From model moments to glitter runways. We round up the best of NYFW.
Bring me the night.
A party like no other with model of the moment Kaia Gerber opening the show. Deconstructed nightwear.
Workwear meets street with bright neon pops of purple, yellow, red and fuchsia. Electric and eclectic street.
Out of this world. Splashes of silver across the eyes at Anna Sui brought a modern touch.
CALVIN KLEIN 205W39NYC
Cowboys and cowgirls unite. Raf Simons’ take on all-American.
Wild, wild west.
Signature leather and sweet slip dresses complete with a glitter runway. Americana continues.
CREATURES OF THE WIND
Mix and match for little bit of 60s psychedelia.
Relaxed tailoring, bike shorts and pops of pink, purple and green for Dion Lee SS 18. City to beach.
It’s in your eyes. Marc Jacobs laid on the liner defiantly for his SS 18 runway, with an individual style to suit each eye shape.
MICHAEL KORS COLLECTION
All of your pastel and palm tree dreams rolled into one. Book us on the next flight to Hawaii.
OSCAR DE LA RENTA
Natural locks, groomed brows and neon-accented eyeliner have us ready for cocktail hour at Oscar de la Renta.
Workwear jumpsuits and double denim. Urban women.
Soft silks and pastel tones. Spring is here.
Bright young thing.
Shine on. Rodarte kept beauty ethereal for SS 18, with dewy skin and silver accents in the centre of the eyelids.
Graphic, glittery eyeliner paired with natural, glowing skin. For SS 18 Tom Ford gave us a lesson in how to daytime disco.
Glossy lids, bare skin and hair pulled off the face for carefree femininity.
Inspired by Australia’s Gold Coast. Complete with playful cut-outs, floral prints and those signature ruffles.
Back to basics.
3.1 PHILLIP LIM
A simple summer wardrobe of pinstripe pants, ruffle dresses, denim and white shirting.