The only thing faster than a New York minute?
New York fashion week.
Thursday marked the last day of the glamorous event, but here on the blog we’re reliving it for just a little bit longer.
Check out part 2 of my runway recap to see my favourite shows from the second half:
Carolina Herrera– Demure, classic, soft and sweet: this collection has it all. The typical femine asthetic is kicked up a notich with the addition of feathers, applique and sheer elements.
Diane Von Furtsenberg– A bubbly collection of colour and print, these DVF looks were as fun as they were bold. Frilly little dresses met perfectly tailored suits that reflected the versatility of a DVF woman.
Rodarte– Texture was prominent in this collection as pieces were layered to create edgy looks that were full of depth. A muted colour palette kept things moody and mysterious.
Coach– 70’s style was definetly evident in this collection with floral prints, neck scarves and lots of colour. Texture was added with the use of suede, leather and corduroy, sure to be some of the biggest trends next season.
Tommy Hilfiger– Island vibes were inspiration as this designer paired bright Caribbean prints with the label’s classic colour palette. The models looked ready to transition from work to the beach, while some of them showcased full on swimsuits, cover ups and outfits fit for the boardwalk.
Until next season NYC!
Up next: London, England.
The looks have already started hitting the runway and there’s a few collections that have already caught my eye.
Watch live at the official London Fashion Week website and check back here for part 1 of my LFW runway recap soon!
*Photos courtesy of vogue.com