New York Fashion Week: Review

New York Fashion Week: Review

The most exciting week of the year is in full swing. From the backstage buzz around the fashion shows to the most talked about shows of the season. We have the latest rundown on New York fashion week and all the designers you can shop at Tessuti.

Michael Kors

Michael Kors, renowned for carrying the understated glamour that defines uptown New York, encompassed Studio 54 glamour into the fall 2019 designs. The disco inspired collection ended on an even bigger high with a live finale performance from Barry Manilow singing ‘Copacabana’. Sparking the crowds to get out of their seats and sing along to the great soundtrack.


BOSS, a celebration of elevated style and precise workmanship. The fall 2019 collection was a true reflection of BOSS’s timeless appeal in the form of classic cuts and luxurious fabrics. Tailoring was paired with pumps for a modern, relaxed silhouette. While other pieces in the collection, had finer artistic details in the form of quilted wool fabrics and luxe leather.

Marc Jacobs

Marc Jacobs showcased a dazzling display of fashion, an intimate occasion that reflected a couture show and we wouldn’t expect anything less from the designer. Each look was unique, and the finale featured legendary Christy Turlington, who last strutted down the catwalk in the 90’s. The show was elegant and graceful, with Christy the perfect end to the mesmerizing fall show.

Ralph Lauren

Turning the legendary Madison avenue flagship store into a brassiere for brunch, Ralph Lauren shared his vision for the Spring Summer 2019 collection in an intimate and personal way. With editors and influencers alike sitting down to dine on breakfast pastries prior to the show. The show was classic Ralph Lauren, composed of the colours black, white and glamorous gold, they were garments fit for a red-carpet affair.


Coach, fusing classic American style with a distinctive New York spirit. The brand focused on featuring retro inspired styles with an edgy twist to the designs. The brand played homage to the 90’s with combat boots paired with floral print bohemian dresses for a gritty glam style that is so true to fashion now.

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