NYFW: Top 10 Trends
Lindsey Gathright, W’s Market Editor, highlights her favorite trends from the Spring 2012 collections.
The tweed jackets are smart and cool, and I want all of the pants from this collection in my wardrobe for spring.
From left: Patrik Ervell; Alexandr Plokhov
Borrowed from the Boys
Menswear designers Patrick Ervell and Alexander Plokhov both introduced women’s pieces into their collections for the first time.
From left: Derek Lam; Proenza Schouler
The New Modernist
A fresh take on vintage silhouettes with bold designs and mixed textures from Derek Lam and Proenza Schouler.
From left: Yigal Azrouël; Araks
A nude dress is the perfect foundation for spring’s best jackets and accessories.
From left: Suno; 10 Crosby
Black and white stripes on jackets, pants and shirting.
From left: Thakoon; Derek Lam
Especially the prints at Thakoon, where western met Maharaja.
From left: 3.1 Phillip Lim; Preen
Strong separates in frothy pastel colors.
From left: Sophie Theallet; Calvin Klein
Light knits at Sophie Theallet and the minimal sheers at Calvin Klein.
From left: Jason Wu; Proenza Schouler
Swimwear silhouettes intended for the street.
From left: Alexander Wang; Rag & Bone
Alexander Wang’s motocross jacket and Rag & Bones sporty, soft layers prove the sports trend is here to stay.
All photos: CNP Montorse