We’re in the middle of a major sift in fashion where the see-now-buy-now model is taking hold and designers are starting to build their whole calendars around the consumer’s shopping schedule.
The bad part: less inspiring looks and artistry. The good part: you get reasy access to the designs you love and more runway looks are made with you in mind – at least they’re starting to be.
Here’s a complete list of the collections you saw on the catwalk (at least in photos!) and can shop right now!
This 83-look, 250-piece collection is so much more than meets the eye! Inspired by Virgina Wolf’s “Orlando,” each piece is meant to be genderless and seasonless so it can live in your closet without a trend-set expiration date. Classics such as soft florals were shown alongside elaborate brocades, tall Elizabethan collars with ruffles, intricate lace, silk pajama dressing and 80’s-style v-neck sweaters. See it all for yourself and then swoon over every piece, here.
It’s not just their designs that are getting a remake. Coach has always had classic accessories worthy of it’s stage coach emblem. However, over the past few years, the line has moved into the direction of producing fashion-forward and edgy pieces. Choose from dozens of patch-covered letterman jackets, unique graphic sweaters, fringe-detailed booties and leather skirts in Coach’s 1941 Rebel-inspired collection. Each model looked like she belonged in a chic band of rebels so expect these pieces to shake up your wardrobe with some Americana flair.
We talked about her last season. Lela Rose is not only forward thinking and cute, but the brand is making another statement with quirky looks than can be easily transitioned into your wardrobe. This time, it’s two specific outfits: a yellow crepe dress with a pleated midi skirt and lace trim as well as a mixed green and black gingham dress with a solid collar and waistband. Sometimes a new dress is all you need to make a wardrobe complete.
Ever wanted a designer-curated wardrobe? Here’s a way to get one without spending additional thousands on a stylist. The Michael Kors brand’s favorite picks are listed on the site and up for grabs! Choose from structured, classic pieces or a few trend-focused frocks – all within a price range of $695 to $2395.
If you didn’t already know from last Monday’s post where I met this famed designer – yes, it was as exciting as you imagine! – Rebecca Minkoff has done it again. She conquered the see-now-buy-now concept by having her latest collection of clothes and accessories walk Greene Street, then be up for sale directly after the show in her nearby Soho store. Catch every look here – including a few pieces for under $100 (like this top!).
We knew this was coming. If you haven’t already checked out the Tommy X Gigi collection, every piece from the nautical jackets to the fun backpacks are available for purchase on Tommy.com. Of course, that’s not all for this #TommyNow evolution. Catch slip-ons, underwear and even perfume under the Tommy line.
Happy Wedesnday, everyone!