Saturday, 20 February 2016

The best of NYFW

New York Fashion Week has drawn to a close so I thought I'd do a quick post featuring some of my favourite AW16/17 collections shown in New York. I didn't catch any of the shows online but I've been keeping up to date through instagram, snapchat and the Vogue website (obvs).

3.0 Phillip Lim

Let's go against the rules and start with the best first (obviously this is my opinion and personal preference on the best - it may not be yours). I absolutely loved the 3.1 Phillip Lim collection, the pieces were all so wearable and the combination of colour, texture and the fit of the clothes created the perfect balance between edgy and feminine.
See the full collection here:

Victoria Beckham

I definitely think VB found her calling in life in fashion and I like to think if I was super chic and cool these are the kind of outfits I would wear. Stripes and navy are always a favourite and I love the patent, pointed cut-out shoe as it adds a bit of depth to an otherwise simple look.

See the full collection here

Rag & Bone

As much as I'd love to be one of those uber cool, chic girls that look smart every day (see above) I'm just not. Give me a parka and oversized knit and I'm happy, hence my joy at seeing both on the catwalk from Rag & Bone. The muted colour scheme compliments the casual style of the whole collection and if it wasn't for the price tag I would be treating myself to that khaki jumper.
See the full collection here

Alexander Wang

Fluff, leather, chains and chokers - what's not to love?

See the full collection here

Image credit: Vogue (

I'm currently on my way to London (in First Class because it was an extra £3 - amazing) and I'm hoping to join in on some of the LFW fun over the next few days. Let me know in the comments if you're attending any London Fashion Week events - hope to see some of you there.


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