New York Fashion Week: Oscar de la Renta FW18

Dana Mortada   |   13 - 02 - 2018

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Since Kim and Fernando Garcia have been named creative directors behind the glam Italian fashion house, are trying their best to stay in tune with the needs of people and are carefully leading a legacy into continuous success.

 

One must say that this third runway is an assured step forward for the millennial designers. The duo revisited De la Renta’s archives, and welcomed party dresses in flare silhouettes and sheer lace bodices.

 

The pretty collection feature flower prints and intricate embroideries, including rich velvet and silk fabrics. The collection was a remembrance of when the duo worked alongside Oscar and the trip they took The Cloisters for the Janet Cardiff sound exhibition.

 

The winners of the collection were the evening-wear series, especially the black velvet bodice paired with a voluminous crêpe de chine printed skirt.

 

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