The turn of the season calls for a vigilant eye for trends. This fall, we zoom in to the three most wearable trends we’re keeping tabs on at the ongoing New York Fashion Week. Check out the following trends that we like!
IMAGE Monse, Diane Von Furstenberg and Jonathan Simkhai
It seems like baring-the-shoulder trend isn't going away soon. Monse, Diane Von Furstenberg, and Jonathan Simkhai solidify this in their collection, upgrading it to a more structured but high fashion feel. These designers school us on how to look sultry in a subtle and tasteful way.
IMAGE Alexander Wang, Victoria Beckham, and Prabal Gurung
Going undone is one of the recurring trends this coming spring. Obvious tethering and stitches have replaced invisible seams in the collections of Alexander Wang, Victoria Beckham, and Prabal Gurung. These designers have zeroed in on the construction of the garments, highlighting ties, stitches, and unexpected cutouts to tie an outfit together.
IMAGE J. Crew, Tome and Zimmerman
Ruffles continue to claim the runway as J. Crew, Tome, and Zimmerman incorporate ruffles in hems and sleeves asymmetrically. This allows more flounce and body while maintaining structure and thus increasing its wearability.