7 Key Takeaways From New York Fashion Week
7 Key Takeaways From New York Fashion Week

7 Key Takeaways From New York Fashion Week

Fashion month is in full swing and as New York Fashion Week draws to a close, it’s time to round up the key moments, trends and takeaways. From a new creative director to the standout colour and the street style stars worth following, here’s what stood out to us.

Helmut Lang


Peter Do For Helmut Lang

Marking his return to the runway, Peter Do unveiled his new vision for Helmut Lang. With plenty of Lang’s signatures – think limited colour palettes, typographic T-shirts and the taxi print – Do left his own mark with clean lines and pared back details. 

Helmut Lang



Khaite is one of our favourite brands – mainly because head designer, Catherine Holstein, knows exactly what the modern women wants to wear. This latest collection was full of leather, denim and silk – signature elements of her impeccable design ethos. Strong shoulders, balloon sleeves, and fringing also took centre stage, with plenty of cool-girl attitude completing the confident looks. 

Hanna Tveite



The NYFW front row is always strong, and this season didn’t disappoint, with an exciting blend of fashion heavyweights, influencers and A-listers. Stuart Vevers’ show marked ten years at Coach, with fans out in full force, including Jennifer Lopez, Edward Enninful and Anna Wintour sat side by side.


Amy Juliette Lefevre

Amy Juliette Lefevre has long been one of our favourite street style stars and this Fashion Week, she treated us to a string of adventurous and cool looks. We love how she makes clothes her own by adding unique styling details – think white socks with silver shoes, neckties and fun accessories. 





From the runways to the streets, red had a moment in New York. Pops of colour were dotted through the shows – adding colour and drama to Khaite, Proenza Schouler and Altuzarra. Paired with camel, white and denim it’s definitely set to be the colour of the season. 

Proenze Schouler; Altuzarra; Brandon Maxwell; Hanna Tviete



Silver Jewellery

New York confirmed the gold rush is well and truly over as chunky silver pieces dominated. From Tory Burch to Brandon Maxwell, sculptural, large-scale silver jewellery was interpreted in modern and elegant ways – expect to add plenty of it to your SS24 jewellery collection. 

Shutterstock; @ToryBurch


Silk Outerwear

We always expect to see plenty of silky dresses and lightweight separates at the spring/summer shows, but it was silky outerwear that grabbed our attention this time. Tory Burch and Altuzarra proved neutral silk coats are the chic way to wear the trend; we love the idea of a long, belted silk mac thrown over loose tailoring – as seen at Carolina Herrera.

Altuzarra; Shutterstock; @ToryBurch

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