NYFW SS16: The Final Days.

NYFW SS16: The Final Days.

Keeping up with all of the shows has been rather exciting via Instagram and Snapchat, but slightly lax on the blog in relation to my 4 posts a week! But in this post I want to round up the final days of the shows from Sunday to today! And as always I will be sharing thoughts on my favourite brands and designers shows that were rather spectacular with a dash of my favourites in the personal style category later in the week. Brace yourselves, this could be a long one.

Day 4.

victoria beckham

Victoria Beckham

public school

Public School

A complete fashion icon of mine for as long as I can remember has been Victoria Beckham, and when her collection launched I was in love! The simplistic silhouettes and gorgeous hues of her personal style corresponds with her collection and her show made it a win win for my ultimate minimal wardrobe coming SS16. Followed sweetly by Public School, who surprisingly I really enjoyed. In previous collections, their style has been very experimental in terms of colours and textures but the futuristic materials and cuts made it a possibility to be worn on the streets outside of the catwalk. I find that can be the hard part for translating the catwalk to the side street, but both VB and Public School made it very easy to translate, roll on ss16.



prabal gurung

Prabal Gurung.

Later in the day saw the inspiring shows of DVF and Opening Ceremony, but designs that blew me away was Edun and her take on fringing and modernity combined, it was muting down the effect on fringing with the traditional silhouette, pushing both the collection and brand into a modern age for SS16. Similarly, Prabal Gurung and his take on colour and texture in a modest and conventional way yet still breaking the boundaries of the ‘traditional’ silhouette.

Day 5.

carolina h

Carolina Herrera

rag and bone

Rag & Bone.

A designer more on the softer side of NYFW, has to be Carolina Herrera, the soft and delicate hues yet strong sophisticate silhouettes allows for colour to be incorporated into the wardrobe! I am completely convinced that colour can be brought into a wardrobe. A show that I was completely in love with purely for the unique route taken was Tommy Hilfiger and his Island vibes take on SS16, even though his outlook wouldn’t really be an addition to the wardrobe I truly admire the inspiration and homely routes of design. Completely contrasting in terms of design was the Rag & Bone show, the monochrome details and colour story was definitely up my street for wardrobe inspiration but it was the texture, materials and silhouette of the clothing that truly made it magical and rather futuristic.

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