NYC Fashion Week Posted on 16 Sep 10:00 , 0 comments
It's finally arrived, FASHION WEEK!! and here in TWO THREE HQ we spent endless nights live streaming the shows.
It started its first leg of the tour in New York and my oh my were we in fashion heaven.
We saw designers from Zimmerman, Victoria Beckham, Micheal Kors, and The Row (only to name a few) spring/summer 18 collection and we are counting down the days to wear them. (it must be summer spring/summer somewhere right?)
Here are our fav styles from the Runways.
Nicky Zimmermann went back to her roots for Spring 2018, When she began to design this season, Zimmermann revisited the Gold Coast in her home country of Australia. She looked at photography of the beachside suburb taken during the ’60s and ’70s. The inspiration was clear in the majority of the hippie-ish clothes. Think flower-power chicks and boho surfer babes, though sexed up with the core.
Victoria Beckham talked about femininity. “Delicacy can be strong,” she said. It’s an idea that’s taking hold this New York season, with transparencies and soft colors emerging as key trends, this was clearly shown in this her s/s 18 collection.
Supermodels and supercars. Not a hetero man’s fantasy, but Ralph Lauren’s September 2017 show held out of the city in the designer’s garage. As you do. Ralph loves cars. Hence why he has a garage large enough to accommodate his collection of supercars and the world’s fashion press.
Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen have built a thriving business on all things soft and dulcet at The Row: the loftiest cashmeres, mink-lined shoes. For Spring, they reinvested in that strategy, hosting a breakfast presentation in the quiet, soothing confines of the Carlyle Hotel.
Fenty x Puma
Fenty x Puma by Rihanna is now in its fourth season and after debuting in New York for AW16, the resident bad gal returned to the city for SS18. Held in the Park Avenue Armoury, the space was transformed into an alienesque motocross course with mounds of pink sand dotted around the venue. Rih’s fourth collection was a mash-up of motor racing and surf wear, which meant one thing – Lycra is back.