Best Looks from New York Fashion Week 2018

Fashion Week is back in session, kicking off the show in New York, following London, Milan, and closing in Paris. Many upscale fashion designers from Ralph Lauren to Oscar de la Renta have hit the scene showcasing their trendiest fits for their Spring/Summer 2019 Collection. Although New York Fashion Week ended last week, it’s no doubt that this year’s looks seem to be inspired by the 90’s with a modern twist. There were many reemerging trends from animal print, western classics, tie-dye, and neon colors that continue to make their mark in the fashion industry. Take a look at some of the best styles from New York Fashion Week’s runway shows.

This sophisticated western style is from Ralph Lauren’s Fall 2018 Ready-to-Wear Collection. The plaid pattern and leather outerwear continues to make its way into the fashion scene as a statement piece.

Jeremy Scott added a splash of color to his Spring 2019 Ready-to-Wear Collection. His collection featured neon colors, camouflage, denim, and plaid patterns. He definitely thought out-of-the-box for this year’s runway show, making it one of the most memorable shows of NYFW.

Oscar de la Renta’s Spring/Summer Ready-to-Wear Collection sends off bohemian-chic vibes. His runway show consisted of many styles ranging from bohemian-chic to elegant silk material pieces.

Tom Ford’s Spring Ready-to-Wear Collection channels the late 1920s Babylon Berlin era. There were many different styles from alligator skin leather prints, headscarves, and silk suits.


New York Fashion Week kicked off this Fashion Month on a great note. Many of the styles showcased are sure to be statement pieces and everyday wear clothing items in our wardrobe for 2019.