NYFW February 2017

-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

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)

Life in colors!

-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.

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.

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.

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.

-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.

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.

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.

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.

-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.

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

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.

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

-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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