NEW YORK FASHION WEEK HAS COME TO AN END. LOOKING BACK, WE ARE CELEBRATING THE BEST COLLECTIONS AND SHARING THE MOST PROMISING LOOKS TO COME FOR THE SPRING/SUMMER SEASON AHEAD.
The night of the show resonated with additional excitement, as Riccardo Tisci brought Givenchy to NYC and turned his show into a ritual. The collection was a mixture of soft ivory lace and heavy black gowns including a continuation of last season’s face jewels. Click here to re-applaud the full collection.
Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough went bananas for their SS16 collection. Inspired by the fruit they were thinking about textures that peel of the body and translated this idea into fashion. We saw signature feather appliqués that they have been establishing over the past collections and a truly special collection after all. Click here and see yourself.
Minimalist and abstract are the words to describe Victoria Beckham’s sophisticated yet playful line-up. For her confident wearer, she combines bold colours with carefree and flowing silhouettes. See the full collection here.
The native New Yorker staged a show that could not have been more theatrical than its Ziegfield venue. It was an hommage to movies and went all the way from punk to rockabilly to Hollywood glam to mix it all up in one look. In one night only, New York Fashion Week ended with a worthy spectacle. Click here and whisk into Marc Jacobs SS16 world.
Celebrating a decade in the business, Alexander Wang went all the way back, revisiting his designs from the past 10 years and bringing them back into the here and now. Slip dresses and his typical sportswear aesthetic provided for some quality throwback moments. Click here to see the full collection.