The fashion month is on! Starting with New York Fashion Week we are excited to share our opinion about runway collections and street style. theREMODA founder and fashion consultant Olya Dzilikhova, as usual, has her own professional opinion about all the events happening. Without further due, here is Olya's review:
Let's recap New York fashion week. It actually had many different events and themes happening which is very interesting. Not sure because it was official fashion week going on or because everyone wanted to attend it. Here are some interesting things that I noticed.
Thom Browne was all about drama. It was always like that before and he continued his aesthetics in the latest collection as well. His clothes are always wearable and "realistic" for everyday life.
Coach went other direction. In their previous collections they were playing it safe, all clothing was too "everyday style". This time they decided to play around with beauty and imperfection. Dresses with wrapped skirts mixed with corsets are exactly the thing that showcased the new brand's direction.
NY Times proclaimed a new "trend of wearable clothes", and I absolutely loved it! Khaite and Gabriela Hearst are rulling it. I love the fact that they do not create boring clothes but instead do amazing wearables that you can easily implement in your everyday wardrobe. These clothes can be everything but boring.
One of my absolute favorite shows was Marc Jacobs. He truly came back to his genius style and reminded me of his early 2000s era. He paid a tribute to Vivienne Westwood with classic platforms, corsets, and skirts.
My favorite trend is wearable fashion, and here come Gabriela Hearst, Saint John, Khaite, and Philip Lim. They are absolute legends.
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