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Designers Maxwell Osborne and Dao-Yi Chow Celebrate Their DKNY Fall Collection with Zoe Kravitz and Big Boi

It was a typically downtown affair last night, as DKNY celebrated its fall 2016 collection with a giant rager at Irving Plaza.

The atmosphere at Irving Plaza for DKNY's NYFW party

The atmosphere at Irving Plaza for DKNY’s NYFW party

A live music venue, Irving Plaza wasn’t completely transformed for the event, but they were kind enough to put in lounge-style seating in a makeshift, roped-off VIP area right in front of the stage, where 17-foot-tall models smoked cigarettes, danced to DJ Jus-Ske and awaited a performance by Big Boi.

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Fashion Week Style

Last Looks: Yesterday’s Runways at Marchesa, Michael Kors, DKNY and BOSS

The Downton Abbey influence is in full effect at Marchesa, where this season brought a mesmerizing lineup of Edwardian-inspired gowns.

Marchesa's FW 2016 Collection during NYFW

Images: InDigital

Necklines dripping with jewelry-like beading, layers of tulle rustling with English countryside blooms, gilt embroidery and even a crown or two contributed to the decidedly regal feel of design duo Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig’s fall show. A plunging column dress trimmed in silver fringe and a crimson-embroidered tulle mermaid gown seem especially likely candidates to walk another very important runway: the red carpet.

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Our Six Favorite New York Fashion Week Moments from the Spring ’16 Shows

Hear that? It’s the sound of a legion of editors and bloggers stuffing shoes into designer luggage and tucking eye cream into carry-on bags. That’s right: It’s time for New York Fashion Week again. The shows begin February 10; let’s prepare by way of review. (Of course, since spring collections are arriving every day now, you can also review and prepare by shopping!)

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Marc Jacobs photo: Jessa Carter for The Thread

HERE’S WHAT WE WERE ALL TALKING ABOUT LAST SEASON

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Twin Shadow’s Runway Music for Public School at NYFW | Listen Up!

twinshadowIt’s not a Public School runway show without a soundtrack by Twin Shadow, aka George Lewis Jr. He’s done them all going back to 2012, becoming an essential piece of the New York City brand along the way.

For the show that just occurred at New York Fashion Week—and which our Senior Writer Laura Cassidy attended and covered excellently—that music takes the form of an original 9-minute dance mix.

Most Twin Shadow music is pop rock. This is a bunch of drums and squeezes of chipmunk soul. It’s a change of pace and it’s great. ’Nuff said.

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–Andrew Matson

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