Held every February and September, New York Fashion Week is where the world’s best fashion collections are presented to the press. The semi-annual events only last 7-9 days, but above all, leading producers of Fashion Week showcase fashion that inspires the seasons to come. Here’s how to dress like it’s New York Fashion Week all year long.
American designer Nicole Miller is known for bright prints and patterns that blend downtown and uptown sensibilities. Most noteworthy, the designer brought leopard print looks to the runway, signaling the trend is no longer one to be saved solely for your fall wardrobe.
Nicole Miller: Fashion Center Building, 525 7th Ave #1900
The Michael Kors show transformed Cipriani into the ’70s, complete with disco balls, shag jackets, and gemstone purples. Barry Manilow even took the stage to perform “Copacabana.” Jewel-toned pieces were popular on the runway this year, but Kors’ purple hues were the most unique.
Michael Kors: Rockefeller Center, 610 5th Ave
Features added movement to an evening wear look in the Marc Jacobs show. Feathers are forecasted to become a thing just in time for the Jazz Age Lawn Party, one of the city’s most popular events. Look to this designer to complete your flapper look this summer.
Marc Jacobs: 655 Madison Ave
Diane von Furstenberg
The ’70s were the inspiration for many collections this season. If you’re looking to achieve a vintage fashion look, head to Diane von Furstenberg. The designer is known for creating the jersey wrap dress, one of the decade’s most iconic looks. As a result, the wrap dress is featured in the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Diane von Furstenberg: 874 Washington St
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