NYFW | Autumn Winter 17 | Day 7
| Yeezy |
The collection was perfectly in line with the current Nineties worn-in, weathered streetwear revival given an improbable aura of glamour. For women, a teal plaid flannel workwear jacket was worn over a teal sweater and stone-washed straight-leg cool-mom jeans tucked into knee-high, slouchy suede high-heel boots. The boot-and-casual pants combo continued with rusty suede over-the-knee stilettos over faded black jeans, and burgundy leather thigh boots hiked up over a burgundy Adidas tracksuit with the jacket tucked into the pants. That look is not ultra nerdy anymore - it’s cool.
| Marc Jacob |
There was no intricate st for the show, instead two rows of seats faced each other, a few feet apart, running the length of the Park Avenue Armory. The models strutted out, with the sound of their own platform boots clicking against the wooden floor providing the show's soundtrack. There was little to distract from the fur-lined coats, the collared knits, and the mini dresses being shown, all of which nodded to eighties and nighties streetwear culture.
| Chloé |
When Chloé’s Clare Waight Keller read up on such a trip featuring a young beauty on a bike, far off lands and a time of not-too-distant yore that fashion can’t get enough of — kismet!
“She had this incredibly inspiring attitude, her sense of daring. She was chic and boyish at the same time. I found something really charismatic about her.” - Waight Keller
The collection worked like a charm in any number of lovely blouses with poetic collars and sleeves that wafted atop various takes on the biker pants. She went more broadly