On Wednesday afternoon I had the pleasure of attending the Hugo Boss FW16 Fashion Show at Skylight Clarkson Square in SoHo. With artistic director Jason Wu, the fall/winter 2016 Boss Womenswear collection revealed an array of both free flowing and structured designs. Classic black and white, earth tones, magenta hues and floral patterns were featured among curricular and asymmetrical hemlines and seams. The fall/winter collection revealed both classic high necklines along with edgier low cut necklines. The main focal point of the fall/winter 2016 collection revolved around the the tea length hemline. Body flattering dresses and coats hemlines graced slightly between the ankle and knee. See below for my favorite looks from the fall/winter 2016 collection.
During the height of New York City Fashion Week, I had the pleasure of attending the Dan Liu FW16 Fashion Show at Skylight Clarkson Square in SoHo. Award-winning Canadian fashion designer Dan Liu obtained inspiration for his FW16 collection from his Chinese and Japanese heritage and mulitcultural upbringing. His FW16 collection featured romantic, lace, knit, structured and free flowing pieces that are not only beautifully tailored but practical as well. One consistency in the FW16 collection was the classic high neck line, which will allow for these pieces to be worn transitional from day to night. Accentuating the female form, the Dan Liu FW16 collection featured above the knee hemlines with a-line dresses and coats in both pattern and solid prints. See below for my favorite pieces from the FW16 collection.