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The 17 Best Modest Looks from New York Fashion Week Fall 2022 Ready-to-Wear

The 17 Best Modest Looks from New York Fashion Week Fall 2022 Ready-to-Wear

The fall 2022 season of New York Fashion Week seemed to cover nearly every aspect of modest dressing. With comfort as the major underlying tone with most collections, as is the case with post-pandemic fashion, pieces came in demure and loose silhouettes. At Proenza Schouler, a head-covered Bella Hadid may have garnered the most attention, but there were also long skirts, dresses, and tailored suits. Brandon Maxwell offered various styling tips with its collection, which included full skirts paired with knitted sweaters, shirt dresses with jeans, and the star of them all: a blanket shawl that doubles as a cozy and stylish wrap.
Pushing boundaries with edgier looks, Eckhaus Latta sent pieces with fun fabrics and slits down the runway, including two looks that will speak to anyone who doesn’t associate modest with boring. Altuzarra‘s collection toed the line on fall fashion and featured an abundance of outerwear with shearling collars for extra warmth, long wool skirts, and the standout sequin dresses, one of which was paired with a peacoat. If post-COVID-19 style means fewer sweatpants and more dressing up to you, a few designers also presented their take on maximalist style this season. Cue Carolina Herrera’s Wes Gordon-created pieces for the woman who “want the wow from Herrera”. Think, playful and colorful designs combined with refined glamour in coat dresses, dramatic full sleeves, and other 60s style silhouettes. Naeem Khan took the sentiment a step further in stretch sequined dresses, and evening wear jumpsuits, as well as caped dresses.
Below, take a look at our edit of the best modest looks from New York Fashion Week Fall 2022 Ready-to-Wear.
Proenza Schouler
Brandon Maxwell
Eckhaus Latta
Altuzarra
Carolina Herrera
Tory Burch
Proenza Schouler
Eckhaus Latta
Brandon Maxwell
Altuzarra
Naeem Khan
Helmut Lang
Carolina Herrera
Michael Kors
Batsheva
Michael Kors
Naeem Khan
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Faouzia Takes on Snowy NYC in a Purple Catsuit, Blue Coat, and Hot Pink Faux Fur Stole

Faouzia Takes on Snowy NYC in a Purple Catsuit, Blue Coat, and Hot Pink Faux Fur Stole

Photo: Instagram.com/faouzia
There isn’t a better time and place to realize your style potential to the fullest than on the streets during a fashion week. Faouzia knows this, and recently, the Moroccan singer has been spotted taking her outfits to the next level while dashing between shows and fittings in New York. While the 21-year-old has always been within range of sporting covetable style, the cool girl factor of her ensembles has never been dialed up as high as it has now.

Styled by V Smith, Faouzia’s latest look saw her putting a winter-appropriate spin on hues one would normally associate with spring and summer. Grey, snowy NYC served as the perfect backdrop for her colorful outfit which consisted of a purple catsuit with a high neck and gloves by D. Haleter, topped with a long blue Annakiki coat, and paired with a statement hot pink faux fur stole by Adrienne Landau x Saulo Villela.

Faouzia’s recent looks have showcased her range in wearing everything from feminine, romantic dresses to slightly more masculine, oversized sets. For the Christian Cowan show, the ‘Minefields’ singer went bold with an all-leather outfit which included a black corseted dress with zip detailing, matching thigh-high stiletto boots, and a tailored animal print blazer with structured sleeves. Ahead of Valentine’s Day, Faouzia was also spotted in a girly Versace dress topped with a sleeveless lilac sweater and printed tights and kept warm in a cropped faux fur jacket in white to match her heels.

