It wasn't an incredibly busy day, but the things that made it down the runway on day three were attention grabbing. From clever presentations, such as the Chloë Sevigny for Opening Ceremony collection, to the signature details that bring us memories of past collections, we really enjoyed what the day had to offer.
Here are some of our favorites:
Johnson Hartig brought '50s and '60s silhouettes by way of East India. Tweeds and plaids, which we are beginning to see in many collections, were dispersed throughout. And bright red shades almost steal the show. What we particularly took notice of was how the very same things that elevated these looks—the beads and tie-dye—gave it an accessible look that should appeal to DIY-ers.
Upon seeing one look from the fall collection, we were transported to our favorite look from last season: a cartoon alligator on a T-shirt worn with a textured, slightly flared green skirt. We were happy to recognize that same whimsical spirit in these designs, which makes sense since the collection was inspired by symbolist literature, such as "Flowers of Evil" and "Little Shop of Horrors." It struck a nice balance of reality, with its structured jackets, and playfulness, with baseball caps adding some spunk to sweet dresses.