The fashion carousel is ON again! And, with it, my daily instant crushes for some little pretty details saw on the catwalk. This week I fell in love with delicate lace, I have noticed the strong and bold colours at New York Fashion Week, I did my “to-shop” list with some never get out of fashion oversized and cosy sweaters. Therefore, for the Fall/Winter 2016 season, I will have this in my mind… (Pictured above: 3.1 Phillip Lim, Tommy Hilfiger)
Tommy Hilfiger showed us a sea world: stripes on the blouses, blue military style blazers, flirty silk gown painted with nautical symbols, navy blue A-line dresses. And the catwalk ship was lead by the dear of the fashion shows, Gigi Hadid.
I didn’t think I will ever like the combo of two items with the (almost) pattern. But 3.1 Phillip Lim collection for Fall/Winter 2016 convinced me that I should give checked pattern a chance.
As every season, Oscar de la Renta made me sob with the Peter Pan meets Marie Antoinette mix. Collars and taffeta, lace and wool: the designer Peter Copping juxtaposed high-tech sportif fabrics with 18th-century-inspired ones, as a strapless bustier in stretch wool with the snap of a bathing suit accompanied by a ball skirt or a transparent black lace.
Forget about grey and black and beige for autumn: the block colors are back. And in the Tory Burch collection are vivid as ever. Big spots of color and a cool attitude.
The sweater presented by Narciso Rodriguez paired with a perfect cut asymetrical silk skirt is perfect for a casual night out. Loved it!
Coach 1941 redefined the age of American sportswear items. For Fall 2016, the British designer Stuart Vevers took that bohemian spirit back to school, in some Ivy League college. I don’t say that I will wear the entire outfit in the way the designer sent it to the catwalk. But for sure I want a college jacket so bad…
An interesting presence: Beaufille. The designers, Chloé and Parris Gordon are at their first presence on the stage of New York Fashion Week. But I was enchanted by the clean cutsand the details.
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