NYFW S/S 2018 In Review

By Allie Eames

It’s that time of year again. The world’s best in fashion and design come together to New York and present the coolest, most cutting-edge collections that we can only hope to have in our own closets someday. Although the collections are slated for spring and summer wear, there are definitely some trends that will hopefully be making an appearance in our wardrobes long before then.

From my perspective, here are some of the best looks that I’m anxious to see in places like Zara and ASOS soon.

Rosie Assoulin killed it this season, designing what I consider to be a super wearable line. Highlights include pajama-style shirt and pant sets, unique silhouettes in suit wear, and a fresh take on checkered patterning.

Personal favorite: Assoulin’s three-piece skirt, crop, and shirt jacket combo.


Courtesy of Women’s Wear Daily


The pattern has major potential for everything from a mini-skirt to a blazer. See more of Assoulin’s line in the link

Another big surprise? Juicy Couture is coming back stronger than ever with a new collection that simultaneously incorporates slim track sets for class and lounging alongside tailored looks for daytime chic. I never thought I’d be saying I had wished I had saved my multiple track suits that were so essential to my eighth-grade closet.

Favorite looks:

Courtesy of Man Repeller


Courtesy of Man Repeller


See more in the links, so worth checking out. 

Among other collections, surfacing trends seem to be extreme-athletic wear from huge sneakers with track pants to buckles and straps ready for action. Color trends put a new take on spring pastels with an emphasis on canary yellow and bubblegum pink.

Lastly, street style watching is just as fun as the main event. Here are a few looks that are too cool to not emulate here in Oxford. Check out more street style and more collections for endless inspiration for fall.

street style 1
Courtesy of Cosmopolitan
street style 2
Courtesy of Cosmopolitan
street style 3
Courtesy of Cosmopolitan

Until next season, New York!