The New York Fall 2018 fashion week is in full force, filling the streets of the city with vivid colors, bold patterns, amazing shoes and a few semi-crazy looks that we all love. The NYFW, definitely the coolest of all fashion events, marks the beginning of the season - the fashion month - that’s about to flash by and leave us dazed and confused by a haze of trends to follow.
But if there’s one thing we can already deduce from this fashion week is that the tights are here - and they’re here to stay. Everyone from Tom Ford to Zadig & Voltaire are showing tights on the runway, and lots of it - and we can’t say we don’t love it.
So how to transform the runway look, to your everyday life? You don’t have to splurge on a Tom Ford piece or an Anna Sui item to look chic and trendy, and we are here to help.
A leopard on Rodeo Drive
Glitter, sequins, bright colors and leopard - Tom Ford always knows how to impress, but his recent show had it all, and then some. This Beverly Hills inspired collection brought the 80’s back with a huge bang and a lot of tights.
We especially loved the all green-leopard look, of a lime green skimpy minnie dress made entirely of sequins, paired with bold leopard tights and a bright shiny bag.
Want to get the look? Check out our green leopard tights.
A Bohemian Kick
Anna Sui has already positioned herself as a front row NY designer, and her fashion week show was just another proof why. This always colorful, exuding youth designer, presented a fun-loving, lively and unbelievably cool collection.
Within the many futuristic and edgy shows that overflow the NYFW, Anna Sui was a breath of boho-chic and groovy fresh air. With soft textiles, warm tones and a lot of printed tights, Sui depicted the joy of dressing up.
Want to be an Anna Sui girl too? We’ve got you covered with this ultra-cool paintbrush mustard piece.
The young designer, who got public after winning the reality Project Runway, had hit an impressive milestone: his brand’s 10 years anniversary. For his collection, he truly embodied everything he stands for - empowering women, celebrating every body type, and doing that glamorously.
His sexy-glamourous show was full of ball gowns and a red-carpet flair, worn by models in avery size and shape. He incorporated some empowering messages, adding his people are people slogan onto his bags, and sending actress Selma Blair, who came forward as part of the #MeToo movement, in a catsuit covered in script.