New York Fashion Week news and features British Vogue

New York Fashion Week news and features British Vogue
  • Loewe

    Loewe

    Vogue's Olivia Singer labelled this Jonathon Anderson's strongest Loewe collection yet. This geometric coat felt like a particularly strong point that will become editorial and street-style catnip when it hits rails.

    See the collection in full here.

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  • Off-White

    Off-White

    Virgil Abloh's girl is a chameleon. She's dashing from the ball in tulle pre-midnight before slipping through the VIP rope at the world's hottest destinations in skimpy hems and sportish sensibilities. Sounds like us all, right?

    See the collection in full here.

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  • Maison Margiela

    Maison Margiela

    The new mood in sportswear is tough. Its the stuff that exists beyond a polite game of tennis and instead enters arctic, extreme terrain territory. At Margiela, John Galliano draped oversized ski-style coats in athletic blue and look-at-me metallics for a nod to the trend. Of course - all whilst doing it exactly his way.

    See the collection in full here.

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  • Paco Rabanne

    Paco Rabanne

    Think Paco Rabanne and metallics, silvers and a savvy use of materials springs to mind. This time round it was a different scenario as other items like bougie stripes, slip dresses and desirable sliders joined the fold.

    See the collection in full here.

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  • Chloe

    Chloe

    Plenty of volume, plenty of plunging necklines and a colour palette set to soothe all season. Natacha Ramsay-Levi's second Chloe collection was as desirable as the first, even though it had danced to a different beat. We loved the retro prints, open collars and bulbous sleeves, not forgetting the logo socks we need immediately.

    See the collection in full here.

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  • Saint Laurent

    Saint Laurent

    Quel surprise! The season's YSL girl likes to party and oh how she knows how to rock a party frock. Floral and sequined, dark and dramatic, Anthony Vaccarello had thought of one for all. The only rule? Always wear with the sheerest denier you can track down. Handle with care.

    See the collection in full here.

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  • Christian Dior

    Christian Dior

    Maria Grazia Chiuri has made feminism her business at Dior. For AW18, the Italian designer at the esteemed French house has turned the clocks back to 1968 and the protests that were spurred on in those 12 months. The resulting collection? Patchworks, shearling capes, bold colours, bakerboy caps and logoed belts sure to be a sellout.

    See the collection in full here.

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  • Prada

    Prada

    Miuccia Prada has always championed a femininity that prides itself on strength and substance. For AW18, this continues by way of Nylon breastplate corsets, neon colours, frothy tulles and... wellies. Explaing to Vogue backstage, Mrs Prada said: “It’s the constant struggle between retaining femininity and being strong. The constant duality between what you have to be in order to be strong and able to protect yourself, and what we’ve inherited: the sweetness, the femininity.”

    See the collection in full here.

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  • Versace

    Versace

    With the fashion world waiting to see how Donatella Versace could come back after last season's megawatt show, the Italian designer pulled it out of the bag once more. Looking to British aristocracy-turned-punks, the collection saw headscarves morph into party dresses, primary colours team in heritage tartans and glamazon dresses triumph the fabulosity of getting your gladrags on. Sign us up!

    See the collection in full here.

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  • Gucci

    Gucci

    How do you streamline an Alessandro Michele Gucci collection in one succinct paragraph? You can't. So instead here's everything we saw on the AW18 catwalk: sheer dress bags worn over faux-fur jackets, severed heads, floral prints, tartan checks, Yankee logos, embellished body chains, rodeo shirting, balaclavas, chunky trainers, strong shoulders, sequined gowns, natty cropped jackets, Hollywood logos, sparkly GGs and - of course - socks and party sandals.

    See the collection in full here.

  • Dolce & Gabbana

    Dolce & Gabbana

    Is fashion a religion? For Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana, that answer is yes. The Italian duo's blend of dolce vita design was met with religious iconography reaching across the collection in and on all ways. Cherubs, vicar collars,

    See the collection in full here.

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  • Moschino

    Moschino

    What if Jackie O wasn't human? That was a question that popped into Jeremy Scott's mind when he got down on designing his AW18 Moschino collection. In true anything-about-Jackie fashion, there were twin suits and flicked bobs, pillbox hats and dainty handbags, all meeting together in that mad mash-up Moschino way we always eagerly anticipate. The alien aesthetic of painted-on skin added to Scott's condundrum, before finishing off with with a slew of Old Hollywood gowns destined to take to the red carpet.

    See the collection in full here.

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  • Christopher Kane

    Christopher Kane

    Christopher Kane has always enjoyed making things a little sexy. Whether it's been twinsets or party dresses, the Scottish designer has always been able to add a touch of the erotic. For autumn/winter 2018, he's turned it up a notch and devoted an entire collection to the joy of all things intimate. Racy, lacy red dresses made way for saucy feather trims and dresses made up of very little else than sparkly strands.

    See the collection in full here.

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  • Emilia Wickstead

    Emilia Wickstead

    Emilia Wickstead has made ballgowns her business, but that doesn't mean the designer can't flirt with a little something other than evening wear. For autumn/winter 2018 there was more to it than floor-length dresses. The front-row were treated to a more tailored selection with some fantastic coats taking centre stage.

    See the collection in full here.

