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5 Highlights from NYFW for Winter 24/25

Updated: Mar 18

New York Fashion Week showcased designers such as Carolina Herrera, Michael Kors, and Coach. The Fall/Winter 24/25 collections highlighted items with textures and detailed surfaces, emphasizing sets as key pieces and abundant leather. Here are 5 key takeaways from the event:

  1. Aesthetic: Mob Wife

Inspired by the partners of organized crime bosses, this aesthetic features opulent compositions with strong references to the 1970s and 80s, highlighting fur coats, shiny bases, and animal prints.

2. Key Piece: Sets

Blazer and skirt combinations stand out, emphasizing prints or materials with light textures, like tweed, marked waists, classic prints, and neutral tones, showcasing a timeless aesthetic.

3. Strength: Textures

Textures were a highlight, explored through various techniques such as applications, fabric manipulations, and reliefs, often covering the entire surface or used selectively for a distinctive touch.

4. Material: Leather

Leather and synthetics were prominent, especially in smooth and monochromatic bases, with varying degrees of shine from subtle to vinyl-like, used in sets, tops, overlay pieces, pants, shorts, and jackets.

5. Color: Cherry Red

An important color note for Winter 2025 is cherry red, a deep and dark red that stood out in the collections, applicable to various materials like plush fabrics, leathers/synthetics, tailoring materials, satins, knits, and velvets.

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