Bright colors, oversize volumes, transitional look to wear from morning to evening: here’s what we saw at the fourth day of NYFW.
The femininity is made (even) in volumes over. It seems to be the message of the fourth day of New York Fashion Week 2015/16, which saw up on the catwalk colored fashion of Custo Barcelona, the gritty style of DKNY and charming textural games Prabal Gurung.
Maxi-length skirt and pull: to wear from morning to evening
The New York fashion shows of 15 February seem to have as a common denominator the desire to experiment with silhouette, veering from minimal lines exaggerated amplitudes, drawing a new idea of femininity that sees prefer maxi-pull worn with midi skirts and layering, and, in complete, a nice warm and very large coat, as seen on the runways of DKNY and Prabal Gurung.
a transitional look, by wearing the morning or in the evening, because the simple sweater mix + Pencil can be made on occasion with the presence of super-sexy transparencies and slits, which make immediately the unusual and suitable coupled to an evening out.
of volumes: Always winning
Another common denominator of the fourth day of the runways of New York Fashion Week are over volumes of coats and jackets that wrap, Vast, visas look on the catwalk by Ranfan and Custo Barcelona. Warm and comfortable, but always an integral part of the outfit if not the absolute protagonists of the same through the use of patterns and materials and opulent superbrillanti or color “pop” and ringing, able to get noticed and make the femininity of the woman them wearing unique and amazing.
Prints and colors for Fall / Winter 2015/16
It will not be un’inverno colorless and prints, at least according to what was seen during the day. And whether the lively colors of Ranfan and DKNY, ready to illuminate with each look brilliant details, or prints of Custo Barcelona and Prabal Gurung, there is certainly bored.Although, sometimes, it’s nice to veer towards more reassuring black & white texture and simple, or mix a classic white / black / sand as on the catwalk of Vivienne Hu.