3 NYFW Trends that have already landed!

3 NYFW Trends that have already landed!

Our top 3 picks of ready-to-wear styles that were seen on the catwalks at New York Fashion Week this Autumn!

Usually we have to wait weeks or even months for designs and styles to filter down from the fashion runways in New York, Paris, Milan and, of course, London but this season we saw some ensembles that incorporated some familiar trends that will be carrying forward from SS16!

Here are our favourite 3 styles that you an continue to stock with confidence, knowing they’ll stick around well into the SS17 season…

1. Cold Shoulders

The cold-shoulder trend was huge this summer, and has carried forward well into this AW16. It’s a modern take on classic cuts, and we think it’ll be a trend that carries well into the future as a new classic line.

From left: Proenza Schouler, Creatures of the Wind, Edun (Photos: Imaxtree)

The prevalence of cold shoulder from designers such as Proenza Schouler, Creatures of the Wind, Edun, Victoria Beckham, DKNY and Cushnie Et Ochs means that this demurely sexy style is here to stay for the foreseeable future.

Shop the trend:

Cold Shoulder Jersey Shift Dress. Pack Price : £33.00

Cold Shoulder Midi Dress. Pack Price : £44.97

Cold Shoulder Dip Hem Top. Pack Price : £28.50

2. Ruffles

Another design element that we saw a lot of this summer was the ultra feminine ruffle. From blousy sleeves to crochet ruffle textures, the highstreet was loving this trend, and it seems like the top designers took note.

From left: Zimmermann, Prabal Gurung, Alexander McQueen (Photos: Getty)

There was a vast array of ruffles on display from designers such as Zimmerman, Prabal Gurung, Alexander McQueen, Altuzarra, Tome and Valentino, so it seems that this romantic style won’t be leaving us any time soon!

Shop the trend:

Ruffled Crochet BillyTop. Pack Price : £25.50

Ruffle Hem Scarf Top. Pack Price : £29.97

Ruffle Neck Peasant Top. Pack Price : £51.00

3. Sheer Elements

A trend that we've absolutely adored throughout 2016 has been the inclusion of sheer elements into a range of garments, from sportswear to class party wear. It’s a delicate, sexy style that we’re glad to see will be outlasting the Christmas party season well into SS17 as a result of the strong sheer designs paraded on the New York catwalks.

From left: Falguni and Shane Peacock, Jenny Packham, Tome (Photos: Getty, Imaxtree)

Sheer chiffon or mesh can add a beautiful dramatic look to any ensemble, and is a great way to show skin in a more subtle way to create an effortlessly feminine yet striking look, as demonstrated by designers such as Falguni and Shane Peacock, Jenny Packham, Tome, Oscar De La Renta, Alexander Wang and Tommy Hilfiger.

Shop the trend:

Lace & Mesh LBD. Pack Price : £41.94

Sheer Sequin & Mesh Mini Dress. Pack Price : £41.94

Sheer Pussybow Blouse. Pack Price : £95.9