NEW YORK FASHION WEEK F/W’2015: DAY 4
Day four of NYFW had designers going down retro routes of the 70s. Son Jung Wan’s fantasies with fur and metallic, Lacoste’s sporty looks and Hervé Lége’s modern elegance definitely upped the fashion scene for Fall NYFW.
Lacoste: The collection had a sporty feel to it as men walked down majorly in comfy tracksuits, trench coats and suits. It featured checkered prints, vertical stripes, and bold prints like the one which had “Tennis Anyone “written on it. Some of the sporty looks were accessorized with duffle bags and headbands. It had a hint of the Seventies era but with a modern look to it. The colour palate was red, black, pale blue, dark caramel and shades of grey.
Son Jung Wan: The first thing that would strike you while viewing the collection would definitely be the colours. Bright Orange, metallic gold, violet, greys and dull blues in an assortment of silhouettes were presented on the runway. There was no scarcity of fur and in matching colours when it came to Wan’s show. Long coats, short coats with matching shearling trims metallic dresses stood out among the garments showcased. Pointed-toe platforms complemented the bright and edgy ensembles. It also had a hint of the retro hints of the 70s in terms of colour palate and silhouettes.
Hervé Léger by Max Azria: The collection had a minimal colour palate of neutrals like black, white, grey and a touch of dull sea-blue. The garment started with a showcase of fitted short dresses with triangular elements in terms of sleeves and cuts moving towards abstract print and edgier looks with metallic embellishments. The overall look merged feminine looks with a modern edge.
Photo Credits: Mercedes Benz New York Fashion Week Online, Getty Images