The one show that dominated my NYFW social feeds? The Row AW20. One wag described it as “the same collection I’ve been seeing for the last six seasons.” No matter; its
predictable self-assured minimalism and quiet tailoring offer something of a sartorial salve in troubled times. And after all, anti-fashion is the new Fashion. (Or something.) Highlights were the floor-nuzzling trench coats, collarless boxy jackets and full-legged pants. Plus more rollnecks layered under unadulterated shirting (also trending this season, fyi).
Also noteworthy at NYFW: Gabriela Hearst, aka ‘The American Hermes’; Debbie Harry singing ‘Dreaming’ at Coach (possibly even more exciting than the Jean-Michel Basquiat collab and the downtown eighties styling); and Marc Jacobs’ New York nostalgia dressed up in a contemporary dance-off…
IMAGES: The Row AW20
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