Saturday, 28 February 2015

Fashion Week Round Up: New York A/W '15/'16

I'm a teeny tiny bit late in getting round to this, but I feel compelled to cover the fashion weeks properly for A/W '15/'16! New York fashion week ended with a bang thanks to Marc Jacobs on 19th February, and it did not disappoint. There was an overwhelming sexy/modern/working-woman vibe, accessorised by a hell of a lot of dark furs and tartan prints. Monochrome looks took over in all kinds of textures from leather to satin, and the odd splash of tangerine, royal blue or plum added zing to what was really a macabre, vamp-y sexual feel! You were either in tribe hourglass or tribe masculine, with Prabal Gurung flashing us some serious thigh, to the Olsens showing us exactly how to do androgyny. One thing is for certain, New York's winter woman means business.

I've rounded up my favourite looks from some of the collections (which was so hard as there were some shows that had it all going on and more - looking at you Zac) and I've attempted to pick looks that show off the season's vibe, summed up that collection in particular, and really said what New York wanted you to hear. Listen up.

Tommy Hilfiger celebrates 30 years with
sporty-sister-meets-Blair Waldorf vibes.

Feminine masculinity as seen at Vera Wang.

Alek Wek looking like a goddess in Zac Posen. 

Ralph Lauren makes brown look like the only colour I need. Perfection.

The Row favours masculine, simple and expensive looks.
Those girls love a velvet mule!

Oh hey, Donna Karan. *drools* 

Prabal Gurung gives us some winter sunshine.

Marc Jacobs vamps it up.

Rodarte's women are strong, sexy and sizzling.
This was one of those shows that makes you want to buy
everything, and be the woman wearing it too!

Which collections are you loving?!


Images: Vogue

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