New York Fashion Week Recap
It is time to recap the fresh runway trends and absorb new fashion knowledge. The time that all fashion enthusiasts have been counting down to, is finally here - the New York Fashion Week. The entire week showed us a spectrum of styles ranging from enchanting to funky and everything in between. We are summarizing the most unimaginable, bold and wildest looks that went down. All the A-list brands of the fashion world showcased their best work such as: Tory Burch, Ralph Lauren, Tom Ford, Zimmerman, Coach, Calvin Klein, Michael Kors, and Mark Jacobs to name a few.
Not to miss there were quite a lot of newbie brands that displayed their work. The fashion field opened up too many new genres of millennial fashion and trends. Some lesser known labels, some of which may have fallen by the wayside in previous seasons, had the chance to pique the interest of the highly enthusiastic people of the fashion industry. Every individual must be celebrated for their uniqueness and that is why we saw models from every walk of life, irrespective of their size, race, color and age without any discrimination. Now without further ado, let us straight dive into Who Wore What?
The season was all about millennial pinks, rose golds and bright hues. Blast from the past trends like iridescent jackets and also the revamped return of the elbow length gloves, along with some popular 90s prints became focal points across runways. Many designers used their collections and presentations as a way to promote a message of inclusivity and diversity. They also included women, men, transgender, plus size, pregnant women, and differently abled models.
To begin with we loved this chic and elegant look by Kaia Gerber. She pulled off the minimal fashion look effortlessly. Dressed in Alberta Ferreti, she wore a ruffled black shirt with bottle green high waist pants and a statement black belt. We give a big thumbs up to this attire, as it is easily doable and goes well if you are fond of color blocking.
Next up on the runway was Kylee Campbell serving some sharp looks as she wore the Zeynep Tosun label that supports and encourages local women designers. Their whole theme was sheer dresses with beautiful and detailed embroidery. When you think of being extra, you think of this brand. Here the model is dressed in a stunning black and white midi cold shoulder dress. Talk about acing a look and then she immediately comes to mind.
Josephine Skriver slayed in some good Nana Judy street style wear. The collection that was showcased mainly had monotones of black and white that dominated the show. The Australian brand incorporated street style X athleisure. We know the millennials within us are falling in love with these style crossovers. The prints were related to Disney and Dalmatians, giving us a fusion of nostalgia and modern. This embarks the era of fashion and clothing.
Paris Hilton and Patrick star walked for the blonds. Their theme was Disney villains with a tinge of neon shades. Purple green silver and black were the main colors of the night. The wildest looks came up in this show and are executed in the most dramatic way. The models did not catwalk but in fact, danced on the stage as they started making appearances. We are all in for these looks because the concept is very different from the usual stuff and the styling was perfect.
Jonathan Simkhai was all about muted monotones and dramatic ruffles. If we were to sum it up in one sentence, it would be - elegance is in simplicity. The creative cuts and detailed embroidery makes these dresses and gowns perfect for any formal evening event or maybe even a wedding.
Gigi walked for Prabal Gurung whose collection was popping with all the brightest shades of the color palette. The cutest tie up dresses and bows along with sparkling spring colors made it the most vibrant collection of the entire show. It was a treat to the eyes to see so many different shades blending with each other. It was nothing short of a colorful dream.
Carolina Hererra was all about long tail dresses with bespoke patterns of flowers and adorable polka dots. We dote on this collection as it was an amazing mix mastery of summer and spring. They based their concept on color theory and color play.
Though there were multiple and diverse other collections that were displayed in one week. We have just summarized some of our favorite looks of the New York Fashion Week, but there were several others worth applauding. Let us know which ones you liked the most and would incorporate in your personal style to OwnTheLooks. 😃