New York Fashion Week Day 2

Day two of the New York Fashion Week gave fashion designers a rare chance to take notes, critique trends and also find models who showed off their awesome styles. The hottest designers previewed their upcoming collections for fashion buyers, celebrities and also journalists. It was all about inspired jackets, menswear-inspired suits, various head wraps and thigh-high slits and boots.

Many designers incorporated lots of colors and vibrant patterns. Tea-length and floor-length dresses took the runway by a style. While some of them had asymmetrical clothing, others flattered with non-convectional accessories. Pixie-themed handbags, adorned shoes and inspired statement items were showcased.

TAORAY WANG showed the fashion world the major differences and contradictions that bring change on what we dress. From a close look, their designs were mainly for the powerful, professional and modern women who not only want to be stylish but also sexy and elegant. Their main message was to serve the global and confident woman who is never afraid to show her prowess in edgy designs. They mixed power, heritage with modernity and structure with fluidity. In short, their personalized design was just awesome.

3ZM X LUYANG, a Han Chinese clothing brand promoted the Chinese traditional clothing culture. Unlike many participants, they had a unique design that represented Oriental Aesthetics. Their presentations on the runway were highly praised by domestic and foreign buyers. Majority of their clothing had interesting design concepts. All these concepts portrayed the infusion of functionality and color aesthetics. They campaigned about quality urban dressing that provides women with independent values in major cities.

CHRISTOPHER JOHN RODGERS introduced the feathered hats, stocking and gloves. His elegant style emphasized on creation of emotional and sensitive clothing. It focused on occasion dressing that was directed with a strong sense of self. He had a good time showing competitors the real experimentation’s that shaped his career as a fashion designer.

CHRISTIAN SIRIANO’S collections were talk of the second day. Multiple people were excited to see his whimsical and show-stopping designs. From evening gowns and cocktail dresses to tailored sportswear, he perfectly intricated detailed shoes and other accessories.

BEVZA, the best women wear designer stood far much from other fashioners. Her core identity manifested clean and simple silhouettes. It reflected a sense of relaxation and timeless elegance. She was mainly focused on fine fabrics and the perfect fit. The achromatic color created a new unprecedented vision.

Day two was a special day for fashion designers to showcase their innovations and gain international attention.