Best of New York Fashion Week
AND JUST LIKE THAT, NEW YORK FASHION WEEK IS OVER AGAIN.
The past days we guided you through the first week of Fashion month, updated you with instant show coverage and the best street styles from the Big Apple. Now it is time to highlight the best of the best; here is our top selection from New York’s Fall/Winter 2016 shows.
Marc Jacobs has always had a thing for experimenting with volume and embellishments. For his Fall 2016 collection, he did not shy away from it either. The question was how to present a continuation of the previous season by introducing something totally new. Click here and persuade yourself.
It seems that Joseph Altuzarra drew up his collection based on western bohemia observed through a graphic lense. Fringes meshed up with graphical prints would not always work, but for the New York based designer it turned out to give depth to his Fall/Winter 2016 line-up. Click here and see the show unleash.
The former Spice girl looked at her own wardrobe to rework it for Fall 2016. Revisiting the time when she wore corsets in the 90’s, she made these staples daytime ready. Taking a look back at her lines, we must say that they have evolved intensely (have we ever dreamt about wearing VB flats?) But one thing is sure; the body skimming silhouettes will remain. Click here and see yourself.
Marking their 10th anniversary, Laura and Kate Mulleavy once again created a fantasia world in an Alexandre de Betak neon lit surrounding. Artful embellishments, lace gowns and above all the mesh-up underlined the romance that Rodarte collections bring with it for a decade now. Enjoy the collection right here
Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough presented their Fall Line in the new building of the Whitney Museum of American Art. Continuing to draw up the new outing on deconstructive tailoring and technical knits the duo concentrated on control and release. Clothes had cut outs, were opened and fastened back together. As we already mentioned: it was redundant to talk about art while at the museum. Click here and see yourself!
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