After eight days and countless runway shows, New York Fashion Week has come to an end. From Day 1, when we saw easy-to-wear looks at BCBG Max Azria to the final show, when Marc Jacobs thrilled us once again with his dramatic, Victorian-esque Spring 2014 collection, this season was a memorable one. But now, as our jam-packed NYFW schedule concludes, we're excited for what's next. London Fashion Week kicks off today, with Milan and Paris Fashion Weeks to follow. Get a look at the schedules, and find out what we're looking forward to most. Europe, here we come!
London Fashion Week
We saw a lot of solid colors on the New York runways, so notably colorful London labels Vivienne Westwood and Mary Katrantzou are sure to give us the dose of print that we're craving. And we can't help but wonder if a certain royal (ahem, Duchess of Cambridge) will make a front-row appearance.
See the London Fashion Week schedule.
Milan Fashion Week
It goes without saying that the Gucci, Versace, and Fendi shows will be the highlights of Milan, but we're interested to see how Dolce & Gabbana's notable absence from the official itinerary shakes out. We'll be looking out for up-and-comer and Giorgio Armani pal Stella Jean, and of course, infamous street style star Anna Dello Russo.
See the Milan Fashion Week schedule.
Paris Fashion Week
Nothing tops jaw-dropping fashion set to a scene of Parisian gardens and architecture. Valentino, Elie Saab, and Chanel — what does Karl Lagerfeld have up his sleeve this time? — are some of the most anticipated shows, but one of our favorite parts of Paris Fashion Week is the ultrachic street style . . . and the shopping.
See the Paris Fashion Week schedule.