13 Feb 2012
Femininity and glamour. Every woman aspires to embody those two simple words. Today’s wrap-up from New York Fashion Week features designers who design with and epitomize those two elements.
Jenny Packham‘s ’40s-inspired collection of sequined, curve-conscious evening wear epitomizes old Hollywood glamour. Modern touches of cut-outs and open backs make Packham’s line perfect for red carpet picturesque moments.
No one will be surprised if Zac Posen‘s fall collection turns up on the red carpet at the Oscars. Posen’s grand gowns were inspired by the Far East with ornate details and decadent silks elevating glamour.
Diane von Furstenburg and Yvan Mispelaere’s collection was named “rendezvous” which amounted to sexy, effortless French-inspired dressing. DVF’s bright hues and easy silhouettes are sure to be favorites of every chic fashionista.
Thakoon‘s overtly feminine collection exuded glamour in shades of red, raspberry and fuchsia. His creations complement a woman’s figure and highlight all the right curves.
For those looking beyond the traditional thoughts of gowns and sparkle, Donna Karan‘s tailored menswear inspired suits and dresses exude femininity and a chic sense of glamour for the modern woman.
With so many shows to watch, which did you see today? Which were your favorites?
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