The second day of the Merceds Benz New York Fashion Week hosted beautifully bespoke collections including those from designers Rebecca Minkoff, Tommy Hilfiger, Nicole Miller and Charlott Ronson.
Rebecca Minkoff’s line featured assertively feminine looks tailored to boho elegance and ‘70s glam. Paisley bandanas, faded bomber jackets, funky boot-cut jeans and boyfriend blazers accentuated the fun-loving, hipster chic tone of the show.
Tommy Hilfiger Men’s
Nautical-themed throughout, Tommy Hilfiger’s menswear incorporated classic boat shoes, plunging V-neck sweaters and pristinely tailored blazer-short combinations. Each look was clean, crisp and yacht-club ready.
Nicole Miller’s pieces embodied fashions ready to wear for both the girlie girls and the rocker chicks.Pretty in punk models donned a variety of floral prints paired with sculpted leathers in black, white and crème.
Charlotte Ronson showcased a collection of beautifully constructed pieces textured with chiffon, plastics, leathers and knits. The simple color palette, consisting of seafoam greens and blues, beige crèmes, and classic black and white, fell in perfect contrast to the creative structure and texture of each look.