For its second location in New York City the brand is debuting a new store concept that is bold, contemporary and clean and will certainly appeal to New Yorkers.
The hustle and bustle of NYFW is coming to a halt, but on Friday, The Knockturnal had exclusive access to the latest collection by BCBGMAXAZRIA for fall/winter 2018.
BCBG presented their fall 2016 collection at the The Arc, Skylight at Moynihan Station on Thursday, February 11. The collection consisted of voluminous proportions for fall, a stark contrast from the body con items we’ve seen from the brand in the past. The different textures-knits, patterns, quilted details- served as creative updates to standard basics, that were rarely reminiscent of their previous form. BCBG showed thick plush color blocked coats along side a lurex top and legging combo paired with an amazing embellished leather skirt. This season, BCBG advocated for longer hemlines and higher waist lines. The long dresses and skirts were paired over slashed shiny leggings. The collection was comprised mostly of Lurex, knits, leather and fur, in neutral tones of white, black, grey, burgundy and navy. My favorite piece was the white and navy pin stripe draped skirt.
Guests included Amanda Steele (Beauty YouTuber, MakeupbyMandy24), Sam and Calli Beckerman (Sisters, Bloggers at Beckerman Blog), Fern Mallis (President at Fern Mallis LLC), Jay Manuel (Makeup Artist), Anelisa Durham (Model), Nina Agdal,(Model), Abbie Cornish (Actress and Rapper), Bailee Madison (Actress) and Sami Gayle (Actress).
Check out images from the entire collection on WWD.com.[slideshow]
It’s almost that time of the year again. No we’re not talking about Valentine’s Day, we’re talking New York Fashion week! Before the top designers hit the runway to show off their latest collections, we have a sneak preview of whats to come. Well sort of … we have their inspirations.
Check out the inspirations from Banana Republic, BCBG, Marissa Webb, O’2nd, Concept Korea, Fashion Hong Kong and more below:
Designer Marissa Webb was inspired by “Dandizette.”