TOP 5: FALL/WINTER COLLECTIONS 2013 – NYFW

1. Michael Kors: If somebody knows how to represent urban throughout fashion is Michael Kors, American designer who moved cosmopolitan style, mainly inspired in New York city, to his new collection for Fall 2013. His proposal was characterized by the sportive touch and presence of masculine details which allow to highlight feminine presence, two characteristics of Kors work.

2. Band of Outsiders: After hearing an album from jazz singer Billie Holiday, the designer Scott Sternberg, creative director of the brand, decided to create a collection inspired in the style of late 1930s, and early 1940s. Printings and patterns had a main role during the catwalk, as well as props – from stilettos to caps –, which gave more casual, bohemian and contemporary look to the sets.

3. Alexander Wang: Previously to his debut as Balenciaga’s creative director, the young American designer show us again why he is one of the greatest ascending proposals in fashion world and one of the favorites. His collection Fall 2013, in harmony with trends which predominated during the event, is inspired in gowns and haute couture of 1950s, although reinterpreted from a sportive perspective.

4. 3.1 Phillip Lim: The Thailandia designer Phillip Lim, created the concept of his collection based in the expression “just as you are” With a casual and inhibited aspect, the designer was also inspired by motorcyclists style and culture, mainly in the notion of travel, and tried to fusion bohemian and contemporary looks.

5. Marc by Marc Jacobs: After a setback with the submission of clothes and shoes from Paris to New York, which occasioned a delay of 3 days in the presentation of the catwalk, Marc Jacobs could erased the mishap, remembering us his capacity to direct 3 brands without extinguish his great creativity. The palette that predominated in the collection is inspired by German painter Otto Dix. The design was defined by the fusion between 1950s and 1970s styes.

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