New York Fashion Week has finally come to a close, which means that there’s finally a little bit of time to catch up on everything (sleeping, eating, reading) that you were too busy to do last week. The Cut’s contributing fashion critic Robin Givhan picked up right where she left off last season with her sharp, incisive reviews. This season, her coverage ranged from big-name designers, such as Marc Jacobs, Thom Browne, and Alexander Wang, to examinations of more up-and-coming talents, such as Rachel Comey and Hood by Air. Here’s the full list of her coverage of fall 2014 runway shows during New York Fashion Week:
On Marc Jacobs’s airy, yet substantive, collection.
On Ralph Lauren’s reliable elegance.
On Proenza Schouler’s vibrantly of-the-moment collection.
On Marc by Marc Jacobs’s intriguing reinvention.
On Donna Karan’s mid-career stammering.
On Thom Browne’s religious influences.
On Diane Von Furstenberg’s happy 40th anniversary celebration.
On Hood by Air’s powerful commentary on gender and race.
On Alexander Wang’s braggart move to Brooklyn.
On the challenge of finding true identities at Prabal Gurung, Peter Som, and rag & bone.
On Jason Wu’s disappointingly dated collection.
On the jarring speed bumps at Creatures of the Wind.
On Rachel Comey’s willful indifference.