[Richard Chai, Nicholas K.; Images above via MBFashionWeek.com]
Now that New York Fashion Week has drawn to a close, we can look back at some of the major looks, trends, and our overall favorites, and group them accordingly. We gathered together some our ready to wear favorites that can be easily adapted from the runway into your regular wardrobe choices. Richard Chai LOVE hit a home run this season with oversized blazers and bountiful layering in a darker palette, while Nicholas K’s girl is pretty much the coolest chic around, bringing back a strong country western vibe into fashion with 10 gallon styled hats to complete the look.
[Nanette Lepore, Nicole Miler; images via MBFashionWeek.com]
Walter, Candela, and Timo Weiland know quite well how to work the stylish, casual, and slightly tomboyish appeal.
Nanette Lepore, Milly by Michelle Smith, L.A.M.B., and Nicole Miller took a straightforward walk back in time to clearly allude to the best of the ’60s and ’70s fashion with a thrown in sense of whimsy and to not take fashion entirely serious. As Nicole Miller aptly notes in the program, “the past plays out in the present.”
[Max Mara Atelier (image via WWD.com), Moncler Grenoble (image via Moncler)]
MaxMara Atelier took the best of casual and luxurious elements to create a great, wear-anywhere collection of coats, while Moncler Grenoble showed us how warm their products are, literally put to the test by the models during the presentation on Wollman Rink in Central Park,