New York Fashion Week February 2017 – news in brief…
We love seeing what the catwalks have to offer at fashion week. So we thought we’d just give you a little taster of some of the trends we’ve spotted at New York Fashion Week that we can’t wait to see in store soon.
Embellishments, beading, lace, applique, corduroy… there was loads of texture to be seen on the runways. And all layered together to create a gorgeous multi-textured look. We love it.
Short, long, integral or separate – this season, capes are looking more like slit sleeves. We can still see a hint of Superman about these floaty wraps though…!
Cold one shoulder
Whilst cold shoulder creations are still very much on trend, one-shoulder outfits with an asymmetrical neckline also appeared popular. Will we be seeing this trend influence bridal fashion? Naeem Khan’s creations mixed cape and one shoulder trends – a replacement for the traditional veil…?
When you think of Alice Bands, puffy velvet creations of the 90s come to mind! But this is what Joseph Altuzarra bedecked each head of his 53 models with. Some were adorned with pearls, some were print, some plain, all looking like they’re making a comeback!
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