All posts tagged: Womenswear

#NYFW S/S 17 New World | Day 8+9

Another season and a whole load of new collections. Do I care about the seasons? Maybe not so much. But a girl loves the fashion and the perspective in becoming a woman perhaps. New York, we’re coming for you first and I’m going to tell you what I think! Delpozo Have I told you just how much I adore Delpozo already? Josep Font, the man behind Delpozo has other ideas in mind that keep spinning and spinning. His bizarre perspective of beauty works. Whilst there are clothes that make women ‘femme fatale’ – dangerous, confident and somewhat demanding, Delpozo designs for the woman who’s grounded yet out-spoken – or shall we say, quietly outspoken? She’s friendly to the eye, non-piercing but still alluring through her beauty and perspectives. It’s definitely a fresh approach compared to the femme fatale muse, at which I need to ask – what’s the deal with being dangerous anyways? Font continued to explore this season in a more proportional manner. He divided the body into seemingly different shapes whilst still allowing it to be pleasing to the eye. Nothing too crazy …

#NYFW S/S 17 Rock ‘n’ Rolla | Day 6+7

Another season and a whole load of new collections. Do I care about the seasons? Maybe not so much. But a girl loves the fashion and the perspective in becoming a woman perhaps. New York, we’re coming for you first and I’m going to tell you what I think! Proenza Schouler There is no stopping this design duo! The only way was up as they amplified the volume of their staple cuts, innovative fabrics and colour palettes. It was only appropriate to continue watching (not just out of respect – although yes) but because it was really that good. The show began with volumes in an A-line silhouette – though not in its typical sense with asymmetric play (although let’s be clear – there is nothing typical about Proenza Schouler). These volumes then burst into further definitions – stripes, deeper and bolder colours…and not least, beautiful, beautiful pattern-cutting. There was the criss-cross paneling which we can associate to being Proenza’s signature, that was cut closely to the body. This criss-cross notion then followed into a stripe outfit (not shown) that maximised …