First Roundup of New York Spring 2015 Trends!
We already have spoken so much on Spring 2015 Collections that it seems like an overdose. However, we just could not get over the idea of having a complete roundup of the trends that come straight from the runways of New York Spring 2015 designs. Some of them may seem like the ones we have mentioned earlier, but we at least know the best things that can be repeated freshly time and again in spring.
Get more with the gingham
There were times in our childhood when we have got the best of the gingham style like the way it should be. Designers for New York Spring 2015 did something different and added elements of graphic that made the look way more refreshing. We aren’t talking of just one or two runway shows, but the gingham was visible at notable names like Oscar de la Renta, Altuzarra, Proenza Schouler and Micheal Kors. We also spotted the bigger size of the block print on Trademark. No wonder, we are going to wear the style more in days to come.
Suave and appealing with kimono
If there has to be one trend that borrows heavily from traditional design, it has to be the kimono. The Japanese outfit was interpreted in new ways for New York Spring 2015. While the designs at Alexander Wang and Vera Wang were all suave and well-tailored, there were others, like Rosie Assoulin who has the entire design a twist to make it more internationally appealing. The designs at Tome and Richard Chai were equally convincing, although we did like the effortless charm of the BCBG item more.
Much in the military mood
Marc Jacobs has to be credited for making the military jacket look so smart and appealing for the spring. At New York, we saw the military design get new meanings at designers like Victoria Beckham, Rodarte, and Jason Wu. Remember how we said that the stunning suede has come back for Spring-2015? Well, Jason Wu blended that trend and this one with amazing flair! We also spotted the look at Coach and Rag & Bone. The good thing is there were a host of colours, and therefore, even if you love the military green, the other choices are equally good.
Well, we did want to cover more for this post, but what we insist is another one exclusively on three more New York Spring 2015 trends. The idea for most trends came from a single element, which is worth considering for. Think of it like this way- where would you get the chance to wear a kimono inspired ensemble in New York if it was not at 3.,1 Phillip Lim?
Spring 2015 trends have popped up quite a few surprises, and from what we see, we are clearly way ahead of the floral prints and classic graphics that made a beeline even in the last season. This time, you either keep it simple or take an edge like many of the runway looks did.
[Images Credit: http://www.harpersbazaar.com/fashion]