NYFW spring/summer 2018


New York fashion week is over but we can easily say it was one of our favorite fashion weeks ever. This season, one and only Tom Ford - a very famous American designer – not only returned to New York's fashion week but also opened the show. NYFW took place in the Park Avenue Armory, and the atmosphere inside was just as Tom Ford’s new fragrance – “F*cking Fabulous”. 


The guest list was full of actors, artists, influencers – all the celebs you can think of came to see what is going to be trendy next season. After the end of the show, the site transformed into a crazy and fabulous after-party, where topless waiters in short shorts offered drinks to the fascinated guests. 


Raf Simons, a Belgian designer and the creative director at Calvin Klein, brought to the first row all the talented and creative people of different ages from all around the world. His new collection was inspired by American diners’ waiters’ uniforms and traditional suits along with such elements as chick long gowns and full skirts. The model of the moment Kaia Gerber, who made her runway debut, wore one of the diner-inspired opening looks.


Ralph Lauren's show took place in the garage where he keeps his prestigious car collection. The 250 guests chauffeured from the city to Bedford Hills, NY, where they were able to observe his vintage cars over Champagne before the show started. His second buy-now-wear-now collection was the first time Lauren showcased his men's and women's collections together.


On the runway Bella Hadid wore a stunning bright red strapless gown with a tulle skirt and was followed by Kendall Jenner in a striking yellow and black full-skirted gown - both inspired by the theme of the show. Other gowns were long and sleek in cobalt blue and metallic gray that contrasted with a mainly black and white palette of the suits, dresses and trousers for daywear.


Prabal Gurung debuted his anticipated collaboration with Tasaki, the Japanese fine jeweler, where he was recently named global creative director. His clothes collection was bright, vivid tones, such as vibrant shades of blue, green, yellow and pink - to celebrate women's beauty. His runway was more diverse than ever, with the Hadid sisters, Ashley Graham, and Andreja Pejic among the boldfacers. Along celebrities such as Jamie King, Olivia Palermo and Sabrina Carpenter, it was the feminist icon Gloria Steinem, who was the real star of the front row set.



Last show of NYFW was the Marc Jacobs show. It was highly anticipated as always. Staged at Park Avenue Armory uptown with no elaborate set, no fancy lighting and no music, just like his last show, all models walked only to the sounds of their shoes on the old wood planks. There were turbans pinned with jeweled brooches with almost every look, lots of swirling '60s-style printed column dresses with black opera gloves, and embellishment in all shapes, colors and forms, including metallic colored tinsel on sandals and sparkly boas. Nicki Minaj, Emily Ratajkowski, Cindy Crawford, Zosia Mamet and Julia Cumming were some of the stars in the audience. The Hadid sisters each took a lap, as did Kendall Jenner, Teddy Quinlivan, Selena Forrest, Taylor Hill, Lexi Boling, and Binx Walton. Kaia Gerber closed the show.



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