01 September '22
New York Fashion Week SS23 Round Up
As the first stop out of the big four, New York has always been applauded for kicking off the month with a bang, and this year was no exception. Celebrities, editors and stylists congregated in the Big Apple for a weekend of sartorial sensations, ranging from catch-your-eye brights to subdued minimalism – find our key takes below.
The Italian invasion
While the show schedule is usually filled with American juggernauts and young trailblazers, this season saw the addition of a few Milanese natives. Fendi debuted their Resort collection honouring the Baguette bag’s 25th anniversary – aka. the original ‘it’ accessory that according to Rebag, was one 2021’s most searched items on resale sites, and for good reason. Saluting Carrie Bradshaw’s famous line, “It’s not a bag, it’s a baguette”, Artistic Director Kim Jones enlisted the help of Sarah Jessica Parker to design four styles. That wasn’t the only Italian brand that showed; under the Manhattan bridge, Marni displayed a collection inspired by Italian pastoral sunrises and sunsets.
Fashion meets nature
Show attendees took time out from the concrete jungle for Echaus Latta, spending a sunny afternoon watching the show from a community garden in Alphabet City. The collection was equally as nature-inspired; with graphic prints of mountains and shells adorning tees while the colour palette went from sand to celery to soil – a prime reminder that our clothing choices also affect our planet. While at Collina Strada, the brand renowned for its eco-friendly collections had Ella Emhoff and other models twirl their fingers like butterflies. But it’s their crystal-embellished broccoli bag that you’ll have seen plastered across your Instagram feed.
Sheer is here to stay
Sexy and sensual clothing has been a popular trend for a few seasons now, and the amount of sheer pieces on display shows it’s not going anywhere. NYFW-stalwarts Proenza Schouler presented a selection of crochet, including a barely-there cowl neck dress modelled by Bella Hadid and made by female artisans in Bolivia. Neon gauzy tailoring unveiled lace corsets at Prabal Gurung , while Victor Glemund went for a ‘90s, Kate Moss approach through transparent, pleated dresses with visible black pants underneath.
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