As the snow falls in New York City designers, models, and buyers gather for fall winter 2017 collections. The runways fill with floral prints, tweed, variations on sleeves, and a little shoulder.
Winter fashion will be beautiful roses in print and embroidery, plaids, and prints. Tadashi Shoji‘s collection presents sheer flowing rose printed gown with a romantic feel. Tadashi Shoji’s collection stays true to his design aesthetics, that tailored to flatter all women adding a confidence and beauty to their fashion.
Adam Selman’s collection is full of the rose trend for fall winter with embroidered roses. Denim jumpsuits, jackets, and skits. Adam Selman’s brings the element of surprise down the runway. One model with a black veil draping her face carrying a large bouquet of roses and greenery.
Desigual, brand from Barcelona, brings the ordinary to unique extraordinary with the prints. The combination of intense geometric shapes and stories telling prints. This collections brings emotion and a true sensory experience to the collection.
Many collections bring a little shoulder to the winter collections. This adds a nice sex appeal to the designs. Nicholas K is a designed by brothers, Nicholas and Christopher Knuz, they provide a soft chic splendid richness to their collection.
Erin Fetherston’s fall winter collection brings the cold shoulder to the front of the collection. The cocktail dresses and gowns have a 1970s retrospect. The dresses created with chiffon and satin tiers and fringe adding a nice movement and volume. This stays with the whimsical feminine sensibility.
The play on sleeves continued through out all collections. The shawl with sleeves, bell sleeves, sheer, opened shoulder, sleeves flowing past the hands, sleeves with fingerless gloves, and hanging sleeves. The hanging sleeve popular on the red carpet recently. Erin Fetherston and Nicholas K’s collections play on the sleeves.
The color seen through out the runways on day one, red. The beautiful winter color is seen in Adam Selma, Tadashi Shoji, Brock, and Nicholas K. The red trend is found in men and women’s fashion for autumn and winter. This color makes a statement without doing much. Red is happiness, alluring, present a person in charge, and a little devilish.
Fall winter ready wear fashion is just getting started. Will these trends from the first day continue to Europe and back to LA? What is your favorite from the New York City fashion week? Post your response here #4ChionStyle.
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