New York Fashion Week rolled out runway shows paying homage to women -- women who are liberated, confident and inhibition-free, ready to take on the world and shape the future. Tory Burch and Coach celebrated women and freedom, turning fashion into a form of resistance.
In a different style, the Moncler Grenoble collection took the fashion world on a mountain voyage with stylish skiwear in highly feminine and sophisticated designs.
Michael Kors became the first designer to put a plus size model on the New York runway, dressed in an opulent fur coat and black dress with a high slit.
Indonesian designer Anniesa Hasibuan paid tribute to the Muslim headgear -- lustrous grey hijabs were styled with flowing, iridescent gowns fit for royalty.
Here's a look at some highlights that broke the mould at the New York Fashion Week shows.
Over to the guys, it's a union of uptown meets downtown style for Louis Vuitton this fall/winter with a collaboration with Supreme.