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The latest fashion trends for women from New York Fashion Week 2019
As Fashion Weeks grip the chic capitals of the world, we uncover our favourite looks and the moments you need to see from New York’s Autumn/Winter ’19 shows.
From the Studio 54-themed collection, we’ll all be craving come party season to the designer debuts on every IT girl’s lips and the significant runway return of an iconic ’90s supermodel, step into the New York Fashion Week action through the hottest designers’ Instagram portals…
A glamorous Studio 54 vibe at the Michael Kors show
Pulling out all the stops for his celebrity-packed morning show in the Big Apple, Michael Kors called on music legend Barry Manilow to bring the beats for his disco-ready collection. Delivering all the Studio 54 feels, the collection featured metallic lamé shirts, glitter-sprinkled suits and slinky sequin-embellished dresses draped with matching feather boas.
High fashion brand Tom Ford wowed with his newest collection
While Tom Ford’s A/W collection was a distinctly more understated affair compared to previous seasons (save for the finale look, which featured a not-so-subtle rhinestone gown), fans of the brand were not left disappointed thanks to the cool, colour-clashing satin and velvet pantsuits, leather blazers and faux fur bomber jackets – a masterclass in the sartorial power of luxe fabrics and expert tailoring.
Old Hollywood glamour at the Rodarte catwalk show
Never a pair to shy away from the bold and beautiful, Rodarte’s ever-creative design duo, the Mulleavy sisters, sought inspiration from Hollywood starlets of the musical cinema from the ’30s through to the ’70s. The theatrical collection featured exaggerated silhouettes adorned with layers of voluminous ruffles embroidered with playful hearts, bows and sequins.
A rainbow spectrum of ruffles at the Tomo Koizumi show
The new generation of up-and-coming talent was out in full force to present their cutting-edge creations to the fashion world. Delivering a fresh take on what the style-savvy set will be wearing for the new season, standout designers debuting at NYFW included names such as Tomo Koizumi and Pierre Davis.
Supermodel Christy Turlington stepped out for the Marc Jacobs show
The fashionable week concluded on a suitably chic note as Christy Turlington made her catwalk comeback to close the Marc Jacobs show. The 50-year-old supermodel drew breaths as she sashayed down the runway in a dramatic off-the-shoulder black gown decked entirely with feathers.