Coach 1941 Spring 2018

Michael Kors Spring 2018

Greta Constantine Spring 2018

Greta Constantine Spring 2018

Marc Jacobs Spring 2018

Tibi Spring 2018

Tory Burch Spring 2018

Diane von Furstenberg Spring 2018

Oscar de la Renta Spring 2018

Matthew Adams Dolan Spring 2018

Delpozo SS18

Tome SS18

Victoria Beckham Spring 2018

The Row SS18

September 21, 2017

New York Fashion Week is a wrap and several trends are developing. There are still over 185 shows yet to debut their SS18 collections during the remaining show season. Overall, the vibe of the New York shows was unstuffy, honest and refreshingly fun. Rather than stage overt political protests, as was done last season, designers chose to elevate their audiences’ moods with whimsical, freeing designs. Bright, optimistic colors like yellow, lavender and safety orange flooded the runways.
Work clothes were torn apart and put back together again in thrilling, fashion-forward ways. Updated 90s staples like fanny packs, hip-baring bodysuits and low-slung pants. Topping things off, designers sprinkled fairy dust over daywear, encouraging self-expression and self-love at all hours.

Photos: Imaxtree & Thomas Barnes