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NYFW Quick Hits Series: 2

Jonathan Simkhai

Jonathan Simkhai for Fall 2019 was femininity at its finest. Millennial pinks and Gen-Z yellows stole the show reminding us that the Insta-famous colors are here stay. Looks were flirty and girly, without being too precious. Pajamas-as-clothes next to easy scarf dresses proved that there is something in this collection for everyone. Plaid and lace accents peeking through many of the looks added playful elements to each style which by the way, were all styled so well.

Brandon Maxwell

The Brandon Maxwell runway show was all about keeping it simple and clean. Monochromatic all-black and all-white looks dominated the show with welcome pops of color and pattern in between to spice it up. Silhouettes were tight and cinched at the waist, showing off the architectural side of Brandon Maxwell’s signature style. This collection felt totally “New York” and made the case for having a closet full of go-to looks you can dress up or dress down and always feel put together.


You can spot a Zimmermann dress from across the room thanks to signature features like high-necked silhouettes, ruching details and now-iconic floral designs. This season gives us what we want from the Australian label, yet the expected details we know and love are accented with pops of leather that make each look completely fresh. Stark leathers, suedes and metallics stood out, adding the perfect amount of sharp contrast to the existing feminine feel that walked the runway. Bombers, trenches and voluminous pants were daring additions that showcased the darker side of the brand and will all make perfect stand-alone pieces come fall. 

The Row

The Row is best described as the epitome of minimalist fashion. Each look is finer than the next, showing off the Olsen’s ability to not only master their craft, but set the standard for their signature style. Muted tones walked the runway in flowy silhouettes while exaggerated turtlenecks added a playful element to the looks. Cinched-at-the-waist single-button blazers stole the show accentuating the body in all the right places and proved to the world that you can keep it simple and still make a memorable statement. 


Photos: Vogue Runway

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