I can’t be the only fashion lover that says goodbye to her social life, so I can keep up with the fashion month. Fashion weeks held at New York, London and Milan, with more than fifteen fashion shows a day, events, presentations and launching parties. It’s too hard to keep up with everything, so we’ve got you all of the highlights you shouldn’t have missed from the three fashion weeks!
- Tom Ford kicked off NYFW after two-season hiatus with an abundance of bright dresses
The collection had a split between athletic-derived sportswear and powered women goddess gowns. “I’ve been living in L.A. and people wear sports clothes in the daytime, and in the evening they wear mega evening wear,” Ford said, post-show. “It had to be luxe. And my woman has always been sexy. If you’re wearing some leather pants with just a swimsuit, it seemed like the right thing.”
- Jason Wu twisted the flowers on his show, and launched his new fragrance
Jason Wu gave the floral dotted decoration around his show location, which was overwhelming. Giving these spring vibes, the collection was a reference to the beauty of nature enhancing the flower-patterned wrap-around dresses. A collection that is graceful and stylish, which is slightly different for Wu who used to dress the former first lady of USA, Michelle Obama to formal political events.
- Brandon Maxwell showcased “every girl’s dream” collection!
Maxwell took fashion to the club, and his collection has already gone with it. Regardless of the sweeping bridal dress that Supermodel Karlie Kloss closed the show with. The collection was such a cocktail party, where things got sleek like red jersey skirts and evening coats, in addition to little white dresses and leopard print spots! This was Brandon Maxwell doing his thing and empowering a young female fan base in the process.
- #WangFest: Alexander Wang’s show was a bang
“It was this idea that I wanted to do something really optimistic and playful, and say that, hey, let’s have fun with clothes,” Wang said. “This is the idea of opening up your closet. You don’t know where you’re going or what you’re gonna do, but you’re gonna dress up and put on what you love and find something to do.”
- Baby-Model Kaia Gerber has it in her veins
You’ve probably heard about the 90s Supermodel Cindy Crawford’s daughter, who just turned 16, and is already killing it in her HF career. Kaia made her first runway appearance at NYFW, and broke the internet minutes after she hit the runway with her slayer catwalk and opened Alexander Wang show. Well, she’s probably talented by blood!
- Oscar De La Renta took everyone’s breath away
Oscar De La Renta’s Spring collection was full of dreamy gowns and gorgeous dress, with colors and volume that definitely took our breaths away. The brand’s feminine colorful dresses made an impact the moment they hit the runway by an escalator.
- Ralph Lauren took everyone on a car adventure
On Ralph Lauren’s 50th anniversary, the designer took everyone away from his usual show site, this time showcasing his collection in his garage, by his famous stable cars, which include some of the rarest models in the world. 250 guest were invited to celebrate his 50 years’ anniversary in the industry, watch the show, and enjoy sitting down on a runway positioned among some vintage Jaguars, McLarens and other beautiful machines.
- Marc Jacobs finale in silence
The Marc Jacobs finale was mystifying to watch the models hit the vast area for a runway in complete silence. “In all its beautiful silence on the last night of a gruelling New York Fashion Week that’s seen its share of the opposite – loud late night happenings are a thing here – the show was both breathtaking and mystifying,” said Anders Christian Madsen, Vogue’s fashion critic.
- Meanwhile in London, Ralph and Russo showcased its first-ever ready-to-wear collection
Let me take a moment to obsess on my favorite couture brand! British couture brand lead by Tamara Ralph and Michael Russo, is always a regular on “Paris Couture Fashion Week” schedule, but for this fashion month, the designers brought its signature to the capital. After seven years of heavenly dreamy couture, the runway is finally blessed with a ready-to-wear collection.
- Donatella Versace’s “Versus” is based on archives chopped up, then collaged back together
Versace’s new line named Versus, is a collection of street style garments, away from the vintage Versace, to please the younger generation. Blue jeans, red jeans, cowboy flacons, western elements, adorned dresses, tops and skirts are all part of the collection.
- Julien MacDonald’s show was epic!
Opened by Winnie Harlow and closed by Alessandra Ambrosio, the show had 40 looks of sparkly garments made into art. The show was a bang, the lineup was fire, and these are enough to make a collection standout!
- Tommy Hilfiger and Gigi Hadid ended LFW with a bang!
A great ending to a great fashion week by Designer Tommy Hilfiger showcasing his collaboration collection with Model Gigi Hadid for their third season. The line is a see-now-buy-now, which means that the garments are available for sale once they hit the runway. The collection is inspired by American hip-hop culture from the nineties, which is a huge transition for Tommy and his preppy brand value.
- All the way to Italy, Alberta Ferreti killed it at Milan Fashion Week
“I wanted to give my signature sense of lightness an added depth of sensuality and surprise” -Alberta Ferretti. Because when wasn’t Ferreti a killer show?
- Moschino surprised everyone with models in nothing but flowers
“The novice becomes the prima ballerina. The seed becomes the flower. The caterpillar becomes the butterfly. There’s a metamorphosis going on,” “Flowers are always such a stereotype of spring, so I thought, how do I take this stereotype and make it mine? It became literally flowers,” Scott said about the collection.
- Versace’s tribute was epic, emotional and iconic!
“Gianni, this is for you!” As the finale finished, a curtain was pushed back to reveal 90s Supermodels Carla Bruni, Claudia Schiffer, Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford and Helena Christensen waiting in gold gowns. What an epic tribute to Gianni Versace, Donatella’s brother and the real man behind Versace, whose tragic death happened nearly 20 years ago. An epic tribute to an iconic designer.