NYFW 2015 continues, and after listing some of our favorites we are ready to acclaim those who deserve to be remembered. From the debut of the new De la Renta’s director to more risqué takes of the likes of Jeremy Scott, New York Fashion Week continues being an event full of surprises.
Delpozo created the perfect mix between clean cuts and color blocking, with a pinch of fine prints. Not to talk about the fabulous headpieces.
Vera Wang temporarily left behind her bridal reputation to give life to a collection which evokes traditions from the East and a manly attitude. Plus, we are in love with the platform boots.
A little too playful and colorful, and clearly deliberately so, the latest Jeremy Scott collection is made for cartoon characters and dolls. Brave in its childishness.
Oscar de la Renta
The runway debut of De la Renta’s successor, Peter Copping, can be read as an occasion to honor the legendary designer. However, Copping put much of himself as well. The result was a classy line with a more youthful and slightly retro touch.
Asymmetrical, color-blocked, solid but never stiff, the Opening Ceremony line is appealing to a young, post-modern crowd.
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