NYFW ROUNDUP

by

Remi Betesh

Here we go again - it’s fashion month! Starting with the ever so busy and fabulous New York Fashion Week! Check out some of our favourite looks from some of our favourite designers!


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Oscar De La Renta - ANYWHERE, ANYTIME

A collection that could really take you anywhere and to any occasion. Laura and Fernando have done an excellent job at keeping Mr. De La Renta’s spirit alive in this collection (think luxe fur’s with crystal embellishment and detailed couture dresses), but they have expanded ODR to be more than just beautiful clothing to completely wearable clothing using rich colours, patterns and textures and that’s something we hope continues!



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Tom Ford CLIMATE CHANGE

It was all about the trousers at Tom Ford's show this season. We saw trousers in silks and leathers and many other fabulous materials and colours. Tom Ford himself said the climate change has definitely influenced his collection - he's sick of looking at harsh clothing and just wants to see beautiful soft looking pieces. And beautiful they certainly are!


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Brock Collection - AN UNSTRUCTURED INTRODUCTION

Brock collection certainly stuck to their classic style with lace and floral prints, but adding in darker hues for fall. Each season Brock Collection shows us antique looking items, with slight changes from season to season. This particular collection the brand introduced tweed looks with less shape than their usual dresses.


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The Row - TREND SETTING

If there is anyone that we could single out to define what we can call trend setters - it’s the Olsen Twins. From the TV days of tween fashion to becoming one the coolest women’s brand, they can do no wrong. With a neutral palette throughout the collection, and clean lines we already foresee some major trends for fall. Que the singed waisted coat, collarless coats with turtleneck detailing and we all have our eyes on their new 'barely there' sheer shoes.


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Michael Kors - COPACABANA

Michael Kors proved music and passion are always in fashion at their fall 2019 show. With a 70''s inspired collection based on the famous history of Studio 54, we saw tons of feathers, sequins, big hair and loud prints. The show closed out with a performance from Barry Manilow singing his famous ‘Copacabana', making it the most fun fashion show in history for both it's guests and models alike.