Recreate the Top 3 Looks of New York Fashion Week Fall 2015 (and find out what made North West unconsolable)
While you were wining and dining with your Valentine, New York fashion week has started with some great shows and some unhappy first row viewers And while North West would obviously rather be in a bouncy castle then the front row, our editors really enjoyed going through every collection to pick the best looks and show you how to recreate them.
10 Crosby by Derek Lam
Looks like the 70’s trend of the Spring/Summer collections is here to stay for Fall 2015 as well. Derek Lam manages to take all the classic staple of the decade: plaid pants, tight sweaters, pea coats and make them looks totally modern and wearable. Take note of the kerchief/keffiyeh on the models neck, as it already looks like it will be the nest big thing in accessories.
Long time friends Australian stylist Ryan Lobo and designer Ramon Martin of Tome have become fashion industry darlings the moment the first model stepped foot on their debut runway. In the short two years since, they have dressed every cool NYC celebrity, been nominated for CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund and done a shoe collaboration the Sarah Jessica Parker. Their new collection of feminine, yet powerful pieces doesn’t disappoint again. We especially love the interesting texture combinations like pairing a vinyl skirt with a crisp, cotton shirt and adding a knit turtleneck underneath.
Bold florals are another trend that will crossover from Spring, that makes buying a floral dress now a smart fashion investments. To counteract the girliness of the print consider a more heavyweight shoe, like the ankle boots below worn with black socks.
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