It was impossible to covered all shows which were shown during NYFW. Here are Top 10 collections of New York Fashion Week. I choosed this 10 designers collections because some of them are simply beautiful and wearable or because of „Wow“ effect which they have. Because of creativity, originality , because of perfecte tailoring or awesome emboriedery and sublime textile. Every collection is unique. Every single piece in every collection is elaborated till details , many designers are creating the pieces which are kind of art and not simply clothes which we are going to wear in next season. Here are the runway Looks i like. Hope you’ll like it too.
Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez unveiled fall/winter 2016-2017 collection during NYFW.“It’s about control and release. Last season we were peeling away the layers, this season we were putting them back together again, sort of mending.”said Backstage Hernandez backstage . They achieved it a number of ways: via twisting and fastening tailored jackets and coats into snug hourglass shapes above hip-slung, full trousers, and via criss-crossing straps around the waist of clingy ribbed knit dresses. Most often they used lacing: up the front of a fine gauge sweater, cinching the sides of a classic jean jacket in red wool twill, holding together the lapels of a long blazer that looked as if it had been painted a pale yellow. A pair of tube dresses were bisected horizontally with laces loosely connecting top and bottom.The maritime-ish tailoring looked sharp. And the Knitwear- the dresses- were simply awesome!
Narciso Rodriguez unveiled fall/winter 2016-2017 collection during New York Fashion Week. And it was one of the strongest, most confident collections of the week. Rodriguez is famous about his tailoring, about his chic Dresses but in fall/winter collection were also the pieces which we can rare see in his collections. The first look was statement in itself: it looks easy and luxurious, it was a white, sculpture-like, plissé coat wrapped around a similar silk dress cut on the bias. The next look was a big cashmere hand-knit sweater with a big matching scarf over silk skirt and pointy flat brogues, the kind of perfect city look which every women must have in her wardrobe. Dresses came layered and always on the bias ,particularly stunning when they involved soft suede. Wrap coats, the laid-back spirit of which was accentuated by their baked in plissé wrinkles. The jackets and coats were made from the reverse side of wool jacquard. Rodriguez played with texture and ,as always, with colour, from White to coffee Brown and to sulphur yellow and stone.