Women’s fashion and new comers

Alexander Wang

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Presenting a radical collection all in black, Alexander Wang new creations blends punk, Goth-chic and street-style elements reinvented into tailored aesthetics.

Wang reinvented the everyday basics updating proportions by using contrasting materials and with the help of some hardware as decoration adds a punk hard edge to the collection.

Blazers and robe coats were shown up in the clothe line and trousers are loose and cropped.

Lit up by metallic and the pallor of the models that looked like an army of urban warriors marches down the runway hiding in a dark and mysterious circumstant of elegance but at the same time coolness, the mood of the collection is visually stunning.

Derek Lam

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Derek Lam New York Fashion Week show was “A modern interpretation of American style”, like read the title on the screens.

Structurally enhanced silhouettes and colors that would favor just any type of skin color feature the amazing collection which was inspired by 70’s. Oversized buttons and collar contrasting lapels were the main details incorporated in the meticulous styled looks.

Tha animal print, magenta, maroon and dark blue was one of the main characters of the line up represented in calfskin, silk, sateen or cashmere.

Victoria Beckham

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After the opening of the London store, Victoria Beckham shined in New York Fashion Week with a collection where she applied new contruction techniques, envolving and enriching her stylistic features.

Using spirals, folding, asymmetries, layers and knots, she explored the fabrics’s limits creating a modern and sophisticated silhouette which expresses designer’s ability to establish a strong and unique impressive (body) language.

Marc by Marc Jacobs

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This was the third season of Marc by Marc Jacobs so Luella Bartley and Kate Hillier expressed and expressed the stylistic elements introduce to change the brand’s progress.

Their inspiration flown of the street seen in biker jackets and coats informed by motocross and sportswear using messages and slogans on social issues. Using black with touches of vibrant tones they give it a taste of London club-kids transgression.

This season the main materials of Marc by Marc Jacobs features cotton, wool, poplin, rubber-coated wool and lace. Everything was expressed with more confidence and with special attention to some details like art and commerce combination.

 

What is new?

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Charles Youssef

Born in Beirut but currently based in New York, Charles Youssef made is New York Fashion week debut last season which made him “one to watch”. His spring collection mirrored his little “obsession” with architecture, geometric and art elements making is vision both intelligent and functional.

Protagonist

Another last season New York Fashion Week debut, Protagonist, is one of the not many two-year-old brands whose success has been so quickly assured.

At Protagonist’s runway it wasn’t difficult to see why the label is already doing so well with buyers. Wendelborn’s background is in pattern-making, evident in her perfectly tailored, minimalist separates in expensive-looking wools, leathers and silks. Protagonit pieces are the kinds of pieces high-powered women looking for a sophisticated uniform could live in.

À MOI

Inspired by the history and culture of the founder Alejandra Alonso, À MOI, a luxury women’s ready-to-wear and accessories collection transcend place and time to become cornerstones of a modern and refined wardrobe.

The designer always attempt to details and that is clear in this year’s FALL/WINTER collection using both traditional and experimental knitting techniques masterfully to create stand out.

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