It's clearly all about the 70s, ladies. And Marc Jacobs couldn't have more successfully channeled the era than in his Marc by Marc Jacobs Fall Collection:
Kate and Laura Mulleavy took to the wheat fields and blue skies of the American plains, as they were in Days of Heaven, as inspiration for their Fall collection.
Savannah, GA and its legendary ghost stories were the inspiration behind Chris Benz's Fall Presentation.
How cool are these nomad-inspired updos, woven with colorful knitted pieces of yarn, at Thakoon?
The original inspiration for Scott Sternberg's Band Of Outsiders Fall Collection was the book The Stonemasters and its images of California rock climbers in the 70s . And the result was two women's collections: Boy and Girl.
A grandma inspired Suno collection with plenty of earthy colors, mixed floral prints, wide leg trousers, blouses and tunics?! You know we're a fan of that.
Rag & Bone blew us away with a futuristic, Inuit inspired collection packed with electric blues and rusty oranges color-blocked with earth tones, banded trousers, striped leggings and tweed ponchos.
Walking into Norman Ambrose's debut presentation at New York Fashion Week was like going to a glamourous party in the 70s where you didn't really belong but also didn't ever want to leave.