the love list

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New York Fashion Week:
Sunday, Sept. 13, 2015
The Love List
Insiders on their favorite things from the last 24 hours of Fashion Week

Jane Larkworthy, Beauty Director, W Magazine

The yellows, oranges, and reds at Prabal Gurung were so cheerfully chic, but the literal splashes of color on this somewhat-perforated flowing dress had me swooning.

Simon Doonan, Creative Ambassador-at-Large, Barneys

Victoria Beckham’s designs look better and better every season. Ditto her husband.

Aidy Bryant, Cast Member, Saturday Night Live

A Détacher is the easy, cool art lady I want to be. Yes! A casual woman who wears blue eye shadow!

André Leon Talley, Contributing Editor, Vogue

The Sarah Jessica Parker shoes shown with the Tracy Reese collection.

I especially liked the classic black matte leather stiletto, the ankle boot in pink metallic leather, the transparent ankle boots, and the wonderful disco ball brushed-heel pumps.

André Leon Talley, Contributing Editor, Vogue

My high-quality moment was the monks from Nepal at Prabal Gurung, chanting gratitude for all [the fashion industry’s] assistance during the recent traumatic quake.

Diana Tsui, Senior Market Editor, the Cut

At Edun there were all of these amazing fringed dresses. The detail was incredible but felt completely wearable.

Véronique Hyland, Fashion News Editor, the Cut

My highlight was going from Lil Wayne (at the Alexander Wang after-party) to Ravel (Derek Lam played Bolero at his show) in a 12-hour period.

Stella Bugbee, Editorial Director, the Cut

I loved the lineup at Hood by Air, particularly the woman in the pink pants.

Mikki Halpin, Deputy Editorial Director, the Cut

Jennifer Hudson debuted her Grace Jones–inspired new look on Instagram a few weeks ago, but seeing it in person at the Prabal Gurung dinner was breathtaking. The woman's ears are like works of art.

Isaac Mizrahi, Designer

The collections on Sunday looked like a lot of good styling.

What they lacked in breadth, they made up for in affect and focus. Happy Rosh Hashanah!

It’s easy for people inside the industry to get jaded about Fashion Week, and it’s just as easy for those outside the industry to find this attitude baffling. A full week dedicated to looking at beautiful clothes? What’s not to love?

In the spirit of positivity, the Cut has been asking insiders — designers, editors, celebrities — about their favorite Fashion Week moment from the past 24 hours. Maybe it’s a runway look, maybe it’s a model, maybe it’s a funny thing that happened in the cab on the way to the show. Above, we present the the latest installment of the Love List: an interactive photo wall of the past day’s highlights. Hover over a photo to find out who loved each particular moment, and why.

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