Outfit inspo from Gigi, Bella, Kendall et al.
Be prepared for a month of fashion fabulousness, as New York Fashion Week 2017 has officially kicked off in style – and it’s shaping up to be a good one.
Memorable looks included an embroidered dressing gown with fluffy slipper mules on Naomi Campbell, and a see-through lace gown worn by a vampy Kendall Jenner. Safe to say boring pants and bras are out the window for AW17.
Meanwhile, tartan was back in force at Desigual, where they came in both trouser and dress form.
Tartan also made a surprise appearance on the runway at Jenny Packham, mixing in with the designer’s signature beaded gowns. We can definitely see Kate Middleton wearing that floaty gown at her next royal engagement!
Colour-blocking is also making a comeback, with both Victoria Beckham and Raf Simons at Calvin Klein favouring structured trousers, skirts and oversized jumpers in bold reds and blue.
For a touch of playful fashion, you can always count on Jeremy Scott, who didn’t disappoint with his fun lunch box bags. Time to dig out your old school one – or save up for the designer version.
And just because it’s Autumn/Winter doesn’t mean florals are out. They were in print form at Tory Burch and Alice and Olivia, but were embroidered at Coach and Naeem Khan.
Beautiful gowns aside, many designers chose to get political with their designs, with Gigi Hadid wearing a white ‘united’ bandana on her wrist at Tommy Hilfiger, and Bella Hadid sporting a ‘The future is female’ slogan tee at Prabal Gurung.
Well, we did tell you not to expect classic knits and ankle boots here! Keep scrolling to see the best looks from New York Fashion Week 2017 so far…
For more trend spotting, do flick through our celebrities at NYFW gallery, with the likes of Olivia Palermo, Alexa Chung and SJP dressing for the occasion.
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