NYFW: ROUND UP DAY 1 – SPRING 2016 COLLECTIONS

Happy New York Fashion Week! That’s right, it’s that time of year again fashonistas. New York City is officially the home of all the hottest collections for Spring/Summer 2016. Not only are there new designs but also new venues where the shows are happening. In case you didn’t know Lincoln Center is no longer the home base for fashion week in the city that never sleeps. It’s basically everywhere around town from the Skylight at Moynihan Station and Skylight Clarkson Square in Soho and beyond. On September 10th the runway shows and presentations started bright and early and have been going throughout the muggy, overcast city day. Our top pick of the day was Tadashi Shoji, who is not only a recurring favorite but never disappoints. Season after season he presents his vision with a creative tenacity that women just love. On this occasion, his show was elegantly inspired by the Japanese gardens. There were perfectly designed frocks with floral embroideries, sheer, tulle and a feeling of soft femininity. On the other extreme, there was the collection by Nicholas K. This collection was inspired by parachutes, free fall and was called, ‘Terminal Velocity’. There were many monochromatic tones that included oversized tent dresses, ponchos, parachute cords and uneven patchwork panels. A strong utilitarian approach for women next spring.

Looking to see when designers are showing their collections in the coming days? You can visit the official site NYFW  or visit NYMag.com. There you can also watch the live streams or repeats of past live shows. More fashion runway details coming to One Style at a Time, so make sure you are following on Twitter and Instagram for all the live coverage. Also, sign up for emails alerts right on the home page of the blog. You don’t want to miss our roundup coverage of #NYFW. You miss a minute, you miss a lot!

TADASHI SHOJI

TADASHI SHOJI

TADASHI SHOJI

TADASHI SHOJI
NICHOLAS K

NICHOLAS K

NICHOLAS K

Photo credit: Vogue.com
Nicholas K

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