Your basic fur is not going to cut it any more—this season, the touch-me-now texture has become bolder and brighter. From colour-drenched rainbows on Libertine’s trench to monochrome-inspired at Rodarte, there’s nothing understated about this season’s fur. For a heavy-hitting dose, turn to Rachel Zoe and 3.1 Phillip Lim, or make an understated yet cool statement with Dennis Basso and Prabal Gurung’s versions. Whichever style you pick, mix with ripped jeans and a casual sweat for weekends, or team with classing tailoring for a chic spin for work. Cosy, cool and covetable—what are you waiting for?
The hourglass figure reclaims the limelight this fall winter, as designers propose the waist as a stylish marker of femininity. Whether cinching a sleek dress—like at A Detacher, Marissa Webb and Jeremy Scott—or over winter coats at Karen Walker, Dion Lee amongst others, belt offers a swift and easy route into the new season! Thick or thin, plain or printed, make sure you are ready to belt it out come winter weather. We love Jeremy Scott’s neon version as much as we love Altuzarra’s wrapped style. Ladies, get on the bandwagon now.
The Fall/Winter’16 collections saw athleisure continue its winning streak with relaxed silhouettes and fresher fabrics. While Fenty X Puma and Lacoste’s subversive take on Streetwear rumblings was rather outrageous, thanks to the dramatic proportions of their overall collection, Tory Burch presented us with a slightly refreshing take on American prep. Whether you’re a glamorous spectator, or love to play, court attention in styles from Zimmerman, Edun and Alexander Wang. So sporty, so chic.
Sunshine yellow? Check. Feeling blue? Check. Scarlet fever? Check. Green for go? Check. If A/W16 collections of New York Fashion Week are anything to go by, then it’s time to wear your favourite shade and multiply it. Master the trend by keeping a healthy mix of textures and proportions. Whether it’s a mannish jacket with a full skirt, or a polo neck over a slit maxi, the trick is to pick the right colour and balance the light and dark tones for a look that is modern and interesting. Another way to wear the trend is through layering.
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Top Street-Smart Trends from New York Fashion Week 2020