New York Fashion Week: September 6
Check out highlights from Saturday’s shows, including sporty-meets-sexy styles at Alexander Wang, odes to Japan from Herve Leger and Tibi, and feminine simplicity from Jill Stuart and Rebecca Taylor.
Sexy silhouettes mixed with sporty details at Alexander Wang—a fresh departure from last season’s masculine-tinged collection.
A master of simplicity, Jill Stuart channeled the ’70s for her spring collection, turning out slouchy separates in cosmetic hues.
Inspired by the Himalayas, Nepalese-American designer Prabal Gurung created a striking palette of rich blues, taupes and grays and balanced flouncy skirts with sharp cutouts and ample asymmetry.
Tibi‘s Amy Smilovic mixed a modern Japanese aesthetic with traditional Peruvian details this season, resulting in a cool-girl culture clash tempered with sleek versatility.
The Japanese theme continued over at Herve Leger‘s spring show–designed by husband and wife duo Lubov and Max Azria—as its signature bandage dresses got the kimono treatment.
No one creates ethereal, feminine frocks quite like Rebecca Taylor, so we were thrilled to hear that “pretty” was the style du jour at her spring show.