So it's Grazia Daily's second full day here in New York and we've already seen a streaker on the catwalk (our eyes!), made BFFs with Hailee Steinfeld (what a sweetie) and nailed our fashion-week-in-the-snow wardrobe (just). You can see all our snaps in the gallery above and read on for our highlights of the day...
1. Alexander Wang's Revolving Catwalk
After schlepping all the way to Brooklyn, the pressure was on Alexander Wang to deliver a collection worthy of missed dinner reservations. When we arrived at the warehouse, we were immediately treated to hip flasks full of whisky and pineapple - little did we realise those hip flasks gave a hint of the gun-toting, artillery-jacket-filled collection ahead of us. Aside from the stellar collection, we were also most impressed with the theatrical staging which included a revolving steel catwalk allowing us to see the show's final looks from all angles. Read our full show report here.
2. Backstage Hugs With Joseph Altuzarra
One of our personal highlights is catching up with Joseph Altuzarra. For Autumn Winter 2014, he was thinking about craftsmanship and artisanal skill with a collection that included rainbow-coloured furs and dresses that look like they were made from rag rugs. Backstage, Jenna Lyons - one of Altuzarra's long-time fans - congratulated him with a massive bear hug and with several wearable cocktail dresses and dressing-gown-style coats, the buyers are sure to be clammering.
3. Three Outfits, One Day
The day started with a Marc Jacobs pyjama shirt and Whistles leather trousers under a midi-length Zara coat. However, two shows in, Senior Fashion News & Features Editor Katherine realised she was woefully underdressed for the Baltic temperatures of New York so after lunch, it was time to change into a full skirt by Lulu & Co and a cashmere sweater by Uniqlo finished off with a Givenchy clutch and Jimmy Choo boots. Then for dinner, Katherine went for a Michael Van Der Ham cocktail dress and Loubtouin heels (finished off, admittedly, with a puffa jacket).
4. Too Much Exposure At Prabal Gurung
In recent seasons, there's been a lot of catwalk protest action. Remember the Femen demonstrators at Paris Fashion Week in October? The debut catwalk terrorist this season was a thong-wearing streaker at the Prabal Gurung show. Sadly for him, his outburst did little to detract from the poetic beauty of the collection. This season marked another confident outing from Gurung with his signature prints and expertise with drapery joined with some seriously chic knits and red carpet contenders.