New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2019 is behind and all fashionistas are already packing suitcases to London, Milan, and Paris.
It’s time to figure out what the American designers are offering us. Many of these trends can be put to use for the upcoming spring and even cold summer nights. Don`t miss a trend alert with Marketing Ana.
One-shoulder tops and dresses feel like they never went out of style over several seasons. Calvin Klein and Altuzarra made a bet on femininity and presented mini and maxi black one-shoulder dresses. Lovers of the ingenious one-shoulder trend can buy asymmetrical overalls from Haider Ackermann, Oscar De La Renta, or Self-Portrait. If all of the above does not seem eccentric enough, you can check out the terry dress from young designer duo Eckhaus Latta.
Feathers and Leather
In the upcoming season we have the choice to fly like a bird of paradise in a dress from Marc Jacobs. Or completely put on the skin suite from Sies Marjan. Outerwear with these trends can be found in the new fashion collection of Prabal Gurung and Cushnie. In addition, dresses ranging from feathers to leather presented by Zimmermann, Michael Kors, and Oscar De La Renta are worth your attention.
High-Neck Ruffles and Overhead Collars
In the upcoming season, many designers decided to focus more on collars. This includes Victorian style neck ruffles used in collections of Tory Burch and Marc Jacobs. Also, New York designer Adam Lippes did not stand aside and utilized this trend for his blouses.
As for laid-on collars in the style of Soviet schoolgirls, they were used by New York designer Maryam Nassir Zadeh.
To supplement the still in fashion leopard and snake prints, came zebra prints. Philipp Lim, Proenza Schouler, and Coach agreed that it is time to diversify the animal kingdom. New York fashion brand Alice+Olivia did not want to be limited to only one print, and have combined several at once in dresses from their new collection.
Orange And Purple
You wanted to know which colors will be rocking in the upcoming season? Christian Siriano and Kate Spade used purple in their collections. In doing so they echo Sies Marjan and Tom Ford.
As for orange, it was presented by Carolina Herrera and Christian Cowan. And confirming that orange is a new black is Oscar De La Renta.
Patchwork And Tie Dye
Did you miss the 60`s? They have come back with patchwork and tie dye. Take your Coachella-weekend t-shirts and jeans out of storage. Collina Strada, Kim Shui, and Prabal Gurung prove that it is trendy to boil clothes again. Oscar De La Renta and Michael Kors suggest paying attention to patchwork. Many designers utilized it for their coats, dresses, and suits during the New York Fall/Winter Fashion Week.