New York Fashion Week day 5.

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Carolina Herrera: a more darker version of the lady-like Carolina Herrera woman. Love how she mixed feminine lines and flat shoes. Pleated chiffon, lace, vichy prints, iridescent brocades and above all DENIM!

Jeremy Scott: I’m not the biggest fan of Jeremy. I find this collection a little confused (it seems to see old collections mixed together) and “worn out”. That said, I appreciate the jackets and coats (especially the leather ones). Now, we need to wait for the Moschino show.

Proenza Schouler: cut-outs, volumes, asymmetries, layering, “color blocking” and statement earrings for a very modern collection that can dress women of different ages.

Oscar de la Renta: a collection designed by the studio team that started to renovate the brand and put some youthfulness in this new era of the house. The collection started with white “sort of colonial” dresses (and safari suits) with some latin accents. Of course there are frills that remind us of the Dominican roots of Oscar. There are also the “classic” gowns but with a more youthful, romantic and glamorous attitude. Lots of off-the-shoulders dresses and different lengths. The complete cast of models wore flat sandals.

DKNY: a very “futuristic reality” collection for the duo who has recently taken over. There are all the DKNY signatures: pinstripe and athleisure above all. But this is a completely new era, there is a more urban vibe, new volumes (those oversized blazer reminds me of the last Jacquemus collection but with a more metropolitan twist), raw hems, never-ending sleeves and high waistline enhanced by belts and modern bustiers. You can clearly see that street-style influence.

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