The sixth day of New York Fashion Week featured a variety of styles presented. From super feminine collections, to the return of the sweetheart of the season, the tailoring.
Let’s check out the highlights of the sixth day of the event.
Tory Burch presented a very careful collection. With a lot of femininity and sophistication, the pieces had something of the iconic character, Blair Waldorf. The collection came with fine fabrics and thoughtful details, from the embroidered initials, to the huge bows on the turtleneck shirts. It is remarkable that every detail of the collection was properly thought out.
One of my favorite parades, the brand presented a collection kind of ladylike, very feminine and sophisticated. The party dresses came in several silhouettes and with powerful embroidery. For this collection, the brand decided to invest in some more “casual” pieces. Sportive sets in velvet, sneakers with embroidery and coats appeared on the catwalk, but without losing the brand’s essence.
Coach headed in the opposite direction from the other brands. It presented a collection full of colours and prints. The main print, floral, appeared in dresses, jackets and skirts in various colours. The colours palette followed the earthy tones, referring to nature and desert. The whole collection had a nostalgic touch, reminding the girl from the countryside, and even Woodstock.
Maxwell brought the trend of the season, tailoring, to his catwalk, but with a twist. His collection featured tighter pieces, mini lengths and super deep necklines. It was a sexy and minimalist collection, with most of the pieces in black and white.
Like Maxwell, Rodriguez brought the tailoring on, but in a different way. The designer presented an elegant collection for a more mature target. Like most of the parades, the colour chart was predominantly black and white.
Now there are only two more days of the event. I’m excited to talk about the remaining three fashion weeks!