Here is my first batch of loves and loathes from New York fashion week. Read part 2 and part 3.
Jason Wu’s perfect sleeveless coat dress.
incredibly chic suede dresses at Jason Wu.
tons of cute leather tennis dresses at Alexander Wang.
the pant and fancy top looks at Alexander Wang. I don’t think you can technically call this a crop top since there is hardly a slit between the pants and top, and it would look amazing with a jacket as an evening outfit.
chic dresses with big skirts at DKNY (although I wouldn’t wear them with sneakers.)
a sexy, flirty version of the wrap dress at Diane Von Furstenberg.
bold, beautiful prints at Diane Von Furstenberg.
Lacoste’s version of a casual sweater dress.
wearing a skirt over a dress at DKNY.
Lacoste’s American football jerseys turned into dresses with trains.
that Peter Som’s models wore coats and blouses with bathing suits.
strapless dress tops worn with iridescent trousers and flat shoes. This is my hell, at Peter Som.
the way Prabal Gurung combines not one, not two, but four tacky fabrics together.
more combinations of textures that don’t go together at Prabal Gurung. This time it is knits and it looks like something a cyber hippy would wear.
that Suno is making us look fat.
really badly placed patterns at Thakoon. I presume this is meant to look a bit random but it’s ended up looking like a mistake.
that Victoria Beckham has moved on from girl power to flower power.
Images from Vogue.com.