NYFW: Spring/Summer 2016 Ready-to-Wear (Day 3)

Altuzarra started off with some very hippie inspired pieces, evolved into some gorgeously structured pieces (like that alligator coat), and ended with dresses that felt very art deco.

Rebecca Minkoff showed us some beautifully flowy pieces that just felt like Spring. I loved the pairing of the structured moto-style pieces over the billowing feminine pieces.

Tibi always nails it with pieces that women want to wear! Mixing the simple with the elegant for looks that seem high-fashion but are still wearable. The use of color and texture is on point and we all appreciate the extra thought put into each detail.

Mara Hoffman is one of my very favorites! Her work with prints and colors is absolute perfection! Inspired by Willie Nelson, Mara showed us her interpretation of “Americana” with prints of blue skies, wheat fields, and stars.

Phelan launched her first collection with the theme of “movement” pairing a plethora of knitwear (her area of expertise) with rich woven fabrics.

Herve Leger by Max Azria collection took the structure of their staple bandage dresses to a whole different level! To celebrate their 30th anniversary they found a way to keep the spirit of what they do best and evolving it in a way that surprised us all.

Monique Lhuillier stayed true to the heart of her brand by showcasing beautifully feminine pieces with a “party dress” feel. The designs felt very youthful with vibrant colors and fun florals.

No one does a runway like Chrisian Siriano! His formalwear is a thing of beauty and his sense of pageantry is unparalleled! It’s really just one of those things you have to see to understand…

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