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The Most Glamorous Trends from New York Fashion Week

Beatrice Lessi

New York Fashion Week is always a huge source of inspiration for fashion lovers. But you guys should know me by now: I never feature every trend, because there are some trends I simply don’t like – in particular what in my opinion looks sad and unhealthy. So let’s concentrate on glamour! What were the best, most feminine, and most popular trends as well, in New York? Here a gallery for you to dream and maybe take note. For more fashion inspiration, check out Ask the Monsters ‘s fashion section.

The Cut Out Dress

More and more, a dress is made of pieces and…missing pieces, or sexy cutouts that show a bit of skin. Do it on your shoulders if you want to be safe, on legs or back if you dare more.


Michael Kors: classic but sexy cutout. Photo: vogue.com


Prabal Gurung cut-out evening dress. Photo: vogue.com


Fur Trims

I cannot stress enough how often fur, real or fake, for a full coat or for trimmings, has been seen on the NY catwalks and on street stylers alike. A huge comeback.


Even minimalistic Calvin Klein used fur generously. Photo: vogue.com



Glamorous and eternal black coat, trimmed by a fur neck, by Calvin klein. Photo: vogue.com

Nude Shades


Prabal Gurung. Photo: vogue.com

michael kors nude shades

Wearable and sexy: Michael Kors. Photo: vogue.com

Shiny Gold

Seen by Tommy Hifiger, Marchesa, Ralph Lauren, and many more – always a winner at the end of the show.


Marchesa shining satin. Photo: vogue.com


Simple perfection – typical Ralph Lauren. Photo: vogue.com

Floor Length

Not just for the end of a catwalk, but also loved for a party or an evening out – too much doesn’t exist!

reem acra

Reem Acra. Photo: vogue.com


Dream Dress by Marchesa. Photo: vogue.com

Glam Patchwork


Different pieces of fabric for Carolina Herrera. Photo: vogue.com


Kendall Jenner for Diane Von Fürstenberg. Photo: vogue.com

Body-sculpting Bandage


Baby blue and sexy elastic by DSquared2. Photo: vogue.com


Proenza Shouler soft elastic bands. Photo: vogue.com

Black and White

the combination of black and white has been proposed by almost all designers. A delightful trend, because you can also make it yourself, with basic pieces you already own.


Black and white, 70s style, and skirt with boots: typical NY Fashion Week. This is by  Diane Von Fürstenberg


Alexander Wang. Photo: vogue.com

Skirt and Boots


Perfect also for the evening, like this Ralph Lauren number. Photo: vogue.com

Altuzarra boots skirt

Skirts or dresses with any kind of boots: always sexy. This is by Altuzarra. Photo: vogue.com

Laced-Up Shoes

Still going strong, a very feminine style that graces the New York catwalk regularly.


Altutarra shoes. Photo: Vogue.com


Seen on the Calvin Klein catwalk. Photo: vogue.com