NYFW SS18: Day Six and Seven

From Laura Kim and Fernanda Garcia's second strong sophmore show for Oscar de la Renta to the effortless minimalism of Derek Lam and Phillip Lim, we take you through the key shows from day six and seven of NYFW. 

Oscar de la Renta: There was plenty of youthful energy and optimism in the air at Oscar de la Renta where colourful pop art influences played out in the form of paint splatters, oversized hearts, scrawled logos and abstract prints. Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia are doing a fantastic job of opening the storied house's doors to a new generation of clients while crafting the elegant and timeless gowns that ODR's established clientele keep coming back for each season.

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Oscar de la Renta: There was plenty of youthful energy and optimism in the air at Oscar de la Renta where colourful pop art influences played out in the form of paint splatters, oversized hearts, scrawled logos and abstract prints. Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia are doing a fantastic job of opening the storied house's doors to a new generation of clients while crafting the elegant and timeless gowns that ODR's established clientele keep coming back for each season.

3.1 Phillip Lim: It was back to basics for Phillip Lim who sent out a minimal but chic collection that included sleeveless trenches, peplum frilled tanks and slouchy trousers. Made up of black, white, red, beige and navy these pieces will slot in to any woman's wardrobe with complete ease.

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3.1 Phillip Lim: It was back to basics for Phillip Lim who sent out a minimal but chic collection that included sleeveless trenches, peplum frilled tanks and slouchy trousers. Made up of black, white, red, beige and navy these pieces will slot in to any woman's wardrobe with complete ease.

Rosie Assoulin: Languid silhouettes conjured up visions of long, lazy summer days at Rosie Assoulin where wide-legged trousers, oversized kaftans and long flowing dresses made a strong case for an effortless summer wardrobe.

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Rosie Assoulin: Languid silhouettes conjured up visions of long, lazy summer days at Rosie Assoulin where wide-legged trousers, oversized kaftans and long flowing dresses made a strong case for an effortless summer wardrobe.

Derek Lam: Derek Lam played to his strengths for spring/summer18 with a collection packed full of American sportswear staples. Highlights included an olive-green leather shirt, coordinating masculine suits, a lace shirt dress and a deconstructed belted gilet.

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Derek Lam: Derek Lam played to his strengths for spring/summer18 with a collection packed full of American sportswear staples. Highlights included an olive-green leather shirt, coordinating masculine suits, a lace shirt dress and a deconstructed belted gilet.

Zimmermann: Nicky Zimmermann went back to her roots for spring/summer18, taking inspiration from Australia's Gold Coast in the Sixties and Seventies resulting in light and romantic clothes with just a hint of hippie.

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Zimmermann: Nicky Zimmermann went back to her roots for spring/summer18, taking inspiration from Australia's Gold Coast in the Sixties and Seventies resulting in light and romantic clothes with just a hint of hippie.

Carolina Herrera: There was a distinctly younger feel to Carolina Herrera's collection which came from the washed out denim pieces and colourful skirts and dresses that came down her runway. The structured cocktail dresses and long sleeved rushed tea dresses ensured there was still enough on offer to satiate Herrera's older customers.

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Carolina Herrera: There was a distinctly younger feel to Carolina Herrera's collection which came from the washed out denim pieces and colourful skirts and dresses that came down her runway. The structured cocktail dresses and long sleeved rushed tea dresses ensured there was still enough on offer to satiate Herrera's older customers.