A Great Trend from NYFW

Although the week isn’t over there is already a trend you just can’t turn away from. Baroque was everywhere, at least in part, and I’m not complaining! While of course we can’t overlook the prominence of the 70’s and beautiful rich tones, fun uses of fur pieces, and pops of bright orange, gold shined like a star and here are a few examples of baroque on the runway:

Badgley Mischka is the best example. The entire collection made use of beautiful and intricate gold fabrics and appliqués.

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Oscar De La Renta:

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Hervé Léger by Max Azria

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Dennis Basso:

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Nicole Miller:

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Donna Karan: Modern but reminiscent! 

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Thanks for reading! Let’s see what the rest of the week brings.

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