Fashion month has ended, but we still can’t stop looking back at the amazing shows during New York Fashion Week. Despite a shorter schedule, there was a host of unmissable moments from the American fashion capital. From explosive performances to fabulous locations (including Tom Ford’s subway runway), and of course, top-notch fashion, we were treated to lots of thrills over the five jam-packed days. Here are three of our favourite spring/summer 2020 shows.
For his show, Ralph Lauren turned a former bank on Wall Street into “Ralph’s Club.” During the See Now, Buy Now show, there was a lot of classic Jazz Age glamour and style, including sharp tuxedo suits, flouncy long skirts with vests, gorgeous red carpet gowns and lots of sequins and velvet.
And dressed in a tuxedo vest and ball skirt, Janelle Monáe stole the show with her breathtaking jazz performance at the one-night only Art Deco decorated venue.
We loved the colourful, whimsical and joyful collection from Marc Jacobs, who brought New York Fashion Week to a close. Vibrant hues, sparkles, feathers, flowing florals, plaid pantsuits, enormous gowns, metallic trousers and over-the-top hats come down the catwalk at the Park Avenue Armory. Like the Spring 2002 collection it was a “celebration of life, joy, equality, individuality, optimism, happiness, indulgence, dreams and a future unwritten.”
Tommy Hilfiger X Zendaya
For the second (and last time), the brand and actress teamed up to present the Tommy Hilfiger X Zendaya TommyNow show. The epic runway at New York’s Apollo Theater paid tribute to the style icons of Harlem with a party featuring vintage cars, a choir and a saxophone player. Many of Zendaya’s celebrity friends admired the circa 70s-inspired autumn collection, in collaboration with Law Roach, which included leather bell-bottoms, leopard print coats, black leather dresses, metallic flares, snakeskin, polka dots and silver lamé .