Designers from all over the globe were amongst the line up at the Lincoln Centre for the annual Mercedes Benz S/S 2015 showing.
Just in time for Spring, Spanish label Desigual delivered their ‘Say something nice’ collection featuring exotic florals from English garden blooms, to desert roses and Mexican dahlias.
The line was described as a blossoming kaleidoscope and the show was certainly that with floral headpieces, bright over-sized handbags and a flower girl finish as the models scattered rose petals on the runway.
Amongst the front rowers at the show were Poppy Delevingne, The City’s Olivia Palermo and RJ Mitte from Breaking Bad.
Korean designer, Lie Sangbong, made his second ever showing at NYFW and brought the house down.
Moving music and a beautiful butterfly video opener set the tone for his show, which took place on a runway made of 1200 hand-painted tiles.
Mr Lie’s latest line featured architectural pieces with geometric shapes, structured shoulders and lace lining in classic black and white shades. Spring was definitely in the air with a selection of dresses, tops and coats in colourful spots and butterfly graphic prints. Breathtaking floor-length gowns with intricate corsets and cut out backs made for a photo-finish grand finale.
Expect to see the likes of Beyoncé, Rihanna, Lady Gaga and Kelly Rowland sporting his latest looks. They’ve been known to don an LSB number on the odd occasion.
London label, Cute Circuit, brought more digital fashion to the table with LED handbags, as well as a swag of metallic and sequined garments to compliment their technological advances.
Dresses in monochromatic shades, hooded capes and one-piece swimsuits also made a cameo on the runway at the basement show.
Design duo Francesca Rosella and Ryan Genz also delivered a tassel two-piece, which had a life of its own on the catwalk.
With bold cuts, interactive technologies and edgy hues you can see why Katy Perry calls on Cute Circuit for outfits for major events such as the Met Gala and the iTunes Festival grand finale.