The key word of the just-finished New York season was Me Too. The founder of this movement against sexual assault Tarana Burke even sat front-row at one show, Prabal Gurung. Its influence was subtle yet truly apparent.
Marc Jacobs, the darling of US high-fashion, brought New York Fashion Week to a dramatic finale with show-stopping sharp hats, huge flourishes and extravagant scarves redrawing the silhouette of his woman for fall 2018.
As many labels seek alternatives to traditional Fashion Week runways, the NYC-based brand announced this Wednesday that its Spring 2018 show will take place in a rather more original setting: Disneyland.
Carolina Herrera staged her final show on Monday night, and for her finale she sent out 25 mini versions of herself – elegant figures wearing her signature bright white men’s shirt with floor-length taffeta ball skirts.
Marvel Studios brought "Black Panther" fever to New York Fashion Week, inviting designers to showcase clothes inspired by the iconic movie, already winning rave reviews ahead of its Friday release in the United States.
One witnessed a significant French victory in Chelsea as blue skies returned to Manhattan and Zadig & Voltaire staged a high-octane, rip-roaring Girl Power collection with a telling soupcon of 'Me Too' empowerment.
In the midst of a huge thunderstorm, scores pleaded to enter into the main Porsche showroom of New York on Saturday. Their mission: to witness the latest collection of Artistix, the cult brand directed by Andy Hilfiger.
Sies Marjan is currently the most instinctive brand in New York. Its Dutch designer Sander Lak creates viscerally and the result this season was one of the most experimental, and beautiful, wardrobes seen in Manhattan.
Luxury shoe brand Stuart Weitzman stepped intoNYFW for the first time with a brand new creative director who added chunkier heels designed for comfort to the brand’s signature collection of sky high heels and boots.