After Haute Couture, the calendar of world ready-to-wear fashion shows begins. The proposals for the next season gathered this week during the New York Fashion Week. In a search for the contemporaneity of the New York woman, wanting more than ever to return to the normality of the industry, the designers blur, redraw and extol women’s fashion. We collect some of the most interesting future trends seen on the shows.
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The Sophistication of Carolina Herrera and Jason Wu.
The innate elegance of Carolina Herrera once again dazzled on the runway, this time flooding the coldest season of the year with color. Wide is her color palette, where pinks take clear advantage. Laces and asymmetries they make up the collection. At the same line, Jason Wu captures the essence of feminine sophistication through clean cuts, volumes and faded floral prints that flourish on brightly colored or neutral fabrics.
The new Feminine Silhouette by Altuzarra, Proenza Schouler and Tory Burch.
Altuzarra presented a new return to her origins. The overlapping of layers, tie dye and natural fabrics blur the feminine silhouette understood as such. Folk comfort with deconstructions and ethnic touches. He also shares Proenza Schouler‘s proposal rooted in the comfort of today’s woman, where the silhouette is only defined by the marking of the waist in a game of combination and overlapping of fabrics in neutral and natural tones. In the case of the designer Tory Burch, she presented a very sporty collection where the waist is again marked, and the geometries of the prints and the embroidered beads of her garments allow women utilitarian comfort without losing style.
The 00’s Glam by Cristian Cowan.
One of the most acclaimed current trends in Social Media is the aesthetics of the early 00’s. The designer Cristian Cowan brings a mix of glam, paillettes and a kitsch touch from the golden age of low waists, miniskirts and the casual opulence that celebrities like Paris Hilton or Britney Spears brought into fashion.