NYFW Collections of the Day: Christian Siriano, Alexander Wang, Hervé Léger by Max Azria

Collections presented during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Saturday, September 8 included: Ruffian, Marissa Webb, Jill Suart, VPL, Prabal Gurung, MM6 Maison Martin Margiela, Edun, Threeasfour, Mara Hoffman, Rebecca Taylor, Hervé Léger by Max Azria, Boy by Band of Outsiders, Christian Siriano, Alexander Wang, Move It, Imitation of Christ, Alexander Herchcovitch, Ostwald Helgason, Calla, Dean Quinn, Tibi, Monique Lhuillier, and Altuzarra.


Christian Siriano – Spring 2013

Photos courtesy of Amanda De Simone/GoRunway.com via Style.com

Is it Barbie? Is it a princess? No, Christian Siriano‘s Spring 2013 collection is inspired by a recent performance of American Ballet Theatre‘s The Dream. As a former dancer himself, Siriano knows just how to translate the stage for stunning and feminine everyday looks.

Alexander Wang – Spring 2013

Photos courtesy of Monica Feudi/Fuediguaineri.com via Style.com

Tidy deconstructed looks dominated Alexander Wang‘s collection for Spring 2013. Although the presentation was almost entirely in black and white, count on Wang to never let it get boring.

Hervé Léger by Max Azria – Spring 2013

Photos courtesy of Yannis Viamos/GoRunway.com via Style.com

Just when you think you’ve seen every possible version of a bandage dress, Hervé Léger by Max Azria pulls out something new. The Spring 2013 collection is full of geometric patterns and flirty hemlines you wouldn’t expect from your average bandage dress.


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