NEW YORK FASHION WEEK:-
New York fashion Week is an event that takes place twice a year, including one week at Bryant Park in Manhattan. Fashion week is full of shows and events that allow collections to influential buyers and writers.
Buyers are very knowledgeable and aware about the fashion industry and attend the shows to buy designs that they hope will sell well in their retail stores. Writers are the eyes and ears of the public and write about their reactions to the collections in magazines, newspapers, and websites.
When and Where:-
February and September are when new York fashion Week occurs. Fashion collections for the fall are shown in February, while September heralds the upcoming fashions for spring.
For the event, large tents are erected in Bryant Park. Each tents is huge large and houses multiple venues. They are air- conditioned spaces that boast complete runway, seating for attendees, backstage areas, music, and lighting. Music and lighting are key components to the shows. Designers set the the mood by choosing music and lighting to complement and help tell the story of their collections.
Fashion week was formed in 1933 by the council of fashion Designers of America. In addition to New York, there are major fashion weeks in Milan, Paris and London.
THERE IS TOP 10 COLLECTIONS OF NEW YORK FASHION WEEK, 2019:-
Valentino was just utterly, lusciously all round gorgeous… In a season when there is been so much talk about the appreciation of couture dressmaking and craft skills. It was as accomplished, as complexly cut- and as simple as that.
2. PACO RABANNE
Julien Dossena’s superb collection for Paco Rabanne would make an exemplary study of climate on creative fashion intelligence : how skillfully a talented designer captured the universal impulse to get away from cities, took on the mix- match hippy- souvenir aesthetic, and modernized it.
3. DRIES VAN NOTEN
Ears backstage have become so inured to designers nattering on about the importance of capturing mill ennials and Gen Z that to hear someone considering how a modern woman might enjoy her clothes sounds almost radically avant – grade. It was his best collection in quite a while.
Jonathan Anderson had his models walk among works by three disparate contemporary artists in the landmark UNESCO heritage building. It’s his seasonal curatorial practice, part of the sublimation flattery in the being invited here.
The way with Demna Gvasalia’s has been responsible for the rise of hoodies and dad trainers, and the new wave of ironic logomania- is that he’s also an innovator in cut and pragmatic problems solving. With this collection, the emphasis was far more on creating new silnouetters – squared shoulders, a different iteration of the ‘c-line’, creating a pulled – back cocoon cut with collars shooting forward to cover the face.
6. RICK OWENS
Flanged collars, peeling shoulders, and exuberant cuffs turned jackets into impenetrable cara paces. Like the metal scaffolding of the headpieces and arm cuffs that qualified as jwelry here, those jackets looked designed to ward off predators. Rick Owen’s laser- cut and paneled cloaks conjured goddesses and super hervines. Sometime the modals even carried torches.
7. MAISON MARGIELA
John Galliano fit the entire collection on one of snake – hipped boys who stomped the runway, draping suits on the bias, golden brocade bustiers, and what locked like repurposed 1950s beaded frocks over tapering second – skin pents.
Karl Lagerfeld’s invitation to a tropical beach, complete with fake waves, gave Chanel’s global audience an uplifting mini break.
Lagerfeld who keeps young people around him constantly – Intuited exactly how to work that to full advantage.
Nicolas Ghesquiere was in a world of his set, a space – age an achronism set down in the courtyard of the centuries old Louvre.
He said he was interested in the edge between the virtual reality we experience through our social media streams and real life.
Junya Watanabe is always at his brilliant, refreshing best when he is in a romantic mood – or when he train his brain on investigating some sort of generic piece of clothing.