NYFW: Day One = sensational stripes

Ok, let’s not lie we’re not there sadly! But we’ve been studying the collections to give you a jolly good round-up. So we bring you the tale of Day One: colour + stripes in a sea of neutrals and greys.

Our favourite collection from day one was Richard Chai Love’s and it was sensationally stripy. Mixing loud prints- notably Hawaiian-style flowers and dense stripes plus bold orange and cobalt blue blocks, he also took a bold approach to shapes with retro-style short shorts under peplum shaped shirts plus body con shapes mixed with man-ish-shaped blazers.

One of our favourite bloggers, The Man Repeller, said the collection featured “some love for Beetlejuice and a kick back to Honolulu.” The models’make-up was pretty edgy too featuring neon washes of eye shadow and bright blue lips.

Love print - loud and proud!

Tangerine dream!

Pic: The Man Repeller and Vogue.


Sticking with stripes, BCBG Max Azria showed some seriously punchy colours, including more light tangerine (will this be a big
trend?) vivid turquoise and cobalt blue, plus various shades of yellow. The bright shades are used as colourful ‘blocks’ or as shocks of colour in chevron shapes and zigzags. The minimalist shapes and clean lines worked well with sheer flowing fabrics and looked seriously easy to wear- we predict copycat items on the high street next season!

Beautiful in blue

Chevrons keep it simple

Clever strap detail and that orange again

And behold the zigzag!

There were plenty of other collections with the wow factor but these are our favourites – agree? x


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