Rodarte Spring 2016
Outerwear, anyone? Mongolian lamb coats are Rodarte’s hottest offering, so fingers crossed-ish for a cool spring. The rest of the ’70s fare was familiar territory—but it’s OK to invest in this trend now, because it isn’t going anywhere.
Tory Burch Spring 2016
In true fashion week tradition, Tory Burch showed her spring/summer 2016 collection at Lincoln Center, this season creating a beachy and whimsical vibe on the runway. Like with her fall collection, it seems she pulled inspiration from a Moroccan aesthetic (and perhaps she spent some extra time at her new Parisian flagship store). Her classic
Rag & Bone Spring 2016
The 90’s raver meets hip-hop trend is becoming a thing for the downtown minded designers this season. Rag & Bone took it really downtown by ferrying everyone over to St. Ann’s warehouse in Dumbo at 9 PM last night. However, the majority of the crowd opted for car services. The location, however, did not stop
Zac Posen Spring 2016
“I know it’s going to be grand, and feminine, and beautiful,” Christina Hendricks predicted before the start of Zac Posen’s grand runway show at Grand Central yesterday. “So, I’m ready to be surprised by everything.” Last seasons collection, which came complete with a surprise appearance from Naomi Campbell who closed the show in a massive
Thom Browne Spring 2016
The all looks from the Thom Browne Spring 2016 collection.
Maiyet Spring 2016
All the looks from the Maiyet Spring 2016 collection.
Jeremy Scott Spring 2016
All the looks from the Jeremy Scott Spring 2016 collection.
Academy of Art University Spring 2016
All the looks from the Academy Of Art University Spring 2016 Collections.
Tommy Hilfiger Spring 2016
That ’70s trend took an island turn chez Tommy, to delicious effect. Inspired by his beloved Caribbean (especially Mustique, whose storied bartender, Basil, set up shop in the middle of the runway), Hilfiger sent out a colorful mash-up of textures, colors, and concepts. With so many offerings on display, even the most crochet-averse fashionettes will
Opening Ceremony Spring 2016
Opening Ceremony’s Spring 2016 collection took place in a vast building on 23 Wall Street and was decorated with two rows deep of wooden chairs with a plethora of plants filling the room, which were to be replanted at four schools around the city as part of the Edible Schoolyard NYC program. To that end, Bonsai