NYFW Preview: Inspiration From Oscar de la Renta and Narciso Rodriguez

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GEORGINE (Photo: Courtesy)GEORGINE: “This season I was inspired by the classic fairy tales as interpreted by the Grimm brothers. The

idea of re-imagining the princesses, heroes and villains of those stories for the

21st century was so

appealing. What would Cinderella wear to a ball in this day and age? Would Little Red R

iding Hood’s cape be a feather down parka? Would Snow White wear an embroidered leather motorcycle jacket when she escaped to the woods? These were my thoughts as I sought to create my

own modern day fairy tale.”De

nnis Basso (Photo: Courtesy)Dennis Basso: “Wild, romantic, lavish.”The image comes from a book called Toiles de Jouy French Printed Cottons by Sarah Grant, Photography by Christine Smith, Published by V&A Publishing. The image appears on p.45 of the book in a section called Bucolic Scenes and is captioned: The Garden of Love. Curtain. Cotton, plate-printed. Nantes, c.1790 242.5 x 159 cm. Repeat: 93.5 cm. V&A: 652-1

896.Peter Copping, Oscar de la Renta:“References to classical and 18th c. motifs such as toile de jouy, reworked thro

ugh a technical process giving them a modern feeling.”Brock Collection (Photo: Courtesy)Kristopher Brock and Laura Vassar Brock, Brock Collection: “For Fall/ Winter we thought a lot about the juxtaposition of masculinity vs femininity. We focused on

developing intricate fabrics, designing tailored silhou

ettes and playing with feminine shapes while maintaining a sense of ease that is integral to the brand. “Alice + Olivia (Photo: Courtesy)Alice + Olivia: “New York City circa the 70s… the downtown art scene at the time when the city was fi

nancially imploding and culturally exploding with creativ

ity.”Narciso Rodrigue

z (Photo: Courtesy) Narciso Rodriguez: “Texture.”Tim Coppens (Photo: Courtesy)Tim Coppens:“Wij Zullenn Herinneren (We Will Remember).”ADEAM (Photo: Courtesy)ADEAM: “The ADEAM Fall 16 collection is inspired by Japanese arts and crafts. It’s about the layering and juxtaposition of different textures.”Simon Miller (Photo: Courtesy)Simon Miller:“Juxtaposition.”Edie Parker (Photo: Courtesy)Edie Park红字跑狗群 er: “Inspired by the makeup compacts made by Suzanne Belperron. Unrivaled in her use of colorful stones and th

e only woman in the history of master jewelers, Belperron left the rigid lines of Art Deco behind to carve stones into organic shapes. The F/W 16 collection begins with Art Deco and moves on to motifs inspired by nature and distant cultures.”