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Continuing our look at New York Fashion Week’s Spring/Summer 2019 collections, we’re showing you the latest from Milly, Noon by Noor, and Lisa Perry.
Milly’s Spring/Summer 2019 collection brought us a vibrant rainbow—both in its garments and the space in which they were debuted. Inspired by the spirited, independent woman who is beautiful both inside and out, the loosely fitted silhouettes, ranging from oversized sweats to long, flowing dresses), could be seen in an array of colors and materials from mesh to neon to metallic. The collection, which was displayed atop a colorfully lit runway, featured a capsule run of t-shirts and sweatshirts created in collaboration with New York based artist, Tara Lewis.
Sweet and simple are two words that come to mind when viewing Lisa Perry’s newest collection. Boxy and relaxed silhouettes in an array of colors make the collection fitting to any number of occasions, be it day-to-day wear, spring cocktails, or evening events. While the collection features mostly clean lines and solid colors, a bright and bubbly flower motif makes a charming appearance—our favorite of which can be seen daintily lining the seam of a pair of jeans.
Once again, the islands of Bahrain are Noon by Noor’s source of inspiration. For the brand’s Spring/Summer 2019 show, a plain white backdrop set the stage for the collection’s soft palette, reminiscent of the Persian nation’s sand, sea, and skies. Featuring a selection of both lightweight and flowing silhouettes, the collection bears an equilibrium of feminine beauty and mannish comfort, seen in looks like a white and blue striped shorts-and-jacket set and the series of soft, effortless dresses.