At New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015 (Sept. 4-11), top designers stuck to a few current trends (over-sized and voluminous pieces, grunge, black-and-white graphic patterns, crop-tops) and introduced a few new (muted pastels, busy floral prints, flowy silhouettes.) Eye-catching patterns and cinched-waist dresses took center stage, while jumpsuits and one-shoulder dresses — which have had more than their fair share of popularity — finally began to fade away.
(But yes, there were indeed some culottes — again.)
What does this all mean? That you likely won't have to buy anything new to stay "on trend" next season: just take a dive into your wardrobe archives.
Diane von Furstenberg
Cushnie et Ochs