Well, everyone, another New York Fashion Week has come and gone! The city is always bustling and vibrant during Fashion Week and this season was no exception. Fashion folk and the like traveled from all over the world to bear the brutal arctic temperatures and get an up-close look of what’s hot for Fall/Winter 2015. ’70s inspired styles, orangey corals, plaids and checks, fringe, oversized coats, embellishments, and monochrome pairings dominated the runways. Here are a few of our favorite ready-to-wear collections from Fall/Winter 2015.
We can’t help it –we’re probably always going to love everything Jason Wu does. He’s just THAT good. Somehow he makes brown look good, and we don’t even like brown! While we’d like to omit all the fur and replace it with faux (because fur is a big NO in our closet), the collection does not disappoint. Jason Wu F/W ’15 is simple yet structured and unconventional. He sticks to mostly neutral colors and keeps the styles mostly loose and the hemlines long.
Prabal Gurung is another one of our season-after-season faves. For F/W 2015 they managed to put out a well-rounded collection with plenty of options. Whether you love simple, chic styles, shimmer and sequins, chunky knits, or a little ’70s flair, you can find a wide variety of pieces. We love the pieces with the gorgeous, soft, neutral color scheme, clean lines, and sheer paneling in all the right places. (That blush-colored jumpsuit is perfection!) The collection also featured some really stunning coral pieces and chunky apres ski style knits. Super versatile and overall stunning.
Thomas Wylde puts out another stunning, well-rounded collection. The color scheme is almost exclusively white, black, and grey, but trust us, it’s anything but boring. This collection has variety– from over-sized styles to trenches and both long and short hemlines, Thomas Wylde doesn’t shy away from wearability in favor of haute couture. Everyone still loves a sparkling mini-dress and flattering skinny pants, because let’s face it –not all of us love gigantic culottes. And Thomas Wylde gets that.
Really, does Rodarte ever disappoint? The answer is, an emphatic, “no!” As usual, the Mulleavy sisters killed it for Fall/Winter 2015. This collection needs to further explanation. Per. Fection.
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