And the next New York Fashion Week (at which I was not invited) is over. Fashion from Art scraped through all the runway reports to pick up the Top 10. Why each show was important? interesting? surprising? Read the titles.
Childish colorful tights, mismatched dresses, make-up games typical for little girls. Jeremy Scott loves to exaggerate and this is why we love him.
OSCAR DE LA RENTA
Yes, the dresses were amazing, but who could be surprised? It's Oscar de la Renta! This time the most important issue about the show is Peter Copping and his debut as the fashion houses's new creative director.
Mulleavy sisters claim that the collection was inspired by...birds. Sequins, half-shoulder dresses, fabrics and shapes typical for the 80's and Bee Gees as a soundtrack make it clear that we should never ever trust them when they are start talking about mood boards.
Jacob's collection is a tribute to Diana Vreeland - the legendary and eccentric editor in chef of american Vogue - and this fact can be easily remarked in almost every look.
The shocking (as always) collection for Fall 2015 was inspired by Death Becomes Her, the Met Museum's exhibition of mourning clothes from the 19th century. The all-black looks connote the mouring easily, but take a better look at the group in white. Can you see the wings? Gives food for thought...
The Naomi Campbell
Most of Posen's designs are noteworthy, but there's no doubt that the last look - the one worn by Naomi Campbell who closed the show with the designer himself - knocked the socks off.
Hilfiger always plays sporty when designing his collections, but this time this tendency was literal. Models appeared on a runway changed into a playing field. Btw, the show was also a celebration of the brand's 30th anniversary. Happy Birthday!
This designer is crazy in every positive way possible. This time she watched the series The Vikings, fell in love with it and let it inspire her designs.
Stylish returns are always in vogue. Chapman's and Craig's collection shows that drawing inspiration from the Roaring Twenties gets off most of the time no matter how many times it was done.
photo credits: style.com
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