It’s the most wonderful time of the year!
New York City, incredible street style, a week straight of fabulous runway shows.
How could anyone resist the glamour that is New York Fashion Week?
I may or may not be living vicariously through every fashion blogger, model and stylist on my Instagram feed right now because of it.
However, being miles away from the shows hasn’t stopped me from watching them and picking out some of my favourite collections for next season.
Check out my current runway report to see the shows I think are a must see:
Givenchy-varients of a clean black and white colour palette are paired with feminine lace details and flowing lines in these innovative designs that provide a fashion forward take on classic styles.
Uel Camilo-70’s inspired silhouettes are fused with a fresh Spring colour palette and a touch of metallic fabrics in these innovative looks. Tent dresses and flared pants get a makeover with modern textures and prints, the perfect sophisticated wardrobe.
Red Valentino– Sugar with a touch of spice; these daringly darling outfits bring some edge to a classic look. Little lace dresses and ribbons and bows take on a slightly harsher feel with sheer elements, deconstructed frills and cropped hemlines. Rebellious school girl vibes abound.
Tadashi Shoji– Forget what you know about evening wear and opt for this collection from Shoji. Casual accessories and prints are made into sophisticated formal numbers with an innovative twist that challenges the evening wear norms.
Self Portrait-Feminine, yet bold, this collection is for the woman who refuses to go unnoticed. Bright pops of colour and delicate fabrics bring to life intricate pairings of classic and modern designs.
Be sure to check out the official New York Fashion Week website for schedules of the shows and live streams so you can watch at home.
You could even put on a nice dress and sip some champagne to really set the mood.
Who says sitting in your living room can’t be as fabulous as front row at Givenchy?
Let me know your thoughts on the shows so far.
I’ll be back with part 2 of my runway report soon.