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New York Fashion Week SS20 Moodboard

The inspirations directly from the catwalks

New York Fashion Week SS20 Moodboard The inspirations directly from the catwalks

Ready. Set. Go. The fashion circus has begun its serial wanderings. First stop: New York. The American fashion week is confirmed to be without big names, with the exception of Michael Kors, Jeremy Scott, and Marc Jacobs, but also without memorable collections. The minimalistic garments of Proenza Schouler are refined and beautiful, the (involuntary) homage of Scott to Jem and the Holograms aka the most stylish cartoon of the '80s is funny, the reference to the 40s seen by Kors is always right and the joyful cauldron of inspirations of Jacobs is interesting, even if, for some, too similar to the works by Alessandro Michele for Gucci. This time is the details that attract the most attention. Area's jewels or makeup, more and more protagonist as Pyer Moss or Tom Ford teach us.

Below are some of the major inspirations of the NYFW SS20.


Coach 1941 - Richard Bernstein for Interview Magazine 


Jason Wu - Maxime Poiblanc 


Longchamp - Judy Chicago


Prabal Gurung - Cover of Time Magazine Who gets to be American? (December 3, 2018)


Pyer Moss - Sister Rosetta Tharpe


Tom Ford - Claude Lalanne for Yves Saint Laurent, Fall 1969


Tom Ford - Givenchy by Alexander McQueen, Spring 1997


Marc Jacobs - Doris Day in Do not disturb


Marc Jacobs - Jane Fonda in Klute


Marc Jacobs – Shelly Duvall


Marc Jacobs – Liza Minnelli in Cabaret


Marc Jacobs - Marina Schiano


Michael Kors - Katherine Hepburn


Jeremy Scott – Jam & the Holograms – Misfits


Libertine - 19th-century Staffordshire porcelain


Vaquera -  Valentine’s chocolate box


Vaquera – Riri in YSL heart-shaped cape