Winter fashion: 6 trends from new york
The trends for next winter's fashion come from Bryant Park, the heart of New York's Mercedes Benz Fashion Week.
The Diesel Black Gold line designed by the Greek designer Sophia Kokosalaki is back, enriching the jeans with leather inserts and sexy tulle transparencies. Even the G-Star Raw denim is revised and corrected, this time in the name of color: bright colors like traffic light green, electric blue and deep yellow draw new shapes.
Dark colors from black to gray, from purple to blue and with a touch of beige instead for the girls-ferrets of Custo Barcelona, dressed in synthetic synthetic furs with metallic applications: the long synthetic hair of acetate, nylon and polyamide is easily washable and above all ecological.
But what will be the must for next winter? The scarf: word from Japanese designer Yohji Yamamoto, who designed a sophisticated collection for Adidas' Y-3 line.
An explosion of fabrics, fabrics and colors mixed together: it is the collection of Brazilian Carlos Miele, a Brazilian transplanted to New York who successfully mixes the West Coast style with that of his country of origin. Meanwhile, the Lacoste crocodile has become larger the more brilliant colors, to define the volumes, while the polo shirt becomes more strectch: merit of the designer of the house Christophe Lemaire, which in any case recommends keeping a little in the wardrobe always ready black dress for special occasions.
Bryant Park also hosted Charlotte Ronson, designer of the American jet-set and sister of Samantha, formerly of Lindsay Lohan. His new collection? Gipsy style turbans and skirts, as if we were in the Sahara.
Instead we are in America: and in fact it is: "be yourself!" the advice we hear most in interviews with bloggers, journalists and fashion addicts.