Runway Report: NYFW | Fall 2018
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The Fall 2018 shows have come to an end and left us inspired! This season was exciting, powerful, and bold. The 1980s were a clear theme across the shows with elements like colorful animal prints and bold colors. Suiting continued to have a strong presence this season as well, and checks and plaids dominated the runway. Finally, vivid pops of colors made this season a memorable one.
Read on for our NYFW recap of our favorite 6 trends for Fall 2018.
1. Head-to-Toe Dressing
This macro styling trend is here to stay! Head-to-toe dressing continues strong with designers going a step further: matching shoes & suits.
From the left: Tom Ford, Milly, Michael Kors, Adam Selman, Miaou
We first saw this trend emerge in Fall 2017—and it's only continued to grow stronger throughout the season. For fall, designers updated the look, using a variety of fabrics from jacquards to plaids in bright hues.
From the left: Ellery, Zimmermann, A.L.C., Bottega Veneta, Tibi
3. Oversize Sweaters Over Soft Skirts
Knitwear continues into Fall with bold sleeves and oversized proportions. We can see this chunky knit usually paired back to long flowing skirts for a bohemian look.
From the left: Prabal Gurung, Coach, Marina Moscone, Cedric Charlier, Michael Kors
This primary color takes a new direction this season—think bright, fluorescent hues for a statement look.
From the left: Marc Jacobs, Tibi, Carolina Herrera, Marina Moscone, Tibi
The new shade of pink this season is Fuchsia—a striking color that will quickly become your closet's favorite color this season. Look out for head-to-toe looks and stand-alone statement pieces.
From the left: Claudia Li, Valentino, Tome, Milly and Milly
6. Checks and Plaids
Checks and plaids continue to be a big, bold message for the season. While glen plaids continue, the true winners are tartan, windowpane, and buffalo plaids. Head-to-toe looks continue to trend, while other designers pair plaids back to moody florals and leopard prints.
From the left: Zimmermann, Vivienne Tam, Nicole Miller, Missoni, Monse
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