5 international labels to know this fashion season
As New York Fashion Week comes to a close, get a peek at this year's trends.
As the blur of color and bustle of fabric make their way throughout New York City, we're pausing to take a look at some of the trends inspired by top designers from around the world.
Oudifu – China
Designer Zhuliang Li's creations are meant for any woman, regardless of size. The Shanghai-based luxury brand features bold colors and intriguing patterns that warrant a double-take. Matched with black solids, this style is eye-catching and easy to wear anywhere.
Idan Cohen – Israel
Born and raised in the fashion industry, Tel Aviv-based designer Idan Cohen is known for his surprising designs. In its Fashion Week debut, his collection focused on soft colors, form-fitting fabrics and glamorous details.
Dion Lee – Australia
A young up-and-coming designer from Sydney, Dion Lee is a master tailor. His designs uniquely balance structured lines with fluid fabrics. His collection reminds us that fashion isn't all-or-nothing: masculine structure and feminine flow can mesh perfectly.
Thakoon – United States with Thai roots
Thailand-born, Omaha-raised Thakoon Panchigul is a master of elegance. His collection at New York Fashion Week is reminiscent of the posh Ivy Leaguer, feminine and intelligent. A hint of 1990s street fashion has made its way onto the runways, from fun jumpers to bold blazers.
Badgley Mischka – United States
Designers Mark Badgley and James Mischka take us back in time with their classic designs. This year's collection has us thinking Audrey Hepburn – classic lines merged with fun patterns.
From retro designs to modern mash-ups, these designers are the ones to follow for the best in ready-to-wear and eveningwear throughout 2015.
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