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Runway Roundup

With up to 10 shows a day, we saw a lot of strutting.

By D Magazine |

Some of our favorite spring looks:

ABOVE LEFT: Romans ruled at Vera Wang. Pleated gowns and the re-imagined toga made frequent appearances along with bejeweled satins and silks fashioned into relaxed contours. Colors included olive, burnt orange, navy, turquoise, bronze, and royal blue. photography courtesy of Vera Wang
ABOVE RIGHT: Phillip Lim knows how to make clothes that flatter the figure, and he made that obvious again this season. From miniskirts to elegant evening gowns, we loved every piece in this collection. Lots of looks for the girl on the go.
photography courtesy Phillip Lim
ABOVE LEFT: Classic but current describes Oscar De La Renta’s spring collection. Tribal prints and offbeat colors adorned the designer’s timeless silhouettes. Dallas’ own Polyphonic Spree performed uplifting melodies during the show. photography by Dan Lecca
ABOVE RIGHT: Inspired by the watercolors of Jeremiah Goodman, an interiors illustrator, Carolina Herrera sent fresh and lighthearted looks down the runway. Dresses adorned with beading, flowers, polka dots, and layers of chiffon made for a captivating collection.
photography courtesy of Carolina Herrera