If these looks have brought out a style-forward side to the singer, there may be many more noteworthy looks to come from Faouzia.
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35 of the Most Vibrant Street Style Photos From New York Fashion Week Fall 2022

35 of the Most Vibrant Street Style Photos From New York Fashion Week Fall 2022

Phil Oh is back in business at New York Fashion Week, capturing the best street style moments day and night. Expect lots of classic plaids and friendly neutrals when the sun is out, with feathers and faux furs taking over after dark. Scroll through his favorite photos here, and come back all month long as he makes his way around the fashion capitals of the world.
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Originally published in Vogue.com

Bella Hadid Kicks Off New York Fashion Week in a Look Worthy of a 21st-Century Jo Stockton

Bella Hadid Kicks Off New York Fashion Week in a Look Worthy of a 21st-Century Jo Stockton

And we’re off. New York Fashion Week finally got underway on February 11, with Proenza Schouler kickstarting proceedings in the light-filled exhibition space of the Brand Foundation in the East Village. There to model designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez’s latest elegant creations? Bella Hadid, making her way down the runway in a hooded peplum turtleneck. With a large gold brooch adorning her chest, the look felt distinctly Jo Stockton, but make it 2022.
That sense of downtown cool carried through the rest of the event, which featured a violin quintet performing an original composition by Eartheater, while attendees were gifted a story by novelist Ottessa Moshfegh titled, ‘Where Will We Go Next?’
If Bella embodied the Parsons grads’ vision fully on the catwalk, she reverted to her own distinctive style post-show. To exit the venue, the 25-year-old threw on a white T-shirt and oversized leather jacket, adding a splash of color with a vintage Chanel bag.
Photo: Getty
The graffiti-covered canvas style dates from the French house’s spring/summer 2015 collection, which saw Karl Lagerfeld send an army of models down Boulevard Chanel toting feminist placards. “I don’t see why every human being is not on the same level,” he told Vogue of the collection at the time. “They’re all pieces everyone can play with. No ’60s, no ’70s… More mode de vie than mode.”

In addition to flower-power Chanel buttons, the shoulder bag also features the phrase, “Make fashion, not war.” Given the news out of the Kremlin this weekend, it’s a statement that could hardly feel more timely.
Originally published in Vogue.co.uk

Staud RTW Spring 2022

Staud RTW Spring 2022

“This is a moment to celebrate what we’ve been through, that we are warriors, but at the same time, we’re allowed to celebrate and dance, disco and enjoy our victories even though we’re still fighting certain battles,” Sarah Staudinger said in a virtual morning preview ahead of her NYFW runway show. “If you’re going to dance in the spring, where do you want to go? For me, it was this Italian seaside disco moment.” On Sunday night, the Staud designer (who also announced plans for the brand’s first retail store) converted the Spring Studios terrace into a sunny yellow disco dreamland, complete with lemon “disco ball,” picturesque city views, a finale firework show and fabulous, happy feminine fashions. Even Larry David was there, watching as Irina Shayk, Paloma Elsesser, Stella Maxwell, Precious Lee, Richie Shazam, Gemma Ward and more megawatt models emerged on the lemon yellow carpeted runway to disco party tunes. The designer’s runway show was not one to be missed, nor were her clothes.

The look: Feminine disco party along the Italian riviera.
Quote of note: “I want to start with why I feel it’s important to show. A lot has happened over the past few years since we showed spring. For me, this is really about a celebration and a moment. I realized that I’m not a designer, and we’re not a brand that’s going to tell you exclusively low waists are in and high necks are out, etc. That’s not the trend I’m interested in discussing as much as the mood I think we should be in. For me, it was important to show — because I feel like so much has happened in the last two years and we’ve all fought battles, be it COVID-19, equality, correct pronouns….So many people have fought important battles over the last two years, and this is a moment to celebrate that. Throughout the collection, you’ll see a lot of citrus fruits — oranges, lemons — and that’s emblematic of the juice being worth the squeeze.”

Key pieces: Dresses were a big focus, ranging from short and sweet to long and fluid, as were matching sets. A standout, strictly showpiece, dress made up of leather and crocheted fruits (the same motif was prevalent on an easier, fluid gown); short and bright, knit party dresses with raffia and feathered hems. The Italian riviera feel came through lemon, orange and floral printed fashions for day to eve, knot details, easy poplin frocks, waved hems, printed scarf styles, crochet bikinis and little crop tops with low-slung, airy skirts, raffia footwear accents and kitschy little fruit-shaped bags, while stellar wrapped leather gladiator sandals alluded to warrior message.
The takeaway: Fresh, happy, modern, a little sexy and definitely playful. The collection upheld Staudinger’s continually strong brand DNA in fresh ways, offering a bit of something for everyone for the Italian Riviera and beyond.

