Designers from around the globe vie to participate in the New York Fashion Week. Due to the pandemic situation that has taken over the planet, the New York Fashion Week was held and lauded virtually this time around. Also, a vaccine card was mandatory to attend the show. Here is a list of 20 Iconic Looks from the New York Fashion Week.
Bold and brilliant designs were on display virtually. The theme of the collection was black and white oversized logo coats, matching tights with bucket hats and beanies.
Featuring a rust-colored one-piece dress, Aliette grabbed eyeballs with the magic of the material. The look was assembled by tightly pulled back hair, a dewy look, and minimal lip color. The high neckline was sheer and featured a collar. If you could put together a jumpsuit as a dress, this is the one.
Featuring a brownish maroon monochrome ensemble, this look had a 3-piece unconventional suit. A tight jumpsuit with an overcoat and blazer were the highlights of this look. Minimal makeup and monochromatic theme were what made this one of the top looks at the New York Fashion Week.
Raising the temperature was the hot ensemble by La Quan Smith. An electric blue thigh-slit A-Line skirt coupled with a grey strapless top was the foundation of this look. A grey overcoat completed this rich cleavage look with minimal makeup and straight hair.
A flowery-themed mini dress, this look featured multi-colored flowers on a full-sleeved short dress. The look was completed by the open hair and a dewy makeup look.
With a consistent dual-colored theme, this look features a three-piece ensemble. White and tan, signifying the human race, this look was carried off by a woman of color, supporting the cause. Consisting of a long headscarf wrapped around on both sides, a short strapless tie around the top, hipster pants, and open toes, this look was lauded.
The show’s highlight was an ensemble by Tom Ford, featuring an oversized black velvet overcoat with a double-breasted blazer contrasting gold buttons. The colored model wore dark sunglasses, black sheers with black and gold pumps.
The runway turned hot pink with a Christian Siriano sheer dress. Featuring bunched-up frills, this sheer hot pink dress displayed a triangular cleavage and sheer sleeves. The look was completed by metallic danglers and a no-makeup look with nude lips.
Featuring a full-length flared gown, this patterned ensemble by Carolina Herrera was lauded for its simplicity and grace.
A long fluffy deep cyan overcoat, an inverted neck olive green top, a large embellished belt, brown gloves, and thigh-high boots were the highlight of the design by Khaite at the New York Fashion Week.
A multi-colored ensemble by Studio 189 was carried off by a woman of color. The hairdo was that of cornrows and dreadlocks. The highlight of this look was the dual design of the flared skirt. While one half of the skirt featured a multi-colored geometric pattern, the other side was spotlessly white.
A white close-necked top paired with a maroon leather blazer and maroon leather pencil pants featured the Rosetta Getty look. This was coupled with white platform boots.
A one-piece straight-cut dress with a pattern and gradient accompanied by light blue boots described this look at the New York Fashion Week.
A mono-color theme with a simple red crop top, flared red bell-bottom pants, red gloves completed the look.
Trying to bring out the Egyptian essence, this look consisted of a headgear, black crop top with full sleeves, and patterned multi-colored designed pants.
Featuring lavender and yellow as the base, this look consists of a 2-piece dress with stockings and glass heels.
This monochromatic look consisted of an off-white three-piece ensemble with matching off-white pumps.
This one-piece geometric patterned checked dress by Tanya Taylor was accompanied by off-white boots.
This 3-piece ensemble consisted of a pink top, light purple pants, and a rust-colored coat.
The iconic one-piece dress by Theophilio featured a green and black zebra pattern accompanied by matching boots.
These were the top 20 iconic looks at the New York Fashion Week. Tell us what you think.