Top 5 Runways from NYFW S/S 18 

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  • Carolina Herrera

Fashion designer Carolina Herrera debuted an electric, multi-color Spring 2018 collection at the Museum of Modern Art’s Sculpture Garden for New York Fashion Week.

The Venezuelan-born designer recreated her signature stripes and polka dots using splashy color combinations and finished her designs with hand-painted mirror buttons.

“It’s a celebration of color because color is very powerful and color is an art, in fashion, everywhere,” Herrera said.

Her evening dresses featured heavy satin contrasted with light tulle in soft hues and metallic sequins on vibrant-colored material. Animal prints on the bottoms of several dresses came alive as the models walked to the tune of “She’s a rainbow” by the Rolling Stones.

La diseñadora de moda Carolina Herrera, debutó una colección eléctrica de primavera-verano 2018 en el Jardín de Escultura del Museo de Arte Moderno de la Semana de la Moda de Nueva York.

La diseñadora venezolana presentó una colección llena de color, tonos vibrantes y saturados que aportan confianza, y sorprendentes combinaciones que transmite energía positiva. Mangas y hombreras dramáticas contrarrestan finas cinturas ceñidas por anchos cinturones y fajines con los tonos de la temporada.

Los lunares y las rayas, sello de la casa, se reinventan en combinaciones de colores frescos y con acabados pintados a mano y botones espejo. La enérgica paleta de colores de rojo imperial, iris y amarillo eléctrico define esta colección. “Es una celebración de color porque el color es muy poderoso y el color es un arte, en la moda, en todas partes”, dijo Herrera.

  • Oscar de la Renta

Oscar de la Renta dares with denim and fur at New York Fashion Week. In developing their second runway collection for Oscar de la Renta, Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia wanted to pay homage to the house founder in a personal way.

Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia chose Sotheby’s York Avenue galleries for their Oscar de la Renta show. From feminine-infused tulle to colorful sequin logos, the brand’s spring gowns made quite the impact while entering and exiting the runway via an escalator.

New techniques used by the label this year included laser-cut leather, Garcia said, along with the denim, part of an effort to expand the clientele and the appeal of the brand. Still, Kim and Garcia’s Oscar de la Renta is a work in progress.

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