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Fashion and the (New York) City

September 15th, 2016 / by / in: Cool things / No responses

A lot (but a lot) of white outfits seen on New York Fashion Week catwalks made me think already at the next summer. The trends for Spring/Summer 2017 are quite my piece of cake: pleats, white over white, asymmetric cuts, loose shirts and a bit of strong colour in some sporty combos. Here are the 10 looks I loved at NYFW this week. (Photo up: Jeremy Scott) 

Pleats, pretty please: I saw them on Proenza Schouler catwalk in an origami style, I noticed them in Zac Posen skirts and Jason Wu metallic dresses and in Rag and Bone outfits. “We took the signatures of our gowns, in terms of anatomical seaming, and brought that into more day looks. Taking it to motorbike pants, the moto jackets, and so on,” Zac Posen said at New York Fashion Week.

New York Fashion Week Jason Wu

Jason Wu

New York Fashion Week Proenza Schouler

Proenza Schouler

New York Fashion Week Rag & Bone

Rag & Bone

Colour in the city at New York Fashion Week. For this summer, after so many seasons in neutrals, Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez from Proenza Schouler brought colours on stage. As well as Victoria Beckham, who gave up the idea of a very polished look and tried something very loose and cool, with accents of bright colours. Jeremy Scott remembered the 80s, with their neon shades and plastic accessories, while Naeem Khan played with patterns and some bold red & black stripes for a hot summer.

New York Fashion Week Naeem Khan

Naeem Khan

New York Fashion Week Narciso Rodriguez

Narciso Rodriguez

New York Fashion Week Victoria Beckham

Victoria Beckham

And the white… If I have to choose one particular outfit, that would be the all white Del Pozo one. But I wouldn’t say “no” to Narciso Rodriguez oversized coat in black and grey or to the gorgeous blue and white floral skirt seen at Michael Kors.

Delpozo

Delpozo

New York Fashion Week Michael Kors

Michael Kors

New York Fashion Week Zac Posen

Zac Posen

Photography: Facebook pages of brands

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