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Between Layers, Politics and Goodbyes - our Top 5 from NYFW

In times of changes and uncertainties, it’s expected that Fashion will respond to that. In New York, the land of opportunities, we could see that happen vividly. New York designers also showed a strong sense of identity, seeking new ways to celebrate their roots and the plurality of their country. Others ventured into politics and chose to talk about sensible issues like feminism. We selected 5 of our favourites shows, have a look!

1) 3.1 Phillip Lim overlapped layers of knits and prints in an impressive texture work.

2) Calvin Klein’s creative director Raf Simons chose to play with the american symbolisms and the romanticised vision he had of America growing up on Belgium.

3) Marc Jacobs dressed confident women on big shoulder volumes reminding 1980’s empowered silhouettes.

4) Prabal Gurung also worked with layers and knits just like 3.1 Phillip Lim, however his angle was the women empowerment.

5) Carolina Herrera was faithful to the american glamour image which is part of her DNA and left a respectful legacy on her last show as creative director of the brand.

3.1 Phillip Lim - Photo by Vogue

3.1 Phillip Lim - Photo by Vogue

3.1 Phillip Lim - Photo by Vogue

3.1 Phillip Lim - Photo by Vogue

Calvin Klein - Photo by Vogue

Calvin Klein - Photo by Vogue

Marc Jacobs - Photo by Vogue

Marc Jacobs - Photo by Vogue

Prabal Gurung - Photo by Vogue

Prabal Gurung - Photo by Vogue

Carolina Herrera - Photo by Vogue

Carolina Herrera - Photo by Vogue

16 Feb 2018