Today was day 1 of New York Fashion Week. Designers and fashion lovers alike have gathered in the city for the showing of Fall/Winter 2015 Ready-to-Wear collections. I opened above with my favorite look of the day: a happy surprise from Coach! The above look is one of those looks I would throw on straight off the runway. Best believe I will be waiting for the moment those shoes drop! Outerwear seems to be a main fixture in the collection grounded by neutrals in black, white, and gray and brightened with pops of Marsala and Custard.
Neutral looks at Coach.
Marsala accents in outerwear and knitwear.
Custard outerwear and bags.
Long-gone is the “basic bitch” Coach. Here comes the “bad bitch.” I am excited for them to depart from their stereotypical handbags and venture even further into Ready to Wear!
My next favorite collection of the day is the 70’s esque collection from Creatures of the Wind.
You are seriously lying to yourself if you say the look above isn’t giving you major “Lydia Deetz combined with a flower child” vibes. Another collection for fall largely based in black and white, this collection is brightened
with stripes and floral prints.
I could definitely see Jackie Burkhart rocking this in a basement hangout.
The fur, floral, and scallop print are an obvious homage to the closets of our mothers.
Creatures of the Wind has always been one to watch for me and I’m sure we will see many more wonderful collections from Shane Gabier and Christopher Peters.
Apparently collections with the word “Creatures” is my jam today because this line, peppered with menswear-inspired looks and knitwear, from Creatures of Comfort is number 3
on my list for the day. The best part? They seem to practice what they preach: Comfort.
Menswear-inspired pieces from Creatures of Comfort, showing their effortless tailoring.
The knitwear was structured through knots and sleek silhouettes.
While I can’t be at NYFW, I will be reporting live from my laptop so keep an eye on the blog as well as my Instagram! @rebeccamarlene_
Photo credits to style.com