The 1930’s served as inspiration for J. Mendel’s tiered dresses, nipped waists and graphic patterns
A show inspired by NYC’s Chelsea Hotel and the work of cool, young artists
From boho looks to playful makeup, Spring 2018 is all about expressing your personal style
Clean, colorful stripes, gingham, big shoulders and lots of saturated hues embodied the look at the iconic designer’s runway show. Said actress Michelle Monaghan, “I am reeling from the femininity. The colors were spectacular.” Nicky Hilton agreed. “It was so Carolina. You wanted to eat the colors they were so beautiful!” Nails stayed subdued, and makeup was pared down and understated with the focus on a subtly defined lip.
Inspired by the Dead Sea region, John Paul Ataker’s signature bolero jackets, baggy pants, and waistcoats were shown this season in a variety of unbleached fabrics primarily in white, ivory and black. Actresses Victoria Justice, Lela Loren, Camren Bicondova and singer and dancer Paula Abdul sat front row. Celebrity fans include Gwen Stefani, Chrissy Teigan and Carrie Underwood.
Plein’s fans including Nicki Minaj and Paris Hilton enjoyed the designer’s bondage fairytale-inspired collection, “Good Gone Bad."
Deconstructed nonchalance is the order of the day.
Cool girls Alexa Chung, Caroline Issa and Karen Gillian embody this peppy (but polished) collection.
Blunt Squad TV visits NYFW 2016 Fashion Sizzle event at Holy Apostles Ballroom in NYC featuring a variety of designs, models, speaking with designers Jason Christopher Peters, Clavon, music performance and interview with Kobie.
Who would have thought that a vinyl corset could be so chic? Tibi designer Amy Smilovic’s runway show offered up a variety of PVC waist trainers to complement her mannish separates and fresh lavender, tangerine and lime-hued dresses. Suits with Bermuda shorts were a huge trend, as were column dresses with flirty collars and easy-to-wear athleisure-inspired pieces.
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Actress, mom, and entrepreneur Jessica Alba sat front row as models of all shapes and sizes sashayed down the runway. “She will bring a different perspective not only in terms of celebrity but also as a businesswoman,” says Nina Garcia. Also sitting front and center: Designer Zac Posen and Yolanda Hadid, mother of supermodels-of-the-moment Gigi and Bella, who commented that seeing the diversity made her happy. Why? “That’s real life!”
Designer Tadashi Shoji's Spring 2018 collection is bright, bold and beachy, inspired by Malibu. It was Olympic Gymnastic, and Dancing with the Stars Fav, Laurie Hernandez's first fashion show ever. Actresses India de Beaufort and Chrissie Fit, were also front and center to enjoy the floral prints, ruffles, and plenty of exposed shoulders on casual separates. Of course his signature evening gowns made a showing in bright, bold hues such as yellow and green.
Designers Shaikha Noor Rashid Al Khalifa and Shaikha Haya Mohamed Al Khalifa displayed their Noon By Noor Spring 2018 collection inspired by their home country Bahrain at New York Fashion Week. Fashion Director at Modern Luxury, James Aguiar, Celebrity Stylist, Tara Swennen and Fashion & Beauty Editor at Harper’s Bazaar, Avril Graham, weigh in...
Designer Pamella Roland draws inspiration from the city of Monaco for her Spring 2018 line at New York Fashion Week with beautiful blues reminiscent of the Mediterranean Sea. Admirers Devon Windsor, Aly Raisman and Olivia Culpo approved.
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