Sunday, October 7, 2012

Spring 2013 NYC Ready to Wear

Below is the best of New York's Spring 2013 Ready to Wear fashion shows.  These are the looks I think are contributing the most to the evolution of fashion and art.

Illusion at Alexander Wang

This blog post is very long so I created a "page break."  Please click on the link below titled "read more" to see the rest of the photos in this post.





Red, white and blue at Alice and Olivia
 
 
 

 
Jackets, "working fabrics" (railroad stripes), and fringe at Altuzarra.
 
 
 
 
 
Florals and denim at Anna Sui




Cute jackets at Creatures of the Wind





Back to traditional prints but not in a traditional way at Duro Olowu




A monster, sheer print, and orange at Helmut Lang



Ikat interpretation, aqau, and yellow at ICB Prabal Gurung



Flames and money at Jeremy Scott


80's colors and socks with sandals at Marc by Marc Jacobs



Stripes at Marc Jacobs



Marchesa with an Indian twist.



Birds, ruffles, red, white and black at Prabal Gurung



Leather patches, sheer patches, and print patches at Proenza Schouler




Armor at Rodarte





Birds and sheer prints at Thakoon




The usual shenanigans at Thom Browne

Denim and black, white & pink at Preen

Yellow and fancy shorts at Oscar de la Renta




 
 
 

Black and white backed florals, denim, and sheer at 3.1 Phillip Lim
 
 
 
Orange floral at Peter Som

 

Denim and lizard green at Rag and Bone



Gray at Badgley Mischka




More gray at Carolina Herrera


Text and giant paisley at Cynthia Rowley




Blush at Donna Karan


Aqua at DVF



 
 Gold brocade at Jill Stuart

Floral at Nanette Lepore


Tommy Hilfiger does stripes too.


Gold brocade at Vera Wang


Love the colors at Custo Barcelona

Antique brown at Gary Graham

Fresh colors at Gregory Parkinson


Hawaiian influence at Mara Hoffman


Geometrics at Milly


Birds at Monique Lhuillier



Illustrations at Ostwald Helfason

Interesting color combos at Threeasfour

Gray, orange, and crazy knits at VPL


Papery at Yeohlee


Photos from Style.com



2 comments:

Helen M. Anctil said...

I'm much more in favor of this group. I still hate the horizontal stripes starting at the pelvic line. I'm in favor of covering the plumbing. Some of these are wonderful.

Mary Beth Cryan said...

I'm happy to hear you enjoyed them!