Runway to Retail

Anna Sui

Taylor Hill rocked the runway during the 2017 Anna Sui NYFW Fall/Winter Fashion Show in a sheer black dress. When it hit the stores, production had added lining and shortened the sleeves to better suit the consumer market.

Taylor Hill rocked the runway during the 2017 Anna Sui NYFW Fall/Winter Fashion Show in a sheer black dress. When it hit the stores, production had added lining and shortened the sleeves to better suit the consumer market.


Dolce & Gabbana

Dolce & Gabbana gave their runway a different twist by having up and coming celebrities walk their show instead of typical “It girls.” Like Anna Sui, D&G added lining to the sheer dress making it more practical for consumers.

Dolce & Gabbana gave their runway a different twist by having up and coming celebrities walk their show instead of typical “It girls.” Like Anna Sui, D&G added lining to the sheer dress making it more practical for consumers.


Prada

Prada never disappoints, however, when researching e-commerce sites, we were unable to find any of the printed skirts from the runway show. Nonetheless, the printed top can be found at Bergdorf’s.

Prada never disappoints, however, when researching e-commerce sites, we were unable to find any of the printed skirts from the runway show. Nonetheless, the printed top can be found at Bergdorf’s.


The Row

The Olsen twins showcased their simple yet elegant ensembles during The Row’s runway show in February. This Neyton Long Leather Trenchcoat in Sand appears to have not gone under any production changes and can be purchased in the same cut and color.

The Olsen twins showcased their simple yet elegant ensembles during The Row’s runway show in February. This Neyton Long Leather Trenchcoat in Sand appears to have not gone under any production changes and can be purchased in the same cut and color.


Issey Miyake

Issey Miyake’s designs turn heads on the runway and in the streets. A knee-length version of this burgundy jacket was paired with a matching belt during NYFW while a shorter version was released for purchase to the public.

Issey Miyake’s designs turn heads on the runway and in the streets. A knee-length version of this burgundy jacket was paired with a matching belt during NYFW while a shorter version was released for purchase to the public.


Alexander McQueen

Black and gold together always has a certain richness. In contrast with many sheer pieces, this rockstar dress from Alexander McQueen dodged any production alterations.

Black and gold together always has a certain richness. In contrast with many sheer pieces, this rockstar dress from Alexander McQueen dodged any production alterations.


Paco Rabanne

Paco Rabanne combined geometry and fluidity to the utmost perfection in this timeless piece. The runway dress is currently available for purchase on their website.

Paco Rabanne combined geometry and fluidity to the utmost perfection in this timeless piece. The runway dress is currently available for purchase on their website.


Balenciaga

Many times a complete runway look does not become available for purchase. Lucky for us, both the ribbed turtleneck sweater and floral skirt can be found on the Balenciaga website in multiple colors.

Many times a complete runway look does not become available for purchase. Lucky for us, both the ribbed turtleneck sweater and floral skirt can be found on the Balenciaga website in multiple colors.


Marc Jacobs

This coat wooed on the runway during Marc Jacobs’ show and highlighted the latest fall 2017 trend of bright plaids. It can be found in stores in the same cut and color.

This coat wooed on the runway during Marc Jacobs’ show and highlighted the latest fall 2017 trend of bright plaids. It can be found in stores in the same cut and color.

Pantone: Colors of Fall 2017

Each season, Pantone publishes a fashion report based on the most popular colors seen on the runway during New York Fashion Week. With pre-fall already in stores and fall deliveries beginning, we want to inspire your wardrobe with our favorite looks of this season's hottest colors!

Men's Runway Trends: Fall 2017

From Paris to New York City, Milan to London, these are the men's fashion trends that rocked the runway for Fall 2017.


Autumn Maple

From left to right: Ports 1961, Etro, and Prada

From left to right: Ports 1961, Etro, and Prada


Quilted Jackets

From left to right: Ermenegildo Zegna, Dolce & Gabbana, and Garciavelez

Turtlenecks

From left to right: Hermès, Hugo Boss, and Hermès

From left to right: Hermès, Hugo Boss, and Hermès


Double-breasted Jackets

From left to right: Hermès, Giorgio Armani, and Lanvin

From left to right: Hermès, Giorgio Armani, and Lanvin


Watches: Minimalism

From left to right: Skagen, Daniel Wellington, and Komono

From left to right: Skagen, Daniel Wellington, and Komono

Yellow: Sunshine on a Cloudy Day

Women: 

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Enhance your go-to outfit with a pop of color by 

accessorizing with these tassel earrings that continue to be on-trend.

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These slipper like slides are guaranteed to put a little spring in your step in the city, country or beach side.

Aquazurra Wild Thing Slide Flat                          aquazzura.com                                                       $475

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Brighten your neutral handbag collection and carry your essentials in a refreshing yellow bag this summer!

Chanel Flap Bag                                                     chanel.com                                                              $3,000

Ditch the overrated LBD and highlight your closet with a golden sheath dress instead. 

Givenchy Sleeveless Lace-Hem Sheath Dress       neimanmarcus.com                                                $1,945.00

Butterscotch leather flairs are edgy, yet professional - and an excellent departure from your typical work pants. 

Derek Lam Leather Trouser                                    dereklam.com                                                          $1,180

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Cool off in this wrap one-piece swimsuit or pair it with high waisted jeans and kitten heels for a chic city look.

