Featured photo above by Kris Atomic on Unsplash Alexandra Wang This was Alexandra Wang’s last show on the New York Fashion Week calendar. The show took place at the old Conde Nast offices in Times Square, the place where he showed his first collection. The collection featured tailored 80s style suiting, leather bodycon and trench coats. This minimalist monochrome look, with injections of hot … Continue reading New York F/W Fall Winter 2018/2019
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All the pieces of Victoria’s collection were highly desirable and wearable. Victoria said backstage “This collection shows the many powers of femininity, how delicacy can be strong.” The palette of colours were dusty rose, lilac and powder blue and vibrant red. Check shirts were worn with light pencil skirts. Oversize shirts were teamed up with wide-legged pants and boxy blazer and slim pants. The new glitter Harper slippers were a highly desirable item.
In its fifth season now, more than 50 brands showed their Spring 2018 collections. Unlike Milan and Paris, New York fashion week has become known for its eclectic mix and emphasis of brands from all over the world.
Established names showing again this year were Todd Snyder, Robert Geller and Raf Simons. But the must see’s were Willy Chavarria, Dyne, Jahnhoy, Raun Larose, You As, Death to Tennis and Grungy Gentleman. The up-and-coming brands were Krammer & Stoudt, David Hart, Bristol, Daniel Hechter, Wood House and Head of State. New to Men’s New York Fashion Week were Teddy Ondo Ella, Sanchez Kane and CH24 Los Angeles.