Designers Get Earring Happy at Spring 2017 Fashion Week

The spring 2017 New York shows continued to be another fashion week in flux. There was no consensus on see-now, buy-now, with some designers (Thakoon Panichgul, Tom Ford, and Ralph Lauren among them) going all out, but plenty still sticking to the status quo. Runway spectacles were both brazen—hello, Tommy Hilfiger and his Gigi Hadid–fronted carnival of fun—and barely there, with more intimate appointments (e.g., Jonathan Saunders’ debut at Diane von Furstenberg). And on top of all this hovered the unavoidable larger issues of the election and the global crises that jolted us upright with every front page.    All of which made the main message, by shows’ end, a welcome one: The designer antidote to all the instability and unknowns is a season of mood-elevating optimism. Marc Jacobs threw a rave, Thom Browne held a kooky pool party, and Maryam Nassir Zadeh had her m

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