What a whirlwind these past two weeks have been! So many amazing looks, fantastic shows, and Fall 2016 trends! LCNY had a busy few weeks attending shows and updating you all in on our Instagram (@laurencecchi). Some shows were just too good to pass up, and we just NEED to fill you in on our best of the best.
First and foremost, Tanya Taylor’s FW16 collection was filled with florals and fabulousness. Lauren has been following her career since 2012 so we always love to see what she creates! From long and flowing dresses, to structured leather jackets; every style was pure genius. What could be better than sequins, transparent dresses, bombers, and fur? We wanted it all!
Our next designer, Marissa Webb, was one of our forecasted favorites. She didn’t disappoint. The entire collection had an elegant, yet edgy look. Turtlenecks, posh outerwear, and the mix of brights, neutrals and plaids made her collection very wearable for the everyday woman. We love Marissa but had to hurry to Kanye’s show!
Yeezy was another predicted show that was meant to have a huge turnout. The hype around this show by Kayne West was major. Not only did the public have access to the show, but Yeezy himself made it an album release party, as well as a fashion presentation. Unfortunately, it was more about The Life of Pablo instead of his Adidas collection but hey we didn’t mind the free concert!
Last, but not least, Nicholas K. We will end with this collection last because the designers always kick off the official NYFW! Monochromatic looks, using velvet, wool, satin and leather, made yet another unique collection come to life. They were set against the models vampy lips, adding a dark and mysterious element. His line is badass!
We wish that we could repeat the insanity that is fashion week every week. We also saw some other amazing shows like Vera Wang, Sally LaPointe, Anna Sui and Chromat. We’re just going to have to wait until fall to get our hands on these duds. We think it’s well worth the wait!
Yours in Style,
Lauren Cecchi New York Team
post in : Alex Riba