25 Uplifting Spring 2022 Looks from New York Fashion Week

25 Uplifting Spring 2022 Looks from New York Fashion Week

Fashion week, in physical form, is officially back. Yes, the shows are smaller and masks remain a firm fixture but there are runways, audiences and new, no-holds-barred fashion that is generating the sort of excitement Covid-19 has been doing its best to quash. Color! Embellishment! Power prints! Couture-like draping! We’ve barely put a dent in a packed month-long schedule of shows and yet, New York has delivered hit after joyful hit of dreamy exuberance.
Unsurprisingly, declarations of reemergence and reconnection have manifested in collections that are anticipating a new normal filled with parties, alfresco adventures, and frivolous fun. Those Rodarte beaded fringe dresses in flamingo pink and lemon? Begging for an opportunity to shimmy and shake. Proenza Schouler’s searing neon shades? Poised and ready to brighten up a sidewalk near you. Carolina Herrera’s beautifully excessive gowns and cocktail dresses? Well, there’s no need to worry about the where and when – masterpieces like this bring a sense of occasion with them.
Yes, feel-good fashion has well and truly entered the zeitgeist and it’s invigorating. Will the coming weeks add minimalist tailoring and practical back-to-the-office suiting to the manifesto? Most likely. But for now, let us just revel in the magnificence – the exceptional craftsmanship – of fashion that promises nothing but sheer joy…
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Markarian RTW Spring 2022

Markarian RTW Spring 2022

Markarian designer Alexandra O’Neill had the opportunity of a lifetime when she dressed First Lady Jill Biden for the inauguration of President Joe Biden.
On Friday, she stepped onto another big platform, the New York Fashion Week runway.
True to her dressed-up DNA, she chose to have her show at the Rainbow Room atop Rockefeller Center, and made good use of the twinkling chandelier and rotating dance-floor backdrop.
Models Maria Borges and Hilary Rhoda, influencer Danielle Bernstein, political aide Huma Abedin and Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney, who represents New York’s Fashion District, were among the guests dressed in Markarian at the salon-style tables.

“I love Alexandra’s story that she learned to sew not at Pratt or FIT, but from her grandmother.…I’m so proud of her and she also happens to be a constituent so I’m here to support her,” said Maloney. “I’m also here because she invited me!”
While she showed a bit of daywear, pairing sweetheart pointelle knit sweaters with pink and red heart-print ruffle skirts, and dresses with 1940s flair, O’Neill’s business is really dresses for parties and weddings. In that department there was a lot to entice in her hyper-feminine style — a beaded candy pink wiggle dress with bows on the shoulders, a strapless pink gown with exquisite 3D floral appliquéd lace, floral embroidered off-the-shoulder columns and rich brocade corset dresses.

More fashion-forward newness came in the form of hand-beaded boleros, which looked fab over a satin slip skirt or with evening pants. An ivory off-the-shoulder corset top paired with clear sequin-coated micro check trousers also had a sophisticated polish.
The designer’s first handbags, inspired by classic minaudières and matched to each look, hinted at her ever-expanding universe. So, too, did the crowd, which included buyers from all the big stores.

Coach RTW Spring 2022

Coach RTW Spring 2022

The entertainment value of the “Coach TV” public access video montage may have been questionable (save from Chaka Khan’s turn as a tele-psychic, which elicited some cheers), but when the runway show did finally get underway, it was worth the wait.
Designer Stuart Vevers pared back the superfluous layers that have overcomplicated some of his past efforts to zero in on Coach’s history as an icon of New York, right up there with Zabars, Serendipity, the Brooklyn Bridge and the Eagle Bar, all of which were name-checked on clever souvenir-style graphic T-shirts and mini totes.

