Flashback: Our Editors Recount Their All-Time Favorite Fashion Shows

Elana Fishman, senior digital editor

"As a die-hard Olivier Theyskens fan, I believe that nothing can ever top his Fall 2007 ready-to-wear collection for Nina Ricci—his first at the helm of the French label. From the color palette (soft shades of grey, snowy whites and inky blacks punctuated by shots of chartreuse) to the impeccable beauty look (models had delicate feather strands woven into their hair that fluttered as they walked) to the set design (bare trees and plenty of moody mist), the whole show was absolutely breathtaking. The spiraling, strapless evening gowns—a tribute to Nina Ricci's L'Air du Temps perfume bottle—could've easily been marketed as couture. I only wish I could have been there in person to witness the show firsthand!"

Fairchild Archive

Contributing Digital Editor

We always get nostalgic when fashion week begins. There's a lot of excitement around seeing what's new, and we're ever hopeful to find things that we'll remember season after season. What does it take to make that mark? Well, it's different for everybody—so we asked them. Click above for a play-by-play of our editors' favorite fashion shows from seasons past. Spoiler alert: there's a lot of Marc Jacobs up in there.

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