Theatrics was a major part, especially in terms of the setups, on Day 6 of New York Fashion Week Fall’18. The collections definitely backed up the theme of the runways. These collections truly focused on unique personal preferences. Of course, you could easily pick an outfit from any one of these shows, and you would definitely make a statement. Here are our favourites from Day 6:
Badgley Mischka’s collection was all about a glamorous night out. The ornate gowns and the jazzy tailored suits were something that a girl would want to wear for a red-carpet event or even for a soiree.
It was like going to an art exhibit. The standard seating was discarded for a more interactive session. But it was not just the setup, even the clothes that graced this unconventional runway had some stunning, artistic sartorial details.
Gabriela Hearst introduced androgyny in a very utilitarian way. Clean lines and structured silhouettes played a big part of the collection. Also, the minimal polo hat was the signature element that was spotted on the runway.
Coach took their audience into the woods with their setup. It wasn’t just the runway that set the mood. The paisley prints, modern prairie dress and leather accessories together made for an exciting collection.
From vibrantly embroidered numbers to kimono inspired blouse, Naeem Khan’s collection was a cultural mix that would please anyone. Whether it’s a see-through evening dress or embellished tracksuits or statement pantsuits, the idea was to be the centre of attention. If not the clothes, those unique top hats would do the trick.
Vaquera’s show was a psychedelic trip to the good old college days. Every outfit was different from the other, like the personalities walking down the hallway. The unique silhouettes were definitely made to make a statement.
It was Jason Wu‘s last showcase for Boss womenswear, and it was an epic one for sure. The collection had numbers that working women would pick from easily. Also, these outfits would work well from an on-duty to off-duty look.
When the invite itself is a popcorn bag, you know there’s more to come. Believe it or not, the runway was full of popcorns. Imagine what a fun it was to see oversized boxy coats and floor duster dresses showing up on the runway. Add to the mix some metallic gloves, monkey caps, cool sweaters and jackets inspired by bike safety vests; all this made for a helluva show.
Which one of these epic collections did you like the best? Tell us in the comments below.