Color block, florals and lots of details at NY Fashion Week

Color block, florals and lots of details at NY Fashion Week

While we are here hoping that the sun will come with everything for us to enjoy the Carnival blocks, in the northern hemisphere NY Fashion Week is going on with trends for the autumn / 2020 ready-to-wear. If you give a Google you will see that there must be a jaw-dropping cold there. And what do we do? Go ahead anticipating the desire to wear winter clothes, which soon arrives here!
Very vibrant colors, in more elegant looks or more streets, arrived with everything to give that above on the coldest days looking like Wednesday. It has a lot of inspiration about asymmetrical cuts, different volumes and of course, shine! Check out the list of the highlights of New York Fashion Week, NYFW!

Color Block at NY Fashion Week

Surely this is the bet of this fashion week. With very heavy clothes, to protect from the cold that begins in the fall of New York, the idea is to bring lots of colors to warm your eyes with so much vibration! At least it is this bet of Carolina Herrera, Sander Lak Oscar de la Renta, Sies Marjan and Christopher John Rogers. And I loved it!

Oscar de La Renata

Oscar de La Renata made reference to photos of the famous black and white ball by Truman Capote, from 1966. But, bringing many looks totally colorful and combined with black – great option to unite two passions and bet on black color trends.

Color block, florals and lots of details at NY Fashion Week

Photo: Vogue

Sies marjan

Sies Marjan brought a collection totally influenced by a Guggenheim exhibition that talks about changes in rural landscapes. Sies Marjan bet on some bright colors, like gold and shiny daffodil. But, he also took a chance on the tangerine and a yellow cape!

Color block, florals and lots of details at NY Fashion Week

Photo: Vogue

Christopher John Rogers

Christopher John Rogers went to get the colors right at the source: the rainbow! Bright, citrus hues were followed by chartreuse, fuchsia and at least nine different shades of purple. Here, the cuts are also super interesting and the proposal of the immense skirts is to keep your jaw dropped.

Color block, florals and lots of details at NY Fashion Week

Photo: Vogue

Carolina Herrera

Carolina Herrera brought shades of blue Yves Klein, cadmium red and carrot orange, but also had the balance with some black looks, to give that calming to those who like to bet on the Gothic.

Color block, florals and lots of details at NY Fashion Week

Photo: Vogue

Carolina Herrera and the A format

Carolina Herrera, created by Wes Gordon, brought an almost complete collection in the A format. If you look, the clothes are all letter-shaped, almost like the Pope’s clothes. It is a great inspiration to get out of the traditional more square or tube shapes.

Color block, florals and lots of details at NY Fashion Week

Photo: Vogue

There are also other dares with asymmetric volumes and the use of multiple layers. Ah, not to mention the extremely flashy colors too – oh, I’m almost convinced to stop using black and bet on some colors as well – UAL!

Inspiration through flowers

In addition to the colors, something to give joy and remember spring in the middle of autumn is the flowers! Carolina Herrera used a rose made with black and white lines, Tory Burch brought the art of Francesca DiMattio and Adam Lippes with an English garden painting in embroidery.

Color block, florals and lots of details at NY Fashion Week

Photo: Vogue

Another one that caught a lot of attention was Jason Wu’s wildflowers. Here they were not in printed floral motifs, but as a reference for the texture of the looks. Amazing how flowers can inspire in different ways!

Color block, florals and lots of details at NY Fashion Week

Photo: WWD

Jewelry and accessories

Now let’s pay attention to the details! The hats, jewelry and glasses used are very inspiring. write more from the photos.

Color block, florals and lots of details at NY Fashion Week

Photo: She

Hats of this style more … are very different, but it can be a good one for those who want to innovate. The tip is to start using some that are more comfortable and then some riskier models.

Handbags

Handbags really are part of the very important look. It makes you want to have one of each color, model, size … And that is the proposal now, to dare in sizes and formats that were little used before. There are models from soooo small to big ones!

Color block, florals and lots of details at NY Fashion Week

Photo: She

What has also become a trend are these bag style bags, which have no handles and are carried in the hands. It is interesting because it brings a cooler detail to the look, no matter how serious the fabric or color is.

Colorful jackets on the streets of NY Fashion Week

I love it when the street becomes the catwalk itself and gives us a lot of inspiration! With the cold weather there, NY Fashion Week visitors brought a proposal that goes well with the show. To protect from the cold: huge coats in classic cuts, and to liven up: colors!

Color block, florals and lots of details at NY Fashion Week

Photo: Vogue

The colorful coat can come as a key piece to the look. That is, it can be very basic underneath that the colored piece brings what is missing to give that blow!

It’s time to shine: Tom Ford!

While the shows were taking place in NY, Tom Ford held his own event in Los Angeles, to get closer to the red carpet, which happened in the same period. What a power huh!

Color block, florals and lots of details at NY Fashion Week

Photo: Vogue

Here what impresses me most are some printed looks! It has some very bold mixes of prints and fabrics too. Another boldness are the shirts, with a lot of transparency, cut on the shoulders and very large – I found it very sexy!
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I’m enjoying this heat, but with such a beautiful look, I confess I was excited to use these colors next season. Are you anxious? Calm down, there’s still a lot to happen, a lot of body and hair hydration in this heat!

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