- Associated Press - Tuesday, September 11, 2012

NEW YORK (AP) - Designers at New York Fashion Week want their models to take a trip. No, not that kind.

The clothes presented Tuesday on the sixth day of spring previews aimed to transport the fashion crowd to faraway lands, whether by airplane or time machine. There were hints of India (Vera Wang) and Africa (Tory Burch), with detours to 18th century Japan (The Row), the 1950s (Alice and Olivia) and medieval times (Rodarte).

If that’s not enough travel for the fashion crowd, they’ll soon pack up for London, Milan and Paris when New York Fashion Week wraps up on Thursday.

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