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New York Fashion Week runs from today until next Wednesday, February 14th following the Men's collections February 5th- 8th. However, this New York Fashion Week is different than the rest. It's following on a wave of changes that was initiated last season when Rodarte, Proenza Schouler, Altuzarra and Thom Browne moved their presentations to Paris. Tome's Ramon Martin and Ryan Lobo also joined the pack of designers leaving New York for Paris. While the controversial collaboration of Rihanna's Fenty x Puma received many accolades and the quintessential American spirit brand of Ralph Lauren hosted his show in his Bedford garage. This season more designers are striking on their own accord while two are coming out of town. 


THE OUT-OF-TOWNERS 

Tomas Maier is celebrating the opening of his Madison Avenue store and is visiting his Bottega Venetta show from Milan to New York for one season. Maier's move makes sense since the fresh air being infused into the collection abides by the New York edgy and youthful sensibility. Esteban Cortazar - the boy wonder from Paris, formerly creative director of Emanuel Ungaro, is moving his show from Paris to New York. 

THE DEPARTURES 

Ever since Alexander Wang announced that he's moving #WangFest to a June/December schedule there are more designers evading the conventional Fashion Calendar. Wand staged several street parties in September and will present his final show on the official schedule this Saturday before moving with his plans. Marchesa's Georgina Chapman after filing for divorce from Harvey Weinstein and Keren Craig cancelled their runway show in favour of a more low-key event. Delpozo and Victoria Beckham are switching New York for London, Tome traded New York for Paris while there will be no Fenty x Puma show. Many others Public School and Baja East switched to straight-to-consumer, Burberry and Mansur Gavriel wanted to a see-now-buy-now model while Rebecca Minkoff and Lela Rose opted for Instagram shows instead of IRL ones.

FASHION WEEK STAPLES 

But still, it's New York fashion week Marc Jacobs whose latest collection was featured on the cover of American Vogue is closing the show. While Raf Simons is presenting both his third collection for Calvin Kein and also showcasing his own menswear brand. Tom Ford is showing two separate collections Women's and Men's. We're anticipating Coach, Michael Kors, Oscar de la Renta and of course Jeremy Scott! We're also expecting a breath of fresh air from newcomers (to the NYFW runway at least) Eckhaus Latta, the powerful subversive duo, and the American - Australian Matthew Adams Dolan, a denim aficionado and Rihanna favourite. 

THE FROW 

As with designers, there has been a thinning of big celebrity sightings too. This time last year Katie Holmes, Jennifer Hudson and Lucy Liu sat at Zac Posen alone, for example, and by September, the significant celeb snaps were confined to those of a pregnant Jessica Alba and Jessica Seinfeld. And all for a good reason. According to The New York Times, in the practice of pay-per-pose, an A-lister like Angelina Jolie could command close to $1 million per show. As expected Tom Ford kicked off NYFW AW18 with a guest list that included Ciara and husband Russell Wilson, Pusha T and Halsey. Jessica Alba is a Tory Burch veteran so she’ll probably be there, ditto for Zoe Kravitz at close friend Alexander Wang’s show. Rashida Jones is a fan of  Rachel Comey, actress Chloe Grace Moretz has been a COACH regular in the past and may even show up to the Victoria Beckham show (she’s currently dating Brooklyn Beckham). Olivia Culpo and her New England Patriots player boyfriend Danny Amendola are scheduled to make an appearance, according to E! Online. And from the music scene: Solange Knowles Tinashe and Teyana Taylor may all show up. As far as street style trendsetters are concerned: Yasmin Sewell, (heavily pregnant) Leandra Medine, Lisa Aiken and Linda Tol are all safe bet sightings and women to follow on Instagram if you’re not already. 

Stay glued to Shopcade for more #FashionWeek updates and speaking of sticking to that New York aesthetic, shop our favourite NYFW designers via our expert edit below! 

IMAGE CREDITS: VOGUE, theCUT


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New York Fashion Week starts today and will run until next Wednesday 14th February (aka Valentine’s Day) following the Men's collections held between the 5th and 8th of February. However, there are a host of changes, initiated last season when Rodarte, Proenza Schouler, Altuzarra and Thom Browne moved their presentations to Paris. Tome's Ramon Martin and Ryan Lobo crossed over to the French capital as well, and even more, designers are shaking up the fashion system. 


