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Friday, 10 February 2017

NYFW February 2017

 09/02/17
-Cinq a Sept
Ruffles and Frills, that's the main element of the collection.

-Tadashi Shoji
Spotlight on the fabrics that resemble vintage clothes.
 

-Rag & Bone
Party Time! The brand celebrates it's 15th annyversary

-Thakoon
Trench coat season is on!


-La Perla
Their first ever show in New York under the creative direction of Julia Haart who showed a collection that took us back to the 90's with the slip dresses. What's more, Naomi Campbell and Kendall Jenner walked the show.

-Adam Selman
What is that sheer roses embroidered coat? (insert heart eyes emoji)

-Desigual
Life in colors!


10/02/17
-Calvin Klein
Waterproof, underboob and womens suits, all by Raf Simons who made his debut at the brand.

-Kate Spade
A neworker this season will be wearing a floral print inspired by Morrocos annual rose festival in the vellee des roses. Roses and animal print? yes, please!

-Jason Wu
10 years of fashion and Jason is still true his style. Minimal and monochromatic styles, but still adds some trends such as velvet.

-Club Monaco
Floral midi lenght loose pices we can all wear.

-Cushnie et Ochs
The brand mixtures sensuality with minimalism.

-Jeremy Scott
Vintage vibes from all the decades, vibrant colors and 70's pants. Oh, did I mention the tracksuits? Those may ne optional for now.

-Milly
Black, white and not much more. The key is on the materials used.

-Nicole Miller
Youthful and casual.

- Tanya Taylor
Brightt colors and trends ruled the runway. She put enphasis in the shoulders cuts and the ruffles.


11/02/17
-Lacoste
I couldn't find out the inspiration behind the collection, but reading I found out it was called grunge, and from what I know that is also a part of the famous 90's that you never thought would be back.

-Tibi
Workwear clotjing? YES!

-Christian Siriano
What else can you expect from this genius man?

-Self Portrait
Forget about the lace dresses, it's all about trends now! High-rise, ruffles and one shoulder

-Jonathan Simkhai
I can't remember his previous collections, but this one reminds me of a couture show.

-Alexander Wang
Ready for a night out in an A-list designer, but still casual.


12/02/17
-Custo Barcelona
Metallics, patchwork and vibrant colors are the basics for him.

-Prabal Gurung
He was inspired by womens equality and inmigrants rights and tried to get his message across. He even closed the show with the models, and himself wearing printed t-shirts with feminist quotes.

-J. Crew
Ready-to-wear to work, a fancy night out and a casual date, J. Crew has it all.

-Jenny Packham
One of designers that always reminds us of couture added casual pieces such as a biker jacket with patches.

-Diane Von Furstenberg
Some alternatives to the wrap dress, but with structural similarities.

-Altuzarra
Since their previous season I've been obssesed with this brand, and today I love how they add yellow to a winter collection.

-Public School
Make America New York because fashion is more related to politics than what you thought.

-Victoria Beckham
Always one of my favourite. This time she added oversized blazersand sheer shirt to our wishlists.

13/02/17
-Zimmermann
Under the name of "The Maples", the collection goes from slouchy sweaters and oversized blazers, to pajama style robes and lace dresses.

-Proenza Schouler
Modern styles in a neutral palette that includes a variety of materials such us leather.

-Zadig & Voltaire
The inspiration comes from imagining a Parisian woman pocking up the energyl of the cool New York energy.

-3.1 Phillip Plein
A brand that stands for womans rights decided to use pink amd vibrant colors to express it.

-Frame
Highlight on the cropped jeans and velvet suits.

-ZERO + Maria Cornejo
emphasis on the fabrics and textures.

-Carolina Herrera
Tie bows are the key element of the collection, but we see ribbons in shkrts and coats as well.

-Mara Hoffman
soft pastels, denim and nudes.

-Oscar de la Renta
An absolute dream that includes gowns, but also suits that are a huge trend this season

-Phillip Plein
That heavy rock style.

-Rosie Assoulin
Florals in different prints and embroideries.


14/02/17
-Zac Posen
For his 15th anniversary ZacPosen showed his collection as a photographic exhibition.

-Tory Burch
One the best Tory Burch collections I've seen that was inspired by the fearlessness and irreverence of Katherine Hepburns character in "The Philadelphia Story".

-Badgley Mischka
A lot of work with stone embroidery.

-Naeem Khan
Each runway look was very particular, from dresses to the suits, eaxh one is very unique and street style worth it.

-Alice + Olivia
Fun, colourul and romantic.

-Brandon Maxwell
Since the start, Brandon has kept it simple, but this time he added some green and bugundary to the monochromatic looks.

-Narciso Rodriguez
A modern womans basics.

-Coach
Warm Fall shades, different tones of brown, bugundary, orange and some green details.



15/02/17
-Delpozo
Spring fever, hoodies and color-block.

-Ralph Lauren
"Exotic Sophistication" is the name given by the designer to this collection, but for me just sophistication is enough.

-Michael Kors
A not so basic collection in neutral colors and animal prints that express strenght and confidence in the people who wears it.

-Anna Sui
Inspired by the "Nlithe Spirit" that included bold colorful prints in winter shades.

-Marchesa
The usual old-style emnroidered pieces teamed ip with silk 00's green.


16/02/17
-Marc Jacobs
The revival of Hip-Hop and huge caps.

Thank you fpr visiting! Let me know if there's another show I shoukd watch and make sure to come back for all the updates on London Fashion Week.

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