NYFW from my point of view

Last week was New York Fashion Week. And just like every season, I tried to follow as much of it as possible wishing that one day I will get to attend to some of my favourite designers shows. Here’s what I thought of NYFW Autumn/Winter 2020 Ready-To-Wear.

1. NYFW, the perfect occasion to get outfit inspiration for days.

Below some (or quite a lot) of my favourite street style outfits. Images from Man Repeller and Vogue Spain.

2. Tom Ford brought NYFW to LA which turned into a pre-Oscars celebration with A-list front-rowers like Jennifer Lopez, Renée Zellweger and Miley Cyrus.

His decision to move the fashion show to LA might have come to a surprise for some of us and even lead us to wonder if NYFW is going through a crisis. Ford described his new collection to Vogue as “chic, possibly slightly stoned, and very sensual.” In other words: “Very L.A.”. The show took place on the platform of an abandoned subway station, but we still got our dose of glamour.

Images from The Cut & British Vogue

3. Rodarte, as always, delivered a show full of dreamy dresses and beautiful patterns.

As if this wasn’t enough, the duo formed by Kate and Laura Mulleavy, made sure to include lots of ruffles and glitter. Leaving us with the taste of fairy tale meets gothic.

Images from British Vogue

4. Carolina Herrera with Wes Gordon’s sophistication.

If I could put this collection into words (which is quite difficult), I would say it was a mix of sophistication, fine lines and flowy dresses. Gordon itself describes it as “the drama of disciplined exuberance”. One of the other things I loved as well were the monochromatic looks.

Images from British Vogue

5. Others designer/ brand’s collections I also liked this season were Longchamp, Self Portrait, Coach 1941, Sies Marjan, Tory Bruch, Brandon Maxwell and The Row.

Here’s my favourite look of each show.

Images from British Vogue

6. NYFW ended with a bang.

AKA Marc Jacobs knows how to throw a fashion party. Every season, one of the shows I look most forward to is Marc Jacobs’ one. And it did not disappoint. The pastels, the avenue, the staging, the shiny clothes, it was everything. It was a fashion show at its finest.

Images from Marc Jacobs

7. And finally where to watch / who to follow during NYFW.

Man Repeller/ British Vogue/ Eva Chen / Aimee Song / The Cut / Xenia Adonts / FF Channel

Love, M.

1 thought on “NYFW from my point of view”

  1. Thanks.

    El dv., 21 de febr. 2020, 18:06, MARIONESS va escriure:

    > Mariona posted: ” Last week was New York Fashion Week. And just like every > season, I tried to follow as much of it as possible wishing that one day I > will get to attend to some of my favourite designers shows. Here’s what I > thought of NYFW Autumn/Winter 2020 Ready-To-Wear” >

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