New York Fashion Week started and ended big with different designers bringing their A-game. We bring to you few of our favorite SS19 Collections straight from the runway.
Carolina Herrera has always been the brand for the “Prime Ladies.” There has always been this type of crispy vibe about the brand and that’s what many “Prime ladies” have enjoyed so far; however, the debut collection for creative director Wes Gordon would see these women turning to select new styles because his collection was mostly eared towards a younger audience.
As Escada celebrates its 40th anniversary, the brand took to New York Fashion Week for the first time to reveal its SS19 collection. The collection which was inspired mostly by Julia Robert’s iconic persona in Pretty Woman, features two pieces, racing-horse-prints, shoulder-padded blazers and matching mules with logo mania at their forefront.
Nigerian designer Amaka Osakwe of Maki Oh took to New York Fashion Week to release her SS19 collection which was inspired from the times she hung out in the local restaurants of Lagos, popularly known as buka.
The Oscar de la Renta SS19 collection is focused on daywear with a higher number of top and pants combination than usual. creative directors Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia kept the collection super casual and culturally rich with influences from Italy, Morroco, Greece, and India. There were still signature elements of OdlR in this collection such as the embroidered roses the brand used heavily back in 1994 along with so
For SS19 Collections, Zimmermann featured an unexpected take on the brand’s traditional style by combining boho-chic with retro vibes. The designer was inspired by Australian TV show, Number 96′s very ’70s costumes and also its bold representation of sex and sensuality.
Photo credit: www.vogue.com