The Australian luxury-fashion brand’s collection, ‘Unbridled,’ was a lesson in layering—there were plenty of trenches, bomber jackets and coats that were showcased. The colour palette stayed true to the aesthetic of fall colours—caramels, olive greens, tans, mustards and camels. Nicky Zimmerman described the colour palette as the “harmonious hue that almost made the collection look like it had one colour”. There were studded cowboy boots, belted saddle pouches, hats—all the elements that added to the free-spirited vibe of the collection.
What we love: An over-sized olive jacket layered on a white ruffle top.
Alexander Wang played majorly on the monochrome palette—some of the standout trends he showcased were matrix-inspired tiny cat-eye glasses, leather trenches, tights that read “CEO” etc. It was his signature style synced with a working, corporate girl vibe.
What we love: Kaia Gerber’s blazer dress
Ralph Lauren showcased his SS 2018 collection at New York Fashion Week—white and blue sundresses, vacation-ready accessories etc. were the highlights of his collection. It was inspired by Round Hill Hotel and Villas—the designer’s vacation home in Jamaica. The highlight of the collection was models walking barefoot on the runways.
What we love: The blue halter-neck slit dress
Oscar De La Renta
The collection was high on the colour factor—reds, mustards and more. There were solid oversized winter coats but what we loved was the focus on eveningwear—all of the gowns and dresses where more or less in the sheer meets embroidery meets tulle zone.
What we love: Tulle embroidery dress
Tom Ford’s ready-to-wear collection was a riot of colours—and not just colours—bright, contrasting acid colour hues mixed with clustered sequin work, rhinestones, animal prints, leather and much more. The collection was highly appreciated for its impeccable tailoring.
What we love: Animal printed puffer jackets
Image credits: elle, vogue, harpersbazaar