NEW YORK FASHION WEEK F/W’2015: DAY 3

Day three of New York Fashion Week showcased a range of global influences. From Concept Korea’s minimalist cuts, Orley’s play with the 1950s, Nicole Miller’s venture through a dark forest to Mongol’s oriental luxe look, the designers maintained an edge in terms of their aesthetics.


 Bringing oriental influence to the forefront Mongol brought about an oriental luxe look on the runway. Showcasing a variety of trends like print, boho in a variety of materials like vinyl, fur, leather in exciting silhouettes, the collection had an experimental twist to the Oriental drape and aesthetics. Oriental influences like wide silk belts, kimono jackets and oriental print were showcased. Striped vinyl pants added a sense of modern quirk. The colour palate was vivid with gold, wine, pink, shades of blue and purple, neutrals like cream, black and white. The overall look was accessorized with bohemian beaded headgear, earrings and belts.

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Drifting towards the old-world charm, Orley, The designer trio showcased a collection with a vintage vibe of the 1950s. The colour palate was sober in shades of grey, white, black, navy blue and green. Polo necks, zig-zag knit patterns and chunky knits warmed up the season a notch higher. The brand’s heritage lies in its knitwear that surely did justice on the runway. A braided cashmere for that matter was made from ten different yarns. The collection was cozy yet chic, a perfect match for that season.

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Nicole Miller’s  collection featured an abundance of luxe furs and metallic on the runway. While some of the earlier looks. According to Hollywood Life Online, Nicole Millers Fall 2015 collection was inspired by “mythic arts and the mysteries of the dark forest as seen through the eyes of illustrators.” It was indeed a breeze through the woods with embroidered elements of the jungle flora and fauna. The collection had a rich exotic appeal.

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Monique Lhuillier showcased some stunning jaw-dropping outfits with mesmerizing lace work. Taking winter to luxurious heights, the designer incorporated fur onto the garments to add to the richness of the jewel tones. The ensembles possessed a sense of elegance and sophistication. The dresses that really stood out today were the metallic gold dresses. The outfits were ideal for evening look.

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Photo Credits: Mercedes Benz New York Fashion Week Online, Getty Images


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