Vivienne Hu showed her fall/winter 2017/2018 collection at New York Fashion Week on February 12, 2017 at the Skylight Clarkson in New York.
Vivienne Hu is always one of my favorite shows of fashion week. She mixes texture and prints in chic, fresh way which are both eye-catching and wearable. I am always coveting everything on her runway!
One of the new, up-and-coming trends we saw during fashion week was bi-color plaid. Vivienne Hu had her own take on the trend which was stunning. This was my favorite look from her runway.
Photo courtesy of Vivienne Hu PR
Vivienne Hu also played with stripes, texture, all-black looks (another hot trend for fall), and pops of red.
Photos courtesy of Vivienne Hu PR
While Vivienne Hu’s collection has a timeless element to it, the pieces are also on the cutting edge of the hottest trends, making the collection a fabulous investment in both fashion and wardrobe. Love!
You can learn more about Vivienne Hu by visiting her website at VivienneHu.com
New York Fashion Week for fall/winter 2017/2018 went by fast for me this year. I only attended four days due to my children’s schedules. I would have loved to stay in New York longer and have been able to attend more shows, but my family comes first. That being said, I was thrilled to be able to go for four days and see all of the shows that I attended.
Here is a journal, or recap, of my four days at New York Fashion Week for the fall/winter 2017/2018 collections. These photos feature my favorite look from each runway, or a final walk video from my iPhone. (apologies for iPhone video quality-the lighting from my seat wasn’t always optimal for me to captures still photos) If I wasn’t able to capture a photo, or a video, I have provided professional photos for you.
Stay tuned! I have plenty of trend reports and runway recaps coming up soon!
Collection was a nod to the social struggles in the 1990s and how we are reliving them today.
Romantic collection filled with purples, fall florals, and easy to wear styles.
Collection evoked a 1970s nightclub vibe. Full post online here.
Noon by Noor
Beautiful collection filled with soft neutrals, soft fabrics, and modern takes on closet staples.
Photo credit: Luzena Adams Photography
Relaxed, layered collection fusing neutrals with soft prints. Love this dress!
Photo credit: Shaun Punch Photography
There was a dark, 1990s vibe with all-black looks. Love this bomber jacket.
Take me to the disco! This was an amazing show which highlighted the girl who can walk into a room and command everyone’s attention. Full post online here.
Feminine collection with a nod to the late 1960s
Feminine and sophisticated collection. Love!
A nod to the politically charged, angry side of the 1990s. An all-black, slightly metallic collection.
LOVED this show! Concept Korea included three designers, P.Y.H., Kimmy. J., and YOHANIX. They all showed a playful, colorful, fresh, and fabulous collection. Loved all three! This pink number was my favorite of the show.
RtA showed an uber cool, urban casual collection. This coat was my favorite. Click here for full post.
Showcase of new, up-and-coming designers from Asia. Loved this menswear look on the runway.
Beautiful and sophisticated collection. I could see it perfectly in person, but none of my photos came out. I was so sad! Thankfully Taoray Wang’s PR provided me with this shot of one of my favorite runway looks. Isn’t it fabulous!
Photo courtesy of Taoray Wang PR
This jacket! That skirt! Urban cool at Romeo Hunte for fall 2017. I’m in love with this outfit!
Beautiful collection with romantic prints and flowing fabrications. This was my favorite runway look.
None of my photos came out, so this is the final walk snapped on my iPhone.
This was one of the most beautiful collections I viewed at New York Fashion Week. Look for the floral midi dress-it was my favorite. Love!
Always a fabulous collection. A Detacher showed lace, plaid, and red! This red bag and the lace plaid in the background caught attention. Love!
I wasn’t able to take pictures, but thankfully Georgine’s PR sent me some beautiful runway shots. This was my favorite look from the runway. I need this coat in my life. LOVE!
This was my favorite look on the runway. Click here for full post on this stunning collection.
Marcel Ostertag is one of my favorite NYFW designers. His collection was luxurious, soft, and something to covet for fall. This beautiful dress was my favorite look on the runway. Look at the sleeve details. Stunning.
This was a gorgeous collection of gala evening gowns. This dress in the middle is a dream.
Verdad showed a beautiful collection which was feminine and wearable. This coat was my favorite piece on the runway. Love!
Photos courtesy of Verdad PR taken by Noam Galai
Custo Barcelona showed a colorful collection with an ode to individuality and “shining the light.” It was built around iridescent lame, metallic fabrics, laminated fabrics, texture, glitter, Lurex thread, and sparkling precious stones. It was amazing!
Leanne Marshall showed a beautiful collection. It was a fun, lively collection, perfect for the girl who is young at heart, yet completely glam. Love!
Francesca Liberatore fall/winter 2017/2018 collection New York Fashion Week, February 11, 2017, Skylight Clarkson in New York. These photos were taken from my seat.
Francesca Liberatore has outdone herself this season! Every season I look forward to viewing Francesca Liberatore’s collection at New York Fashion Week. It is always inspired and fresh; yet completely wearable. For fall 2017, her collection has gone a step further. She has taken her collection and made it more luxurious for fall. I am in love!
For the fall/winter 2017/2018 season, Francesca Liberatore took her inspiration from Hyde Park. Not just Hyde Park, but two distinctly different Hyde Parks. One in London in the 1990s with a nod to iconic music group Oasis, and one in New York which is home to the library and residence of Franklin D Roosevelt. Love this!
The collection was filled with powerful stripes in shades of rich blood orange, brick red, magenta, lime, grey, and black which “harken a progress parade on the world’s stage.” There were also shades of champagne, ivory, and pewter. Liberatore used beautiful fabrications which includes velvet and embroidery. Her collection took inspiration from the powerful and popular; how their words can effect society, and how society can shape or destroy them. A nod to current affairs.
The navy and champagne ensemble pictured above was my favorite look from the runway. I felt like it not only embodied her show’s vibe, it had a romantic air about it which I love.