Roll up, roll up as New York’s dominant annual fashion gala has commenced! Expect the considerable contemporariness of budding designers such as Kye as well as the classic favoured brands that continue to influence all designers today, one being that of the preppy old-school attire of Lacoste. Not only the tremendous extent of catwalks but also numerous releasing of New York street style as attendants swarm towards the Bryant Park venue to witness spectacles of garments and the astounding expertise of various professionals in the exceedingly creative fashion industry. Besides the extensive potency of Paris, London, Berlin and Milan, New York fashion week is of compelling significance hosting the presentation of a multitude of Autumn/Winter collections of which have each left an immense number of people in vast anticipation for the best. Not only does this pivotal event showcase fascinating yet surprising forms of fashion trends but it initiates the start of fashion tendencies worn by everyday people likewise to ourselves.
Having your own label included in this particular fashion show can open up staggeringly prodigious opportunities considering that perched amongst the spectators are acclaimed names of Anna Wintour from Vogue, Robbie Myers from Elle and Glenda Bailey from Harpeer’s Bazaar, all of which are curious of the next substantial craze. These lucrative journalists can convert your local clothes store into a chain brand phenomenon just from one mention in their immensely prosperous and widely-read magazines. Additionally, New York fashion week is a primary occasion for aspiring models due to the fact that casting sessions raise in demand as a result of the recent plentiful of garments the show accustomed. In particular, the models want to be in the higher-end designers attire, i.e. Marc Jacobs and Chanel so, similar to the incipient designers, they can be perceived more competently establishing more prominent modelling opportunities. T Magazine recently published an article presenting 7 models that of which are expected to become prosperous this upcoming season after walking the New York Fashion Week. The names were: Vanessa Moody (Women Management), Max Esken (Tomorrow is Another Day), Mona Matsuoka (IMG), Luca Stascheit (VNY Model Management), Alewya Demmisse (Women Management), Robbie McKinnon (Fusion) and Clarence Charrondiere (The Lions).
The Spring 2015 Collections will include: NICHOLAS K, CUTECIRCUIT, BCBGMAXAZRIA, RAOUL, RICHARD CHAI, SUPIMA, JAY GODFREY, TADASHI SHOJI, DESIGUAL, TOME, MARISSA WEBB, TODD SNYDER, MESKITA, GRUNGY GENTLEMAN, FASHION LAW INSTITUTE, STELLA NOLASCO, PROJECT RUNWAY, MARK AND ESTEL, ZIMMERMANN, CARMEN MARC VALVO, TRINA TURK, REBECCA MINKOFF, SAUNDER, NICOLE MILLER, MONIQUE LHUILLIER, CHARLOTTE RONSON, AUGUST GETTY, CROWN BY COLIN KING, RUFFIAN, LACOSTE, LIE SANGBONG, SON JUNG WAN, ALON LIVNÉ, MARA HOFFMAN, HERVÉ LÉGER BY MAX AZRIA, LUIS ANTONIO, MALAN BRETON, ACADEMY OF ART UNIVERSITY, ANYA CALIENDO, VENEXIANA, FASHION SHENZHEN, DAVID TLALE, CZAR BY CESAR GALINDO, KATYA ZOL, DKNY, CUSTO BARCELONA, ETXEBERRIA, VIVIENNE TAM, FASHION SHENZHEN EXHIBIT, NANETTE LEPORE, NANETTE LEPORE PRESENTED BY MARIST COLLEGE, PARKCHOONMOO, LELA ROSE, CAROLINA HERRERA, TAORAY WANG, TOMMY HILFIGER, ANGEL SANCHEZ, DENNIS BASSO, FRANCESCA LIBERATORE, GEORGINE, DONNA KARAN NEW YORK, REEM ACRA, LIBERTINE, OUDIFU, TORY BURCH, J.CREW, VIVIENNE HU, BADGLEY MISCHKA, MM6 MAISON MARTIN MARGIELA, NOON BY NOOR, CONCEPT KOREA, DIESEL BLACK GOLD, JENNY PACKHAM, NAEEM KHAN, PEDRO DEL HIERRO MADRID, PAMELLA ROLAND, SKINGRAFT, ZANG TOI, THE ART INSTITUTES, MICHAEL COSTELLO, FALGUNI AND SHANE PEACOCK, BIBHU MOHAPATRA, BOSS, BETSEY JOHNSON, CLOVER CANYON, ANNA SUI, RICARDO SECO, ERIN FETHERSTON, B. MICHAEL AMERICA, RALPH LAUREN, J. MENDEL
Regarding the audiences outfits, my personal favourite was that of Marie Claire USA’s senior fashion-editor Zanna Roberts Rassi attiring a scarlet Dolce and Gabbana two-piece of a crop top and an a-line skirt featuring a remarkably dainty rose embroidery pattern. Zanna placed this elegant set with the standard black chain cross body bag along with the formidable refinement of some bleach white brogues that thoroughly complimented the silver jewellery of which she wore upon her wrist, fingers and ears. The reason behind my love for this combination was the fact that it is a mix of both a truly present-day style of apparel however there is also quite a vintage aspect placed, this is shown particularly through the white brogues of which brogues tend to be a classical form of attire where as the vacant colour of white is genuinely modern.
Another guest’s attire that appealed to me was that of Morgan Saylor. Mum style apparel has recently been a prevailing trend and Morgan presented how effective this style can be with a figure-hugging denim skirt paired with a polka dot see-through blouse. Even-though navy upon navy sounds likewise to that of an inordinately disastrous colour clash, the specific pairing of the colour ended greatly and gave me a large reminiscence of the mum style denim skirt era of the 1970s, more emphasis was placed upon this idea with the polka-dot print which, to be honest, I usually despise polka-dot yet I found this combination totally superlative.
Personally, I am hugely looking forward to an imminent month of new models, new designers and new street style but overall, my prospects are set high for the garments designers of which I already have a passion for are going to wonderingly display. These provocative fashion movements don’t stop after the ending of New York Fashion Week, they continue to venture on into London, Milan, Berlin and Paris as internationally fashion enthusiasts get discovered. This event is certainly one of the highly astonishing pin-points of the fashion industry’s calendar furthermore with its other Fashion Week situation during the month of February. Overall, it is an abundantly prevalent desire of mine to be sat within one of the crowds contained in this impacting week of sui-generis design.