September 29, 2016

Hot! Gallery NYFW: Fall 2016 Designer Inspirations

Take a peek at what inspired some our favorite designers New York Fashion Week Fall 2016 collection.

Rebecca Taylor Fall 2016
Sebastian Cubides of The Art Institutes Fall 2016
Alejandra Insunsa of The Art Institutes  Fall 2016
Lavan Chxeidze of The Art Institutes
German Madrigal of The Art Institutes Fall 2016
Stephanie Castanon of The Art Institutes Fall 2016
BAHAREH MEMARIAN of The Art Institute Fall 2016
Nhi Nguyen of The Art Institutes Fall 2016
Zenia De Sousa for The Art Institutes Fall 2016
Loom Loop for Concept Korea Fall 2016
Hidy Ng For Concept Korea Fall 2016
Yohanix for Concept for Korea Fall 2016
Jarret for Concept Korea Fall 2016
O2nd Fall 2016
Marissa Webb Fall 2016
Herve Leger Fall 2016
BCBG Fall 2016
Christian Siriano Fall 2016
Rubin Singer Fall 2016
Nicholas K Fall 2016

Rebecca Taylor Fall 2016

"As a child my family spent time in England and I remember my uncle’s mother Jean a well-known print designer working in London in the 60's and 70's. She created beautiful floral prints, exotic Indian paisleys and patterns - often inspired by Kate Greenway's illustrations. Jean's influence and spirit is found in my latest collection. It’s a collage of textures, techniques and flora motifs made modern in their application. I'd like to tribute this collection to her - Jean passed away late last year at the grand old age of 100," >Rebecca Taylor

Sebastian Cubides of The Art Institutes Fall 2016

"The idea of escaping the big city and wandering off into the forest was the inspiration behind this collection. Cool neutrals and contrasting materials that resemble the woods were used to create the looks," Sebastian Cubides of The Art Institutes

Alejandra Insunsa of The Art Institutes Fall 2016

"The silence of emotional transitions to innovative beginnings inspired this collection for Fall 2016. I wanted to create a memorable collection with the sense of calmness and innovation while keeping it smooth and architectural in terms of silhouette," Alejandra Insunsa of The Art Institutes

Lavan Chxeidze of The Art Institutes

"The inspiration for this collection came from the idea of Marlene Dietrich’s Shanghai express glamour and turning it into menswear. Uber feminine menswear or masculine womenswear? A question everyone will be asking after viewing this collection," Lavan Chxeidze of The Art Institutes

German Madrigal of The Art Institutes Fall 2016

"The collection was inspired by “Inversion: Plus Minus”, artwork created by artists/architects Annie Han and Daniel Mihalyo. The sculpture is made up of a group of bars that intercross one anothers paths creating squares within negative and positive space. Experimenting with layering and minimizing the number of garments, I took inspiration from the shapes the bars made when their paths crossed. Finally polishing the collection with gender neutral tailored elements," German Madrigal of The Art Institutes

Stephanie Castanon of The Art Institutes Fall 2016

"My Fall 2016 collection embodies the tranquility of the sea after a thin layer of ice has formed on the surface. The designs capture the cave-like silhouettes and iridescent hues that continue to exist beneath the surface of the ocean," Stephanie Castanon of The Art Institutes

BAHAREH MEMARIAN of The Art Institute Fall 2016

"The glamorous women of old Hollywood and their sensuality alongside their fascinating attitude, are the inspiration behind my Fall 2016 collection, “ extinct." The subtle shine of the beaded mesh fabric combined with magnificent faux fur in rich shades of mysterious black and blue are reminiscent of days gone by and yet at the same time offer a fresh, modern take on romance and luxury without compromise or sacrifice, " Bahareh Memarian of The Art
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Nhi Nguyen of The Art Institutes Fall 2016

"The collection envisions the strong and independent image of women in the next generation by using architectural elements and geometric forms, " Nhi Nguyen of The Art Institutes

Zenia De Sousa for The Art Institutes Fall 2016

"My inspirations derive directly from the concept stages of industrial designs and architectural blue prints. I owe a large part of my inspiration to my attraction of industrial material in fabrics. A black tone has been set as the foundation of my designs along with costume quilted neoprene, " Zenia De Sousa of The Art Institutes

Loom Loop for Concept Korea Fall 2016

"Androgynous by Butterfly Lovers," Designer Polly Ho, Loom Loop For Concept Korea

Hidy Ng For Concept Korea Fall 2016

"The luxury of art reveals in an unruly way," Designer Hidy Ng of Hidy N.G. For Concept Korea

Yohanix for Concept for Korea Fall 2016

"We dream to be the one," Designer Yohanix for Concept for Korea

Jarret for Concept Korea Fall 2016

"He gently flows in my heart," Designer Jarret for Concept for Korea

O2nd Fall 2016

"A vintage mood meets a modern city," Brand Director, Minsoo Chung for O2nd

Marissa Webb Fall 2016

"Dandizette," Marissa Webb

Herve Leger Fall 2016

"Hybrid," Lubov Azria, Chief Creative Officer of BCBGMAXAZRIA Group

BCBG Fall 2016

"Our muse is a performer at heart, with an artistic sensibility," Lubov Azria, Chief Creative Officer of BCBGMAXAZRIA Group

Christian Siriano Fall 2016

"My Fall 2016 collection was first inspired by artist Sheila Hicks' "Art of the Yarn" exhibit. After researching her work and the idea of yarn design as a form of art, I became inspired by all the many different techniques of knitting and weaving in fabrications. We looked at different ways to knit, twist and manipulate fabric into pieces that had structure but were still soft and elegant. To modernize these techniques, we digitally printed knitted fibers onto silk jerseys, cottons and wool in order to capture the idea of a knit - without the process of knitting. Just as Hicks weaves textured narratives with yarn, we tried to create a collection with story progression," Christian Siriano

Rubin Singer Fall 2016

"This seasons inspiration is homomorphism, or the transformation of one set into another. Fundamentally, this season is about identifying, re-aligning, and then extrapolating the core elements of my design aesthetic. I am using mathematical formulas as concepts on how to visually reconstitute dimension and depth. It is this that is the driver of inspiration in the lines, shapes and textures of the collection," Rubin Singer

Nicholas K Fall 2016

"The Land of The Bells," Nicholas K

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