New York Fashion Week began on Wednesday, September 7th and concluded on the 15th. Now is the time for fashion lovers everywhere to take everything they saw throughout the week and magically make it appear in their own wardrobes. From luxe textures to a bounty of shimmer and shine, we’re in for a bold season ahead. Here are some of the most lovable and luxurious looks of the season.
MARCHESA Beautiful goddess design as such with a criss-cross white, cream and pastel chiffon pleated detail and ballet feathers at the bodice.
DELPOZO Josep Font’s idea of the bohemian free spirit is combined with schooling in couture and a muse for architecture.
MICHAEL KORS The spirit of the global traveler awaits with a cross body and a refined gladiator sandal.
NARCISO RODRIGUEZ Mixing slouch with structure the shirtdress is ideal – long and flowing – like an overcoat.
OSCAR DE LA RENTA Peter Copping, the current designer for Oscar De La Renta, had laid out red carnations on gold ballroom chairs with pink cushions intending to create a show designed with Oscar’s love of carnations as well as working them into the show.
OSCAR DE LA RENTA Peter Copping subtly combined the ideas of daytime casual with evening cocktail to create eyelet dresses with criss-cross halters – often paired with espadrilles – and a dressier notion of a race car shade of red.
OSCAR DE LA RENTA Folded denim skirts, tucked in and ruffled eyelets, and lacy dresses are signatures for the Oscar de la Renta creative directors.
OSCAR DE LA RENTA Each evening dress caught every dramatic eye as black lace seemed to be the common thread in either the asymmetric tiers of a halter dress or layered under strapless gowns.
RODARTE The 70s glam-rock motif was strong as Mongolian furs were thrown over Lurex dresses and slinky suits.
RODARTE The metallic aspect of the show was minorly interrupted by some more subtle looks featuring this tweed-and-suede trim little suit, which still contributed to the rocker-glam vibe with its sequined hems and glittering shoes.
VERA WANG The evening show featured feathers, fringe, and sequins as the detail to bared midriffs, negligees, slips and halter dresses.
TORY BURCH Uptown in Lincoln Center, the designer featured embroidered and natural fabrics in her Spring collection against some glitter on shorts, tunics and gowns.
TORY BURCH The embellished trim linen tunic and shorts set captivates the attention of any earthy green loving girl ready for a tan and a getaway.
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