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New York Fashion Week 2014: Fashion event kicks off with sweaters and anoraks

A model walks the runway at the Dion Lee fashion show during MADE Fashion Week Fall 2014 at Milk Studios on February 6, 2014 in New York City.
Photo by Brian Ach/Getty Images

New York Fashion Week kicked off on Thursday, Feb. 6 in New York. Insiders said to expect fall fashion trends like fringe and shearling to go down the runways, according to a Feb. 6 report by Reuters.

Nicholas K, a brother-and-sister design team, were one of the first designers to kick off the biannual event. The designers dressed their models in oversized anoraks and draped sweaters. Their collection was filled with midnight blue, grey heather and dashes of burgundy.

The designs by Nicohlas K evoked a post-apocalyptic world. The models were complete in assymetrical black leather jackets, baggy shorts, fur hoods and black leather boots. It was a moody and angsty fashion show.

The collection is more fitting for the snow-filled streets outside. More snow is in the forecast for the weekend.

Hundreds of designers are expected to show their collections for fall 2014 on the runways and showrooms across New York. The event is expected to last through next Thursday. The week will end with Ralph Lauren and Calvin Klein.