Stella McCartney Timeless Wrap One-Piece Suit  modesens.com                                                        $255

Girls: 

Your little one can romp around in this adorable dress at the beach, playground or even on the first day of school.

MSGM Girls Yellow Embroidered Dress                 childrensalon.com                                                 $113

These cropped trouser's are a combination of

fashion and function making them ideal for any occasion.

Fendi Girls Yellow Cropped Trousers                    childrensalon.com                                                   $335

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Perfect for any outfit, these sandals are especially fun for the lemonade stand.

Dolce & Gabbana Girls Yellow Brocade Lemon Print Sandals                                                          childrensalon.com                                                  $347


Men:

These swim shorts are cool in more ways then one. Rock them pool side or at the beach to complete your summer wardrobe.

Capricode printed swim shorts                               farfetch.com                                                          $126

Pair this tie with your favorite business-professional ensemble to refresh and brighten your day-to-day look.

Ermenegildo Zegna Neat 3D Diamond           Printed Silk Tie                           bergdorfgoodman.com                                           $195

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Look your best in these cheeful shorts while grilling up those burgers and dogs at your next BBQ. 

J. Crew 9" short in garment-dyed cotton                 jcrew.com                                                       $29.99                      

Shake things up by replacing a pair of chinos with this light and bright pair of textured trousers.

PT01 San Blas Wool-Blend Trousers
barneys.com                                                          $189

Swap out your everyday loafers with mustard wingtip oxfords for a bold look.

Kevin Faux Wingtip in Mustard           Nordstrom.com                                                   $425

Boys:

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Your little rascal will look cool in this graphic and festive tee throughout the summer.

Pepe Jeans graphic t-shirt                                 melijoe.com                                                           $22.40

Good thing it's summer break since your little one would be too cool for school in these super stylish cuffed shorts. 

Paul Smith Junior Boys Yellow Cotton Shorts
childrensalon.com                                                   $61

Be sure to shade their eyes from the sun with these ultra cool sunglasses. 

Zoobug Yellow Square Sunglasses childrensalon.com                                                      $78

Summer 2017: Vintage Trends on the Rise

THE HOBO BAG

1970's

The hobo bag became a staple in the fashion world after Jackie Kennedy was photographed with this Gucci style in New York in the 70's. Through the decades, the hobo style has persistently reappeared and continues to remain a part of pop culture. The style has proven to be timeless yet again as Laggo incorporates the slouchy elements into its new Havana bag.


SUNGLASSES

1960's

Hollywood's leading ladies made the cat-eye sunglasses a fashionable accessory in the 60's. Audrey Hepburn wears a pair while filming for the movie Breakfast at Tiffany's. Channel your inner Audrey and pick up a pair of  Dior's Sculpt Cat-eye Sunglasses this summer!

1970’s

Recently, we’ve seen a rise in round sunglasses, a comeback of the famed 50’s cat-eye, and now the timeless Aviator. Elvis Presley rocked this trend in 1972 and you can too this summer with Tom Ford's Elliot Square Sunglasses.


SMOKING SLIPPERS

1960's

A true classic, the smoking slipper. Today, Gucci embraces the iconic shoe in its new Princeton collection that Grace Kelly wore so well back in 1955.


THE NECK SCARF

1970's

Neck scarves have also seen a huge revival this summer. The iconic Mary Tyler Moore fueled this trend through her various patterned scarves she wore on her show in the 70's. Fendi illuminates this trend through their wide collection of colorful printed silk-twill scarves.

THE SKINNY TIE

1980's

We have also seen a resurgence of men's vintage fashion. John F. Kennedy Jr. rocks a grey striped skinny tie in a photo op during the 80's. Similar styles can be found from many designer tie collections such as Hugo Boss with its Dot Print Skinny Ties. 


CHOKERS

1990's

Nicole Kidman was stunning in Fred Leighton's Open Opal Choker at the Academy Awards in 1996. This summer, you can shine like a star in Daughter's Honeycomb Shirt Collar Necklace.


WIDE-BRIMMED HATS

1960's

Golden girl Faye Dunaway looked glamorous in the 60's in a classic straw wide-brimmed hat. Sensi Studio offers a modern take on this fashionable trend from the golden era through its Lady Ibiza bow-embellished toquilla straw hat.

MET GALA: Styling Diana Taylor

Long-time client Diana Taylor walked the creme and blue carpet Monday night with her partner and former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg for the Metropolitan Museum of Art's annual fundraising event.

Wearing a bright orchid-pink Roland Mouret gown, Diana channeled the avant-garde theme and signature bright hues of Japanese designer, Rei Kawakubo's line Comme des Garçons.

Inspired by the playfulness and personality of Kawakubo's own collections, I styled Diana in white gold and black De GRISOGONO jewels.

As Rei Kawakubo pushed fashion limits into the art industry, designer Fawaz Gruosi of De GRISOGONO says he crafted the Crazy Skull bracelet by "challenging the fundamentals of watchmaking and jewelry by pushing boundaries and freeing himself of any constraints".  The dynamic white gold and black nano-ceramic coated Mistero earrings and the white gold and diamond-covered spiral Allegra ring completed Diana's look.

The 2017 MET Gala was one for the books raising a total of $12 million for the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute. 

Special Thanks To:
Giovanni Vaccaro: Creative Director at GLAMSQUAD
Kelli J. Bartlett: Director of Makeup Artistry at GLAMSQUAD