WHO: Phillip Lim
IN A NUTSHELL: This was a collection anchored in duality and, according to the show notes, "using positive and negative space to evoke neo-noir heroines". For those that require a little concrete information, Lim's vision translated to razor sharp monochrome tailoring with contrasting textures of organza, merino wool and PVC - and an incredibly enthusiastic smoke machine.
BEG, BORROW OR STEAL: There was plenty of beautifully cut layered tailoring to chose from, and we had a real soft spot for the opening look; an ivory paneled cape and black and white shadowed pencil trousers. Looks were accessorised with a PVC belt and PVC faux collars.
VERDICT: To be honest, he had us at the invitation. We're told that Lim's staff hand cut the intricate pop-up Manhattan skyline on each of the 600 sent out. But even without the fancy invite, Lim still impressed. He managed to show a collection that felt genuinely fresh, clean and modern for autumn - something that New York has been lacking thus far.
See highlights from Phillip Lim's collection below :
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