NYFW FW18 is just about to finish up, and as per-ush we bring to you our favorite picks this New York Fashion Week, Fall/Winter 2018.
Jason Wu complements his many sparkling swarovski crystal-studded ensembles with beautifully designed pillars that decorate the runway from end to end. These jewels were stitches to skirts, sweaters, dresses, and some even dangled on belts that wrap around his tailored jackets. And how about the vibrancy of those colors?
THE ROW - The Row goes to the mountain this season, as the Olsens took on the idea of uniforms and made it their own. That means: trenches, roll-neck sweaters, wide pants, and bathrobe coats cut and constructed to drape and fall pleasantly around the body. Still not over the Pheobe-free era we’re entering… but The Row will do!
ALEXANDER WANG - Alexander Wang showed body-con silhouettes, souped-up athleisure, spiky heels and Matrix-chic shades this season, claiming that he wanted to show that he “go[es] to work more than I party.” But with the fashion world still grieving over Phoebe Philo’s grown-up tailoring, his aesthetic stands in such contrast.@alexanderwangny
Victoria Beckham shows savvy adaptability by shifting her label’s aesthetic this season. See body-hugging jersey sheathes, tracksuits, suiting- most in shades of military drab, and a touch of avant-garde “athleticized” quirk. With the departure of Philo from the scene, Beckham’s is defo one of the closest buys.
CAROLINA HERRERA - Alas, we have come to Carolina Herrera‘s last showing. At 79, the long-time established designer bows out to a company she founded in 1980, gracefully exiting by paying homage to their signature styles from start to end. Whimsical, wild cat prints and charming florals were favored, and beaded fringes, too.@carolinaherrera
CALVIN KLEIN - Calvin Klein took the American Stock Exchange and transformed it into a barn simulation with popcorn half a foot deep, to act as backdrop to the many dystopian-themed outfits this season. Firemen jackets, Mylar survival blankets turned open-backed dresses, thigh-high rubber hazmat boots, and hand-knit balaclavas. Fire?
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