Highlights of New York Fashion Week!


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Can you believe it New York Fashion week has been and gone already? If you’ve missed any of the shows from in the big apple for next spring summer lucky enough for you we’re going to give you a quick recap of what’s been a jam packed 8 days of fashion! On day 1 BCBG Max Azria took to the runway in the big apple showcasing their spring collection which  includes a variety of print and sheers with a lovely feminine touch. On day 2 Noon by Narr took  to the catwalk on Saturday showcasing their collection, i love the use of textures included in their pieces. Former spice girl Victoria Beckham took to the runway to showcase her collection on day 3, this is one of my favourites from the whole week she has certainly done us Brits proud! Lela Rose showcased their modern twist on next spring on day 4 with an icy blue colour palette combined with lilac and orange. Pamella Roland on day 5 used a honeycomb overlay over some of her pieces which gave the line a quirky feature. On day 6 Naeem Khan’s collection was to die for, including lace with a sneak peak of what’s to come in his next bridal collection. J.Mendel used a patchwork effect but with a sleek chic style which was showcased on day 7 the colours involved in the collection were whites and sherbet tones. To complete the week Ralph Lauren started off the Spring show with black and white striped and floral prints to a burst of all the colours from the rainbow, screaming out summer! Next stop London..

Day 1 – BCBG Max Azria

Day 2 – Noon By Narr

Day 3 – Victoria Beckham

Day 4 – Lela Rose

Day 5 – Pamella Roland

Day 6 – Naeem Khan

Day 7 – J.Mendel

Day 8 – Ralph Lauren



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