In case your Saturday & Sunday were as busy as mine, here’s a recap of the top 3 shows that hit the NYC runway this past weekend.
The Alexander Wang show was typical of the cool, sporty minimalist we all know and love. Reimagined pinstriped button downs, plunging necklines, decimated denim and a whole lot leather & lace made for a collection full of diversified excitement. Plus the big reveal of Wang’s collaboration with Adidas Originals added to the long-awaited show.
Though the runway was filled with florals & pastels, Victoria Beckham’s Spring 2017 collection was anything but typical. Cutout dresses, boxy blouses, & drop waste velvet dresses gave a modern edge to the collection, making each look perfect for the quintessential lady living in the urban world.
Loose silks, off the shoulder sweaters, flared sleeves and slits held together by silver rings – Prabal Gurung once again showed how chic, minimalism can make you feel. Long chartreuse silk skirts, solid knit sweaters in burnt orange and pale rose gowns with sleeves that skimmed the floor: everything in this collection made me want to be that cool, artsy girl who lives in the city and looks like a goddess without trying. Anyone else get that feeling?