Front Row at NYFW: Herve Leger and DVF


Just when we thought Lubov Azria couldn't reinvent the bandaged body-con look, she's proved us wrong with her latest Fall/Winter 2015 Herve Leger by Max Azria. With architectural details, strategically placed cutouts, she's pushing the limits of this fairly movement-limiting style. Studded detailing added glam to flirty-skirted silhouettes, and coordinating long-sleeved t-shirt separates made matching a cinch--and chic.

“This season the Hervé Léger collection was inspired by our travels to Barcelona and the amazing architecture of Gaudi’s La Sagrada Familia. We wanted [...] the strong lines and prints in the collection so that the world knows our girl means business!” Lubov Azaria, Hervé Léger

To be completely honest, despite our undying love for all thing Lubov, we're very kinda over the oversexed bandage dress go-to, but Lubov's fresh approach this Fall screams power and punch. This season, it's more about making a bold statement than it is about skin. Applause all around.

It's no secret that we're obsessed with Diane von Furstenberg. Our darling DVF debuted another smattering of her iconic wrap dresses, this time with a heavy nod to decades during which she conceived of the industry-shaping style: The '70s. We imagine this is what Mila Kunis's wardrobe looked like on the set of "That '70s Show." And we can dig it. Polkadot tights, fancy shorts, lace over leotards, and American-Hustle-worthy fur coats tied it all together, taking us back to the future.