The next season’s fashion kicked off with New York Fashion Week last week, giving us a good chance to check out the designers’ offerings for autumn/winter 2018. The amount of shows does mean a crazy amount of fashion moments, theatrics of all kinds and opportunities to spot incredible street style. It’s our responsibility to round up only the best moments for you, so here you go:
Mr Alexander Wang, leader of the gang of cool kids in NY, put up 80s-inspired denim and ruffles, as only he knows how, with a touch of sports-luxe influence and metal hardware.
Staying true to his well-tailored, preppy aesthetic, Browne added to this with pops of primary colours and the new it-item: the puffer jacket.
Raf Simmons started at Calvin Klein with androgynous tweed suits, plastic-wrapped coats and the cleanest lines we could ever find in a pair of trousers.
With patched varsity-style jackets, fur-trimmed collars, sheer floral dresses and fluffy hiking boots, Coach had it all. In the best way possible.
The only thing a pale pink suit should be paired with? A white tee and shimmering silver cummerbund, says Mr Oscar de la Renta.
Think cropped coordinated suits of brown tweed, emblazoned with many polished buttons. Think bright blue tights and fishnet stockings. Think Desigual for A/W 17/18.
Where boxy-cut tailoring meets military influences, Dion Lee provides us with belted jackets and all the safari pockets you could ever wish for.
All the beautiful soft lace and floaty fabrics in greys, blacks and whites, coming together to form a perfect Carolina Herrera dress, complete with a ribbon around the collar.
Asymmetry meets a wide rang of textured black fabrics for Jason Wu‘s showcase.
Bundled up in layers of knits, we saw and fell in love with the monochromatic, minimal looks in grey and camel at Michael Kors.
Lacoste presented gorgeous overcoats and longline dresses: sports-luxe with hints of velour and pops of colour.
Marchesa gave us bright green satin numbers formed into bows, and we couldn’t complain one bit.
Playing with the proportions of puffer jackets and mid-calf-length ruffled skirts, we got all we ever wanted for our winter-outfit inspiration at 3.1 Phillip Lim.
Modernised glamour at Prabal Gurung, with flapper fringes attached to tailored coats and nipped-in waists.
After seeing this look at Rosie Assoulin, we decided to never again wear trousers that don’t have a frill at the hem, and immediately wanted to go out and buy the wraparound jacket.
We almost cried when we saw this belted and buttoned jacket-meets-cape at Proenza Schouler. The show was filled with unexpected mesh cutouts and hints of high-shine metallics.
Tory Burch showcased regal, gilded florals in floor-length coats, dresses and ornately decorated handbags.
With gorgeous knits and swirly patterns, Victoria Beckham decided all women do look better with curves, and gave us her preppy take with print sweaters and gorgeous, flowing trousers.
We’re not sure what we love more about this DVF look, the short cross-body bag, cropped puffer jacket or floor-length sheer printed dress.
Zadig & Voltaire gave us the best-looking knit to ever be seen, in nautical colours with a 90s-inspired sporty edge and pops of colour.
All images from Imaxtree.