New York Fashion Week happened on Tommy Hilfiger’s runway parade, and as the skies opened up above, the ensuing rain added an element of fun to the event! The designers have now returned with their best designs to showcase at the Fashion Week. The outdoor catwalk has been covered before, but now it was different as Kate Moss, Shawn Mendes, and Travis Barker were invited to drum the finale.
The intriguing part was that there was no tent or roof as the downpour increased in intensity. Even the busiest stars could not prevent themselves from getting wet. But, underneath all the glitz and glam, there wasn’t much substance that New York Fashion needed. Many of the names that ruled the fashion industry, such as Donna, Ralph, Marc, and Calvin, are gone from the runway. Although new names are appearing and taking center stage, they come without classical training that has formed the essence of the fashion industry. Let’s have a look at the many strategies considered by the designers at Fashion Week.
The Famous Designs
There were some amazing designs in the Fashion Week; embroidered velvet pants that seemed like the new version of Elvis Presley’s pants. Michael Kors’s collection was Urban Tropicano, which was all about sarong skirts fitted with acres of silk fringe, slick blazers, hibiscus print silks, and suspended gold necklaces.
Rinse And Repeat
The giant flamenco ruffled sleeves and mini dresses with upsized flares of skinny pants. Fashion Week’s main highlights were rendered shirt dresses with fluted cuffs layered with polka dots. Joseph Altuzarra introduced a collection with striped shirting and complex shibori, which makes it a cool contrast.
Tory Bursch said that he understands how women don’t want to be restricted to a certain type of dressing, so he added versatility in his designs for women. Her collection featured layered combination shirts, mid-calf trousers or skirts, and a broad belt that can be rolled up or down. She said that her clothes would offer the freedom to women to move in the world as they wanted.
There were also some standouts at the Fashion Week, which incorporated gold in their designs. Their collection consisted of tailored pantsuits with gold staples that lined its edge. Knit trousers and tunics were made from crochet. Supple leather tinted with 24 karats and cut into a shield an appearance and embodies on black jersey columns.
Designs That Were Based On Community Morals
Such collections were based on community morals and not on market research. These kinds of clothes mostly attract elderly people or the ones who dress modestly. Such people are genuine buyers and have come to buy modest pieces of clothing to add to their wardrobe. Hillary Taymur’s collection was huge with flower cargo pants, deconstructed court dresses, and shrunken t-shirts.
Most of the dresses were recycled or remixed but also had materials from vegetables such as broccoli. Another designer, Maryam Nassir, used scraps of fabric such as hotel towels and doilies, pinned and layered into garments. Ditto Mike and Zoe Latta introduced collections that had clothes similar to collectible ceramics.