection? It embodied romance through intricate fabric bunching and layering, soft gowns, and a pair of tweed shorts that I needed, like, yesterday.

Looks 4, 13, 27, and 40 from Vera Wang
This collection was straight up sexy; sexy and edgy and so glam that I had to look through it at least four times. The looks were strong, provocatively bold in their black, red, and sequins glory.

Looks 5, 8, 16, 21, 28, and 30 from Rodarte
Rodarte collections always leave me speechless. There was something very fall and witchy about this collection, which is cool with me. If fall could be extended to half the year, I'd be down. This show played with impeccable layering and styling, pairing two things that shouldn't go with each other together to get a shockingly aesthetically pleasing look. I'm all 100% here for the metallic boots, all the way.

Looks 4, 6, 8, and 9 from Saloni
I want to go on a fancy vacation and wear solely Saloni spring collection. Do those looks not screaming holiday to you?

Looks 3, 11, 14, 19, 33, and 37 from Alice + Olivia
There was something very Western and desert-y about this collection, what with the poppy colors, hand-embroidered flowers, and, you know, the massive cactus in the background of each photo. This collection seemed a lot less dramatic than those in the past, using softer colors and makeup to really enhance the season.

Looks 11, 22 and 28 from Milly
I could 100% see Olivia Palermo wearing look 11, which makes me love Milly all that much more. All I want to be in life is Olivia Palermo...

Looks 26, 28, and 44 from Oscar de la Renta
And last but not least, we have Oscar de la Renta's collection. Other than the fact that this was an all around beautiful runway almost a year after his death, there was a common carnation motif throughout, the late designer's favorite flower. What a beautiful tribute to a beautiful man.

What were some of your favorite looks from day six of NYFW?


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