Vivienne Hu sent her spring/summer 2017 collection down the New York Fashion Week runway at The Art Beam in New York on September 11, 2017. The collection featured beautiful warm weather hues, soft fabrications, body-conscious silhouettes, and something for every occasion. It was nothing short of fabulous!
Hands down, one of my favorite collections for spring 2017 from New York Fashion Week. Vivienne Hu outdid herself this season with classic, and vintage inspiration mixed together. Her designs were a tribute to the strength of New Yorkers following the 911 attacks fifteen years ago. She focused her spring 2017 collection on women standing powerful, strong, and maybe even a little bit sexy. Loved it!
My absolute favorite look from the show was the flowing spaghetti strap, black print dress featured above in my photos. The belt adds structure, and strength, to the otherwise feminine, flowing silhouette. I love the mixture! This whole outfit is number one on my spring 2017 wishlist.
My next favorite look from her runway was the orange maxi skirt with tie blouse. I feel like I must have this outfit in my closet. The two pieces can be worn together, or mixed and matched with other closet staples. They are perfect for spring! I am also in love with all of the striped pieces on the runway. Again, must-haves for spring!
Some of the recurring trends I noticed on the New York Fashion Week runways for spring 2017 included, horizontal stripes, shades of blue, blush, military green, slip dresses over skin tight tops or blouses, asymmetrical lines, dangerously deep v-necks, crop tops, tie blouses, and shades of orange. Vivienne Hu managed to capture all of these elements in her spring 2017 collection. Although her pieces can be considered timeless, they also happen to be right on trend with the fashion mood of-the-moment. Love that!
Designers are forced to reinvent the wheel every season; and Vivienne Hu did just that, seamlessly, and elegantly. Her collection is perfection.
To learn more about Vivienne Hu, and to view her current collection, please visit her website at VivienneHu.com