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Couldn't Score Front Row Seats to NYFW? We Got You Covered.

New York Fashion Week is up in the air as major icons like Altuzarra, Thom Browne, and Tommy Hilfiger relocate to Europe. What does the loss of these influential designers and Europe's decreasing interest in the New York fashion industry mean for Fashion Week? Only time will tell, . . . stay tuned!

Regardless, New York is still at the top of its game as celebrities, designers, and fashion enthusiasts revel in the unveiling of the Spring 2018 collections. Check out all the fashion-forward pieces by world renowned designers below!


Tom Ford

All of those who came of age in the 90's will surely appreciate Tom Ford's designs. This collection features everything we love about the 90's: pink hues, sequins, boy band leather jackets, and denim on denim. Not to mention, Ford has a released a new fragrance that's nothing short of fabulous.

Photos by Guillaume Roujas/Nowfashion


Victoria Beckham

Not only does Victoria Beckham have a family blessed with killer good looks, but she also has a sensational fashion sense. Her line features Easter pastels, sparkles, and the minimalist pieces she's famous for. Husband and professional soccer player, David Beckham, and son, Brooklyn Beckham, sat front row to cheer Victoria on. Go Beckham!

Photos by Guillaume Roujas/Nowfashion


Phillip Plein

Phillip Plein may be the most daring designer on this year's catwalk. According to Plein, "We like just the right amount of wrong. Just because fashion is a big business doesn’t mean that it has to be stiff and serious.” Plein used leather, disney princesses gagged BDSM style, sexy bodysuits, and caged looks to communicate his "good gone bad" message. Did I forget to mention his use of ex-con models?

Photos by Regis Colin Berthelier/Nowfashion


Alexander Wang

Wang brought the party to the streets of NYC. Wang's sleek nightlife looks are perfect for the city that never sleeps. Silky camisoles, slinky slips, little black dresses, and scandalous cropped tops were completed with headbands that read "PARTY ANIMAL," "AFTER AFTER PARTY," and "WANGOVER." Alexander Wang stayed true to his designs by throwing the ultimate post-party complete with a Donut tower, a swimming pool of Budweiser beer, a bounce house, a NARS makeup bar, and concert. Invite please?

Photos by Gio Staiano/Nowfashion


Christian Siriano

Siriano exemplifies yet another special collection by celebrating diversity and inclusion. The focus of this collection is bright colors, striking floral prints, and bold gowns. Male model, Joel Wolfe, steps out onto the runway sporting a pink floral suit in one look and a graphic sweatshirt in another that states "We all grow in the same garden." Christian Siriano and his husband, Brad Walsh, were the creative masterminds behind the beautiful quote and overall message.

Photos by Regis Colin Berthelier/Nowfashion


Calvin Klein

Where do we begin with Calvin Klein? There's so much going on in Raf Simon's collection that I've provided a concise list of his many sources of inspiration:

1. Alfred Hitchcock horror films, Carrie, The Shining, and Psycho

2. The Netflix series Stranger Things

3. The American West

4. 1950's diner-style fit & flare skirts

5. Dennis Hopper

6. Andy Warhol

Photos by Nowfashion


Tory Burch

Wondering what to wear to the next chic garden party? Tory Burch has just the outfit for you. Tory Burch worked with interior designer, David Hicks, who brought out the big guns full of whimsical patterns. Burch, who's know for her luxury clothing that screams preppy, really brought a lot of fun into these pieces. She's even brought the fanny pack back on the NYFW runway!

Photos by Guillaume Roujas/Nowfashion


Brandon Maxwell

Brandon Maxwell made history during his NYFW September 2017 show. For the first time ever he used DENIM! But don't worry he didn't go completely casual. His collection still features elegant gowns and sophisticated cocktail dresses. To top it off Brandon blasted Destiny's Child and Britney Spears on the runway and enlisted big name models like Karlie Kloss, Joan Smalls, Taylor Hill, and the Hadid sisters.

Photos by Regis Colin Berthelier/Nowfashion


Jason Wu

It's a cat-eye revolution! Just when you thought the cat-eye couldn't get any more dramatic Jason Wu has completely revamped the look. Although he glammed up his makeup technique, he seems to be moving in the opposite direction with his clothes. He admits his clothing is "getting more casual," but remains flirty with colorfully abstract prints and pinstripes.

Photos by Guillaume Roujas/Nowfashion

Photo by Jason Lloyd Evans


Jeremy Scott

Jeremy Scott ended on a crystal encrusted finale as models strutted down the runway in ensembles bedazzled with large colorful jewels. The wow factor didn't start there; the beginning of the show showcased diamond covered pull-over dress, shiny over-the-knee gladiator-like heels, silver metallic pants, and graffiti printed clothing proclaiming "Keep Fashion Weird." He's definitely accomplished that goal (Normal is boring!).

Photos by Nowfashion


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