Best of New York Fashion Week

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The seven-day long holiday of New York Fashion Week just come upon us on the 6th of September. On display was The Spring Ready-to-Wear 2020 Collection. These pieces put on display were all the trends to watch out for in the next few weeks, which is perfect for all the trend setters reading this! These designers sculpted beautiful masterpieces that are very fashion forward. Some of the most influential designers were present here exhibiting their stricking pieces. These designers included Marc Jacobs, Oscar de la Renta, and Lela Rose. 


Marc Jacobs // You may have seen Marc Jacob’s in the headlines these last few weeks but not exactly for his clothing. His model, Gigi Hadid, heel broke on stage but despite this distraction his line was refreshing including florals and bright colors. Of course, Gigi did rock her look though by strutting the runway barefoot. Some of the best colors portrayed were blues and yellows. One of the most iconic looks was a modern graffiti ruffle dress. This street wear style incorporated in a unique sculpting design through its turtle neck dress. 

Oscar de la Renta // The flow of Oscar de la Renta’s line in his New York City Spring Collection was impeccable. Not only did the colors coordinate, the whole line was coherent with each other in many different aspects. The dark greens with the deep orange and yellows coordinate each other well. This was a new and refreshing way of creating an army style. This Puerto Rican inspired line looks like resort vacation wear. The safari fashion is extremely popular at the moment with army pants and big buttons and translates into Oscar de la Renta’s line. 

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Lela Rose // Lela Rose line screamed New York City literally and figuratively. She took the skyline along with her love of New York City to create a simple yet sharp design. Her color pallet was pastels and her line would be categorized as everyday wear. This style would be perfect for Sunday Brunch through the streets of the Upper East Side.

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