As usual, and always, New York Fashion Week starts playing the Spring Summer' 2013 trends for the entire Fashion month.
Now, that's ended, we actually can notice some silhuettes and colors that will reach our wardrobe next Summer.
Here, you have some of the best collections that were seen by the Fashion Industry.
Joseph Altuzarra just did it again, surprisingly he stroke the point by made the most unexpected fabric (that is usually made to work), just become a trend in an usual and chic workwear for women. Applied in capes, coats and jackets, also shirts, pants and dresses.
Mixed with some printed satin and luxury textiles. Creating and inspiring people with some "arabian" inspired looks with grateful embroidery and craftmanship.
This "young" designer is becoming a legend and we can see it. For some seasons ago he's gettin' higher, and we just love it!
I confess that I was a bit afraid of this Marc Jacobs show, the cause was the impression that the last show had to me (That just was, not right!). But, as always, we never know what to expect from Marc. And at this time, I just loved it.
Starting the show with a simple white t-shirt with black stripes was just GREAT! The rest of the show, also was so graphic but feminine, so wild but so right. The "very-short-dresses" or the "little-bit-long-tshirts" are amazing and very feminine. I just love Cara Delevigne with the brown-shirt!I loved the animal theme represented there and the long striped dresses creating ilusions as pants or body-shapes. Also the shoes were great and our idea of how Marc is BIG, just become BIGGER!
Jason Wu as we know, is always sweet, delicious and "Oh-so-feminine". But this time he turn the road by making clothes also a bitter sweet and delicious, but in a "Oh-so-fatale" Femme! The body suits, the see-through shirts, blazers and dresses were just sexyer than ever. The underwear apllied on dresses, the well structured pieces and the "classy" that is always a theme with Wu.
I loved the accessories, the collection and I also can see him growing by made just great and powerful clothes, like this, for real women.
The guys at Proenza Schouler are always introducing new fabrics, textiles and ways of craftmanship to turn they're clothes in something really unique, effortless and very special. The brand is becoming higher that ever, with it's first store on Madison Avenue, and the work of Jack and Lazaro just become more structured and consistent with a guide line through the brand and it's identity.
This show was an absolutely proof of it. The patchwork painted leather jackets and the image-printed-satin dresses were a really strong point on this show. Also perforated leather in dresses and colorful points applied in real images printed in satin, were just big ideas that made this team just WORK. It works! It REALLY works! And we enjoy it more and more, each time... Please guys, keep working 'this' well!
The Mulleavy sisters from Rodarte created a very strong and warrior women for next Spring! Combining textured fabrics and warrior silhuettes with soft and light dresses floating in warrior-womens like Karlie Kloss.
This was medieval inspired with metal belts, and leather fringing, but the silhouettes sometimes reminded me of Proenza Schoular's Fall'12 or Balenciaga. Also, one of the high-lights of the show were the shoes! Really strong shapes, with great colors making the silhuettes even better! We just hope that Rodarte stroke some points again and continue to create such a "Pure Fashion Fantasy".
Also, you can see HERE the links for other great shows! Like Victoria Beckam | Narciso Rodriguez | Belstaff | Donna Karan | Marc by Marc Jacobs | Michael Kors and Theyskens' Theory...
See you in London! ;)