Trends You'll Be Wearing This Summer, Fresh From NYFW

If you’re seeking some wardrobe inspo for the warmer weather ahead, you can’t look past the runways of New York Fashion Week, which we’re currently in the midst of. Coming in hot off the catwalk this year is big hair, vibrant prints, relaxed tailoring and loads of colour – think the swinging 60s meets boho. So, ladies, this summer pull out your sense of adventure, because it’s all about being bold and making a statement.

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Take inspiration from some of our favourite NYFW looks below.

Jeremy Scott

“Plastic is fantastic,” was the summation of Scott’s SS16 collection. Taking us on a journey back through time, the 60s and the 80s were prominent themes among this year’s designs with plastic, shiny jewellery and dresses, cartoon patterns, and pop art.

Bella Hadid

jeremy scott show

Diane von Fursten

Embroidery, clashing prints, metallics and relaxed tailoring took centre stage at Diane von Fursten’s SS16 show. Drawing inspiration from Fortuna, the goddess of luck, the models donned Grecian gowns, silks and plunging necklines. Interestingly, fuchsia pink stole the spotlight, establishing itself as a base colour for quite a few of Fursten’s designs.

Diane von Furstenberg GiGi Hadid

Diane von Furstenberg show

Tommy Hilfiger

Did someone say, Bob Marley? At this years Tommy Hilfiger show it was all about the island vibes with crocheted dresses, string bikinis and flora prints. Maxi dresses look set to make a comeback, as does the patchwork print, with Hilfiger combining the two – as can be seen on Gigi Hadid below.


Tommy Hilfiger runway

Vera Wang

Vera Wang proved that orange is definitely not the new black with her SS16 collection. Keeping colour to a minimum, Wang worked an oversized boyfriend feel into her collection, debuting an assortment of large jackets and tanks, loose trousers, short shifts and cut-out pieces.

Vera Wang show

vera wang black show


What do you think about the SS16 trends?

Images via Daily Mail, Popsugar, Vera Wang, The Impression,, The Daily Beast