The fall and winter collections being presented at New York Fashion Week are featuring revisions to the traditional tailoring aesthetics and designers are adopting a more updated look for the time-tested technique.
Israeli-born New York-based designer Azrouel Yigal featured elegant wool topcoats that were constructed in pieces with his tailored looks given an update by carving up the sleeves and cutting the backs with sparkling silver accent zippers.
Designer Chadwick Bell, whose clothing was colored in rich hues of purple, dark blue, green, and pearl gray, paid tribute to the trend with straight skirts featuring long slits, boxy jackets, and baggy trousers.
LaPointe, a New York-based designer, tailored her dresses with cutouts at the waist and paired them with boxy jackets featuring billowing sleeves.
Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York features over one hundred designers (including Diane von Furstenburg, Ralph Lauren, and Anna Sui) in a jam-packed schedule that started on the 7th of February and will end on the 14th.
To learn more about the internationally renowned extravaganza, please visit http://www.mbfashionweek.com/.