NYFW Spring/Summer 16’ has made its presence once again in the midst of our Instagram feeds being filled with impeccable outfits, endless flashes from photographers’ cameras and one-of-a-kind moments. Through all of the magical and fashionable glory we’ve kept our eyes targeted on the top upcoming trends. We’re highlighting coverage from three of our favorite designers that graced the runways this season. Be ready to take some notes on the latest hair and fashion trends that stole the show.
Rag & Bone
Sportswear met menswear in a monochromatic scheme with hints of red, yellow and orange at the Rag & Bone Spring/Summer 16’ runway presentation. Satin bombers, knit dresses, leather bottoms, longline v-neck vests and jackets all made their way into the spotlight in flat sandals and high-top sneakers. The cool, city girl vibe was presently known from the clothing to the beauty department. Models sported oversized knots with flyaways and baby hair while their strong brow style got inspiration from Cara Delevigne.
The 60’s made a comeback in suede fringe, mini dresses, cut-out shoulders and gladiators in Rebecca Minkoff’s Spring/Summer 16’ runway show. From deep v-necks and fringe-tastic bags to colorful hoops and a variety of textures in the pieces – Rebecca Minkoff took us back in a time machine with a futuristic twist on these styles. Sleek locks and frayed, front bangs were rocked by the models strutting down with glowing skin and soft pink-nude lips.
The Spring/Summer 16’ collection of All Saints was presented in a real life, real people manner with a documented film created within seven days. The documentary named, It’s Up To You, was a devotional picture to New York from the people that call the city home. Platform sandals, oversized down jackets, pointed boots and more all were shown in different textiles, prints and styles. The debut focused all on reflecting one’s personal style in what and how they wear clothing pieces. Shoulder-length and long-length locks were all styled in either a smooth or soft, wave-like texture.