The ‘anything but boring’ New York Fashion Week showcasing Spring/Summer 2020 designs from renowned designers from around the globe took place last week. A true breathe of fresh air hit NYC as we emerge from the fog of Covid-19 into a color-scape of styles adorning the streets.
This year’s NYFW previewed the Fall’s most anticipated cuts displaying a vibrant-themed collection from top tier brands. The city itself gained a revitalized city scene, which has been absent for a full year, all while debuting some fashion forward ensembles. Popular shows at NYFW SS22 included Peter Do, Monse, Moschino, Proenza Schouler, Thom Browne and many more. For attendees, the goal seemed to surround bold patterns, riveting hues, and strong color burst that grasped attention miles away. The details of this years’ Street Style focused on shoe-game which ranged from SB Dunk Low Travis Scott, “Panda” Dunk Lows and Jordan 1 Retro High Off-White Chicago. In addition to outstanding shoe choices, we viewed signature selections such as the Thom Browne’s exceptional kilt and suit jacket pairing, for starters. Consistent combinations like loose-fitting Prada bowling shirts layered under lightweight overcoats made a viewing a few times.