NYFW comes to an end today. If you aren't following all the action on Snapchat, what are you doing with your life? Get. On. It. Here's a selection of our favorite collections from the SS16 shows and the key things to take away from the season.
Knees went a little weak as soon as I clicked onto the forty-second look from the Giambattista Valli Fall 2014 couture collection. Could it possibly be any more beautiful? Without a doubt this is my favourite look from the shows so far.
For her autumn/winter collection, J JS Lee was inspired by camping. The collection was crisp and formal, anything but what you'd expect to wear on a trip where you stay in a tent. But there were traces of her inspiration throughout - cue coats with tire treds embossed across them and a colour palette taken straight from trees, their leaves and the sky.
When I think of John Rocha a couple of things instantly come to mind. Among them is volume, romance and utter beauty. The designer's most recent collection had those trademarks in spades. The show was full of moody black dresses. Some looked like they had been spun together from spiderwebs that were slowly following apart
Pringle isn’t a brand I’m super familar with. Of course the name rings a bell, it channels a sophistication and a certain class. Turns out that Grace Kelly has been a fan since the 1950s, so it makes sense that I might be drawn to the company, right?
You know that feeling you get when you go to a museum and you've been there for a couple of hours?You've seen so many paintings by incredible artists that you've become overwhelmed by it all. Your mind is a muddle and it has all melted into each other. No matter how breathtaking the next piece is it won't register with you - you've seen too much. At the time I didn't realize it, but that's how I felt when I saw the Lucas Nascimento spring 2014 collection.