This season, New York fashion week returns to a glamorous elegance infused with haute couture, a seduction that is both singular and festive, with a timeless chic that forsakes sportswear influences.
In parallel with the referent personnality of Tom Ford, Michael Kors, to Marc Jacobs
We are witnessing a certain renaissance for a free-spirited and joyous fashion, more underground, especially with the return of Helmut Lang and the emergence of new generation labels.
Pastelized freshness with acidulous greediness to consumewithout moderation.
In day version, enveloping, comforting to face the cold polar with optimism
On its evening version, sensual with fluidity draped or more structured in lamé or satin.
Maximized, patchwork, or semi-neo-liberty, the flowers evaporate on floaty blouses and dresses with the sweet 70’s reminiscence.
Oscar de la Renta
Wallpaper, tapestry, they appear in “copy and paste” accessories and garments match, playing a tone-on-tone complicity.
Oscar de la Renta
80’s Glamorous Chic or tachist retro panther patterns express themselves on ample volumes, slightly puffy; to Carrot pants or blouses up to the total look.
More rebels, they take “grungy -surplus”, on oversized volumes and tend to hiding with neo-romantic florets on a black background.
Timeless, the pantsuit is redrawn, reworking the proportions according to original cuts, with an elongated sharpness sharpened, ungender volumes with deconstructed details or sophistry with a flamboyant accuracy with nostalgic wink, large collar, shoulders and narrow waist.
Hellessy and Proenza Schouler
Tom Ford and Michael Kors
Deceptively wise, mesh connects with the pearl or silky headscarf to turns into a sophisticated neck strap or release in divinely sensual embellishment, a play of straps for evening dress.