New York Fashion Week: Zac Posen, Donna Karan &Amp; Tommy Hilfiger Autumn/Winter 2015

17/02/2015 13:27 | Updated 20 May 2015

Getting down all the hottest looks from the New York Fashion Week runway scene is no easy feat, which is why we've compiled a round up of all the major Autumn/Winter 2015 shows on the schedule.

Day six of the shows saw Donna Karan present her "Power and Poetry" catwalk. She sent her models down the runway in a womenswear collection that was all black and gold (save for a few separates in brown or off-white).

The vibe was seductive power-dressing: sharp, structured tailoring (blazers, trousers, belted mannish coats) was followed by beautiful brocade jackets and dresses. The embroidered, sheer gowns? Those are for the hours out of the office.

Zac Posen also gave a nod to office glamour by showcasing smart work-appropriate outfits (pencil skirts, shift dresses, mink neck scarves) - but it wasn't all day wear.

Naomi Campbell closed the show in a magenta ball gown proving that he's still the man when it comes to formal dressing. She was just stunning.

On the Tommy Hilfiger runway - a full blown American football stadium complete with a real Astroturf field - it was all about the game.

Fans of Hilfiger's preppy styles will be wearing a mohair varsity sweatshirt and/or football jersey dress in leather next season - and they will be doing it in navy, camel, maroon and gold. With wool thigh-high stockings.

Want to be part of this A-team? Follow Jourdan Dunn's lead.

Tommy Hilfiger - Runway RTW - Fall 2015 - New York Fashion Week

Carolina Herrera's water-inspired collection of icy blues and greys got us thinking carefully about the jacket we'll be investing this winter - textured, cocoon-shaped and paired with luxe fur scarf.

The designer's evening wear offering? A sea of floaty, floor-length dresses (full-skirted, appliqué, sheer, strapless, metallic) to woo the iciest of women.

Carolina Herrera - Runway - Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Fall 2015

Over on the Rag & Bone catwalk, David Neville and Marcus Wainwright did bright pops of yellow and orang, texture and too-cool-for-school layers (cami tops over long-sleeves with skirts over trousers), cross-body bags and fanny packs.

Flick through this gallery to see more catwalk looks to die for: the OTT, dreamy ball gowns, the fresh take on sports luxe and the classic, tailored investment coats.

We, naturally, want it all.


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