In considering American fashion’s legacy, from sportswear to streetwear, the connecting thread is ease. So Vevers went back to the well of one of the godmothers of it all, Bonnie Cashin, remixing her checked outerwear and signature hardware for today’s vintage lovers.
A pink windowpane check cape with turnlock hardware, rust-and-navy mohair plaid shirt jacket, and canvas raincoat with leather pockets were just a few of covetable statement coats.
Baggy denim skater shorts, some in Coach’s logo print; exploded houndstooth shirts with leather trim and turn-lock fastenings; T-shirt dresses with trompe l’oeil Cashin-era cardigan details, and throwback ’90s kilts for all genders were fun, commercial pieces.

Acid-bright patterned flared pants, denim vests, silk print baby-doll dresses, wool baseball caps and hiking boots added to the ’70s-meets-’90s vintage appeal. And the newest bag with kiss-lock closure, is based on the original “Cashin Carry” from 1969.
The lineup embodied what Vevers described as “how the next generation would reinterpret our heritage. This time I was looking at people who will shape our future.”
If they aren’t thrifting, they might just want a piece.

Brandon Maxwell Spring 2022 RTW

Brandon Maxwell Spring 2022 RTW

Did Brandon Maxwell go to an underground rave or start micro-dosing mushrooms?“I did go to Big Sur,” he laughed backstage after his show Friday night, reflecting on these trippy times and how they injected hyper color, psychedelic patterns, metallic sheen — and fun! — into his American sportswear repertoire for spring 2022.
“But seriously, that’s how the world has felt to me….And I realized a year-and-a-half ago it could be the last time, and if I had another chance to show, I wanted it to be me, the me my friends know.”

Like many of us, he wanted to feel the joy.
So he went into a room with fabrics, started sketching and let loose creating. He commissioned Austin-based music world artist Mishka Westell to create a fab magic mushroom-with-legs graphic, used on concert-style posters and T-shirts. And per usual, he welcomed his show guests with a family-style cocktail hour, where Shake Shack burgers and fries were on the menu along with plastic party cups of rose, as is the Texan’s way.

“I started with these very American things like the nautical sweater and gingham and just twisted them.…I’ve done the black dress with a bustier, but I also love a sweater and blazer with a pair of shorts and swimsuit,” he said of the more relaxed mood that made its way into a chic, warped gingham-pattern pantsuit worn with a bikini top, rugby stripe tops, shorts and feather-trimmed miniskirts, and a glam sequin-dusted anorak. Nylon backpacks and a belt-bag-meets-blanket-carrier added to the music festival vibe.

He kept it simple for evening, too, showing black-and-white kaleidoscopic knit cropped tops, tube skirts and cutout gowns, metallic pleat skirts and angel-sleeved dresses, with some pieces worn with cotton sweaters draped on the shoulders.
“I was having a blast, the whole studio was filled with patchouli and palo santo,” said Maxwell, who may also be thinking more casual and commercial now that he’s been tapped as the creative director of Walmart fashion brands Scoop and Free Assembly.
The models were living their best lives, too, walking arm-in-arm, laughing and smiling during their final walk.
You could feel the love, and that was everything.

All the Pop-ups to Visit During New York Fashion Week

All the Pop-ups to Visit During New York Fashion Week

New York Fashion Week is back in full swing, and so are the events that come with it.With fashion week kicking off Wednesday, plenty of brands and companies have created pop-up stores for guests to visit. Though many of the fashion shows are invite-only, these pop-ups are open to the general public.
Revolve, the popular online retailer, will debut in New York Fashion Week for the first time and have a pop-up called Revolve Gallery. Ksubi, also making a solo debut this week, will open a weeklong gallery featuring a Ksubi x Hidji limited-edition capsule collection.
From free ice cream to piercings, here’s a look at the public events to check out during New York Fashion Week.
Dior Beauty

The brand New Miss Dior Eau de Parfum.
Courtesy of Dior Beauty

The beauty brand will open a Miss Dior Millefiori Garden immersive pop-up to celebrate the launch of their fragrance New Miss Dior Eau de Parfum. The store will feature both in-person and virtual events hosted by fashion influencers Valeria Lipovetsky and Sai De Silva and TikTok star Avani Gregg. The pop-up will be exclusively linked to e-commerce via dior.com, where shoppers can sample products on site while making purchases online. Exclusive offerings will also be available, such as a custom limited-edition Miss Dior tote bag with purchases over $150.

