Here’s the final installment of New York Fashion Week SS15. Overall, I’d say the regulars kept me captured but in terms of being fashion forward, there wasn’t much that excited me.
Anyway, here’s a bit about the NY collections. Marc Jacobs, I like the inspiration. The oversized look is something that personally I don’t like though. I liked the khaki and olive green outfits in the Ralph lauren collection, so unusual but with satin and embellishment it really makes the colour look rich. But the bright neon gowns looked great as well.
I typically love Anna Sui collections because of the prints and the way the colours are mixed together. This one didn’t do anything for me. Erin Fetherston is one designer I love to watch growing. This time round there isn’t anything novel about lemon yellow and lace but her silhouettes are gorgeous and I believe, universally flattering. The high waist and crop top looks very elegant.
Proenza Schouler showcased the weaved gowns which have something very high end and organic about it. I loved the black dress with the asymmetric fringe. I pretty much liked every alternate look at Bibhu Mohapatra’s show. The blush toned gowns at the end are phenomenal. Michael Kors’s collection didn’t stand out for me design wise but I love the yellow sheer skirt and the floral prints. All those colours against a basic navy looks amazing.
Undoubtedly, the two most talked about collections at NYFW were Delpozo and The Row. For me, each had it’s signature look evolving. The Row had magnificent and grand outfits while still being simple. The beauty was all in the silhouettes and how well it looked and moved. Delpozo was amazing for it’s sharp features, colours but as always, the sheer embellished gowns are what I loved the most.
Calvin Klein Collection
Rag & Bone
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