The best of the New York Fashion Week: Carolina Herrera, Anna Sui, 3.1 Phillip Lim and Proenza Schouler

While we are working and self-absorbed in our daily routine, in New York the glamor of fashion shows that mark the trends that we will wear during the autumn-winter 2019/2020. The New York Fashion Week brings us the proposals of Carolina Herrera, J. Mendel, 3.1 Phillip Lim and Proenza Schouler so that we look to the future and know what we will wear next winter.

Carolina Herrera autumn-winter 2019/2020

We love this more modern and youthful evolution of Carolina Herrera. With a lot of color, a lot of print, with fluid silhouettes that run away from stiffness. He Carolina Herrera parade He has been starring divine dresses with which to animate the winter. The flowers ties and frills give volume and eye-catching looks. As a newest garment, the cut-out suit that we want to wear now.

3.1 Phillip Lim

Utility fashion comes to office looks with large pockets, belts that decorate garments, visible stitching, and lots of skirts and comfortable pants that maintain elegance. By the way, the windbreaker also reaches the urban looks.

Proenza Schouler

In Proenza Schouler they have worked the unstructured garments, with knitted dresses, blazers and trench coats that adopt original and unusual forms. The leather and the garments of patchwork They demonstrate the desire for experimentation in the firm to create novel silhouettes. Attention to where the neckline is now worn: in the armpits.

Anna Sui

The color comes to New York Fashion Week with Anna Sui. Inspired by the hippie movement and with very punk wigs of all colors, the American designer of Chinese origin recovers handmade garments, woven with wool, floral blouses, corduroy coats to create a collection where the mix of prints, colors and Overlays have a psychedelic point.

Video: Anna Sui Spring Summer 2020 Show. NYFW (December 2019).