The Diesel Black Gold show at New York Fashion Week featured the ultimate in Rock Chic.
Rockabilly girls with a touch of New Wave took to the catwalk, showing off a collection filled with the ubiquitous Diesel leather, studs and lace-up details.
High-waisted trousers and skirts were the name of the game – many sprinkled with stars. The looks came in white, black, red and pale blue, contrasting with flickering stage lights for added dramatic effect.
Fashion Week was also a chance for Britney Spears to present her new line of lingerie, unveiled at a special show at the New York Public Library for select members of the press only.
Models dressed in delicate, lacy numbers posed on a set designed to look like a boudoir.
Made up of kimonos, bustiers and lingerie sets named after flowers, the Intimate Britney Spears collection is the pop singer’s latest in a series of product placement and endorsement deals ranging from perfumes to toys.
The 32-year old singer came on stage after the show thanking the audience for attending and saying: “This is something I’ve been working on for two and a half years. I’m really, really passionate about this and I hope you all enjoyed it as much as I have.”
One of the highlights of New York Fashion Week is Fashion Rocks, where music and fashion come together for a massive charity fundraising event. Jennifer Lopez lived up to expectations with her highly anticipated show, where she performed her aptly-named hit ‘Booty’ clad a micro metallic dress with matching lingerie bottoms.
British singer Rita Ora offered her version of David Bowie’s ‘Fashion’ wearing a British flag jacket and a bustier mini jumper, before veteran US hard rock band Kiss closed the event with their legendary ‘Rock and Roll All Nite’.