The New York Fashion Week has drawn to yet another successful close. We saw a plethora of colours, prints, fabrics, styles and silhouettes which hit the NYFW runway within the span of seven days. The best part is that all these edgy trends and styles came just in time when our wardrobe needed that much-awaited jump-start. It offers a mix of styling tricks that can be fashioned out of things already in your closet (like head-to-toe monochrome and double bags) and statement pieces you might want to think about investing in (feather and fleece jackets). Take a look at these top favourite fashion trends you’ll be spotting all over the block this season.
From Tom Ford’s velvet and silk combo to the Row’s minimalist options to Vaquera’s bashing oversize blazers, tailoring skills are set for an absolute revamp seasons to come. Michael Kors revved up a sparkling offering which boasted of flared trousers and a fitted jacket which is perfect to channel the chic boss lady in you. On the other hand, Marc Jacobs put a playful twist on the plaid patterns which have been gaining popularity quiet recently. The conventional tweed fabric is given some rest and replaced by satin, velvet and silk.
1.The Row, 2.Marc Jacobs, 3.Vanquera, 4.Tom Ford (Image source: Instagram)
Bella Hadid gliding down the ramp in a Ralph Lauren goddess-worthy gold, pleated gown was definitely one of the best moments of the fashion week, hands down! Similar glossy hues lit up the runway with swathes of sequins and shimmer. Meanwhile, Michael Kors presented silver and bronze tones, brining in a nostalgic mood, on flapper-like dresses and 1970s-inspired patchwork coats.
1. Ralph Lauren, 2. Michael Kors, 3. Badgley Mischka (Image source: Instagram)
With most of the luxury brands going fur-free, seems fashion is turning to feathers. Colourful, fancy and glam-packed feathered pieces took over the NYFW runways by storm. Prabal Gurung and Cushnie paraded colourful feather statement coats, whereas Oscar de la Renta, Michael Kors and Marc Jacobs turned the piece into a exuberant evening essential. For those who are interested in keeping it low-key, Dion Lee presented a more subtle take on the trend down the ramp on a delicate white turtleneck.
1. Marc Jcobs, 2.Prabal Gurang, 3.Oscar de le Renta (Image source: Instagram)
Out of all those magnificent hues that reigned the runway, one colour definitely stood out, i.e. purple. From shades of lavender to deep eggplant hues, the hue purple was a source of inspiration for a long list of designers. From rich wine-coloured silks at Cushnie to more electric bluish-purple gowns at Christian Siriano to lavender fur at Tom Ford, it’s clear that this color will be popping up in plenty of different hues come fall.
1.Tom Ford, 2.Kate Spade NYChristian Siriano, 3.Christian Siriano, 4.Tom Ford (Image source: Instagram)
Tie and dye:
The tie and dye trend began last season at the Spring Summer Collection and looks like it is not slowing season to come. While designers like Area and Prabal Gurung opted for super-bright iterations. Labels like John Elliot and No Sesso opted for more subdued colorways.
1.Prabal Gurang, 2.Area, 3. No Sesso (Image source: Instagram)
Which one of these would you be trying out? Comment below and let us know.