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NYFW | Frow Style
So much fashion, so little time.
New York Fashion week is blitzing through what is a pretty relentless schedule, with many designers presenting their spring collections in one of the most tried and tested methods: the live catwalk.
The all-important FROW has always been a hot topic with statements being made with who lands a coveted spot. It’s usually a revealing line up of famous faces and industry heavyweights and air kisses all round. The world’s most influential designers would of course pull equally influential individuals. Whilst the emphasis is, or should be on the showcase, it’s also a prime opportunity for some serious fashion styling by the guests themselves. The 70’s and 90’s vibe is still having its moment in the sun with seemingly everyone picking one or the other.
We’ve picked our faves below!
Hi white frilly sheer dress! We’re glad to see that Nicola Peltz went a full slip underneath and not some barely-there-nudes a la this year’s Met Gala.
Somehow, I don’t think we’ve ever seen Alexa Chung look anything but effortlessly chic. Case in point that you can’t actually have too much white. This is where 90’s minimalism has its fresh face: simple shapes and lines with embellished details.
Speaking of minimal cool – you cannot step wrong if you emulate this classic jeans and loose top look by Jessica Hart.
The Givenchy show was clearly one of the must-be-at events with their impressive installation by none other than Marina Abramovic providing a reflective and inclusive backdrop to Ricardo’s collection.
Amanda Seyfried, a Givenchy face was of course, wearing Givenchy. The secret ingredient to pulling off this ensemble is the high and low mix. 70’s fishtail in sequins require very little accessorising and her easy tank top is it’s perfect match.