Best of New York Fashion Week 2023

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Best of New York Fashion Week 2023

Best of New York Fashion Week 2023 In the blink of an eye, New York Fashion Week has ended! New York's most beloved brands, like Rodarte, Proenza Schouler, Gabriela Hearst...
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By Ilira Naselli Flores

In the blink of an eye, New York Fashion Week has ended! With some of New York’s most beloved brands, like Rodarte, Proenza Schouler, Gabriela Hearst, and more…
After last September’s massive NYFW schedule with tons of headliners (European names showing like Marni and Fendi brought tons of hype) and huge parties, this season was a little more low-key. Buzzy designers like Peter Do and long-time stalwarts like Tom Ford skipped the week altogether.
But there was plenty of exciting talent to follow. After a cocktail celebrating Thom Browne taking over as chairman of the CFDA this year kicked off, a slew of brands like Puppets and Puppets brought a jolt of energy to the proceedings.
This season, designers are showcasing everything we didn’t know we need for fall-winter 2023.
Leather, maxi skirts, long dresses, over-structured and deconstructed back to school uniforms is what has ruled during these runways.
Dimitra Petsa thrown us into the mythological world: slinky shapes, frills and ethereal figures characterize her collection, her show is an experience of purification.

                                                                             Photo: Filippo Fior

Gabriela Hearts suggest a minimal approach, leather, earthy tone colours and chunky knitwear is how she envision next fall-winter.

Photo: Daniele Oberrauch

With Christopher Kane’s show, we can say this for certain: bustles are back, and we’re going to want them; they may also be front-loaded frill-deep on a slick red vinyl pencil skirt.

Photo: Filippo Fior

Altuzarra never disappoints, her collection evoke a mermaid underworld, long tight dress as a second skin, full leather look, chunky knits outfits and hoods is what distinguishes her ethereal collection.

Photo: Filippo Fior

Tory Burch desires is to toy with the notion of perfection;  satin dresses were worn back-to-front, belts were barely holding on, pumps walked out with one broken heel, and it looked like one of the double Ts on a handbag had come loose. Her collection wants to clarify the longing of being free, she wants to escape of the idea of a woman closed in a cage of perfectionism, just let us be.

                                                                           Photo: Isidore Montag

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