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For designer Michael Kors, spring means relaxed white button downs, strappy sundresses, tulle and sheer midis, nautical stripes, and of course, lots and lots of florals (think corsage belts and flower-strewn skirts). Making summer in the 1950s his inspiration, prepare to be charmed by his sunshine-y mood changing collection.(See full collection here)
Boss is a brand for the boys. Known for their pieces that are always clean and sharp, Jason Wu applies masculine codes into feminine silhouettes without losing the impeccable tailoring the brand is known for. Geometric accents in pleated tech tulle and pantsuits mixed with sheer, this is one on-trend mash-up to look forward to. (See full collection here)
If Hugo Boss was all about the beauty found in menswear, Erin Fetherson’s lineup was the opposite. Florals, lace, and butterflies defined her Spring 2015 offering and it was clearly on the other end of the spectrum. Lace pencil and maxi skirts, floral prints on crisp white tea-length dresses, and fluttering butterflies here and there make up her ready-to-wear offering. (See full collection here)
None of us truly knows what goes on in the creative mind of Betsey Johnson but let’s give it to her, her shows though tacky, are always fun to watch. Love and Marriage is the theme for her bridal-themed showcase this year, and it reminded us of Madonna in Like A Virgin. (See full collection here)
See the scedule for the final day of NYFW below.
Photo from New York Fashion Week Live