Vines Of The Times: NYFW

Girls, girls, girls looking for a good Vine with the best 60 secs of womenswear this season

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New York Fashion Week tends to be a sober affair. Although minimalism – and lot’s of it – seemed to make a comeback and regurgitate it’s way on the runway this season, there were some stand out moments too. Alexander Wang peeled the parental advisory warning off Eminem’s Slim Shady LP and plastered it over his obsessive logo heavy collection, Thom Browne left his audiences in a mental institution come catwalk and Rodarte gave us showgirls from LA’s sunset strip. As London Fashion Week begins, take a moment to reflect on those great New York moments with our top ten vines. 

PROENZA SCHOULER

Unexpected details: Perilous curved wooden heels, small box clutches and lots of tissue thin suede

RODARTE

Stand out look: Dazed October cover girl Lindsey Wixon in a ruffled white hammered silk jacquard dress with fringe

THOM BROWNE

Atmosphere: A multi-room mental hospital, with white padded walls and hanging headless mannequins

MARC JACOBS

Initial reaction: Victorian ladies getting hot and heavy

ALEXANDER WANG

Viral moment: A sheer sweatshirt printed with the PARENTAL ADVISORY label

MM6 BY MAISON MARTIN MARGIELA

‏@Dazed_Fashion: #MM6 show #NYFW #Trippin

MARC BY MARC JACOBS

Soundtrack: Jeffrey Lewis' new track WWPRD. An acronym for "What Would Pussy Riot Do?", the song calls youth to take a hard look at the art they consume:

You're the power, you're the biz / The world is what you say it is...
So at least I can ask me and you can ask you / What would Pussy Riot do?

TOMMY HILFIGER

Double take: Colour-block hiking-hybrid platform sandals

THEYSKENS THEORY

‏@Dazed_Fashion: Theyskens Theory monochromatic and textural palette

CALVIN KLEIN

References: Umberto Boccioni and the Italian Futurists, free jazz and Chanel tweed

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