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NYFW 2024: Runway Trends

Editor's desk decodes New York Fashion Week. Dive in!

Be it Ms. Bradshaw running around the City streets or the Devil in Prada ruling the skyscrapers – if both have made known one thing it is this: No one does fashion better than New York. And well, New York Fashion Week 2024 was no different. From jaw dropping avant-garde to chic ready to wear - NYFW set the right tone for the fashion month. Let's dive in!

La Vie En Rose

Looks like reds are going to be must-haves this fall. From Prabal Gurung to Tommy Hilfiger and Tory Burch amongst many others, the hot hue made a statement across a variety of silhouettes and designs. With Khaite giving fierce and Ludovic De Saint Sernin coming in with sultry notes, cherry reds made quite the statement on the runways. We love!

Sheer Elegance

Sheer-play turned out to be next in line to have had a prominent appearance on the runway. While the softness of the fabric took center stage quite often, it was also adorned with intricacies, as seen on Ludovic De Saint Sernin’s designs, and experimented alongside fur, as we saw at Khaite’s show. Helmut Lang took it up a notch with bubble-wrap texture, adding an interesting edge to the trend.

Slip On (or Off ;) 

Truth be told, there ain’t nothing as chic and alluring as a slip number. Where on one hand Proenza Schouler took the minimalistic route, Michael Kors made a mark with mesh, complemented with a neutral palette. Ludovic De Saint Sernin slip dresses boasted delicate fabric, gracefully adding to a sensuous narrative.

The Classic Layer Up

With the mob-wife trend taking over the world, overcoats at the NY runways came as no surprise. A timeless classic, the silhouette made an effortless appearance at the fashion week with Coach and Tommy Hilfiger. Khaite and Row had a leather take with structured fit. Azzedine Alaia's double-breasted grey number was unmissable.

Cut It Out! 

Cut-outs have stood the test of time and made an appearance on the ramp yet again - oh yeah, that trend isn’t going anywhere just yet. From elegant gowns at Lapointe to chic suits with Laquan Smith, and even some latex play with Ludovic De Saint Sernin - the runways saw a variety of takes on cut-outs.

Leather Agenda

Cinq A Sept introduced a rather cute take on layering with a leather slip dress! Prabal Gurung married leather with statement fur and OTT styling. A category that went big on leather was overcoats, as seen with Ludovic De Saint Sernin & Coach. Bold and bodacious – leather took the runways by storm in many shapes and forms.

Ruched Romance

Draped fashion is back on the scene with ruching playing it big on the ramps this season. Ludovic De Saint Sernin’s leather take to Fforme’s bottle green evening gown, Proenza Schouler’s romantic fit to Helmut Lang’s gothic take, the versatile ruching detail has found its way into the designer playbook.

Furry Fantasy


Faux or not - fur showed its gravitas all over the ramp as NYFW envisioned what the forthcoming season looks like. Michael Kors went all in with a statement fur overcoat. As did Lapointe with statement fur sleeve detailing. Prabal Gurung’s red take grabbed a lot of eyeballs, complemented with a statement gold choker.

Sculpted Sophistication

Structured jackets and tailored fits set the tone straight. Where in one corner, Michael Kors spoke business with an uptight corporate fit, on the other, Prabal Gurung painted an oxymoron by giving soft structure to the scrumptious satin. The structure powered and shone through a series of silhouettes, from a Ludovic De Saint Sernin mini fit to a slouchy ensemble by Khaite.

Stripe Club


From a magnificent take by Carolina Herrera to Potou’s crisp shirt dress - stripes served and how. Tory Burch’s sharp suit to Tommy Hilfiger’s casual mini, stripes were all over the runways. Ludovic De Saint Sernin’s sexy bodycon saw a bias cut on stripes and we’re here for the sheer versatility of this print!


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