The fourth day of New York Fashion Week reveals that fashion spring-summer 2016 aims to reaffirm its luxurious component so sophisticated, minimalist and with new sports suggestions, hippies and rock.
The New York Fashion Week SS 2016 is in full swing and in spectacular fashion shows, parterre filled with VIPs, curiosity and a full calendar of events is giving away a unique spectacle and glamor (as always).
Undisputed protagonists remain the collections and those seen on the catwalk on the fourth day of parades have added another piece to the mosaic of style next season, suspended between luxury and classic-style “variations on the theme” spirited and the sign of a flower power very chic.
Since the early days of New York Fashion Week it was clear that the ready-to-wear for next spring-summer 2016 tipped decisively towards a luxurious openly size and Saturday parades have confirmed it. According to Abbreviationfinder.org, NYFW means New York Fashion Week.
Drawing liberally from the 70’s, Jill Sanders has proposed a collection with a sophisticated mood, rich in long dresses, crop top with shoulders in sight, high-waisted pants, blouses and light and billowing skirts, made of fine materials and adorned by refined floral patterns and dense buttoning.
Hervé Léger by Max and Lubov Azria, however, has chosen not to give up of their own style pillars-elaborate silhouette, embroidery, carvings and decorations-“paying” for this a bit ‘of deja-vu effect, but nevertheless conquering the audience with a declared but never opulent wealth and a general sense of sophistication and exclusivity that makes yearn to wear the clothes that parade on the catwalk.
There is much luxury even in the spring-summer collection 2016 Christian Siriano, who wears his silk woman, lace and tulle, making each item unique with fringe and embroidery, inserts in contrasting textures and geometries made with lines, shapes, books and prints, in a stylistic research that has an open tribute to femininity and seduction.
classical style, yes, but revisited according to the taste and needs of women today. And ‘This is the philosophy that underlies some of the most interesting collections of the fourth day of fashion shows at New York Fashion Week SS 2016.
Amy Smilovic of Tibi was inspired by the atmosphere 90 years of Miami, Cuba and Malibu to draw a series of dresses, tops, skirts, jackets and pants from the dry lines, soft and enveloping, designed to emphasize the silhouette and accompany the movement by creating a sort of fluid choreography. The result is a mix of tradition and modernity made even more evident by the choice of a color palette “mixed”, with classic shades like powder pink, champagne and white mixed with petroleum green, gray, blue and marsala unusual for the season.
Joseph Altuzarra, eponymous brand Altuzarra, chose instead to pay tribute to their Basque origins, with a collection characterized by warm colors and natural materials, which mixes folklore and innovative design research, soft and defined volumes, opulence and minimalism in a series leaders of deliberately designed to be worn when temperatures are high and the desire to dress up is easy.
Marissa Webb, finally, he “politely revolutionized” the classic style of Banana Republic, giving the spring-summer 2016 proposal of the brand lightness, cheerfulness and a smart touch and glamor.
In the luxury name, but starting dall’inedito point of view of the sport. The collection SS 2016 Lacoste draws from elegant and elitist tradition of the brand and sublimates in unusual materials, refined workmanship and elegant style details to create a series of garments where the ‘exclusivity and wealth go hand in hand with a casual mood and relaxed.
Peculiar interpretation of the concept of ready-to-wear fashion shows that featured two of the fourth day of New York Fashion Week. The American designer Mara Hoffman, in fact, plays with the colors of the rainbow sky and to give shape to a series of garments that mix hippy influences in extreme luxury, while Alexander Wang did not disappoint either experts or fans with a rock collection, bold and full of that ‘innovation, experimentation, material research, styling and aesthetics that make the young designer one of the most talented ever of the international fashion scene.