Last week, the fashion month started with the New York Fashion Week. Quite a lot of Asian (cultured) designers have presented their Autumn/Winter 2015 collection and we made some really pleasant discoveries. Here are our favorite looks and designs.
Derek Lam‘s seventies collection was really structured and graphic. Besides its smart and feminine aspect, some statement pieces appeared like this grey sleeveless over the shirt top.
It was all about black for Alexander Wang. This punk inspired collection was quite dark but we particularly like this mix of textures between the silk pajama suits and this soft and cosy coat.
Ji Oh‘s collection mixes workwear with casual pieces. We can’t get enough of this floor-lenght camel coat and can’t wait to wear it.
When you take a look at Thakoon‘s Autumn/Winter collection, you can feel some bohemian vibes alongside with some innovative creations. This textured tied up belt is an essential to be.
Celebrating women and glamour, Prabal Gurung take us to a luxurious and colorful universe. How hard was it to chose between the opulent fur scarf and this orange look that perfectly balances over sized cuts, fabrics and femininity.
Vera Wang‘s cut-out black coat gives a twist to this classic piece. A good way to play with colors and textures next winter without being frozen by letting your coat unbuttoned.
Phillip Lim‘s collection is really unstructured. This is why this look particularly caught our attention: a military inspired suit perfectly matching the tartan printed trench coat. And the classic suit becomes trendy.
Luxurious materials, perfect cuts, impeccably fitted shapes, glamour, feminine, bold. Yes, Jason Wu‘s collection stands particularly outs of the crowd, and this first look correctly represents it.
Yeoh Lee was one of the designers to only pick one shade of color. Feeling nostalgic, this Little Red (becoming Black) riding hood inspired coat is a good way for grown ups to be back to childhood with elegance.