Fashion

Fashion

Peppy polka dots, peak pink, lots of lace and color-blocking galore top the spring/summer 2019 New York Fashion Week trends

For the roaming tribe of fashion scribes that cover the circuit, the end of New York Fashion Week is not usually a feel-good occasion. That's because it's not really the end of the trend-spotting runway marathon. It's just the beginning of a long, multi-city, international jaunt that moves on to, in quick succession, London, Milan and finally Paris, the city whose fashion week won't end until early October. But, on a rainy Thursday night here, as the last footfalls faded from Marc Jacobs' week-closing runway show at the Park Avenue Armory (after a nearly hour and a half delayed start), it was all but impossible not to feel cheery, upbeat, optimistic, enthusiastic and, dare we say it, downright happy.

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney previews matchup with Georgia Tech

Clemson football coach Dabo Swinney talks Paul Johnson, Georgia Tech