NYFW came quick, & we sure were impressed with some of our favorite designers & brands. Our go-to fave collections featured themes revolving around sex, comfort and boygirl fashion statements. Check out some of our favorite NYFW shows below;
Alexander Wang made quite the bruit with his newfound alliance with the Adidas sports brand. This created a world where sportswear almost seemed like proper party attire, a sleek PJ party that is. Wang dove head first and full force into what we commonly see as streetwear with tees, hoodies and the such that will most likely be popular among the younger crowd and as well as the more mature folk seeking to stay afloat in today’s ever hashtag relevant world.
Rag & Bone
Rag & Bone had a very unique yet familiar run this year that found it’s birth at the parting of David Neville from the fashion line. The rugged sexy cool international brand seemed to transcend time zones and seasons with apparel for all weather. This was visually appeasing and logistically questionable. The brand also flirted with universally rising unisex trend. However, this felt very inline with the brand’s now solo leader, Marcus Wainwright. His aim was finding inspiration from his favorite childhood things.
Designer Jeremy Scott managed to do a little time traveling as well with his 2016 walk, that simultaneously brought to mind the eighties, the future and of course, sex. Scott took us back to an ignorantly carefree hedonistic era where pleasure was king at all costs. Bright colors, sequins, and boldly loud statements dominated his show. Sexiness wasn’t just suggested but proudly served with, half closed zippers, too tight trousers and cleavage for days. The exact intention of the designer himself! Another fun & vibrant collections in the books.