New York Fashion Week is a wrap and there is three more cities to go this Fashion Month. Taking a look back at the best looks that the city that never sleeps had to offer. After some high-profile name escapes to Paris, NYFW was plagues with uncertainty. Still the City showed that it could make some triumphs out of the current situation. Especially new, young and clever designers were able to deliver som extra magical power. Let’s take a look at some of the best looks.
Pictures from Vogue Runway and Elle.com
56 models walked in silence on wooden floor until the finale, which was accompanied by the French film Diva. Marcs program notes read “reimagining of seasons past somewhere beyond the urban landscape of New York City.” A visual joy of energy.
Soft, light and romantic sums up the SS 2018 collection for The Row. Known for their modern minimalistic looks, this collection came lightness; lilac colours, fluid tunic dresses and silk slips.
Michael Kors took us on vacation, specifically to the beach. Flip-flops, easy-breezy pastel colours and palm tree covered sarongs. Dreaming of my next island getaway.
Ralph invited to a show at his famed Bedford Mills, New York, garage. Sleek and Energetic!
Oscar de la Renta
The Monse duo, Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia collection was an ode to Oscar de la Renta, based on his trove of letters.
Diane von Furstenberg
Everything Jonathan Saunders does very well. A confident collection of giving DVF a fresh look.
Tom Ford does what he is the best at – Power suiting. Fucking Fabulous as his new fragrance states!
Alexander Wang invited us for a #WANGFEST party with the concept of putting models on a party bus through the city. Additionally I have to mention Kaia Gerber’s gorgeous debut at the runways of Fashion Week. With her first runway moment at Calvin Klein she set the stage for stunning things to come.