Ralph Lauren’s Fall 15 collection pays homage to the woman who expresses individuality with bold creativity. The show begins with flowers and ends with a bow. With a lot of fur, knits and poshness in between.
Runway photos from the Boss Women’s fashion show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Fall on February 18, 2015 in New York City.
Kors’ fall collection was runway reality at its most alluring. He showed both languid and tailored, the former in pretty bias dresses and sweater dressing to die for; the latter working that gender yin-yang crossover — tweeds, trousers, crisp shirts and especially the outerwear, including a trench-cape hybrid […]
Fall’s outing emphasized a long, slender silhouette, made even lankier by the massive, sculptural platform heels (Rodriguez called them clogs, but these seemed far too sexy for the term) that elevated many of the looks. Lean, color-blocked sleeveless coats were layered atop stocking-like knits and magnificently cut high-waisted […]
Former Nina Ricci designer Peter Copping took the reigns for the label’s fall-winter 2015 collection shown on Tuesday during New York Fashion Week.Copping’s approach appeared to pay homage to the late Mr. De La Renta with an outing of ladylike looks that ranged from day to night.
Luella Bartley and Katie Hillier have already secured their girl’s identity through a commendable consistency in the collections — the military references, graphic art, moto jackets and tailored skirts with tulle.
Designer Andreas Melbostad dialed down the sense of embellished glamour that has defined his recent work for a subtle and controlled exercise of opposites—dressing his rock star heroine in an appealing tomboy mix-up that played soft and hard in all the right places
Wang went rogue in her audacity, going dark and moody-broody without the typical outs of youth or fringe status. The palette — black with strategic shots of bright white — heightened the focus on silhouette, whether in a perfectly plain wool-mohair column, tailored pieces with asymmetric draped sleeves […]
Burch fused a pair of aspirational catchwords, “Marrakech meets Chelsea,” the two representative of states of minds as much as physical locations. Guests arrived to a set covered completely in pale, aged Moroccan rugs, both floors and seating.
Rag&Bone duo Marcus Wainwright and David Neville are elevating the idea of who the Rag & Bone girl is. This season she’s adding a side of pretty via lingerie worn in offbeat ways with a proverbial shot of streetwise irony.