Puritan stylings. Suno brand designers Erin Beatty and Max Osterweis presented their Spring-Summer women collection. Some of designs were made by Japan influence. Starting from black and white stripes with painterly wallpaper florals with wavy plaids to soft yellow, shiny red and blue, playful print-on-print mash-ups. Models were sporting white lace blouses, sharp striped button-downs, celluloid dickeys, slit-front pencil skirts, draped polka-dot chiffon dresses, vermillion leather hot pants, soft yellow wrap dresses with a bird flitting across the bodice, metallic floral tie-neck tanks and shiny red leather shorts. Overall designers showed something fresh and colorful.
Sensual luxury. Sophie Theallet presented sensual collection of women clothing for the next Spring-Summer fashion season at New York Fashion Week. Collection is so feminine and consists of all ladylike dress codes. The color palette ranged from tangerine, fuschia, sky blue, moss, to navy and electric green. Models appeared in floor-sweeping cotton frocks in tulip prints, silken pencil skirts, silk blouses, ice-white cotton dresses, silk cocktail dresses, bias-cut floor-length dresses, chiffon dresses, pull-on-and-go trousers, navy satin shirtdresses, lean tuxedo jackets.
Preen presented its Spring-Summer women clothing collection during New York Fashion Week. Designers Thea Bregazzi and Justin Thornton have developed Virginia Woolf style into modern wardrobe, so here you can find day dresses, pants, jackets, blouses, skirts, and evening things that done in complex prints and color. Materials varied from crepe, lace, satin to chiffon and solid colors like lemon yellow, birthday-cake pink, navy and several variants of white and dark blue. Overall, collection consists of modern prettiness and young sophistication.
Ultra-vivid floral Power. American fashion designer Peter Som presented his latest Spring-Summer collection at New York Fashion Week. Som offers pretty and funny designs with a touch of sixties silhouettes. Here you can find colorful prints, floral prints, pop colors and Som’s photo-real blown-up roses, which came multicolored, candy-bright and in rhapsody of blue. Models were wearing boxy floral tweed shells with a fuchsia eel skirts, skirtsuits with a photo-print cotton anorak shell and matching skirts, sporty raw denim jackets, retro high-waisted bikinis, swingy pleated floral dresses in black lace, long-sleeve knit dresses, cropped pants, bright and billowing evening dresses and hula skirts, overall from flora to fauna.
Fresh Airy Lace and Crispy Looks. Oscar de la Renta presented its Spring-Summer collection full of colors and breezy summer looks. Models were wearing black cotton lace bodices, billowing skirts, full-skirted sundresses, Chanel-esque silk-tweed cardigan suits, Couture lace T-shirts, Infanta ball gowns, candy-pink Persian lamb cardigans, tweedy skirtsuits, sleeveless sheaths, harem pants, crocheted silver thread sweaters, metallic ball skirts ebony sequin cocktail frocks, citrus chiffon sarouel pants. As for me, I like floral print skirts and sleeveless dresses.
Sophisticated Safari Chic. Organic by John Patrick Spring-Summer collection is about eco-friendly materials and sophisticated designs that can be seen in any girl’s spring wardrobe. What really catched my eyes were Patrick’s new bags and the elastic-waist shorts made from the vintage necktie fabric. I like the color and the details of cut in this collection: navy, red, mustard, desert sand. Models were wearing luxurious long-sleeve tees, wide-legged cotton jeans, heather gray sweatshirts, hooded anoraks, gray short-sleeve sweatshirts, khaki wide-leg pants, ruffled dress in a cream parachute fabric, white windowpane cotton peasant dresses.
High-Tech Graphic Asymmetric Silhouettes. The main inspiration of Narcisco Rodriguez Spring-Summer women’s collection was the works of Korean artist Kim Joon (graphic print and body tattoos). Rodriguez showed minimalist tendencies with over-the-top color and nonstop prints. The show started with simple black T-shirt, white trousers and then patchworking quickly became more intense- fragments of jacquard velvet, satin devoré, printed kimono silk in silver, citrine, aqua were pieced together, so that white cotton shirtdresses, banded with black, aqua and silver, looked like it simply had too much going on silhouette. It felt like dresses were pieced together like a puzzle. There was asymmetry everywhere: shirtdresses, vests, but it was elegant and crisp. Overall, it’s urban style clothing with athletic touch.
Fresh Sensual Looks. J. Mendel’s Spring-Summer collection kicked off with a bang at New York Fashion Week. Collection was inspired by Dorothy Draper, influential and innovative queen of American interior design. Looks ranged between patchwork style prints savvy, fresh-looking dresses and sleek silhouettes that accent the female figure. Gilles Mendel used this season trend materials, like sheer, and also cool geometry, like vertical stripes paired with color blocking for a sophisticated yet chic look. Models appeared also in slouchy trousers, crisp silk shirting and cocktail dresses.