Designer Victoria Beckham acknowledges the audience after presenting her Fall/Winter 2015 collection during New York Fashion Week February 15, 2015. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
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The Associated Press is all over New York Fashion Week, from its runway fashions to celebrity-packed events.So, guests at Victoria Beckham's runway show Sunday morning were treated to hot tea -- in glass cups -- as they arrived at Cipriani Wall Street on the coldest New York City day in years.As for the fashions, they were warm, too, but the fall-winter fabrics were given a sexy twist, falling closer to the body than usual. Impeccable grey and black bomber jackets, puffer coats and anoraks came in wool and nylon for both sexes, covering long tunics with side slits and maxi-length pleated skirts Saturday.There was a show of Tibetan sequin embroidery in '70s swingy chiffon dresses done in navy, burgundy and pale blue, along with a touch of delicate velvet. But it was his lush fur collars on coats, flippy hems on coats and skirts and feminine touches in lace, like a keyhole opening on blouses, that made the fall collection stand out from previous turns.
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