New York Fashion week A/W 15/16

New York Fashion week A/W 15/16


With New York Fashion week opening the fashion weeks for the year, we take a look at some of the trends which stood out for us...

Dark Grunge

Playing with textures and layers, black on black was a key colour direction for designers resulting in a moody-goth, dark grunge blend.
From left to right: LibertineRodebjer, Nicholas KJonathan Simkhai,
Discount UniverseHoughton


Folkloric detail

Capturing the essence of romantic patterns, designers used traditional craftsmanship and folkloric details inspired by rich culture.
From left to right: Custo BarcelonaPrabal GurungBCBG Max Azria, Honor, Gary Graham,
Josie Natori, Honor, BCBG Max Azria


Fringing

Densely lined or strategically placed, fringing gains momentum creating an alluring sense of movement.
From left to right: Issa, Tom Ford, JW Anderson, Felder Felder, Sass and Bide

Knee high socks

Making a statement with feminine or sporty looks, knee high socks can be worn with Mary Janes, Brogues or booties.
From left to right: Tracy Reese, Tanya Taylor, Tommy Hilfiger, Kye, Vivienne Tam


Lounge layers

Soft materials, long over long layers and wide silhouettes offered a luxe casual feel on the catwalk.
From left to right: BCBG Max Azria, Tess Giberson, Sally Lapointe, Tess Giberson


Peacock blues

Deep blue shades add vibrancy to the A/W 15/16 colour palette and create a shadow effect with high pile fabrics.
From left to right: Erin Fetherston, Monique Lhuillier, Lacoste, Michael Kors

Pure and Simple

Minimalism gets a modern update for A/W 15/16. The use of luxurious materials, a soft colour palette, fold details and open seams ensure a complex purity.

From left to right: Emilia Wickstead, JS Lee, Osman


Sport Sheen

Soft sheen materials, bomber jackets and overcoats are streetwear staples for this look.

From left to right: Rag and Bone, Alexander Wang, Phillip Lim


Statement colour-blocking

Colour-blocking is taken to a whole new level with vibrant, rich and saturated tones on footwear.

From left to right: Vivienne Westwood, Roksanda Ilincic, Preen by Thornton Pregazzi,
Maison Martin Margiela


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