NYFW Trend Recap Part II: Bold Layers At Prabal Gurung And Kooky Streetwear At Hood By Air
After a full week of runway shows, NYFW is still going strong—pumping out fashion and trends every hour. We have rounded up several of our favorite collections thanks to Style.com, and are currently making the nearly impossible decision—what to buy first?
With even more over-sized silhouettes and killer shoes, Proenza Schouler stole our hearts with cozy mismatched tweeds and bold colors.
For always keeping us on our toes, Jeremy Scott‘s literal ode-to-sports collection must get a mention. His looks are ripe and ready to be spotted on the streets of New York and London by fashion-forward, kawaii-loving guys and gals. Plus, what man wouldn’t want a band-aid printed suit?
The forever luxe Ralph Lauren showcased a simple and chic muted palette of whites, grays and blush pinks in a cohesive collection that also included several red carpet gems.
Designed with the city dweller in mind, MM6 Maison Martin Margiela presented looks that were made for walking, featuring surprise pops of neon orange and re-purposed materials, like bubble wrap.
Alexander Wang‘s androgynous, urban utilitarian looks both surprised and pleased the crowd, proving that fall layers and knee-length shorts are here to stay.
Helmut Lang is a top seller at department stores across the nation for a reason —his flawless looks are ever so effortlessly chic and sleek. Though this time around his silhouettes were very similar to Ralph Lauren, we still applaud his bold use of red and camel.
With kooky styling and an obvious reference to men’s streetwear, lines like Hood By Air are the reasons why fashion week is so great. Unconventional, strange and humorous, we love the over-exaggerated references to baggy menswear. And who says men can’t wear a weave?
Prabal Gurung screams “fashion” in all the right ways. Layers, asymmetry, pops of color, perfect styling—the collection has it all and leaves us begging for more while inspiring our wardrobes in the current, snowy winter season.