On the first three days of New York Fashion Week, runways full of perfectly respectable clothes were punctuated by flashes of something more eloquent, writes Lynn Yaeger.
The second half of New York Fashion Week suggested the season wasn’t just about 90s influences but gossamer fabrics, trawling nets, big jackets over tiny skirts and when in doubt lace, lace, lace, reports Lynn Yaeger.
From Tory Burch to Altuzarra, practical garments dominated the second half of New York Fashion Week, save for Thom Browne’s theatre of “The Little Prince.”
From Fendi to Tibi, the opening days of New York Fashion Week were unapologetically commercial, reports Lauren Sherman.
The New York label is betting on ‘genderful’ second line Altu and homeware to re-energise the business after its split with the French group in 2020.