Dolce & Gabbana saluted women around the world at its fall/winter 2015 show, which featured babies, children and a pregnant model on the runway to celebrate the heart of all families: mothers.
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Bare legs. Open-toed shoes. Sleeve-free dressing. All these things were spotted at New York Fashion Week, which happened to take place in a city with record-setting cold temperatures. That’s right: stars didn’t let a Polar Vortex get in the way of fashion. They didn’t post screenshots of their weather apps to Instagram. And they certainly didn’t dress for the weather.
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Kanye West has endured much criticism about his Yeezy Season One fashion show for Adidas, but for the most part, has seemed to take it in stride. But when Fern Mallis, the creator of New York Fashion Week, told the New York Post that she was “kind of over” the star, he took to Twitter to post a response to the fashionista.
Models over 50 are having a moment. So are models who are also reality stars. Sadie Robertson joins Gigi Hadid and Kendall Jenner as another teen TV star to hit the runway. The Duck Dynasty star returned to Sherri Hill’s catwalk during New York Fashion Week, and she told PEOPLE she hopes it won’t be her last fashion show.
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Leave it to Michael Kors to have the most A-list catwalk. The designer landed three celebrity supermodels for this fall 2015 show, and the photos will probably give you the biggest case of Fashion Week Fomo ever.
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