Spring/Summer 2015 NYFW is a gift that keeps on giving, every single year (not that we’re complaining). This season, the ever-present floral parade marched down the runway of Michael Kors, whose designs were simplistic, yet reminded us of the clean, effortless feeling that encompasses the warmer seasons. The Kate Spade show had us craving for a glorious two piece. The rich emerald’s, crisp whites, and pretty floral prints made this collection one of our favourites from the whole week. We also adored the feminine beauty of Oscar De La Renta. Pretty lace, gingham, and pastels made this show a stunner. At Diane Von Furstenberg, once again, gingham, two-piece sets and lace ruled the runway, encompassing the classic feminine look that we’ve all grown to love so much. Another spring staple, lace was found in every shape and form, from Erin Fetherston’s bold colours, to Badgley Mischka’s head-to-toe, and finally to Naeem Khan’s heavy and deep shades. The appliqué outlined the forms of many models across the board, and will likely be one of spring/summer 2015’s biggest trends for it’s uncomplicated way of representing the sunny seasons.