Reem Acra Fall/Winter 2016
Highlights from the Reem Acra Fall/Winter 2016 collection.
Thom Browne Fall/Winter 2016
Highlights from the Thom Browne Fall/Winter 2016 collection.
Maiyet Fall/Winter 2016
A year into his role as creative director of Maiyet, Declan Kearney is already feeling at home. To celebrate the sentiment, he took inspiration for his fall collection from the photography of Carlo Mollino (partially nude women lounging mostly in their abodes). “This season I feel like it’s a personal thing and it feels like home,” said Kearney.
3.1. Phillip Lim Fall/Winter 2016
Highlights from the 3.1. Phillip Lim Fall/Winter 2016 collection.
Tommy Hilfiger Fall/Winter 2016
All aboard the S.S. contrarian! Tommy Hilfiger went nautical for fall, turning the Park Avenue Armory into a ship-shape spectacular and injecting some feel-good fashion into a season of ultra-serious clothes. Stripes, an anchor-tastic print, sparkly collars, and the occasional tiara made for a winning formula. Of the many riffs on the sailor suit, the
Carolina Herrera Fall/Winter 2016
The Frick Collection was the ideal setting for Carolina Herrera’s richly-textured take on Fall. (Austerity is not Herrera’s thing, thank heavens.) The show was so polished and pristine that if you walked out of the place with the unshakable urge to ditch your denim and retouch your lipstick, you’re not alone. A seafoam green ruffled
Edun Fall/Winter 2016
Danielle Sherman’s designs for Edun took a fresh, feminine take this season, perhaps partly due to the newness that comes with motherhood (she showed off her 7-week-old daughter on the runway after presenting her fall ’16 collection). She took cues from photographer Sharon Beal’s images of bird nests, introducing feminine dresses and separates, which she constructed from bits and pieces of contrasting materials—velour,
Prabal Gurung Fall/Winter 2016
Memo to all European luxury conglomerates looking for a new creative director: Prabal Gurung is up for the job. Between the furs, embellishments, knits, appliqués, silks, and meticulously detailed patterns, this collection had something singular for everyone (provided their pockets are deep). We are going to go ahead and surmise that this was a very
Opening Ceremony Fall/Winter 2016
“We were really inspired by this artist named Syd Mead. He designed the cityscapes for Blade Runner, Tron, and Aliens,” said Carol Lim post-show at Opening Ceremony. “He was the beginning inspiration point on this idea of what the future would look like. That’s what informed the basis of the collection.” It was a conversation Humberto Leon
Jonathan Simkhai Fall/Winter 2016
Highlights from the Jonathan Simkhai Fall/Winter 2016 collection.