THE OUT-OF-TOWNERS 

Tomas Maier is celebrating the opening of his Madison Avenue store and is visiting his Bottega Venetta show from Milan to New York for one season. Maier's move makes sense since the fresh air being infused into the collection abides by the city’s urban edge and youthful sensibility. Esteban Cortazar, the boy wonder from Paris and formerly creative director of Emanuel Ungaro, is moving his show from Paris to New York. 

THE DEPARTURES 

Ever since Alexander Wang announced that he's moving #WangFest to a June/December schedule, more designers have followed suit and evaded the conventional Fashion Calendar. Wand staged several street parties in September and will present his final show on the official schedule this Saturday before executing his plans. After filing for divorce from disgraced film mogul Harvey Weinstein, Marchesa's Georgina Chapman and her co-founder Keren Craig cancelled their runway show in favour of a more low-key event. Delpozo and Victoria Beckham are switching New York for London ( the former this season, the latter next), and there will be no Fenty x Puma show (making a Rihanna a little less likely). Others like Public School and Baja East have switched to a straight-to-consumer format, Burberry and Mansur Gavriel’s collections will be see-now-buy-now, while Rebecca Minkoff and Lela Rose have opted for Instagram shows instead of IRL ones. 

FASHION WEEK MAINSTAYS 

But one of NYFW’s biggest names Marc Jacobs, whose latest collection was featured on the cover of American Vogue, is closing the week as usual. Raf Simons is presenting both his third collection for Calvin Klein and his own menswear brand; while Tom Ford is eschewing co-ed shows by showing his new menswear and womenswear separately a few days apart. We're looking forward to seeing what Coach, Michael Kors, Oscar de la Renta and of course Jeremy Scott have come up with! And keeping a close eye on Monse, newcomers (to the NYFW runway at least) Eckhaus Latta, the powerful subversive duo, and Rihanna’s favourite denim aficionado Matthew Adams Dolan. 

THE FROW 

As with designers, there has been a thinning of big celebrity sightings too. This time last year Katie Holmes, Jennifer Hudson and Lucy Liu sat at Zac Posen alone, for example, and by September, the significant celeb snaps were confined to those of a pregnant Jessica Alba and Jessica Seinfeld. And all for a good reason. According to The New York Times, in the practice of pay-per-pose, an A-lister like Angelina Jolie could command close to $1 million per show. As expected Tom Ford kicked off NYFW AW18 with a guest list that included Ciara and husband Russell Wilson, Pusha T and Halsey. Jessica Alba is a Tory Burch veteran so she’ll probably be there, ditto for Zoe Kravitz at close friend Alexander Wang’s show. Rashida Jones is a fan of  Rachel Comey, actress Chloe Grace Moretz has been a COACH regular in the past and may even show up to the Victoria Beckham show (she’s currently dating Brooklyn Beckham). Olivia Culpo and her New England Patriots player boyfriend Danny Amendola are scheduled to make an appearance, according to E! Online. And from the music scene: Solange Knowles Tinashe and Teyana Taylor may all show up. As far as street style trendsetters are concerned: Yasmin Sewell, (heavily pregnant) Leandra Medine, Lisa Aiken and Linda Tol are all safe bet sightings and women to follow on Instagram if you’re not already. Stay glued to Shopcade for more #FashionWeek updates and speaking of sticking to that New York aesthetic, shop our favourite NYFW designers via our expert edit below! 

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Thursday, September 7th 


Although the past few seasons seemed to have belonged to the Hadid sisters this time around it was all about Kaia Gerber's debut. The daughter of supermodel Cindy made her NYFW appearance at Calvin Klein. Raf Simons showed his second collection for Calvin Klein in front of an A-list crowd in the front row, including Lupita Nyong'o, Jake Gyllenhaal, Kate Bosworth, and Millie Bobby Brown. 

Heidi Klum launched her first collection Esmara, for Lidl. Alongside her were Zac Posen, Louise Roe and Nina Garcia for the supermarket fashion line launch. 

Kim Kardashian West, Andreas Kronthaler and Pamela Anderson were amongst the many A-List guests who celebrated the Vivienne Westwood x Juergen Teller exhibition opening. 

