New York Fashion Week Day 2 round up

Lela Rose' collection was - as you can see - dominated by pocketed skirts and dresses. Lela described her collection as a "sharp sophisticated fashion sense of Katherine Hepburn with the more feminine Audrey Hepburn".

The colours used were sunset orange, sweet-corn yellow and cactus green, but don't confuse this to be safari chic.

Celebrities who attended the show were Mariska Hargitay, Sophia Bush and Brittany Snow, who wore one of Lela's designs to the show.

Badgley Mischka is not really my style, but they offer glamorous gowns to weekend chic. Hats featured heavily as did day dresses, pants, shoes, sunglasses, swimwear, and handbags.

Terri Hatcher was front row at this show, which is not surprising seeing as she is the face of their new Fall Campaign. Terri was probably shopping for a gown for the upcoming Emmy awards.

Emmy Rossum was also at the show looking gorgeous in this season colour, purple.

Miss Sixty's motto for this show was 'skinny jeans are here to stay' whether we like not. They created a newer jean which will have a lower rise and higher hem, this will makes them smaller and sexier.

I am bored of skinny jeans, which is why I have chosen pictures of the other side of the show which was full of loud prints, shorts skirt and even shorter shorts.

This collection was seen by Hilary Swank, Demi Moore, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Mishca Barton and Clive Owen. Now I understand why Mischa Barton would want to get a first look at this collection, but the rest. Really? Demi, Hilary and Maggie all have the bodies for super skinny low rise jeans, but I can't picture them wearing them.

As for Clive Owen, one word. Modelizer.

Other shows yesterday included;

Carlos Miele, Nary Manivong, Cynthia Steffe Atil Kutoglu, Yeohlee, Terexov, Gottex, Heatherette, Akiko Ogawa, which can be viewed on Style.com.

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