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Proenza Schouler's monochrome NYFW show

FashionBy Sunday World
Proenza Schouler's monochrome NYFW show

Proenza Schouler's monochrome New York Fashion Week show mixed feminine tailoring with more revealing designs.

The US-based label, helmed by Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez, added pops of red and aqua-green to proceedings, but the black and white hues did most of the talking.

Model Binx Walton rocked the runway in black trousers and a white jacket. The classic look was given a stylish twist with an oversized black tie fastening on the jacket, and white pom-poms placed above the pockets on the buttoned jacket.

Another model sported the pom-poms on a striking white dress, that fell off the shoulders. The calf-length design featured slits either side of the front, revealing the model's thighs. Because the sleeves fell to the wrists, the finished look wasn't too revealing - rather it just left a hint of sultriness.

Bright shades were injected into the range with a marine-coloured outfit that revealed the models bare chest. The net-like material was worked into an ankle-grazing dress that featured cut out shoulder detail.

Also showing in the Big Apple yesterday was Anna Sui. The designer is known for flirty, girly designs, and didn't disappoint with her Spring/Summer 16 offerings. The vibe was quite festival like, with tassels, printed tunics and flower garlands all making an appearance.

Vintage-style swimwear was also on show, in colour palettes like green and yellow and red rose prints.

Gig Hadid wowed in a delicate sheer dress, that was adorned with pretty flower print. Her chest was on display under the sheer martial, but the floral design ensured the outfit didn't look overtly sexual.

The New York leg of shows comes to a close today, with Ralph Lauren, Marc Jacobs and Calvin Klein helping to end things.

London kicks off from to tomorrow and Zandra Rhodes is opening in the British capital.

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