What I loved during NYFW....
Rag & Bone
Black and white
Orange lips and wet hair
Black & White block / Leather
Drape, layering and transparency
Safari, daisies, and white structure with lamé gold
I love Suno's graphics, colors and structure.
The Row ( Olsen sisters)
Here my two favorite looks, extremely different.
You can see The Row Spring/Summer girl in the city, and then, in sienna tones, a more cool look, for spring days and walks...
I think the main problem is : I like almost everything Olivier Theykens does...
Here the spirit of the collection lays on the layering, neutral colors, the shirt, and as you will see later, this fashion week celebrates the revival for the mid-length... and of... the bermuda shorts ??? What? Ok, I know what you are thinking. But maybe Victoria Beckam will convince you as she did for me...
I love this interpretation of layering by Olivier Theykens.
White at the top (a structured blazer or shirt), black at the bottom and... the yellow or green detail which makes the difference!
The oversize green knit
Shape, sharp structure, Black and White, Transparency.
Burgundy fitted dresses
Victoria says it herself " 'It’s boy meets girl, with a feminine wave running throughout.'"
And then you finally meet... these trousers which made a strong showing, in loose, below-the-knee versions. Bermudas revival? Even Victoria wears it at the end of the show...
Androgynous black & white, and the turtleneck (an idea for this winter...!)
Victoria are you convincing me?
And finally, Victoria By Victoria Beckam, her second line.
Soooo Sixties. The shapes, the dresses, the colors and the graphics. I'm into it.
Last but not least, the so colorful J.Crew. Jenna Lyons, creative director, embodies joy in her clothes.
Shorty shorts, peplum skirts, bright colors (that orange!), and again some safari spirit.
The J.crew girl is colorful, dares to mix different prints, sporty and feminine at the same time.
And again....... we meet again this bermuda !
As you can see, the main trends are divided on one hand, a very minimalist black & white associated to structured clothes, the layering, prints and colors from the sixties and this new type of length for the bottom...