Video: Happy end of New York Fashion Week: Gwen Stefani, Ralph Lauren and Donna Karan
The grand closing of New York Fashion Week was held on Friday. As a rule, all the fun happens on the last day. This fully applies to the collections of Ralph Lauren, Donna Karan and debutant of the week - rock singer Gwen Stefani.
As already mentioned, the singer did not spare a million dollars to organize a spectacular show. And for good reason. The audience was pleased. "Nothing shocking new Gwen did not present, but she took the bar," - said the critics.
Particularly noteworthy in the collection of L. A. M. B. turned out to be silk evening dresses with deep necklines, tastefully complemented by teenage knitted hats or sports jackets with piercing gold zippers and buttons. The editor of Glamor magazine dubbed such exquisite stylistic combinations "Gwen Chic".
The musical elite Sean "Diddy" Combs, Ashanti and Lenny Kravitz followed the show with obvious pleasure. The ending of the show was in the style of a blond beast: Stephanie paraded triumphantly down the catwalk and stopped to kiss Vogue editor the formidable and omnipotent Anna Wintour.
Ralph Lauren was more restrained, the designer proclaimed long dresses, an accentuated waist and nautical motifs as the main fashionable force of the next season. Some ruffles and open cutouts are acceptable.
Lauren invites you to feel the spirit of "carefree sexuality", for which fresh contrasts are absolutely necessary - a sun skirt and a fitted button-down shirt or a red collar in a navy dress.
Unlike Ralph's "laconic" colleague, Donna Karan's works have a dramatic feel. "The classics are transformed. More air and light! Clean silhouette - high waist and volume to the bottom", - explained the designer, who fell under the influence of New York Art Nouveau.
Karan focuses on clean colors and silhouettes such as a tulip skirt, a dress with a high waist and a blouse with a wide turn-down collar. And for business women, the designer offers a classic navy blue jersey dress with an unconventional art silhouette.