NYFW S/S '15: DAY 3

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Fashion Weeks are again on and this year we could define all the trends for Spring/Summer 2015 from the begining. Join us to our journey where we'll be discovering all the things that need to be checked out during the upcoming weeks.

But first New York... So let's start with the highlights from day 3.
 Check out our last post about the previous fashion shows NYFW SS15: DAY 1+2 

Lacoste & Jill Stuart
The Lacoste show left us with a vibe of a spring mood. Sporty, total white outfits and mini dresses were the best pieces of the runway. Also the combination of pastel with neon and the mixture of different fabrics created a rather interesting scenery. On the other hand Jill Stuart played with pastel and red colors. High-waisted skirts or dresses with a belt on top of them was the main feauture of the show.

 




Prabal Gurung & Katie Gallagher
A different kind of romance was presented for this spring by Prabal Gurung. Airy maxy skirts with crop tops, mini printed dresses and classy tuxedos with geometrical prints completed the collection for this season. Katie Gallagher's collection was all about transparency. The title of her collection ("Phantasm") justified her choice of fabrics (including some 3D printed details) and colors, which were gradually getting from darker to lighter shades. An odd collection with a really interesting background.

 

Tibi & Hervé Léger  by Max Azria

Tibi's collection was all about sportswear; The origami inspired biker jackets, mixed with stripes and laser cut details completed the looks. This show was all about mixed textures and minimal, cold tones. The beautifully tailored dresses weren't missed; they were there to proove that this collection had it all. Far East was Max Azria's inspiration for Hervé Léger this season, as well. In the begining of the show we saw colorful kimono inpired prints, but the iconic Hervé Léger bodycon dresses were there as well. The prints and the embellishments added to the pieces, a mix of gold, black and white, were an adaptation of the female figure -curves and all!-.

 


Christian Siriano & Altuzarra

Christian Siriano's collection was a perfect mixture of amazing red carpet dresses (it couldn't be a Christian Siriano collection otherwise), with sporty streetstyle and office ready attires. We really enjoyed his approach to sportwear; it was something new and definitely beautifully made. The layered sheer fabrics, the laser cuts and the (mostly embellishing) details gave an interesting twist and made the looks much more interesting. Joseph Altuzarra was on the same page this season. It was all about feminity and sexiness. His innocent checkered dresses with the naughty high slits, along with the curve-hugging wrapped dresses, all completed with the small (or not) leather details which gave this collection a provocative vibe.

 


Alexander Wang

The post about day 3 of NYFW had to end with an ode to Alexander Wang. We always loved his contemporary, sporty designs but we NEVER imagined he could bring modern sportswear in such new highs. His inspiration for this season were the designs of everyday trainers, including some iconic ones like Adidas' Stansmiths. The amazing taylored pants and dresses which flattered perfectly the female figure took us back to his Balenciaga days when everything was more about femininity. What's improved now though is that he hasn't coppied those ideas but he only mixed them with new ones who want women to be comfortable and sexy.

 




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