The "dot" collection. Marc once again was right on the track, spotting every trend, making a special emphaze on dots. Pencil skirts above the knee were also present throught the show. Fabrics with a lot of detailing, botties and botton shirts.
Alice+Olivia presented a collection for fall with, my favorite item at the moment, wide pants, sparkling fabrics and a retro feel to it.
For next fall's collection Carlos had a lot oflong lengths with draping and accentuaded waist. A nice detail were the duchesse hoods.
A collection for a classic woman was once again offered by Carolina Herrera for next fall. A lot of fur detailing in a neutral pallet. Great warm coats and some sparkling dazling gowns.
A beautiful flowy collection in a grey-neutral pallet, amazing coats and drapping details. Also, with one of obvious trends throught this NY fashion week, the hoods in a very simple flowy fabric.
This collection had a bohemian fell to it, there were some great pieces that I really liked like the one's I posted above. Great hats and little details.
A simple yet chic collection with a very simple color pallet and a very easy to wear collection.
I've always loved their style but that doens't always translate in to good designing ideas. But certainly the Olsen twins did translate their style into the runway pretty well. Some really good strong pieces, a lot of fur in and fur in ways not common and especially in unusual proportions. This collection was very hand in hand with menswear and vintage.
Wide pants, short hot pants paired with blaizers, plaid oversized shirts and transparencies were all visible trends in Theory's show.
A collection made in a basic color pallet, some beautiful simple pieces in this show.
Assymmetries made in earthy and dark colors, leather and some beautiful detailings, like the fringe bracelets and the hairy necklaces.
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