Sunday, September 13, 2015

NYFW SS 16 DAY THREE

We're already onto day four of NYFW, so I think it's about time that we get into the overview of Saturday's shows because there were some really great ones, including the star studded Alexander Wang show that gave me some serious FOMO.

Looks 5, 11, 15, and 20 from Frame Denim
Frame denim took the 70s to a whole new level. There's no crazy prints, aside from some stripes, but the colors and suede inclusions give that vibe. This collection has some great jackets and separates as well as a fair amount of denim in order to give props to the brand name. 

Looks 7, 13, 21, and 39 from Lacoste
Lacoste turned world flags into fashion, weaving them into fabrics and accessories for the spring collection. It's no surprise that this collection

Flag prints, army green, cargo, sporty (shocker)

Looks 4 and 10 from Jill Stuart
The Jill Stuart show had satin on satin on Saturday evening. The colors were demure, the silhouettes were billowy and flowy, the perfect combination for a spring day. And can we please talk about the fact that culottes of all lengths are back again? #YAS

Looks 12 and 28 from Rebecca Minkoff
The Rebecca Minkoff show had some sort of hodgepodge of 60s and 70s. And can we talk about the incredible shoes every model was sporting? I need a pair of those ASAP.

Looks 3, 31, 37, and 38 from Tibi
Tibi always gets me with the neutrals. There's always something so simply chic about their collections that has me heart eyes every season. Plus, how can I not go gaga over a collection that has a liberal amount of sequins?

Looks 5, 13, 34, 35, 36, 37 from Christian Siriano
Shoutout to my friend Aly for making me see the true talent behind Christian Siriano. I always rooted for him on Project Runway, but when have you ever seen a name from that show do it this big? This collection was the perfect amount of neutrals with the splash of color at the end. It had texture, it had intrigue, and most importantly, it had feathers, and lots of them.

Looks 8, 13, 35, and 38 from Altuzarra
Apparently, designers drew from Spain a lot for their spring collections. From Derek Lam 10 Crosby to Altuzarra, the Spanish inspiration is apparently in the shoe choices and intricate designs. It's all about details, details, details.

Looks 7, 12, and 19 from Monique Lhuillier
The Monique Lhuillier collection was lively, full of punchy colors and bold florals to really amp up the spring/summer mood. There was a disarray amongst the shoe choice, some bearing pops or color and other bringing an embellishment or thick strap to the table.

What did you love during day three of NYFW?

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