By Chrisoula Baroudos |Staff Writer|
Instead of wearing darker hues this fall, stand out by wearing colorful pastels.
These unexpected colors were seen in shades of icy blue, pale pinks, and soft lavenders.
The collections this season are even more dramatic than usual.
Popular designers such as Zac Posen, Reem Acra, and Marc Jacobs were able to deliver standout collections.
Fur was a major staple at New York Fashion Week–the bigger the better.
Shades of reds and pinks were seen at the runway shows at Escada, DKNY, Prabal Gurung and Narcisco Rodriguez.
Alexander Wang and Rebecca Taylor were just a few of the designers who showed cool yet casual pieces with a sportswear influence.
Bold pops of color and exciting details took this traditional look and gave it an added inspiration for the season ahead.
Sparkle was also seen on the runway, but when attempting a bold shiny look, keep the accessories simple.
A midi-length skirt hemline is sure to bring in sophistication.
Altazurra, DKNY, Michael Kors, and Rebecca Taylor were just a few of the designers that had this look.
Hugo Boss, Narcisco Rodriguez and Marc Jacobs were just a few of the savvy designers who showed flawless executions of this elegant look.
Soft shades of cream, nudes, and off white are the colors to achieve this runway hit.
Some of the models made a splash on the runways as well.
Kendall Jenner, an eighteen year old model, caused some controversy when she walked out for Marc Jacobs wearing a sheer top that exposed her nipples.
It could have been a smart business move for Marc Jacobs, knowing that it would draw more attention to his brand.
It was a breath of fresh air for the designer, but in order for it to translate to the normal world, I suggest girls to cover up.
Balancing between bright colors and more neutral, season-appropriate hues and fabrics, the palette for this season’s fashion week has something for everyone.
With everything from fur to graphic patterns on the runways, it’s safe to say that the coming fall trends will land just about everywhere on the fashion map.