The New York Fashion Week that began on February 10, injected shades of neon pink and poppy orange into the classic blacks and greys. Retailers, editors and stylists got a preview of more than 100 runway collections.
Luca Luca had opposing silhouettes of slim, pencil skirts versus exaggerated A-lines.
Black was the dominant colour, but to keep things interesting, Siriano mixed textures.
Max Azria’s BCBG fall collection revealed the layered look with vintage like silhouette nor heaven forbid anything messy on the runway.
Vena Cava resurrected the ’90s look with a palette of black underscored by electric blue for the label’s fall 2011 collection at New York Fashion Week.
The Japanese designer included hand-cut floral organza detailing in purple, green and deep navy blues.
Jenni Kayne balanced dressy and sporty with a standout dose of neon pink and bright gemstone tones in silk skirts and chunky sweaters.