New York Fashion Week is widely considered one of the most important fashion events of the year. It’s the week where designers from all around the world migrate to show their collections for the upcoming Spring/Summer season. There are so many shows, and so little time. So, rather than leave you to try and catch up on each and every one, we’ve done the hard work for you, and selected our favourite shows from the week!
Thom Browne’s collection screams spring to me, and in the best way possible. Deliberate and calculated uses of colour and pattern create a collection that simply could not exist in any other season. This collection sticks with what works, without even coming close to being boring or overdone. It’s simple perfection!
Where other street style brands like Vetements and Supreme double down on the trends that pushed their aesthetic into the mainstream, Public School borrows street style elements to create pieces that are far more timeless.
This was the Gold Coast brand’s debut New York Fashion Week show, and boy did they deliver. Homebodii has taken classic principles of 40s and 50s fashion and given them a modern twist, creating timeless yet unabashedly feminine pieces that will stay hot for years to come.
Diane von Furstenberg
DVF has a contemporary sort of appeal while utilizing trends from the past few decades. Bold prints evoke the 60s and 70s, but modern shapes make for no mistaking that this collection is 100% about the present. With a new designer at the helm this season, DVF stays true to their wrap dress roots while playing around with a bit more.
Kimora Lee Simmons
The Kimora Lee Simmons collection for this season is an interesting one. It’s fun and flirty yet professional, it’s youthful yet mature; really, it’s quintessential Kimora Lee. Taking all the lessons she’s learned from her years as the designer behind Baby Phat, and all the lessons she’s learned from life since, Kimora injects youthful joy into designs for the mature woman.
There’s no denying that every show at New York Fashion Week is special in its own way. Fashion is, like all art forms, subjective. Let us know your favourite shows from the week, and if you’re looking for any further style inspiraiton or help, contact us or make a booking with one of our stylists!
Also make sure to check out the id couture Pinterest board for more inspiration as well!
By Darcy Wilson