Friday, September 8th 

The Tory Burch SS18 show took place in an open New York space in front of a busy front row including British actresses Vanessa Kirby and Emily Blunt. 

Jeremy Scott spring/summer 2018 show comprised of a greatest-hits medley as the star marks 20 years on the fashion scene. 

Saturday, September 9th 

Irina Shayk and Adriana Lima opened and closed the Philipp Plein show before Dita Von Teese appeared in a massive Martini glass. Live music is important to Phillip Plein so he employed Future with guest appearances by Nicki Minaj, Tiana Taylor and Snoop Dog. The braided massive locks that required 7 packets of hair per head were a concept of haid guru Tina Outen. 

Eckhaus Latta's casting was heralded as "the most exciting thing to watch at NYFW now" featuring a range of bodies, sexualities, genders, diversity, and races. 

Alexander Wang's, Wangfest, saw him driving around a bus in New York making 3 stops two of which were for the public—on Lafayette and Astor Place. Kaia Gerber opened the show. 

Sunday, September 10th 

In Jonathan Saunder's third season as the Chief Creative Officer of the DVF brand, he presented a decidedly Seventies aesthetic. 

Rihanna arrived at her Fenty x Puma show on a motorbike. Later on model of the moment Adwoa Aboah walked in her show filled with heavy sportswear with a millenial take. 

Monday, September 11th 

Two days after their Monse show, designers Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia prepared for the Oscar de la Renta show. 

The Helmut Lang SS18 show was hailed as the most anticipated of New York Fashion week as it marked the debut of designer Shayne Oliver behind the creative realms of the fashion brand. 

The Carolina Herrera show was staged at the Museum of Modern Art and it was the first time that the venue allowed for a fashion presentation.

Shop all the Top Designers from NYFW SS18 below!

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Thursday, September 7th 


Kaia Gerber, the daughter of supermodel Cindy made her NYFW appearance at Calvin Klein. Raf Simons showed his second collection for Calvin Klein in front of an A-list crowd in the front row, including Lupita Nyong'o, Jake Gyllenhaal, Kate Bosworth, and Millie Bobby Brown. 

Heidi Klum launched her first collection Esmara, for Lidl. Alongside her were Zac Posen, Louise Roe and Nina Garcia for the supermarket fashion line launch. 

Kim Kardashian West, Andreas Kronthaler and Pamela Anderson were amongst the many A-List guests who celebrated the Vivienne Westwood x Juergen Teller exhibition opening. 

Friday, September 8th 

The Tory Burch SS18 show took place in an open New York space in front of a busy front row including British actresses Vanessa Kirby and Emily Blunt. 

Jeremy Scott spring/summer 2018 show comprised of a greatest-hits medley as the star marks 20 years on the fashion scene. 

Saturday, September 9th 

Irina Shayk and Adriana Lima opened and closed the Philipp Plein show before Dita Von Teese appeared in a massive Martini glass. Live music is important to Phillip Plein so he employed Future with guest appearances by Nicki Minaj, Tiana Taylor and Snoop Dog. The braided massive locks that required 7 packets of hair per head were a concept of haid guru Tina Outen. 

Eckhaus Latta's casting was heralded as "the most exciting thing to watch at NYFW now" featuring a range of bodies, sexualities, genders, diversity, and races. 

Alexander Wang's, Wangfest, saw him driving around a bus in New York making 3 stops two of which were for the public—on Lafayette and Astor Place. Kaia Gerber opened the show. 

Sunday, September 10th 

In Jonathan Saunder's third season as the Chief Creative Officer of the DVF brand, he presented a decidedly Seventies aesthetic. 

Rihanna arrived at her Fenty x Puma show on a motorbike. Later on model of the moment Adwoa Aboah walked in her show filled with heavy sportswear with a millenial take. 

Monday, September 11th 

Two days after their Monse show, designers Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia prepared for the Oscar de la Renta show. 

The Helmut Lang SS18 show was hailed as the most anticipated of New York Fashion week as it marked the debut of designer Shayne Oliver behind the creative realms of the fashion brand. 

The Carolina Herrera show was staged at the Museum of Modern Art and it was the first time that the venue allowed for a fashion presentation. 

Shop all the Top Designers from NYFW SS18 below!

Image Credits: Instagram, VOGUE.com

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