LifestyleFashion Week New York Fashion Week day six: Marc Jacobs, Badgley Mischka, Jenny Packham and more By NINA RUGGIERO Updated September 9, 2014 7:13 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email New York Fashion Week hasn't slowed down yet. Day six was all about the party people, from Badgley Mischka's balloon-filled 25th anniversary bash, to Marc Jacobs' rave-themed runway show. Here are five highlights you need to see. High 'brow' fashion Photo Credit: Rodarte; Getty Images Thanks to Cara Delevingne, we're well aware that statement eyebrows are now a thing. But when they get really crazy, is it possible to raise your eyebrows... at eyebrows? Rodarte and Badgley Mischka took accessory brows to a new level on Tuesday, Rodarte with sort of painful-looking silver eyebrow rings, and Badgley Mischka with funky pastel highlighting. So, for those of you who thought all you had to do to have your brows camera-ready was get a wax, well, it's not so simple anymore. Naomi Campbell celebrates Badgley Mischka Photo Credit: Bruce Gilbert Red carpet masters James Mischka and Mark Badgley had even more to celebrate than usual Tuesday at their Lincoln Center show-- it was their 25th anniversary. Romantic florals and glamorous metallics made their way down the runway, as did Naomi Campbell, who walked in Badgley Mischka's first ever runway show back in 1989. There was a cake involved, too, and lots-- we mean lots-- of balloons. Pamella Roland ties the knot Photo Credit: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images Eveningwear queen Pamella Roland presented Japan-inspired cherry blossom prints, delicate lace and organza gowns, feather details and knot-waist kimono dresses, but it was another kind of knot tying that stole the show (which Roland called one of her best yet) during the grand finale. Roland sent a dramatic wedding gown, veil and all, down the aisle to John Legend's "All of Me," to announce her debut bridal collection, coming in fall 2015. Roland, who spent time living in Kyoto, Japan, said it's a place she "always found so beautiful and tranquil." Her next collection, however, could draw flair from the Western world. "After the show is over, I'm heading to London and Paris with my daughter for her graduation," she said. "I hope to be inspired." Marilyn Monroe, remembered Photo Credit: Fernanda Calfat/Getty Images Jenny Packham is best known today for dressing Kate Middleton, but it was a note to a different sort of "royal" muse she left on each seat at her spring 2015 show. "Dear Marilyn," it began, "I've read the book and listened to the recordings, visited your bungalow at the Beverly Hills... I've held your 'Some Like it Hot' LBD, looked inside your corsets and collected your images." Marilyn-like side-swept curls complemented ball gowns, glitzy stunners draped in crystal appliques, and dresses that hugged curves in a subtle, old Hollywood way. Marc Jacobs' '90s rave Photo Credit: Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images Bright lights, knotted mohawks and grungy T-shirts? Yep, Marc Jacobs is having a very '90s moment. The decade close to millennials' hearts has been making a fashion comeback on the streets, and Jacobs' Marc by Marc Jacobs show sealed the deal, with crop tops layered over tees, plaid skirts and funky booties that fit right in with the old school nightclub setting. By NINA RUGGIERO Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.