With fashion shows, the end is really the beginning. Sure, the models and the makeup artists are packing up for London… but now that you’ve seen the clothes on the catwalks, you can start getting ready to actually buy them. (The best part, right?)
Here’s one last load of NYFW inspiration to pin, post, and manifest into your very own closet when it hits stores this Fall. Enjoy.
OMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMG (deep breath…)
OMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMG (one more…)
OMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMG (faint dramatically.)
[To the tune of Copa Cabana]
His name was Michael! He made a runway!
With Gigi Hadid opening; he got Manilow to sing.
Maribou feathers! And brocade jackets!
And Patti Hansen closed the show; in a golden suit with glow.
Across the crowded floor, Priyanka j’adore!
[Keep singing, but don’t forget to shop.]
If Michael Kors was Studio 54, Staud was the house party thrown by Tara Subkoff in Last Days of Disco. Sparer and younger, the collection merged disco vibes with downtown cool, and made the whole show feel like a Lower East Side rager. As for the clothes, they’ll get you noticed at a gallery opening or organic matcha bar, in a good way.
In case you missed the memo, this morning’s theme was disco, and Naeem Khan nailed it. The designer was a dance floor VIP in his day, and proved it by closing the show with three old friends—‘70s supermodels Pat Cleveland, Alva Chinn, and Karen Bjornsen. With Dynasty hair and Khan’s signature Indian embroidery, this sumptuous parade was (as the song goes), more! More! More!
I have been waiting for a redux of the Samantha dress all week. Voila. Amazing. Done.
If the Wicked Witch of the West landed on Wall Street, she’d wear this sinister suit by designer Raul Lopez. Of course, then she’d be having so much fun, she’d stop being evil and start being great fun at SZA concerts… where we’d also like to wear this look. Just saying.
UNIQLO HEAT TECH
UNIQLO Heat Tech did not show at New York Fashion Week, but it did show up every single day on editors, models, influencers, photographers, and more. Didn’t notice? It’s because we’ve been layering the super-thin, super-warm pieces under our Sandy Liang puffers and Saks Potts trenches all week. For arctic street style stars, this stuff is a true secret weapon.