STYLE REPORT: New York Fashion Week 2017
The recently wrapped up New York Fashion Week Fall 2017 highlighted what America is currently going through. The change of government administration was clearly incorporated with the collections of most celebrated fashion houses, and new generation of young designers.
From variety of races and sizes of models gracing runways (Gypsy Sport, Michael Kors), expression of various political statements (Prabal Gurang, Public School), and fashion houses incorporating cultures (Marc Jacob’s take on Hip Hop)and moving on to international market (Proenza Schouler’s move to Paris), America is still the land of opportunities, immigrants and philosophies.
And from there, the Art we call Fashion can still be expressed with the key trends from various collections.
So here are our favourite picks:
A great way to approach this year’s fall season is appreciating the natural vibe it gives by wearing neutrals. Doesn’t mean you have to look bland though. Take a cue from these naturally beautiful pieces!
Brock Collection, Khaite, M.Patmos, Nichols K., Rhie, Ryan Roche, The Row, Thomas Maier
If you rather take the cheerful road, opt to incorporate an enhanced colour of a neutral shade and go for a muted or bold yellow gold. Either way this will add life to the fall season later this year. Be inspired!
Altuzarra, Erin Fetherson, Jason Wu, Marissa Webb, Monique Lhuillier, Racquel Allegra, Veronica Beard
One thing we love about cool weather is layering and using materials that will keep us warm all day long. Corduroys, Suede, Velvet and Silk are materials that work well with the low temperature weather. Be sure to check out these designs and inspiration for your day to evening outfits.
Altuzarra, Christian Siriano, Ji Oh, Rachel Comey, Thom Browne, Tomas Maier, Veronica Beard
Laid back Plaid
These particular print graced various runway and been used for dresses, suit and pants and tailored coats with snow/rain proof material overlay. Take these pieces and incorporate them in your fall wardrobe.
Calvin Klein, Jenny Packham, Marc Jacobs, Public School, Rachel Antonoff, Racquel Alegra, Yezzy
Blue is the warmest colour
Green maybe the Pantone colour of the year, but there’s something about Blue –in various hues and shades- that works well in an autumn/winter background. Check out these designs!
Alejandra Alonso Rojas,Dion Lee, Haus Alkire, Jenny Packham, Tadashi Shoji, Veronica Beard, Yeezy
In with the Prints
The 70s vibe is still a highlight feature for most fall season collection. Imagine arriving in an event, taking off your trench coat and revealing a customized floral printed maxi dress… you will definitely be the winner in winter. Be inspired by these interpretations of this trend.
Alice + Olivia, Altuzarra, Coach 1941, Monique Lhuillier, Rhie, Trina Turk, ZAC Zac Posen
But if you’re someone a bit more relaxed and carefree, a splash of colour in this cold weather will elevate the happy hormones for sure. Take these designs into consideration for your next wardrobe update in time for fall season.
3.1 Phillip Lim, Calvin Klein, Katie Gallagher, Oscar Dela Renta, Tomas Maier