What Fashion Week Told Us

Skylar Wright

Features Editor

As New York Fashion Week wraps up in the Big Apple, the styles are just getting started as we take a look to the hottest fall fashion.

The style and new trends came in all forms during Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion Week, which got under way despite weather conditions February 7-14, with models and designers fighting off rain, snow and sleet.

The biggest color this fall will be red, which isn’t much surprise, because when you think of red, you think of warm fires and fall leaves. It’s not being paired with your typical browns and greys this fall, but with jewel colors like bright blues, pinks, rich greens and oranges.

fashion week One piece that is a have to have in your closest is the box shaped sweaters and was paired with a skirt on the runway, but you can pair it with a pant as well to still look trendy.

Fall previews wrap up on Valentine’s Day, with the rescheduled Marc Jacobs show, going heavy on black and other dark colors, one of the many looks seen on the runway over the past week. Tory Burch’s runway offered metallic fabrics and textured pieces. Motorcycle jackets were big for designer Phillip Lim, as were oversized coats. Models at the Alexander Wang show donned fur gloves and hoods, and Prabal Gurung featured military-themed accents. Rebecca Tayler, meanwhile, focused on more structured and tailored designs.

As you can see the trends this fall will be a force to be reckon with as army cameo is becoming more and more popular.



    Cool post!

    Cheers from Paris!

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