New York Fashion Week is the talk of the town as classic fashion houses defend their legacies from up and coming brands with eyes to upend conventions. We dropped in on a few shows that stood out from the NYFW pack.
Hit play to catch up on some of our favorite moments thus far and hear from the designers themselves.
We got going with David Hart, who mixed his Americana style with Parisien streetwear for a line of French New Wave-inspired looks.
Death to Tennis
Designers William Watson and Vincent Oshin of Death to Tennis spiffed up their dark lineup with floral prints and utility details for a more elevated look.
Bibhu Mohapatra’s premium and RTW collections saw purples, pinks and red that paid homage to his mother and Indian heritage.
Next up was Tadashi Shoji who, inspired by the #MeToo and Times Up movements, offered “bold, unapologetic” pieces that exude feminine confidence.
And finally, Carlisle, under its new creative director Fred Tutino, made a statement NYFW debut with their nod to “powerful New Yorkers.”