#NYFW: Spring 2015 Trends
Jordan Maass | On 24, Sep 2014
It’s gone as quickly as it came. New York Fashion Week is over for another season and it was a magnificent eight days. With prominent designers like Oscar de la Renta, Marc Jacobs & Calvin Klein all presenting, there were many memorable moments including the uniform dressing at Jacobs & beautiful florals at Oscar.
With every new season, there are newÂ trends that are featured across many of the collections and are the guide for the fashion crowd of whatÂ to wear for the comingÂ season. Let’s take a look at the trends for Spring 2015.
Trend One: Gingham
Looking as fresh as a Spring picnic, the ‘it’Â print to be worn in Spring 2015 will be gingham. The checkered material was used by Diane Von Furstenberg, Altuzarra, Michael Kors & Oscar de la Renta in dresses, skirtsuits and sweater-shorts combos. Either accessorised with a floral embellished belt or simply worn on it’s on, gingham provides a strong statement for Spring dressing.
Trend Two: The White Shirt
AÂ simple piece being featured on the runways of Hugo Boss, Peter Som, Marissa Webb & Michael Kors, the white button-up shirt is an essential for Spring andÂ will probably already be in your closet. Belted, layered under a dress, or worn tucked into a stylish pencil skirt, the white button-up can be worn casually in the day and dressed up at night.
Trend Three: GraphicÂ Stripes
In neon, monochromeÂ & thin and thick in shape, graphic stripes were shown in collections from Alexander Wang, DKNY, Lacoste & Suno. Printed on minis, layered looks of sweaters and skirts and daydresses, stripes have never been so colourful. The perfect statement piece for Spring.
Trend Four:Â Layered Whites
Whether it’s military at Victoria Beckham, sheer elegance at Jason Wu, asylum dressing at Dion Lee or minimalist at Misha Nonoo, layered whites are the perfect look for a clean, luxe style. An oversized coat with a daring mini are essential for evening wear.
Trends are a guide to what to wear for the upcoming season, but I always believe in wearing what makes you feel confident. Take some inspiration from this and make it your own. It’s London’s turn next.
Images sourced from Flickr, Fashionising.comÂ