New York Fashion Week reveals an old new trend: black & white is back. A deja vu experience straight from the fashion temple on the Lincoln Center.
Generally speaking, New York’s Fashion Week reveal cropped tops, short flouncy skirts and sheer lace and mesh paneling on the runways.
Next year, materials will be lighter, with soft and strecht volumes, freshness brought by colors and seductive flesh-revealing models. We can easily see great cropped tops and shirts.
New York-based label Ruffian showed playfully short and flowing A-line skirts, inspired by the French fantastic writer Françoise Sagan and it’s novel “Bonjour Tristesse”, set in Saint Tropez in the 1950s. Amazing inspiration!
New York style was better than ever with Stuart’s choices with black, white and beige.
Son Jung Wan, one of South Korea’s most successful designers, also kept to a minimalist and subtle color scheme of white and gray, along with hues of sherbet and splashes for impact.
Along with showing menswear-inspired styles such as skinny trouser suits, she showed dresses with oversized cut-outs and draped low-cut backs to accentuate feminine curves.
At the Herve Leger by Max Azria show, the designer updated the label’s signature form-fitting bandage dress with fringe.
A nature inspired collection with several geological and cultural points embeded in a modern and traditional haute couture fashion.
More amazing novelties from the black & white revolution at New York Fashion Week sponsored by Mercedes-Benz.