New York kick starts the fashion frenzy with diversity and new age looks. Our favourite looks from the runway can be encapsulated traversed a wide range of time periods. From Tom Ford sleek lines and futuristic cuts and 90s influence to V Files outlandish modern and futuristic looks that take elements of racing style to romantic and delicate florals produced by Brock collection. We are breaking down our top NYFW looks this season.
Starting off with Calvin Klein which took a look back to the American 50s with large full skirts and the 70s with patchwork jakets. The collection said to be inspired by American beauty and horror was just that. it was an explosion of color and shapes not expected from Calvin Klien.
Desigual took a different direction one that involved an array of models of all backgrounds dancing and truly put on a show. A theatrical performance that took cultural inspiration from all over the globe.
Another favourite were the looks by Kith. Kith is a sports lux brand spearheaded by new creative director Emily Oberg. The looks were on trend with sporty yet edgy looks. This has been a style that has dominated the fashion scene for quite some time, both wearable and fashionable.
Jeremy Scott has been a brand and designer that has consistently stuck with an aesthetic that can be wrapped up in one word; fun. This seasons collection featured the usual bright colours, large t-shirts, and fall staples like over the knee boots, snake print, and camo. The brand that plays with the idea of cliche, and kitchy was brought exactly what was expected.
The world of fashion is experiencing a shift, one that has revoked the idea of one size and image of beauty. Chromat displayed this with their denim filled collection that used some of the most diverse models. Proving that sexy comes in many sizes.
Frida Khalo one of the greatest female painters served as inspiration for Cushnie et Ochs latest collection. This can be felt in the delicate flower motif, the colour palette and the hispanic feel that accompanies each piece.