We give you the latest on what's going down in New York with a daily update fresh off the runway. Here's what went down on the final day of NYFW:
The collaboration between Gilles Mendel and Enoc Perez paved way into the creation of a fashion line that showcases their shared love for architecture. From the paintings of Perez, Mendel was able to make a collection with clean silhouettes and his signature pleats. The main print for most of the pieces were diagonal grid lines, which were translated through digital prints, painting, weaving, and beading.(See the full collection here.)
Closing fashion week, Calvin Klein was able to provide a refreshing take on Spring 2015. There was no sign of crop tops, crazy prints, florals, nor a tinges of punchy hues. Sleek, chic, and athletic was the name of the game consisting of flattering elongated racer backs, ribbed knits, and some major color blocking. Designer Francisco Costa also cited that the Mao Zedong portraits of Andy Warhol inspired the colors (navy and burgundy) he used. See the collection we loved here.
Next up is London Fashion Week! We are so excited, are you?