The 2011 New York fashion week has come to an end on 17th. It lasted for 8 days, which left a deep impression on people from the fashion world. Recently the media has selected the most beautiful designs in the fashion week. Now let’s take a look.
The designs of this season of Anna Sui are originated from the U.S industrial art sports and the whole collection focuses on the print material of different patterns, maintaining its girlish style. The prints include flowers, animals and so on. Matched with the knitted garment or wool skirt, they can fully express the style of a rock Lolita. Yet, the bright-colored material and the flower patterns may not suit everyone. If you do not pay attention, you will look like a girl coming from the rural area. So how to make a balance when matching your clothes is important.
Alexander Wang can be considered as the designer with the toughest style in this season for he returns to the style of black metal. He uses black as the major color and more exaggerated appearance, obvious layers and soft material to create a strong, tough and sexy female image. There are several dresses with tearing tails that attract us. Slim girls who like Japanese style and want to try the neutral style can have a try.
Donna Karan is called the Contemporary Grace Kelly, aiming at the style of elegance and grandeur. The 2011 autumn and winter collection is named Pearls of Wisdom by its designer because many pearls are used as accessories. Suede gloves, different pearl accessories and semitransparent gauze…… you name it. With long silk scarf and weird make-up, the whole look looks comfortable and shows a sense of mystery. Several dresses that are focus on the sense of falling will be popular in the coming season.
Marc by Marc Jacobs
Marc by Marc Jacobs has used a lot of materials with metal colors to offer us a set of designs of the 1970s disco style in the fashion week for this season. Velvet dress with the pattern of leopard is a highlight of the collection. All designs look energetic and fit those who love street style. Marc Jacobs’ works are attracting attention. Fashion critics Suzy Menkes, the French editor of Vogue Emmanuelle Alt and the writer of the fashion blog Anna Dello Russo all came to the show and supported him.
The most stunning design of this season belongs to Marchesa. The collection, which is inspired by the character Miss Havisham in the Great Expectations written by Charles Dickens, is fabulous. Though Havisham was notorious in the novel and called Witch, girls will be crazy when they see this collection. There are wedding gowns with long mantilla and hand-tailored embroidery sash and dresses with fish tail decorated with paper-cut patterns in this collection, which leave an unforgettable impression on girls. The delicate cutting and excellent materials satisfies Miss Havisham’s all great expectations.
This season of Michael Kors’, aiming at the U.S. style, focuses on practicability and comfort level. The first half of the show demonstrates casual designs with knitted materials and loosens garments. The style became elegant in the second half. Luxury coats and gowns with blinking decorations fit any formal situations.
Oscar de la Renta
Oscar de la Renta’s autumn and winter collection demonstrates a design concept of matching with Las Vegas and Uzbekistan. Warm furs and exotic style are best shown in this collection. You should be brave enough to wear the miniskirt and the short coat with prints of national style. Two items that seem unrelated can give you a unique style.