Hits and Misses: New York Trend Week Fall 2020
New York Trend Week Fall 2020 is over simply as shortly because it began. Given the shorter schedule and the absence of heavyweights like Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger and Jeremy Scott, the stress to hold the “week” fell to different manufacturers. (Assume Proenza Schouler, Dion Lee, Rodarte and final 12 months’s CFDA/Vogue Trend Fund winner Christopher John Rogers.) It was as much as our discussion board members to resolve which collections raised the bar and which of them have been subpar.
Which designers reigned supreme?
Rogers didn’t disappoint together with his first post-win outing by flaunting an array of vibrant and voluminous creations. Proenza Schouler offered a fantastically styled assortment. And Marc Jacobs closed out New York Trend Week with a bang due to his 60s-inspired providing.
Which designers missed the mark?
Lee got here up a bit of quick this season with a set resembling “a poor man’s Alexander Wang,” whereas the Mulleavy sisters‘ long-awaited Huge Apple comeback did not resonate. And our discussion board members have been left questioning if Christian Siriano raided the clearance bins at Temper Materials.
From Michael Kors Assortment to Monse and Brock Assortment to Brandon Maxwell, our no-holds-barred discussion board members have been discussing and dissecting every present. Click on via the slideshow above to see the hits and misses of New York Trend Week Fall 2020.