New York fashion week SS18 day two key trends
Romanticism is back in trend, along with the Patriotism, this is what happening currently at the New York fashion week Spring summer 18 seasons of 2017. Jason Wu, Kate Spade, and Monse bring the Americana spirit into their collection.
Jason Wu added the flavor of American sportswear essence while Monse is now looking back to American peppy stars and stripes and red-white-and-blue but to not confused with the July 4 Parade.
The other key elements that contribute to the collections are the soft silhouettes, romantic dresses with cold shoulder cuts.
Monse- Brings the American Patriotism
Monse showed us patriotism through his collection coming out of New York Fashion Week, They littered the collection with peppy stars and stripes and red-white-and-blue, but it wasn’t a Fourth of July parade. His collection was dedicated to back-to-school, with collegiate sports references offering a solid, steady lens through which to filter updates on the brand’s signatures and hit on retailer-baiting trends. The key styles we spotted are Chiced-up track pants, riffs on varsity jackets and twisted Oxford shirting abounded.
The designer showed us how to wear a classic striped men’s shirt with turned backward and blown up into an oversized dress worn over snap-up windowpane-printed pants. Tipped cardigans in red and white and a navy baseball jacket were twisted, cut out and unsnapped to reveal shoulders and collar bones. Worn over striped sequined fringed skirts, the knits gave a fresh casual attitude to eveningwear.
There were languid takes on striped shirts that were twisted at the neck and draped off the shoulders and worn with dressed-up track pants and cool jeans. Garcia and Kim’s style of polished deconstruction translated to an attitude of allure that’s confident but fun. The clothes were steeped in playfulness, here heightened by the Americana and University motifs, but the execution was always adult. In reality, the Monse girl has definitely graduated.
Tory Burch- Kaftans and tunics with colorful flavour
Tory Burch pilfered Hicks’ various floral and geometric motifs for dresses and tunics- keeping her silhouettes simple, but with enough diversity to keep things interesting. Her T-shirts and Kaftans shared attention with appealing variations on the wrap dress. Yet all were printed.
Burch took a smart respite with some easy separates looks. And she reimagined one of Hicks’ geometrics as a white-and-black guipure lace for the bodice of a languid dress that conjured a Latter-day Jordan Baker. It all made for delightful viewing, a fine rendering of polished ease.
Jason Wu- All American sportswear
Jason Wu had a clear Idea to bring the “all-American sportswear,” According to him “There’s quite a lot of sensuality and sexiness — very feminine — but a bit more casual for sure.”
What is his thing: chic, polished, pretty, delivered in an attractive lineup for spring, focusing on some essential elements of sportswear, primarily separates and shirtings.
He dolled them up by rendering snappy pieces in pastel colors, or adding body-con elements, whether via the curvaceous silhouette of a gray jacket and side-slit skirt or a polite show of skin, as in a trapeze tunic, gently gathered at the neck in front and open in back, worn over lean pants.
Jason is a strong supporter of the glamour, and he still loves dresses. Into his spring summer 2018 collection, we can witness plenty of gems, relaxing the line without lessening the steam. He did so by cutting, twisting and draping, mixing fabrics here, barring a sliver — or more — of skin there. His favorite styles were— Jersey. As for the floral motif, the hothouse pattern featured blooms and fruits from the notes of Wu’s fragrance.
Kate Spade- American spirit
Kate Spade marks the 25th anniversary of the brand, therefore Lloyd wanted to catch an American soul -- especially New Orleans region, this season. She'd infused the lineup and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band flown into play with the celebration.
"It is more casual than normal," she explained. "New Orleans is the Big Easy." Easy found the collection first the dinosaurs of tourists and subway riders along the manner in, and then the masses of influencers, editors and their musicians that generated a barrier