Warm and Fuzzy. It's going to be a warm and fuzzy fall 2013 if the abundance of luxurious fur on the runways has anything to do with it.
|From L-R: Alexander Wang, Badgley Mishka, Altuzarra, Bibhu Mohapatra and Carolina Herrera|
Leather. Rich and supple, this fall staple came in an assortment of colors from dark green, orange and red to the classic black.
|From L-R: Lacoste, Calvin Klein, Altuzarra, Charlotte Ronson and Belstaff|
Outer Wear. What you wear on the outside is just as important as what is on the inside. The outer wear collection ranged from knee length coats to biker jackets caplets and boleros.
|From L-R: Marchesa, Altuzarra, Proenza Schouler, Marissa Webb and Ruffian|
Metallics. There was a noticeable return of slick and shiny metallics on the fall 2013 runway.
|From L-R: Marc Jacobs, Erin Featherston, Tadashi Shoji, Rachel Comey and Edun|
Monochrome. After last season’s explosion of color, so many a designer went Monochrome for fall once again proving the staying power of this classic trend.
|From L-R: Altuzarra, Ralph Lauren, Honr, Proenza Schouler and Catherine Malandrino|
Capes. One of fall's favorite ways to cover up and be chic at the same time, capes hung from shoulders and trailed at the back forming shrouds on the fall runways.
|From L-R: Band Of Outsiders, Ruffian, Zac Posen, Pamella Roland and Donna Karan|
Billowy Sleeves. Full billowy sleeves reminiscent of the swash buckling era made their way back onto the fashion scene at the fall runways of New York fashion week.
|From L-R: Prabal Gururng, Pamella Roland, Christian Siriano, Ralph Lauren and Erin Featherstone|
Lace. The ethereal and feminine that comprise of lace brought the most beautiful gowns and etchings embroidered in lace to the fall 2013 runways.
|From L-R: Jason Wu, Catherine Malandrino, Lela Rose, Tadashi Shoji and Chado Ralph Rucci|
Sparkle. Eyes lit up when it came to the most dazzling of collections from Marc Jacobs, Oscar De La Renta, Pamella Roland and Naem Khan.
|From L-R: Chado Ralph Rucci, Christian Siriano, Catherine Malandrino, Monique Lhuillier and Badgley Mischka|
Lady Like Dressing. New York saw the return of a more definitive focus on the female silhouette as lots of lady like frocks were dished out guaranteed to make the wearer feel more feminine.
|From L-R: Badgley Mischka, Alexandre Herchcovitch, Calvin Klein, Bibhu Mohapatra and Nicole Miller|