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THE NEW YORK FASHION WEEK TREND REPORT 2016

February 17, 2016
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Over the past few years, there is no doubt that the trends that we have witnessed during the 8-Day NY Fashion Week has been a whirlwind. Taking all of its watchers on a fashion-forward ride, from the highly intricate details to the over-the-top ruffles and from the elegant basics to the color-clashing designs, the beauty about the New York Fashion Week is that it is always the frontrunner to kicking off some seriously stylish trends that continue to shine and flourish for multiple seasons. With the number of runway shows, the endless models strutting up and down in countless designs, it is pretty difficult to continue keeping up with all the latest trends that have graced the event this past week. So, in order to help you check out all the latest trends for this upcoming season, from the strange facial accessories to the re-emergence of the boho-chic, be sure that you have a read for a comprehensive recap of all the latest and greatest in the New York Fashion Week of 2016.

The Beachy Crochets:

Whoever told you that you can’t sport a gorgeous beach design when you’re in the midst of fall? Well, according to some of the world’s most renown designers such as BCBG Max Azria, Tommy Hilfiger and Custo Barcelona you can! By incorporating some beachy crochets with some stunning fall trends, you’ll be sure to witness some brilliant hand-crafted looking items this year!

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NEW YORK, NY – SEPTEMBER 14: Model Gigi Hadid walks the runway wearing Tommy Hilfiger Women’s Spring 2016 during New York Fashion Week: The Shows at Pier 36 on September 14, 2015 in New York City. (Photo by Randy Brooke/Getty Images for Tommy Hilfiger)

Hippie Chic:

Whoever said that the 70’s is dead? With so many designers at the New York Fashion Week this year incorparting hippie-inspired designs into their collections, there is no doubt that we will be seeing a revival of the Feel Good Decade. From Ohne Titel to Dion Lee and Prabal Gurung to Christian Siriano, all these stunning designers utilized chunky layers, bold prints, flared pants and hints of suede to conjure up the ultimate modern 70’s inspired ensembles to really help kick off this season. Yeah! Right on!

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NEW YORK, NY – SEPTEMBER 10: A model walks the runway at the Ohne Titel fashion show during Spring 2016 New York Fashion Week: The Shows at The Gallery, Skylight at Clarkson Sq on September 10, 2015 in New York City. (Photo by Arun Nevader/Getty Images for NYFW: The Shows)

Fringe-Worthy

For so many years, we have witness pieces of fringe here and there scattered all across the runways. However, this year, the New York Fashion Week designers have truly amped up the heat in order to make the ultimate boho trend. Usually, a bit of fringe would be utilized in order to add a hint of texture to an ensemble. But this year, designers decided to use this nifty technique to create movement, make bold statements and to add a little of that cool ‘Boho’ vibe to an otherwise totally elegant collection.

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NEW YORK, NY – SEPTEMBER 12: A model walks the runway at the Christian Siriano Spring 2016 fashion show during New York Fashion Week at ArtBeam on September 12, 2015 in New York City. (Photo by Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images)

Print Blocking:

Scared of taking that leap of faith and mixing some gorgeous prints together? Well, trust me, with this chic New York Fashion Week trend, the number of people sporting more prints together will only keep increasing. With top designers such as Victoria Becham, BCBG Max Azria, Diane Von Furstenberg and Tommy Hilifiger’s collections being completely filled with outstanding bold fabrics, you will surely be seeing a lot of stylish clashes this year!

Reference photo:

NEW YORK, NY – SEPTEMBER 14: Models walk the runway wearing Tommy Hilfiger Women’s Spring 2016 during New York Fashion Week: The Shows at Pier 36 on September 14, 2015 in New York City. (Photo by Randy Brooke/Getty Images for Tommy Hilfiger)

 

 

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