As New York Fashion Week returns to the physical runways, we bring you a round-up of the shows so far.
Designed by Stuart Vevers Coach’s Spring/Summer 2022 collection reiterates a new chapter for the brand that embraces innovation, technology and the next generation. Presented via a special virtual show Vever’s concentrated on sustainability, creating classic pieces that are built to last beyond just one season.
“Spring presents my vision of a new vocabulary of American fashion inspired by our 80-year heritage through the lens of the next generation,” said Vevers. “A celebration, too, of the colorful, upbeat optimism of Coach’s first designer Bonnie Cashin, it’s a collection I designed in response to the times we are living through—and a collective wish for a better, brighter future.”
Michael Kors bought together elegance, fifties glamour and love for his Spring/Summer 2022 collection presentation. As the designer celebrates 40 years in fashion, he presented his latest collection with a star-studded line up including Gigi Hadid and Kendall Jenner.
The collection was a return to romance and happiness with sequins hearts and all things love at the centre. Sleek and feminine this was a collection that embraced the core DNA of the brand and was designed to make every woman feel elegant and feminine.
Carolina Herrera’s Spring 2022 collection by Wes Gordon was a celebration of four decades of the House. Bringing together classic elements from the history of the brand and modernising them for today, Gordon creates a collection that’s both timeless and contemporary. Embracing post-pandemic dressing this collection was all about all-out glamour.
From monochrome cocktail dresses to bold red ball gowns, Gordon is getting women ready for celebrations to come. Day looks including fresh, young designs that will surely be snapped up by the younger generation as the brand starts its next forty-year journey.
Jeremy Scott’s Spring/Summer 2022 collection for Moschino looks to the designs of Franco Moschino, the founder of the House. Titled “Ladies Who Lunch” the collection carries the Moschino woman to a dainty fashion pasture abounding with nostalgia and novelty as per the vision of its founder.
A fantasy world of animal prints, playful characters and childlike designs are playful yet feminine in a way that only Moschino can do. With influences from the nineties this collection takes us back to our childhood.