Fly-away scarves in Lurex and lace wrapped themselves around models' necks with Little Prince-like élan, while t-strap sandals and futuristic boots in gold and silver brought to mind dance shoes seen in the halcyon days of the Studio
Her starting point was the first painting she bought with her own money—a Pre-Raphealite. This translated into goddess gowns in white and gold with flutters of butterfly embroideries, the models' hair pulled half back and pinned with flowers.
A group of net tunics and pants, some feathered, came out offering plenty of peeks at skin but covering just enough. While other fan-printed dresses with placement frills offered a tantalizing glimpse of shoulder and opposing hip. You had to be at the right angle to see the hip, which when you realized it, made it all the more seductive an idea.
The Best Looks From New York Fashion Week Spring 2016
If you like pina coladas and getting caught in a giant tidal pool in the middle of NYFW, you'll like Tommy Hilfiger's Spring collection as the designer brought a little bit of island life to New York. Mustique, meet Manhattan on a Monday.