New York Fashion Week has just ended and tomorrow we are going to London for some streetstyle and catwalk shots.

 

Despite a quite conservative and wearable approach, New York Fashion Week offered this season some amazing offbeat silhouettes. We mentioned earlier the ones proposed by Creatures of the Wind (see previous review) but have a look to Jeremy Scott and Marc Jacobs' collections. While the first brought us back to the nineties with a seventies accent and a powerful styling, the second created a controversial and fairy woman whose chunky proportions were dramatically enhanced by atomic hats (by Stephen Jones).

 

Color-wise, next fall will definitely be dominated by red, rust and orange. Ask Rodarte and Proenza Schouler, they will surely agree with us on that point… By the way, here goes our Trend alert on scarlet red and dresses, the stellar piece of the season: TREND ALERT.

 

Derek Lam

NYFW | Fall 2012 | Derek Lam

 


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 NYFW | Fall 2012 | Jeremy Scott


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NYFW | Fall 2012 | Marc Jacobs

 

Miguel Adrover

NYFW | Fall 2012 | Miguel Adrover

 

Michael Kors

NYFW | Fall 2012 | Michael Kors

 

Norma Kamali

NYFW | Fall 2012 | Norma Kamali


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NYFW | Fall 2012 | Rodarte



Marc by Marc Jacobs

NYFW | Fall 2012 | Marc by Marc Jacobs

 

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NYFW | Fall 2012 | Proenza Schouler

 

Derek Lam

NYFW | Fall 2012 | Derek Lam

 

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NYFW | Fall 2012 | Preen


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NYFW | Fall 2012 | Thome Brown

 (Photos: Style.com)

 
Date 20/02/2012
Category New York


 
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