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NYFW Designer Lookout Guide

January 17, 2019248Shares

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For all of you fashion lovers out there, New York Fashion Week is around the corner and your fam at Inclub want to let you in on what designers and shows to lookout for this year. Fashion week will be from February 4th to the 9th. The cfda has provided a calendar of all the shows , if you are interested in looking at more.We know that people express themselves in different styles and colors. Here are the shows you may want to livestream this year.

    If you’re someone who enjoys a sophisticated look but you don’t want to express yourself as too preppy, I’d watch the Nicole Miller show that comes on Thursday Feb 7th at 7 p.m.Miller loves designing her clothes with sparkle and nature motifs but of course depending on what’s inspiring her at the moment that could always change. Moving on if you are someone who loves her bags then you may also want to watch her show. Yes, I am talking about Kate Spade. Her show will come on Friday at 12 p.m. After her tragic passing, creative director Nicole Glass has made sure to keep Spade’s line optimistic and her spirit present. Spades collection is usually known for having asymmetrical pieces where you can see the movement in the silhouettes along with a little sparkle of some kind.

    Now, for someone who wants to take it a little more father with sparkle and is more of a ristaker, I’d would advise you to watch the Jeremy Scott show on Friday at 8 p.m. He is known for having loud, roaring pieces that can’t be ignored. He knows how to play with color and shape! If your style is opposite to loud patterns and colors than you may want to go and click on the Jason Wu show that will start at 1p.m. February 8th. His clothing line is very plain jane but puts attention to detail on the stitching and how the fabric lays on the body. Plain clothing helps with layering and accessorizing.

    Last but not least, if you your style involves playing both with pattern but also adding plain pieces, you should check out Self-Portrait show on Saturday at 10 a.m. This designer loves playing around with pieces that were popular in different decades. From nylon to spandex, it’s all about incorporating different fabrics to colors. This designer is all about the collage approach to style.

    You can live stream all the NYFW shows on thecut.com, nowfashion.com and nyfw.com

 

Bianca Portillo-Maldonado