NYFW SS18: Weekend Round Up

From Kaia Gerber's runway debut at Calvin Klein to the dreamiest cocktail attire at Brandon Maxwell, as well as plenty more inbetween - here are the weekend highlights from NYFW.

Adam Lippes: Putting a Japanese spin on his quintessentially American sportswear-style silhouettes, Lippes introduced oriental floral motifs to his silky silhouettes.

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Adam Lippes: Putting a Japanese spin on his quintessentially American sportswear-style silhouettes, Lippes introduced oriental floral motifs to his silky silhouettes.

Adam Selman: An upbeat take on Americana, Adam Lippes utilised colourful gingham checks, workwear-inspired denim and a plethora of rich jewel tone hues.

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Adam Selman: An upbeat take on Americana, Adam Lippes utilised colourful gingham checks, workwear-inspired denim and a plethora of rich jewel tone hues.

Adeam: Hanako Maeda's runway was awash with beautifully sheer shades of pink, rich inky-blue tones and smatterings of grey and pistachio that lent a feeling a lightness to the languid, breezy silhouettes that made up the collection.

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Adeam: Hanako Maeda's runway was awash with beautifully sheer shades of pink, rich inky-blue tones and smatterings of grey and pistachio that lent a feeling a lightness to the languid, breezy silhouettes that made up the collection.

Bibhu Mohapatra: A culmination of female explorers and 20th Century Japan, Bibhu Mohaptra sent frothy princess-like gowns down his runway.

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Bibhu Mohapatra: A culmination of female explorers and 20th Century Japan, Bibhu Mohaptra sent frothy princess-like gowns down his runway.

Brandon Maxwell: A selection of rainbow brights signalled a departure from Brandon Maxwell's more muted aesthetic. The young designer sent out incredibly elegant cocktail attire, punctuated by unexpected denim pieces.

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Brandon Maxwell: A selection of rainbow brights signalled a departure from Brandon Maxwell's more muted aesthetic. The young designer sent out incredibly elegant cocktail attire, punctuated by unexpected denim pieces.

Calvin Klein: Kaia Gerber's star continued to rise with her catwalk debut at Calvin Klein. Building on his promising start last season, Raf Simons extended his creative narrative into Warhol prints, fringing, bright block colours and high-shine separates.

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Calvin Klein: Kaia Gerber's star continued to rise with her catwalk debut at Calvin Klein. Building on his promising start last season, Raf Simons extended his creative narrative into Warhol prints, fringing, bright block colours and high-shine separates.

Christian Siriano: Christian Siriano sent out gown after gown in a parade of vibrant red carpet essentials. From zesty yellow and green citrus hues to magenta and gleaming floral brocades, the designer will be in high demand come awards season.

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Christian Siriano: Christian Siriano sent out gown after gown in a parade of vibrant red carpet essentials. From zesty yellow and green citrus hues to magenta and gleaming floral brocades, the designer will be in high demand come awards season.

Cinq à Sept: Jane Siskin took on modern romance with a collection ripe with pretty florals, shaggy furs and frothy full skirts. Reverse layering brought an element of wearability to her sheer slip dresses while shirred dresses over lace trousers embodied prairie-girl chic.

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Cinq à Sept: Jane Siskin took on modern romance with a collection ripe with pretty florals, shaggy furs and frothy full skirts. Reverse layering brought an element of wearability to her sheer slip dresses while shirred dresses over lace trousers embodied prairie-girl chic.

Cushnie et Ochs: Delicate florals, pastels and sunset hues lent a lighter touch to Carly Cushnie and Michelle Ochs’s spring/summer collection. But the sultry cocktail-wear that the two have become known for remained, appearing in the form of slashed, angular black dresses.

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Cushnie et Ochs: Delicate florals, pastels and sunset hues lent a lighter touch to Carly Cushnie and Michelle Ochs’s spring/summer collection. But the sultry cocktail-wear that the two have become known for remained, appearing in the form of slashed, angular black dresses.

Dion Lee: Plisse pleats, handkerchief skirts and opulent silks in jewel tones brought together Dion Lee's two world's of New York and Sydney. Providing versatile options for work and play, Lee offered up plenty for his jet-set, high profile clients.

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Dion Lee: Plisse pleats, handkerchief skirts and opulent silks in jewel tones brought together Dion Lee's two world's of New York and Sydney. Providing versatile options for work and play, Lee offered up plenty for his jet-set, high profile clients.

Jason Wu: Jason Wu's talent for creating uncomplicated and highly wearable clothes for today's woman shone through in his spring collection with a careful mix of candy-striped boyfriend shirts, sleeveless trench coats and ruched dresses.

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Jason Wu: Jason Wu's talent for creating uncomplicated and highly wearable clothes for today's woman shone through in his spring collection with a careful mix of candy-striped boyfriend shirts, sleeveless trench coats and ruched dresses.

Jeremy Scott: American renegade Jeremy Scott marked his 20th anniversary with a razzmatazz array of the tongue-in-cheek separates the designer has made a career from. Looking back on his past, Scott drew from some of his most iconic motifs and silhouettes, reinventing them for today's consumer.

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Jeremy Scott: American renegade Jeremy Scott marked his 20th anniversary with a razzmatazz array of the tongue-in-cheek separates the designer has made a career from. Looking back on his past, Scott drew from some of his most iconic motifs and silhouettes, reinventing them for today's consumer.

Monse: Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia took their label in a new direction by exploring collegiate uniforms. This resulted in a series of striped skirts, athleisure-style jumpers, bomber jackets and deconstructed basketball singlets.

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Monse: Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia took their label in a new direction by exploring collegiate uniforms. This resulted in a series of striped skirts, athleisure-style jumpers, bomber jackets and deconstructed basketball singlets.

Nicole Miller: Designer Nicole Miller chose to reinvent safari chic by imagining society It Girls in the tropics. Aside from a dose of khaki, Miller paired black belted jackets with city shorts and trompe l’ceil prints with hand drawn parrots and butterflies.

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Nicole Miller: Designer Nicole Miller chose to reinvent safari chic by imagining society It Girls in the tropics. Aside from a dose of khaki, Miller paired black belted jackets with city shorts and trompe l’ceil prints with hand drawn parrots and butterflies.

Alexander Wang: Titled #WANGFEST, Alexander Wang chose to open his show with model of the moment Kaia Gerber. What followed was a precession of the grungy, rock-chic outfits Wang has become so well known for.

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Alexander Wang: Titled #WANGFEST, Alexander Wang chose to open his show with model of the moment Kaia Gerber. What followed was a precession of the grungy, rock-chic outfits Wang has become so well known for.

Tibi: Amy Smilovic drew from the Eighties for her latest collection. Conveying a hint of athleisure alongside Eightes tropes such as power shoulders and high-rise trousers Smilovic worked in plenty of optimistic hues such as lilac, lime, orange and yellow.

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Tibi: Amy Smilovic drew from the Eighties for her latest collection. Conveying a hint of athleisure alongside Eightes tropes such as power shoulders and high-rise trousers Smilovic worked in plenty of optimistic hues such as lilac, lime, orange and yellow.