Fashion Week Day 6

Da Jenny Packham a Marc by Marc Jacobs, da Tory Burch a Vera Wang, la New York Fashion Week FW 2015/2016 continua a emozionare con collezioni che traggono ispirazione da arte, cinema, viaggio e non solo.

The New York Fashion Week FW 2015/2016 has passed the halfway point and, in spite of those who believed that the departure of Mercedes-Benz and the changes in progress would be due to a subdued event, continues to provide exciting collections, alternating design research and extreme experimentation in classical style and marked. And the parades of theday 6, with a mix of innovation and tradition that draws heavily from film, art, literature and traveling, they merely confirm the trend.

Art as fashion and fashion as art

Art is one of the favorite muse of fashion and further confirmation comes from the catwalks of the sixth day of New York Fashion Week FW 2015/2016. Jenny Packham fact said he was inspired by” a quick visit to the Museo del Prado in Madrid”to achieve its collection.”Caught” by the works of Raimundo de Madrazo y Garreta, the designer has borrowed in its leaders the artist’s aesthetic, offering long and short dresses, palazzo pants jumpsuit and streamlined, richly embroidered lines combined with woven sequined coats, from striking three-dimensional effect. A road well traveled by Badgley Mischka, who sent models in the catwalk with dresses with sophisticated Byzantine style work, and Lupe Gajardo, who instead paid tribute to modern art with leaders who explore the way of minimalism with clean lines, prints and decorations kept to a minimum and a mix of poor and precious fabrics.

From cinema to fashion

Cinematograph contamination seen in the collections of the sixth day of New York Fashion Week are many and varied, but they all have in common the operation revival. Rodarte, for example, sent to the catwalk in leggings and leather shorts models swathed in Sandy style second manner of Grease , giving new breath to the Seventies theme with plenty of lace, tulle, feathers and sequins that echo clothes and suggestions 30s, while Marc by Marc Jacobs was inspired by the 1979 film the Warriors ( as well as to political posters Jeremy Deller and the opera the Guardian Angels of William Morris) for a collection that mixes militaristic elements, graphic art and biker style leather skirts, tartans and printed denim, skinny trousers, mannish jackets and berets wearing trodden in head. Straight out instead direttemente from American Graffiti proposal FW 2015/2016 of Lela Rose, with her ​​sleeveless by a full skirt to the knee, the tailored jackets and a widespread mood etiquette, as well as that of Georgine pays openly pledged to the movie atmospheres as Saturday Night Fever and Stayin’Alive. The iridescent fabrics and bright colors fact describe bodycon dresses with deep necklines “V”, soft high-waisted pants and shorts, shirts and longdress with fluid forms, worn with short jackets and maxi fur. Finally, in hoods with wide necks and trail of Naeem Khan and Zang Toi and mannish style complete with the latter peep out of iconic film costumes as Star Wars and Cabaret.

inspirational styles Journey

Marrakech meets Chelsea is the main theme of the collection FW 2015/2016 presented at New York Fashion Week by Tory Burch, mixing processes and derivation of Moroccan embroidery declared prints taste Brit glam, playing with volumes and proportions to create dresses, skirts, pants, shirts and outerwear practical and elegant, casual and unconventional. For Michael Costello, however, the journey is a tribute to the traditions of Japan, with women who are both geisha and samurai, while in the case of Oscar de la Rentahas a time value, with an excursus through the bohemian style canons.