You think you get a break from Fashion Week just because it’s Saturday? Up today: Lacoste, Rosa Cha, Diesel and the sexy man-brand of our dreams, Y-3. And don’t forget about Ralph Lauren, who was apparently feeling constrained by Bryant Park and has moved his show to Central Park, where he’ll parade models through the Conservatory Garden way up at 105th Street. (Grab your mace, Condé Nast ladies!) Afterwards, hang around for a black-tie bash in honor of Mr. Lauren’s 40th year in the business as, well, himself! And if yesterday didn’t fulfill your weekly Damien Hirst quota, head next to the Gagosian Gallery, where a new line of Levi’s designed by the artist and inspired by Warhol (have we not yet milked this cow dry?) will roll out. “It sounds kind of wacky, but it’s actually really wearable!” promises a rep. Oh, we’d expect nothing less! Somebody slap us in the face with a trout!
[Lacoste, 10 a.m., Rosa Cha, 2 p.m., Y-3, 4 p.m., Diesel 6 p.m., Ralph Lauren, 7 p.m., www.mbfashionweek.com; Warhol Factory X Levi’s X Damien Hirst, Gagosian Gallery, 555 West 24th Street, 8 p.m.]