So we already find ourselves closing the chapter that is New York Fashion Week and waiting in anticipation for the opening of another. As London Fashion Week officially kicks off in the next few days - it seems we have successfully transitioned to the return of in-person and physical runway shows. And starting with New York - what a line up we had. From bold plaids at Tory Burch and slicked and wet sunsets with Proenza Schouler - RUSSH round up our favourites from this year Spring Summer 22 NYFW below.
3.1 Phillip Lim
Photo Courtesy of 3.1 Phillip Lim
This season, we go soft with 3.1 Phillip Lim. A round up of palettes in soft neutrals with a hint of fluorescent and glitter - the collection was both tasteful and refined with the perfect amount of restraint.
Photo Courtesy of Proenza Schouler
We ride into a New York sunset for this season with Proenza Schouler. A strong return to NYFW, we see nothing short of the house's signatures in bold hues, structured silhouettes with strong suits and never-ending fringing matched with a few unravelling raw summer hems.
Photo Greg Kessler Courtesy of Rodarte
The Rodarte sisters brought back colour this season, with a tail of sequinned fringing mixed with soft hues in lace. As per usual, the collection remained soft, feminine but still directional - Rodarte brought nothing but years of expertise in cut, colour, texture and couture finishing to this seasons runway.
Photo Courtesy of Peter Do
Peter Do made clothes for the New York woman. Simple yet powerful, understated yet strong. Neutral palettes with a little moment for neon, Peter Do took New York power dressing into a whole other (modernised) game.
Photo Courtesy of Carolina Herrera
Under Wes Gordon's directorship, we see Carolina Herrera become a dolls dream. Candied colours in endless volumes, refined with looks paired in monochrome. Carolina Herrera was nothing short of dresses fit for the belle of the ball, one to be bejewelled and pearled in all her dollhouse glory.
Photo Courtesy of Tory Burch
Lately, we are living for Tory. And this season they show us why. The modern New Yorker never looked chicer or better, with Tory Burch showing us that sometimes its not about aiming for the stars but making sure you do what you do but you do it well. This season Tory Burch was a mash up of mismatched bold prints, disproportioned and sculptured waistlines along with the most tasteful pairings in colour. We saw the old Tory Burch ballet flat metamorphosis into a two-tone lace up ballerina, with this seasons Tory Burch showing us a ready-to-wear collection that is highly wearable and approachable, with a little bit of bold and the right amount of cheek.