Fashion

Best of New York Fashion Week Spring 2018

The people, places, and things capturing our attention during NYFW.

Surface is on the ground at New York Fashion Week. Throughout the week, we’ll be posting our favorite moments from various shows, presentations, and parties.


 

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2017

 

Maryam Nassir Zadeh

Much to the surprise of unsuspecting runners, Maryam Nassir Zadeh’s runway show was held at the East River Park Track and was accompanied by an impromptu Solange Knowles performance.


(Video: Spencer Bailey)

Coach

An homage to Keith Harings New York City, Stuart Veverss tough yet sensual collection for Coach showed on a glittery set alluding to downtown Manhattan in the 1980s.


(Photo: Shyam Patel)

Claudia Li

Inspired by the color palette of Japanese director Akira Kurosawas 1990 film Dreams, Claudia Li combined rich green and blue hues with pale yellow and crisp white in her collection.


MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2017

(Photo: Shyam Patel)

Assouline Celebrates Donald Robertson

Linda Fargo (left), Iris Apfel (center), and Donald Robertson (right) flip through the illustrators new book, Donald (Assouline), at his book signing at Bergdorf Goodman.


(Photo: Shyam Patel)

Rosie Assoulin

True to form, Rosie Assoulin turned out quirky, sculptural accessories—from glittery silver and dusty red raffia bags to a tan variation with playful seashell embellishments.


(Photo: Shyam Patel)

The Row

Guests enjoyed tea and pastries in The Carlyle Hotel’s Bemelmans Bar, where Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen held their intimate runway show.


SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2017

(Photo: Shyam Patel)

Tanya Taylor

Charlotte, North Carolina–based artist Will McLeod, who once worked as a designer at Tanya Taylor, created artwork from Tanya Taylor fabrics for the designer’s presentation at Spring Studios.


SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2017

Eckhaus Latta

Mike Eckhaus and Zoe Latta presented their most polished collection to date at the outskirts of Bushwick, Brooklyn. Boldly celebrating pregnancy, aging, curves, and dark skin, the duo’s show embraced authenticity.


(Photo: Shyam Patel)

Paul Andrew

In a sunlit West Village studio space, Paul Andrew’s latest line of footwear was displayed on bright pink columns illuminated by neon tube lights.


(Photo: Shyam Patel)

Kuho

Geometric accessories complemented structured ready-to-wear at Korean fashion brand Kuho’s presentation. The Samsung-backed label launched in the United States just this spring.


FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2017

Photo: Neil Rasmus/BFA.com.

Max Mara

Maria Giulia Maramotti, Max Mara’s global brand ambassador and U.S. director of retail (center), alongside Bella Hadid (left) and Jennifer Morrison, celebrated the reopening of the brand’s Madison Avenue flagship redesigned by Duccio Grassi Architects.


(Video: Tiffany Jow)

Jason Wu

Jason Wu presented his spring collection in the Fulton Market Building at South Street Seaport among flower arrangements by Putnam & Putnam.


(Photo: Shyam Patel)

Cushnie Et Ochs

Towering, geometric structures stocked with planters—clearly referencing artist Rashid Johnson’s 2016 installation at New York’s Hauser & Wirth gallery—anchored the runway at the Michelle Ochs and Carly Cushnies show.


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2017

(Photo: Spencer Bailey)

Calvin Klein

Raf Simons showed his second collection for Calvin Klein beneath a Sterling Ruby–designed installation at the brands Garment District headquarters.


(Photo: Alexia Adana)

Ulla Johnson

Model Amalie Moosgaard backstage at Ulla Johnson in makeup by Romy Soleimani and hair by Holli Smith for Oribe Hair Care.


Brock Collection

Kris Brock and Laura Vassar Brock showed their spring collection over a runway covered with fragrant gardenias.


WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 6, 2017

(Photos: Tiffany Jow)

Tom Ford

The Park Avenue Armory was flooded with pink light for Tom Ford’s show and shirt-optional after party.


(Photo: Shyam Patel)

Rosetta Getty

Rosetta Getty’s Georgia O’Keeffe–inspired collection was shown at an intimate presentation in Greenwich Village at a townhouse owned by the designer’s family.


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