Tuesday, February 17, 2015

NYFW | Day 6

I can't believe fashion week is almost over, it seems like it just began yesterday but maybe that's because I've been doing these recaps nonstop for the past few days…Now for my favorites from day six.






Oscar de la Renta



In the first show without the legend himself, may he rest in peace, I have to say Peter Copping did not disappoint in his first collection. He kept the image of the classy girl alive that Oscar had established all those years with as well as reinterpreting the trademark Oscar de la Renta florals on the evening gowns. A stunning LBD with gem encrusted shoulders and gorgeous jewel toned ball gowns took my breath away and reassured the brand is in good hands going forward.

Rodarte


According to the Mulleavy girls, birds and disco were the main influences of their new line. The birds came through in the rich colors of peacocks in the jackets, pants, and of course the feathers added onto these garments. The disco aspect was my favorite part because who doesn't like a little sparkle? These dresses were covered in crystals and sequins made for dancing the night away under the club lights.

Diesel Black Gold



Utilitarian details and black on black on black was the center of the collection from Diesel. The structure and cut of the clothing was sleek and clean with minimalism and layering with the black garments. Leather was a popular fabric being used in jackets, skirts, and tops, peak-a-boo lace on the bottoms of skirts and trim on tops, and slips were layered under sweaters and jackets to add dimension and texture to the all the black used in this collection. The metal hardwares on the garments also paid homage to the brands favorite details; grommets and studs.

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