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The installation will be held at Gansevoort Plaza and go from Sept. 13 to 16. Events open for pre-registration on Sept. 7.
Creatively
The job platform for creatives will pop up in secret locations throughout New York City, where each stop will feature notable creatives, who identify as BIPOC and/or female. They will create free art or custom clothing on the spot. Each location will be revealed a few hours in advance through the social media accounts of the artists who will be featured. These include Quiana Parks, Siobhan O’Dwyer, Dirt Cobain, B Peppers, asap.gif, Broadie, Erick Davila and The Locker Room. Creatively will also give free ice cream, coffee and hoodies to anyone who is a creative.
Creatively’s pink truck will be at the secret locations on Sept. 9 and 10.
Rebecca Minkoff x Magnum
The designer is partnering with the ice cream brand to host a pop-up in celebration of her fashion show. The store will be located in SoHo, where fans can get free ice cream, choosing from either a classic and crunchy Magnum ice cream almond bar or creamy non-dairy sea salt caramel bar. Guests will also receive a bag of sweet treats to “dress up” their bars for fashion week.
The pop-up will be in SoHo (exact location to be announced) on Sept. 10.
Conrad New York x Rowan
The Midtown hotel, which opened in July after a complete hotel renovation, is partnering with the ear piercing service to offer complimentary appointments.
The pop-up will be from Sept. 8 and 9 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the library in Conrad New York Midtown.
Ksubi 
Australian denim and streetwear label Ksubi opened a pop-up art gallery at the old Opening Ceremony space on Howard Street on Tuesday. New York street artist Hidji World and visual and performance artist Travis Rogers of Dnt Wtch TV will design and produce an art installation featuring live painting and workshops for local youth artists, as well as an art showcase curated by Ksubi that will feature 10 emerging artists.

Additionally, the brand’s second Hidji collaboration, a 27-piece Ksubi x Hidji limited-edition capsule of men’s wear, women’s wear and accessories priced from $90 to $390, will be on display at the pop-up and then available to purchase from Ksubi’s two U.S. stores on Greene Street and La Brea Avenue in Los Angeles from Sept. 8, with other key retailers to follow.
The Ksubi pop-up is from Sept. 7 to 14 and is located on 35 Howard Street. 
Revolve Gallery

Nicole Richie’s House of Harlow will participate in Revolve Gallery.
Courtesy of Revolve

For its first time participating in NYFW, Revolve will launch Revolve Gallery, an innovative, multiroom fashion experience to be held at Hudson Yards. Revolve will create an immersive multibrand exhibition featuring a real-time shopping component, reimagining the “front row” experience while engaging with consumers in a new way.
The store will feature 13 selected designers. Set in a 17,000-square-foot space, each brand will have a designated room transformed to reflect the vision and inspiration for the brand’s collection designed exclusively for Revolve.
Revolve Gallery will be open on Sept. 10 and 11 from noon to 8 p.m. at 20 Hudson Yards.
Doors 
The retail platform for emerging design talent has opened a pop-up in SoHo that will offer fashion and beauty brands, art and technology. Called Other Worlds, the store will showcase more than 40 independent names including Juun.J, GCDS, Zilver, Y/Project, Litkovskaya and New York Fashion Week designers Private Policy and PH5.
More than 20 artists will also take part in the monthlong project, including Scaniel, Sharon Volpe and Libby Schoettle, who goes by the name Phoebe New York and who has created street art-inspired work for the pop-up.
The Doors pop-up is held at 27 Greene Street and will be from Sept. 7 to Oct. 3. 
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