September 11, 2012
New York Fashion Week is in full-swing.
We have hand picked some of our favorite looks from designers that we both love and carry.
Therefore be on the look out for some of these pieces in store next spring. It isn’t even fall yet, and we are already drooling over these collections.
10 CROSBY DEREK LAM (NEW line alert!)
It is wild-west inspired, but still possesses the labels downtown edge and sensibility. A home run from our perspective.
3.1 PHILLIP LIM
This collection is being described as ‘cut-up’, but in a good way that is. Check out the patchwork denim pieces and killer jeans that will literally fly off of shelves, pattern mixing and bold colors styled with a bit of 90’s grunge flare round up the collection.
Prints, color-blocking and surf inspired looks make up this easy going collection. Yet it still has the sophisticated cuts and tailoring that Jenni Kayne is known for (check out the highlighter yellow short suit). It is a well-rounded collection as many pieces can be worn separate or together, and will transition well from late winter into early spring. Always a winner in our books!
Helmut Lang is nothing short of edgy, cool and urban. But for their S/S collection they changed it up a bit… they pushed their own boundaries. Adding in more color, more prints and an over-all more relaxed and almost surf inspired collection (theme of S/S 13?). But don’t be too scared by this, they still have plenty of black leather pieces with a few moto jackets that we wouldn’t mind having in our closets.
Definitely one of our favorites. Everything about TIBI is so right. Clean, 90’s inspired looks, that incorporate a plethora of separates which always translates into a collection that you want every piece from. They have added raw denim into the mix this season, and boy do we ever love these pieces. A perfectly polished collection that we truly want every. single. piece from.
We still have winter to get through, but knowing we have these pieces waiting for us, make the loooong winter nights that much more bearable.
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