NYFW S/S '15: Day 4

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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. 

Don't forget to check out Day 1+2 HERE and Day 3 HERE


Victoria Beckham & Public School
Victoria Beckham updated her game a bit as she stepped away from her usual fitted dresses. Instead, she chose looser lines with long mid-calf skirts and knitwear (maybe knitwear is going to be a thing next season as well?). The red details on her outwear of choice weren't left unnoticed and not only because her canvas was consisted by black and nude hues. We loved the stripes and the florals which gave a fresh twist to the collection. Public Schools collection was every hipstery fashionistas dreams. Again, loose lines, blue, black and white colors, geometry and abstract motifs made this collection really urban with a modern vibe.
  




Derek Lam & Thakoon
Derek Lam's collection was all about different materials and textures. Suede, silk and leather consisted the looks which came together with the apparent white sutures. The same technque took us back to the early '00s when it was all about patchwork denim and suede. There was something western about this collection which -for some odd reason- looked really appealing on the models. Thakoon's show was quite the opposite. The eastern motifs, the loose -pyjama looking- lines with the feathery details were only a few of the aspects of this runway. The stripes and the black-and-white geometric prints prooved that this collection had it all!


DKNY & Diane Von Furstenberg
Donna Karan's first collection for this season (the second one being "Donna Karan") was all about sporty vibes. The loose fitted outfits with the long hems were either vibrantly coloured or simply black and white. As for the prints DKNY was all about this season's vertical stripes and geometrical motifs. For DVF this season was all about eastern motifs mixed with checkered prints. Even though her iconic wrapped dresses were replaced by lighter, more airy lines, the high slits she stratigically placed made everything sexier. We loved the pops of colour all over the black and white outfits and the abstract floral motifs at the end of the show.



Yigal Azrouel & Versus Versace
Yigal Azrouel's collection is a great prep for summer; it consisted of pajama style outfits printed with palm trees printed on them. The relaxing vibes completed with the streetsyle ready khakis created a perfect Ready-to-Wear collection. On the other hand Versace's collaboration with Anthony Vacarello for next season's Versus collection was everything a fashionista with rock-chic style wants. Black, leather complemented with gold details, such as button and belts, along with amazing black and white prints made this collection one of our favourites for this fashion week.




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