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  • AV Robertson

    AV Robertson

    For her first time showing at London Fashion Week solo, AV Robertson took on heritage and give it a spin on the dance floor. That is, she added sequins, sparkles and sheer layers over tartans and checks. We loved the high-shine mash-up. Take your favourite tartan skirt and give it a whirl this weekend.

    See the collection in full here.

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  • Ryan Lo

    Ryan Lo

    A pink room filled with pink party dresses. Ryan Lo's collection started London Fashion Week in a seriously feminine fashion. Who can resist the girlish appeal of his pretty party dresses? Not us!

    See the collection full here.

  • Richard Malone

    Richard Malone

    A graduate of Fashion East, Richard Malone now holds a catwalk presence all to himself. On Friday morning, the Irish designer showed a collection that was still rooted in his childhood, but felt more wearable than seasons before. We loved the nipped-in waists, rolling-hill greens and jolts of his signature blue colour palette. Plus, the soundtrack was a remix of "Bitch Better Have My Money." Fabulous.

    See the collection in full here.

  • Marc Jacobs

    Marc Jacobs

    A stand-out show that had fashion editors on the edge of their seats, Marc Jacobs's AW18 collection is one to remember. From large, totally oversized shoulders to ballooning trousers cut in leather and duchess satin, this show challenged what everyday dressing should look like today. Think bigger, think bolder.

    See the collection in full here.

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  • Coach

    Coach

    Continuing on the prairie aesthetic that has come to define Stuart Vevers's time at Coach, this collection showcased or was all about dainty florals, sharp-collared leather jackets, piled-on jewellery and autumnal shades. This season, Stuart explained that he challenged himself by seeing how the aesthetic works when applied to evening wear. The result? More flowy gowns to run away and fall in love in.

    See the collection full here.

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  • Michael Kors

    Michael Kors

    Why clash two prints when you can clash three, or maybe four? The Michael Kors message was all about the capsule wardrobe. Take one dress and add this and that to make it appear different. “I believe that fashion can make you feel better. I knew we’d be showing on Valentine’s Day so I said, you know what? We’re gonna have a love letter to people who love fashion, who aren’t down on fashion, who have fun with it," Michael told Vogue.

    See the collection in full here.

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  • Calvin Klein

    Calvin Klein

    With the entire catwalk flooded with popcorn, Raf Simons's admirers cosied in for another spectacle. The takeaways here: sheer gingham is always good, balaclavas are the new winter wrap-up, shirts are best worn buttoned-up with a polo jumper underneath, and silver safety blankets make for a surprisingly impactful outfit element.

    See the collection in full here.

  • Jeremy Scott

    Jeremy Scott

    It's bubblegum space age with a cartoon quirk. If what’s happing on earth is getting too much for you, take off with Jeremy Scott’s Aerospace clothing. This collection championed coloured tights, pastel wigs and silver metallic dresses, utilitarian pockets and plenty of space to stash your space snacks. How to wear it back down on earth? Look to the colour palette and always add a touch of something silver.

    See the collection in full here.

  • Alexander Wang

    Alexander Wang

    Embrace your inner executive was the message at Alexander Wang. Stomping through Condé Nast's old offices came micro mini dresses packed with attitude, black-out sunglasses and scraped-back ponytails. Don't scrimp on the sass this season. You're doing business dress in serious style.

    See the collection in full here.

  • Oscar de la Renta

    Oscar de la Renta

    Next winter, there will be no need to tire of your knitwear or retire it for the evening. It's ready for a night out and reinventing itself for the occasion. At Oscar de la Renta's show a classic black jumper was upgraded with embroidered flowers on a tulle overlay. We're into it. Are you?

    See the collection in full here.

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  • Matthew James Dolan

    Matthew James Dolan

    Executive realness is fast becoming the breakout trend of New York Fashion Week, and Matthew James Dolan looked at it with a view to Jackie Onassis. It was preppy Americana with a nod to the fabrics of couture. "I was so obsessed with the idea of Jackie Kennedy wanting to dress in French designers like Courrèges and Chanel, and having to recreate it as the First Lady, sometimes using Chanel fabric. I guess I liked that irony,” he told Vogue.

    See the collection in full here.

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  • Brock Collection

    Brock Collection

    If we were a posh lady living on the Upper East Side, we would probably want to wear nothing other than Brock Collection's AW18 offering. We'd take the nipped-in waists out to lunch, choose the velvets for soirees, and should the ocassion ever be casual enough for denim, we'll team it with a flowing tapestry coat, all finished with the Marie-Hélène de Taillac earring collaboration.

    See the collection in full here.

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  • Prabul Gurung

    Prabul Gurung

    Wrap up warm, wrap up well. The Prabul girl better have some sub-zero holidays scheduled into her winter 2018 plans because this collection was all about staying cosy and simultaneously chic. Gargantuan scarves were teamed with furry cuffs, padded gilet jackets were thrown over icy evening gowns and Aran knits slotted cosily over feather trims and sequin skirts.

    See the collection in full here.

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  • Victoria Beckham

    Victoria Beckham

    Who knew that a short-sleeved suit could be so covetable? Obviously Victoria Beckham. When it comes to keeping it office appropriate in the months to come, we'll be switching things come with top-to-toe camel tones. Sharp collars and shades only.

    See the collection in full here.

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