New York Fashion Week Day 6: Top Shows Of NYFW Fall 2018 Collections

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Haute Living’s Fashion Editor is going behind-the-scenes to bring you the daily news and trends from New York Fashion Week’s top shows.

_BAD0019Photo Credit: Badgley MischkaThe fall runway show from Mark Badgley and James Mischka was a salute to high-glam and care-free fun.  For Badgley Mischka’s less-formal fare one could not help but stare in awe at the more-“casual” looks of the very-glamorous clientele they serve, such as an exquisite ornate sequined wool pencil skirt topped off with a contrast floral blouse and dramatic statement sleeves as well as a head-to-toe matching suit in rich oxblood and gold lame fabric detailing. Sparing no detail on their intricately sculptured ball gowns drenched in sequins and floral appliqués, it is clear these gentlemen truly know how to create show-stopping pieces of art.

_MON0796Photo Credit: Sally LaPointeSally LaPointe’s fall collection took inspiration from the 1960’s space race and out of this vision she created an ornate outer-space fantasy vibe. We saw textural elements appearing throughout from hand-embroidered sequins in bold colors like fire engine red, to gold velvet and detailed accenting of fox-fur and shearling.  LaPointe is quoted as saying “The 1960’s moon landing ushered in a public love affair with space. People were no longer dressing for today, they were dressing for tomorrow. Fall 2018 is really about a message of looking forward, and positivity.”

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