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Sunday, 13 September 2015

NYFW S/S 2016


article originally published on: 10/09/2015

So today the calendar indicates it´s September 10, which can only mean one thing, it´s the first day of Fashion Week in New York. Some say it´s the most important one, some that it´s the modern one, but what we are sure is that it gives us the first glimpse of what we will be wearing next season. Let´s take a look!

On the 9th Lauren Conrad, the former reality TV star, did her first presentation as a designer at Fashion Week in a collaboration with Kohls. The collection is so feminine that it needed to make an appearance on the blog.




10/9
Nicholas K
White, black, brown and grey create unique pieces of loose summerish dresses. But it´s not all distressed. Accessories and sunglasses add a futuristic touch.



Tadashi Shoji
Plenty of tulle and subtle florals, should I say more?

Creatures of the Wind
Do you remember those printed shirts your granny wore all the time? Well, it happens that by adding some pop colours and you are ready to go.



BCBG Max Azria
Bucket hats? Yes, bucket hats on the runway.


Erin Fetherson
Fresh dresses with colourful prints. I would deffinitly wear this, looks natural and easy to pull off.

Marissa Webb
Military green and plaid for summer? Why not? I always love it when winter prints can make it into a summer outfit.


Desigual
I always say that Desigual makes the kind of clothing middle aged woman use to look younger, but this time it´s actually younger.

11/9
Kate Spade
I could talk about this for long, but have you seen that DOG BAG! Like a real DOG BAG!!! Hands down!

Jason Wu
Lace and tayloring is the perfect convination to create a feminine but elegant collection.

Custo Barcelona
A mixture of colours, prints, patterns, fabrics... plus the usual modernism and colours.


Zimmermann
OMG! I´m so obssesed with this collection! It´s cute, feminine, delicate prints...it´s every girls dreams!!!!!

Betsey Johnson
Crazy outfits, but I always think that we need people like Betsey who do unusual things, right?

Givenchy
Lace, lace, lace...It´s the first time for the brand in New York, and to tell you the truth, based on this season, I can´t wait for the next one.

12/9

Jill Stuart
Flowing fabrics that, because of the "no-shape" style can be adapted to your body. This fabrics look so thin, so perfect for summer.


Lacoste
Inspired by the Olympics that the brand will be working for next year, includes flags from countrys such as the USA.


Rebecca Minkoff
Trendy: lace up and fringed pieces.


Tibi
Minimalistic, both in shapes and colours, but with very elegant and delicate fabrics. I like how they experimented with long dresses.


Herve Leger by Max Azria
More texture, less bandage, historic!

Mara Hoffman
Printed? Totally! The shapes give it a vintage vibe, but it´s original. We are not used to full print outfits. Must try!

Altuzarra
Wondering what to wear in the city during Summer? Fine knitts and feminine shapes.


Christian Siriano
Where do I sign up to wear this minimalistic and neutral colours, but ultra chic collection?

Monique Lhuillier
This dresses need to appear on a red carpet. There´s a bit of couture with some everyday working outfis, but in general it gives a vibe of elegance and difference

Alexander Wang
Should we say he´s going back to his origins? Athletic and laid back, as the designer hits his 10th year anniversary and leaves behind his years in Balenciaga.

13/9

Victoria Beckham
Less black and more checkered pattern. The shapes remain intact, flowing fabrics and overall, elegant with a subtle hint femininity.

Public School
A collection everybody is loving. Sport vibes everywear that give a sense of comfort.

Hood by Air
Mixed proportions and destroyed clothes.

Diane von Furstenberg
Tropical prints is bold coulours and golden details. Very summerish...


Thakoon
Contemporary clothes inspired by pijamas, a trend that has been going around for a while now, but keep an eye for more.


Jenny Packham
A collection worth watching. It´s, as usual, more elegant, formal, red capet like. This time there were colours as red, neon yellow, and many 3D embelishments. Not to mention the quality of the fabrics, transparent but delicate.


Prabal Gurung 
Inspired by Nepal on the prints, the collection is simple but with some spice added by the bright orange.

Opening Ceremony
Strong shapes, on satin and knitts, that may seem quite basic.


14/9
Karen Walker
Different to what we´d been seeing. Maybe because it´s more casual, or maybe because of the colour blocking colours, I don´t know, but it more real, more street like.


Carolina Herrara
This is the best CH collection in years. As usual, it gives you the idea of an elegant woman, an aristocrat from the last century, that surely knows about fashion. The highlight? The overdose of pink! Literally perfection.

Jil Sander Navy



3.1 Phillip Lim

Tommy Hilfiger
Tommy Hilfiger claims to be a fan of the 70´s and this season -and the previous one- are clear exaples. Very beachy, very Jamaican and very crochet! Make sure to get a crochet bikini for next summer!!



Jeremy Scott
What would be NYFW without the excentricity Jeremy Scott has? This time it´s all about the 60´s along with technology. Plus, there were some cool techniques used to créate each outfit...


Zac Posen
Are you looking for non embelished gowns? This is the place, Zac Posen demostrates that a good design needs no extras.


Rag and Bone
It´s all about neon yellow+black (taxi) and unusual textured fabics
 Reem Acra
It kinds of reminds me of India. Idk if people do wear tunics there, but that´s the idea we have. And I´m totally in love with the details of each gown.

15/9
Coach

Tory Burch

Badgley Mishka

Vera Wang

Rodarte

Alice+Olivia

Oscar de la Renta

Narciso Rodriguez


16/9
Michael Kors

Delpozo

Boss

DKNY

Marchesa

Proenza Scholder

17/9
Ralph Lauren

J.Mendel

Calvin Klein collection

Marc Jacobs

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