link.png New York Fashion Week gives us a taster of Autumn/Winter 15← Back

Image source - Victoria Beckham

As New York is plunged into the depths of winter, the fashion crowds gathered to find out what the city’s designers have got in store for Autumn/Winter 2015. Here’s our round up of the best luxury fashion coming out of the city.
Victoria Beckham’s Autumn/Winter 15 collection was stripped back, with colours and patterns kept to a bare minimum and a full focus on the cut. Oversized coats were a key item for the season, alternated with simple dresses and knits. With this collection, Victoria Beckham proved she has mastered the art of tailoring. 

Image source - Alexander Wang

The models at the Alexander Wang show emerged on the catwalk in platform combat boots and wet look hair across the face, setting the tone for a collection was infused with a dark, punky edge. Black looks bore studded details, making Alexander Wang the rebellious show of the season.  

Joseph Altuzarra presented a very feminine collection for the season, with copious amounts of lace, ruffles and high-necks giving it all a Victorian feel. The show was also an opportunity for the designer to launch his bag line, which he has named “Notch” handbags, a clear sign that the Altuzarra label is all set for expansion.  

Image source - 3.1 Phillip Lim

For AW15 Philip Lim played with the notion of structures and systems. The designer explained: “I looked at clothing archetypes; suits, coats, a trench, the nice 'lady' dress, which are the flag bearers for these systems and began the process to cut away, reverse, collapse and simply kick it all around a bit.” In the process of deconstruction, slouchy shapes and checks became a recurring motif.

With New York Fashion Week now coming to a close, its London’s turn next on the fashion week calendar.