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Our Top 3 Trends From NYFW

NYFW is all over once again for another season, and as the city that kicks off the fashion month it didn’t disappoint. Hot mugshot man became a model, political statements were everywhere and Paris Hilton sucked the youth from Sofia Ritchie’s bone marrow in an attempt to remain relevant. King Kylie also wore a peach wig, big news.

Anyway, back to the clothes babes- here’s what we are expecting to be big news trend wise this Autumn/Winter.

 

Mellow Yellow 

Calvin Klein Collection

Diane Von Furstenberg

Jason Wu

I’m just mad about Saffron, Saffron’s mad about meeee….for those in the audience too young to remember the 00’s Gap ad blasting that song, yellow came through as one of the key trends for AW17 at NYFW thanks to Diane Von Furstenberg, Calvin Klein and Jason Wu among others getting yolky with it. Think ochre, canary and banana layered together to create tonal looks providing sass to the colder months. Note to self, Big Bird just became our legit style icon.   

 

Space Odyssey  

Prabal Gurung

 Sies Marjan

 Sies Marjan

 Sies Marjan

Making his solo show debut, Sander Lak brought an abundance of print, colour and texture to his Sies Marjan collection, the most hyped runway at NYFW this Feb, with pure molten joy provided in the form of pink metallic thread biker jackets, form fitted  and pearly separates. Others looking to the sky included slinky alien invader high neck dresses at Prabal Gurung, and Eric Schlösberg referencing Ziggy Stardust with high-shine flares – is there life on Mars?  

 

Check Mate

 

Victoria Beckham

Public School

Jeremy Scott

Ever since our eyes clocked Cher Horowitz clad in plaid, we have been a fan of checks, so their catwalk dominance next season makes us super happy – knee socks at the ready. King of convenience fashion Jeremy Scott clashed citrus shade grid prints on maxi silhouettes, while Victoria Beckham and Public School both featured tartan across structured outerwear for a grown-up take on the trend.

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