Style Update: These Are The Trends We're Looking Forward To For Spring/Summer 2019
If there’s one thing that can be said about the recently concluded New York Fashion Week S/S 2019 shows, it's that designers are not playing safe. From eye-catching collections and fearless presentations, to a new level of diversity on the runway—we’ve compiled all of the most talked about designers and shows that you may have missed. It's a great time to be alive!
Tibi made full suits and flip-flops happen
For S/S19, Tibi showed us what a genderless collection should look like. Having both male and female models wear timeless silhouettes attest to the label’s efforts to make unisex designs that are wearable for all.
Jeremy Scott for Jeremy Scott
Who is Jeremy Scott’s latest muse? Well, it’s himself. The designer who’s famous for his eccentric style took inspiration from old Polaroids from his younger self and had it printed all over his collection.
Kate Spade keeps its DNA
Nicola Glass’s debut collection stayed true to the brand’s quirky vintage appeal with an air of sophistication. Reminiscent of a jazzy 70’s vibe mixing bright colors with eye-catching prints, there was a cool, happy vibe to Kate Spade’s new look.
Longchamp goes West
It was a fringe party as the label celebrates its 70thanniversary. Sophie Delafontaine took inspiration from rock chicks, Anita Pallenberg, Veruschka and the 60s for Longchamp’s latest collection.
Chromat says it all
Future forward body wear indeed, Chromat brought the house down showcasing a range of swimwear inspired pieces on models in all shapes, sizes, and age. Now this is body positivity done right.
Marc Jacobs took us to Candy Land
Marc Jacobs gave us a runway show straight out of a fairytale. A pastel rainbow of colors paraded the runway in tulle and sheer organza with extravagant silhouettes you have to see to believe.
Calvin Klein held a commencement exercise
Raf Simmons graduates to pop culture for the label’s new collection. Taking inspiration from the movie Jawsand The Graduate quite literally, the designer debuted pieces with the iconic shark cover as well as graduation caps and gowns.
Lead photo via Marc Jacobs