The quiet chic of Carolina Herrera’s collection was worthy of its stunning Frick Collection setting as she celebrated 35 years.
Newly minted Dior designer Maria Grazia Chiuri started a powerful feminine revolution via the season’s most sought after T-shirt.
Dolce & Gabbana brought us to a joyful street party with a mix of pasta prints, hotel slipper slides and madcap florals with a luxe touch.
Marc Jacobs’ riff on Space Age ’80s club-kid glamour had models’ hair piled high with Technicolor dreadlocks.
Flowers frozen in blocks of ice gently melted away as a perfectly poetic collection walked the runway at Dries Van Noten in Paris.
Saint Laurent’s new designer, Anthony Vaccarello, gave us a logo heel to signify that the house’s tradition of louche glamour is back.
In New York, Tommy Hilfiger turned the South Street Seaport into a pop-up carnival, complete with Ferris wheel, cotton candy and model-of-the-moment Gigi Hadid.
Keeping up with the fast-paced, jampacked schedule of back-to-back fashion weeks can seem daunting. To connect the dots on what happened in Paris, Milan and New York this spring, we asked illustrator and fashion follower Manuel Santelices to draw some conclusions.
By James Aguiar // Illustrations by Manuel Santelices