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New York fashion week: Tommy Hilfiger's festival of love

Plus other highlights from the day six of New York’s spring 15 catwalk shows, including Zac Posen, Phillip Lim and Rag & Bone.

Tommy Hilfiger took us to a music festival for spring, riffing on retro rock and roll looks straight from the 60s and 70s. Ripped patch work denim, oversized fuzzy knitwear, cutesy chiffon dresses and slim military-inspired tailoring all combined to create the perfect festival-ready, groupie girl look – we bet we’ll see this look influence the high street come next season.

Time to dust of the collarbones according to the master of elegant eveningwear Zac Posen. Shoulder-bearing slinky knee-skimming dresses, dramatic full length evening gowns and even tightly tailored tops flashed some décolletage – expect other eveningwear brands to follow suit.

Contemporary darling Phillip Lim’s asymmetric multi-fabric dresses, wearable wrapped dresses and overlapping tailored jackets will top many buyers wish-lists, while Rag & Bone focused on a relaxed and effortless look, with oversized silhouettes and long-length cuts appearing on loose wrapped jackets, sporty summer outerwear and simple, slouchy trousers.

Thom Browne has always marched to the beat of his own drum and this season was no different, pushing the envelope with his out of this world couture-like tailoring. Amongst the more directional looks sat some pretty printed suits, with cropped cigarette pants and fuller mid length skirts nodding to the season’s emerging longer length trend.

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