Tim Coppens mixed and matched colors, patterns, and other mediums like a pro on the runway this season during NYFWM SS16 Day Three. TBH I never thought yellow, let alone neon yellow, would be a color that a light skinned, blonde haired guy could wear, but this collection definitely proved me wrong. Not that I see myself rocking neon yellow anytime soon, but I definitely am digging the combo of it with grey + navy.
Richard Chai had a star studded front row and for good reason. His show and half the fashion week attendees have convinced me to give cropped trousers a go, once it cools down a bit.
Theory presented their presentation on the rooftop of their store in Meatpacking, and the New York skyline proved to be the perfect backdrop for their collection. Main take away for this one? As long as your basics are well tailored, they definitely won’t look basic.
My favorite thing about John Elliott? He actually dresses the same way his collections look. I ran into him at the CFDA x Amazon NYFWM kick off party, and besides being incredibly handsome he looked like he just stepped out of one his runway shows.
Robert Geller made me want to take a trip out West, also to invest in more olive + white pieces, and while I probably won’t be able to wear a poncho that often – it’s great for those few remaining festivals or beach vacations that may or may not be on the horizon.
Billy Reid can do not wrong, seriously. He even sent sandals down the runway with a suit, and no one batted an eye. He’s a pro at making “dressing up” not feel quite so dressed up, and for that reason he’ll always be one of my favorites.
Alexandre Plokhov‘s latest collection has me ready to go out and find myself an olive jumpsuit and to start wearing more black.
Photos from Style.com