A Look Back at New York Fashion Week

This week the Big Apple was filled with your favorite fashion forward celebs and designers for New York Fashion Week. While we are thinking all things Fall, the world's top designers are thinking Spring! Collections were presented for the Spring 2018 season by the worlds top designers. These collections featured tons of layers, textures, colors, and more! Here are a few of our favorite looks that are straight off the runway!

 You never know what to expect when it comes Rihanna's fashion decisions, and that also goes for her fashion line with Puma: Fenty x Puma. This show featured tons of color and a lot of 80's inspired silhouettes. 

Oscar De La Renta's collection was very versatile, it had everything from cocktail dresses, blazers, swimsuits, and gowns. It featured bold, colorful embroidery and chic simple silhouettes. This look has the best of both worlds, a sharp yellow blazer thrown a sexy, shimmery cocktail dress. 

Back to black. Fun, funky layers are the way to go. This is a look from Alexander Wang's Spring 2018 collection. His show was presented in the middle of the busy streets of Manhattan and that set the tone for his grungy collection. Distressed denim is everyone's go to in any season.  

Tom Ford's collection featured a lot of colors, blazers, and silk fabrics. Nothing says confidence more than a bold blazer, especially in pink! We love this look! 


Fashion Week is not over yet! Keep an eye out for even more amazing designs. Tell us what your favorite looks and collections were from New York Fashion Week!  





  • Megan

    Love the alexander wang look, definitely something I would love to wear!

  • Maria

    How could you not love Oscar de la Renta’s look??

  • kathy

    absolutely love the tom ford look! those beautiful blush pieces with the hot pink blazer, so pretty!

  • Sabina

    alexander wang is my favorite pick! layers is the way to go

  • Christine

    tom ford has it going on its my favorite pick

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