New York Fashion Week day 5.
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The Row: the cleanest of them all. A palette made up of white, black, cream and red. Terrific coats for a non-boring business collection that suits women of every age. Once again, mannish vibe.
Oscar de la Renta: a completely different Oscar. That known variety of gowns? Disappeared. There are slickest cuts and lines. We are in a new era? Vibrant colors are here to stay but they are not the same as usual. Some pieces are really really cool while others don’t seem to be Oscar de la Renta creations. Let’s wait for another collection. The Monse duo (who previously worked with Mr. de la Renta) probably need to find its way!
Monse: an ode to the shirt. Ruffles and clean suits made the runway along with velvet, leather and sequins. A more cohesive collection than the one they created for Oscar de la Renta.
Proenza Schouler: goes graphic and deconstructed. The logo of the brand appears. Outerwear was one of the most successful aspects of the show. Take a look at the leather pieces. Layering is another trend here to stay. Sexy without showing too much.
3.1 Phillip Lim: a collection made for #girlpower. Sophisticated and simple like a work of art. Thumbs up for the pink overload and for those baggy pants, comfy doesn’t mean sloppy. Thanks god for Lim!
P.S: check Zadig&Voltaire, the show was full of interesting, extremely wearable ideas!
What do you think about day 5? Tell me more about your fave shows and looks! Share your thoughts in the comments below.