All posts tagged "fashion week"
Altuzarra Spring/Summer 2017
Naughty but nice! This season, Joseph Altuzarra drew inspo from David Lynch’s Wild at Heart, and the season’s dominant python print came courtesy of Nicolas Cage’s character, an ex-con whose girlfriend gave him a snakeskin coat upon his release from prison.
Tome Spring/Summer 2017
Tome’s Ryan Lobo and Ramon Martin sent checks, wide stripes, pinstripes, and plaid of all sizes down the runway this season—consider it a lesson in geometry. It’s famously always been about shirting for the duo, and their Spring ’17 collection offered plenty of options in ultra feminine silhouettes. The collection was inspired by the artwork of Bridget Riley—which popped up in the
DVF Spring/Summer 2017
Jonathan Saunders made a stellar debut with his first collection for Diane von Furstenberg and immediately upped the ante for the brand. How exciting to see great design that looks much more expensive than it’s actual price tag. A woman can’t ask for much more than that, really. There were chic furs, standout outerwear, and
Jonathan Simkhai Spring/Summer 2017
Bodycon enthusiast Jonathan Simkhai aspired to take a more relaxed approach for Spring 2017, at least in terms of fit. Though many pieces were hyper-embroidered, silhouettes were flowy, ruffles were deconstructed, necklines plunged, and lace and silk separates in creams and whites dominated.
Dion Lee Spring/Summer 2017
“Tailored silhouettes are something I’ve always focused on within my collections,” said Dion Lee at the home of Nick Minchin, Australian Consul-General, where he was celebrating the launch of SUIT, a separate 10-piece tailored suiting collection created by Lee in partnership with Woolmark. You will find that collection, available this Fall, at Net-A-Porter. In his own namesake collection,
Christian Siriano Spring/Summer 2017
Christian Siriano presented one of the most inclusive runways this season, an approach that keeps his fans coming back.
Tibi Spring/Summer 2017
Amy Smilovic‘s off-the-shoulder tops at Tibi have been a gift that keeps on giving. Season after season they’ve become a staple for both the brand and the women that love them. This season, Smilovic debuted new silhouettes that are sure to brand icons: Tops with voluminous sleeves that came in bell shapes or blouson style or with
Hood by Air Spring/Summer 2017
Shayne Oliver, our offer to take you to lunch still stands. If we learned anything from your recent New Yorker treatment, it’s that the Hood By Air collective does things entirely on their own terms. Enter the seasonal sponsor, PornHub! To HBA’s credit, the Hustler and Wench shirts were witty interpretations of the theme, although
Rebecca Minkoff Fall 2016
See now, buy now. We know, you've already heard enough of the phrase to last a lifetime. But it is fun to head over to a designer's e-comm site to shop the collection moments after it's revealed. This is Rebecca Minkoff's second collection in the new retail/show model, and the designer perfectly understands her millennial clientele.
Alexander Wang Spring/Summer 2017
In a world of Insta-gratification, where one technically speaking no longer needs to attend a show or visit a store to get a first glimpse at clothing, it’s the experience surrounding the clothes in retail and on the runway that now captures everyone’s attention, builds the brand story, and “sells” the image. Alexander Wang (like