New York Fashion Week has come and go, and was the first time the American Fashion Industry had to rely on exclusively digital means to present their collections. Peter Do, one of New York’s most-watched young designers, who worked for Phoebe Philo at Celine, showed remixes of his staple pieces and House DNA. Matthew Williams, the founder and designer of Alyx, will be showing his first collection the house of Givenchy. So maybe exploring the Spring 2021 Alyx collection could give us some hints as to what to come for the late Hubert de Givenchy’s brand? Rodarte has found a home base, as of late, in photoshoots and lookbooks as a way to present their collection, even before the pandemic. Normally celebrities like Rowan Blanchard, Kirsten Dunst, & Chloe x Halle model their clothes but this season a 1940’s lookbook showcased similarities between wartime fashions and 2020’s health crisis. Tomo Koizumi is the Japanese design prodigy known for his tulle masterpieces and now collaboration with Emilio Pucci. His collection mixed traditional Japanese wedding aesthetics together with his signature tulle to create beautiful looks his customers will probably eat up. Tom Ford, President of the CFDA, gave us a watered-down version of his former Gucci looks, and his branding game is more Calvin Klein undies than luxury fashion brand. Christian Siriano’s masks were the most important aspect of his fashion show this season, as the synchronized swimming by Coco Rocha was very sad to see. Finally, LaQuan Smith, another up and coming name in the New York fashion world, gave a pretty well-rounded collection. He tapped into the sexy and bodycon styles he’s known for but faltered when it came to certain fabrics that felt depressed. He cleaned it up though with a few cutout gowns that would be well suited for Maddie from Euphoria. Overall, New York Fashion Week needs a lot of help, some might even say rehab, and I don’t know who’s gonna be able to help it.
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