The Trends You Need to Know from NYFW Spring/Summer 19

New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2019 is officially over­... I know it’s heartbreaking. But now, you can read all about my favorite shows this season. So get ready to swoon because this season's shows were stunning, innovative, and totally wearable.

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Friday, September 7th


Designer: Carly Cushnie

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The newly rebranded Cushnie collection came out with electric colors in every look and the whole collection is very wearable. Go check Google flights for your last minute vacay, so you can incorporate this #IslandVibes collection into your wardrobe.


Designer: Michelle Smith

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Milly's Spring/Summer 2019 collection did not disappoint. With it's iconic Milly color palette spread out through their typical flowy silhouettes, Michelle Smith created another amazing show this season.

Saturday, September 8th

Jonathan Simkhai

Designer: Jonathan Simkhai

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Jonathan Simkhai opted for an intimate presentation showcasing dainty, feminine looks that still have an innocent "prairie girl" look but with a sexy vibe.

Ralph Lauren

Designer: Ralph Lauren

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Ralph Lauren celebrated their 50th anniversary show this season. And of course, the collection was classic Ralph Lauren, but was by far one of their best collections in years ––– I want it all!

Monday, September 10th

Carolina Herrera

Designer: Wes Gordon

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The Carolina Herrera collection was sophisticated and feminine, per usual. But with the patterns, prints, and colors the looks were created for the ultimate #GirlBoss.

P.S. The floral dresses were to die for!


Designer: Han Chong

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Textures, textures, textures... like true Self-Portrait fashion. They decided to incorporate styles from the late 60s and early 70s.

Veronica Beard

Designers: Veronica Miele Beard and Veronica Swanson Beard

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Focusing on the atypical 80's trends, the Veronica Beard collection went for soft and sultry looks utilizing chunky belts, long silk dresses, and large floral prints.


Designer: Nicky Zimmermann

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Zimmermann created a collection full of statement florals, cutouts, and western vibes with an identifiable sex appeal.

Tuesday, September 11th

Oscar de la Renta

Designers: Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia

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Fit-and-flare dresses aside, this collection has a new approach. With it's relaxed looks including the pj trend and going out tops, Oscar de la Renta is no longer just a one stop shop for stunning dresses.

Sally LaPointe

Designer: Sally LaPointe

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Sally LaPointe nailed leisurewear in this season's collection. It's the perfect excuse to wear a cropped sweatshirt to work — it is high fashion after all.

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