Menswear - What kind of guy are you?

We paired these menswear fashion week looks from Spring/Summer 2018 with a complementary spirit. These masculine bottles reflect the seasonal colors of the New York Runways. 

NYFW Wrap Up: Tons of Tulle

Throughout NYFW there was one trend we kept seeing, tulle. Some designers conceived simple looks while others went for more voluminous creations, like the ombre Oscar de la Renta. Tulle will definitely be a staple for Spring/Summer 2018.

NYFW Day 8: Colors of the Runway

Designers highlighted their collections with bright hues on the last day of NYFW. Starting with a vibrant red from Bonnie Young and ending with a pastel pink from Delpozo, we saw the colors of the rainbow, and beyond, on day 8. The styles varied greatly, but they all brought color to the runway. 

NYFW Day 7: Glamorous Gowns

There have been quite a few couture gowns featured on the runway the last couple of days. On Day 7, we saw some amazingly crafted dresses that are nothing short of perfection. The heavy beading and embellishment on these pieces make them show stoppers. While tulle has been a prominent trend this past week, these designers created elegant gowns with sleek silhouettes. 

NYFW Day 6: A Pop of Color

On day 6 (and a bit of day 2) of NYFW we saw similar design elements on different silhouettes and runways. However, the application of the designs were unique for each designer. Oscar de la Renta added a multicolor paint splatter, Carolina Herrera incorporated an abstract confetti-like design, Neubyrne used colorful paillettes and Rosie Assoulin arranged a rainbow of sea shells across her canvas.

NYFW Day 5: Breaking Barriers

Prabal Gurung is known for his political statements during fashion week. In past shows, he has demonstrated his support for women's rights. Yesterday, he did just that by including models of every shape, size and color. Sisters Gigi and Bella Hadid walked the runway along with plus size and transgender models. By using such diversified women, Gurung is truly breaking down barriers on the runway. 

NYFW Day 4: Matching Sets

Two piece outfits are a dream come true when trying to coordinate an outfit. While I do not care for matching pajama type sets, structured styles give a smart, stylish look. These matching sets are all fresh and modern. It's a look that many celebrities have been wearing and definitely a look that will carry through Spring/Summer 2018. 

NYFW Day 3: Bold Stripes

NYFW Day 3 brought us bold looks featuring stripes. Designers showcased their patterns in different directions, colors and sizes. Whether the stripes are vertical, horizontal, asymmetrical, or every which way, they'll be a hit for Spring/Summer 2018. 

NYFW Day 2: The Little Black Dress

The little black dress is a staple in every woman's closet. This classic piece has been interpreted many different ways over the years. On day 2 of NYFW, designers showed us their take on the LBD. All these looks sport a feminine silhouette, each with a different twist. 

NYFW Day 1: Modern Metallics

NYFW Spring/Summer 2018 kicked off with some shimmer and shine. While not all designers showcased metallics, this trend was quite the rage for some. Tom Ford, Greta Constantine, Pamella Roland and Rosetta Getty presented these eye catching looks from their ready-to-wear collections. 

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.

NYLON Project x NYFW: Giving a Face to Homelessness

Tuesday Night, NYCSTYLIST attended the launch of the NYLON Project x NYFW which aims to raise awareness and provide meals to New York City’s homeless. Founder, Jordana Guimaraes, set the goal to provide 1,500 meals before the February 7th event.

The launch included a runway show with both sponsors and meal recipients as well as performances by FAULKNER, Chenelle, and Season 11 finalist of The Voice Wé McDonald. Previously homeless rapper and songwriter, Young MG, also performed. NYLON Project supporters, Christina Milian, Miss New York Nicole Kulovany, and more walked in the fashion show with the meal recipient whom they have sponsored.

{ Photography By ToneInDaMixx}