What a weekend for fashion.
In New York, at least! NYFW is still going strong, and the shows only keep getting better (and more star-studded). Friday night’s groundbreaking Givenchy presentation set the tone for Saturday and Sunday, in which heavy-hitters likeDiane Von Furstenberg, Alexander Wang and Monique Lhuillier all debuted their spring-summer wares.
Vibrant color stories continue to rule the runway, with designers putting forth punchy tangerine, citrine and melon hues for next season. (But these looks are so covetable that we’ll probably be incorporating them into our wardrobes for fall.
Talk about feast for the eyes: Hoffman’s pastel, cloud and rainbow prints were made even more delightful by matching head wraps. Even better? Hoffman gave us a peek into her workspace, so we got to see the designer’s spring 2016 process.
We don’t know what we loved more from Prabal Gurung’s spring-summer collection: The fiery color story or the cut-for-the-red-carpet dresses we can already envision on some of Hollywood’s biggest stars come Emmy season.
Finally, watermelon hues and watercolor prints stole the show (and our breaths) at Monique Lhuillier. For more great looks, click here.
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