Editor’s picks from New York Fashion Week S/S 2015: womenswear collections

Clothing store with smartly suspended steamer trunks
Band of Outsiders: To celebrate its 10th anniversary, the American brand opened its first new York store, collaborating with architectural studio LOT-EK on the Soho space that's dominated by smartly suspended steamer trunks
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Big pink doll house

Marc Jacobs: Hello big pink doll house - a home only Barbie could love

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Models at New York Fashion Week S/S 2015

MM6: The Margiela line ingeniously fused Japanese silhouettes with cowboy motifs for spring/summer 2015. The collection was a pop cultural melange of kimono sleeves, judo belts, bandana prints and fringed suede, which all worked together in surreal harmony. Photography: Jason Lloyd-Evans

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Chandeliers covered in transparent gauze

Ralph Lauren: The house-proud designer wrapped his chandeliers in transparent gauze at his mainline show

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Newbark bags hanging below images styled by Maryam

Newbark: Stylist Maryam Malakpour and her sister Marjan showed their new line-up of Newbark bags with images styled by Maryam and shot by Jason lee

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Ryan Korban sitting on a beige sofa in a mink coloured painted room

Altuzarra: With 'a budget of $5' interior designer Ryan Korban (pictured) transformed the Altuzarra showroom by blanketing the entire space, including Kartell furniture, in mink coloured paint

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Models wearing trailing embroidered lace and net skirts

Rodarte: The duo's eccentric, craft-driven aesthetic embraced an aquatic theme with trailing embroidered lace and net skirts, oversized jackets with fishing net cargo pockets and shimmering bias-cut dresses in a murky, swirling oceanic colour palette. Photography: Jason Lloyd-Evans

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Installation of a runway with a backdrop trellis-covered box burnt to a crisp

Vera Wang: The designer's runway featured a trellis-covered box burnt to a crisp - just like the charcoal hues that made up her largely black spring collection

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Showcase of the Raf Simons x Sterling Ruby collection

Dover Street Market New York: While 10th anniversary celebrations continue in London, the brand's Manhattan sibling is celebrating fashion week with a special showcase of the Raf Simons x Sterling Ruby collection. The offering includes a rare, paint splatter wool coat, which brings new meaning to the term 'wearable art'

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Retail space with interior artwork

Dover Street Market New York: The retail space is also featuring a large scale, original artwork by Ruby called 'Vampire' (2014), which hangs by the main entrance

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Festival inspired fashion show with a fairground backdrop that was about as glam rock as it gets

Tommy Hilfiger: The American designer was similarly festival inspired with a fairground backdrop that was about as glam rock as it gets

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Interior of a coffee café

Polo Ralph Lauren: The American sportswear giant opened its first Polo flagship store on New York's Fifth Avenue, complete with an in-store 'Ralph's Coffee' café

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A man's leg breaking through a mirror

Kenzo: The third instalment of Kenzine has landed in Kenzo stores worldwide, for which creative directors Carol Lim and Humberto Leon once again teamed up with ToiletPaper magazine and W* 2014 Handmade collaborators Maurizio Cattelan, Pierpaolo Ferrari and Micol Talso. Photography: Toiletpaper

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The ceiling at Victoria Beckham's show

Victoria Beckham: The ceiling at Victoria Beckham's show inside New York's Cunard Building was masterfully lit by lighting aficionado Thierry Dreyfus

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Models wearing denim staples adorned with playful bubble-shaped motifs

G-Star RAW: The Dutch jeans brand has once again teamed up with Pharrell Williams to create its second G-Star RAW For The Oceans clothing collection - a line made using fibres derived from William's Bionic Yarn textile company, which fashions fabric from recycled ocean plastic. The collection itself featured denim staples adorned with playful bubble-shaped motifs

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Models posing for a picture at New York Fashion Week S/S 2015

Edun: Designer Danielle Sherman has found the sweet spot on well-priced clothes that tick all the cool-girl boxes. Read: long, lean silhouettes, wide-leg cropped pants and loads of covetable spring time flats. Photography: Jason Lloyd-Evans

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Models on the runway wearing black and white clothing

Public School: Tailoring with an urban edge was the name of the game at Public School. The label tapped into New York's music scene both on the runway and for the show's soundtrack with a live performance by George Lewis Jr, aka Twin Shadow

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Models sitting on a pink lounge in front of the ocean and palm tree leaves

Prism: Designer Anna Laub chose the perfect location to show off her latest creations for Prism - Manhattan's Hudson River skyline, as seen from Le Bain at the top of The Standard hotel

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Models wearing floaty, feminine silhouette dresses

Prabal Gurung: The designer's latest collection was filled with sumptuous material experimentations that were inspired by his earliest memories of Nepal's mountainous landscape. Floaty, feminine silhouettes were adorned with petal-like ruffles and intricate embroidery to mimic the region's topography. He also launched his first footwear collection. Photography: Jason Lloyd-Evans

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A vintage car

Visvim: A vintage car embodied the heritage of American workmanship at designer Hiroki Nakamura's presentation

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Models wearing colorful clothing

Coach: Stuart Vevers' transformation of Coach is in full swing. In his second showing for the label, the British designer played with the idea of the great American road trip to produce a nostalgic, youthful collection that was in perfect sync with the backdrop created by Californian artist Gary Baseman

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Neon signs

Coach: Neon signs completed the feeling of stopping at a gas station while on Vevers' American road trip

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Models wearing organic shapes, pleats, layers and textural folds clothing

Tome: The Australian duo captured the spirit of India in its thoughtful use of organic shapes, pleats, layers and textural folds. Photography: Hannah Thomson

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Fashion Features Editor

Jack Moss is the Fashion Features Editor at Wallpaper*, joining the team in 2022. Having previously been the digital features editor at AnOther and digital editor at 10 and 10 Men magazines, he has also contributed to titles including i-D, Dazed, 10 Magazine, Mr Porter’s The Journal and more, while also featuring in Dazed: 32 Years Confused: The Covers, published by Rizzoli. He is particularly interested in the moments when fashion intersects with other creative disciplines – notably art and design – as well as championing a new generation of international talent and reporting from international fashion weeks. Across his career, he has interviewed the fashion industry’s leading figures, including Rick Owens, Pieter Mulier, Jonathan Anderson, Grace Wales Bonner, Christian Lacroix, Kate Moss and Manolo Blahnik.