Designer: Mark Badgley and James Mischka
Trends: More casual pieces of the opulent collection included pencil skirts, in tweed, royal-hued calf hair, and bead covered jacquard, most of which were paired with peplum tops or heavy coats. A slew of fit-and-flare, knee-length frocks showed off brocade patterns and gilded embellishments. The gowns stole the show as the featured ornamentation, from lace to embroidery, proved that sometimes more is, well, more.
Palette: Gold, black, ivory, steel blue, cardinal red, crimson
Playlist: "Le Bal Des Patineurs," by Rene Aubrey, and "Night (Zola Jesus and Dean Hurley remix)," by John Carpenter
Who was there: Chrissy Teigen, "The Real Housewives of New York's" Countess LuAnn de Lesseps, Sports Illustrated'sKate Bock
Who should wear it: Real life royals like Kate Middleton, Princess Charlene of Monaco, and Princess Mary of Denmark