New York Fashion week has officially wrapped up last month. Under the situation of post-pandemic, this time, NYFW is not so ebullient as it ever. Most labels go on a digital show. Only a few labels show their spring collection in person. Given what was happening in the world, moving the runway on digital platform is definitely a wise option for safety. Although people are limited to go out by pandemic, it cannot stop designers going forward with next spring season fashion trends. Let’s take a look at the fashion trends from NYFW.
Comfort-minded wearing style
The comfort-minded wearing style wins the great popular support. In spades, Michael Kors ‘collections are clogged with pragmatic yet elegant pieces. Whatever is pajama dressing with crepe de chine or crushed satin charmeuse maxis paired with luxe cashmere, they all have an easygoing silhouette. Tom Ford is inspired partially by a documentary about the fashion illustrator Antonio Lopez. The result are classic relaxed clothes like knit maxi dresses, bikinis and printed caftans, cobalt logo leisure sets, some airy statement gowns, and a leopard print jumpsuit. All these looks are artfully matching the supreme comfort of wearing way.
Sweatshirts and pants have become most common opt during lockdown experience. Many designers also put their attentions on Sweatsuits. Sweatsuits have interpreted into elevated version heralding the resilience of New Yorkers. The fashion is going on. Designers tend to define sweatsuits more ever-expanding. Loungewear is not just a way of life yet a fashion style as sweatsuits. The modified sweatsuits wear all day. New collections want to cheer people with joyful tunes in a myriad of ways. Two pieces coordinated with ensemble reach an ease feeling.
Mask up fashion
Even in the midst of post-pandemic, face masks have become a must-have everyday accessory for everyone. Naturally, some brands from Christian Siriano to Jason Wu, Alice+Olivia, Chromat and more have introduce the face mask in their latest collection. Designer Jason Wu was the first one take face mask into this collection delivering in a beauty and optimism. The fashion can be gathered and safe, and still be able to celebrate. Chiristian Siriano was one of the first designers who helped with mask production to address NYC’s insufficient protective supplies. He also adopts mask to remind people to vote in the upcoming election. The new collection happening at the backyard garden perfectly matches the term quarantine chic with many romantic and elegant looks.
All in all, even New York fashion week is virtually virtual, it still eventful nevertheless. There are many highlights and takeaways in NYFW must be happened in next season.