Well, it has come to a close. Another New York Fashion Week has wound down. But I couldn’t let it go without sharing one more show with you. And I thought, what better way to end the madness with the impactful Calvin Klein S/S 2013 Collection.
Francisco Costa thrilled with a stunning collection that was unarguably alluring, but with out feeling explicit. And while the palette was a simple (black, whites and creams), the fabrics were interesting, especially the use of layering. I really loved both the sheer moments as well as the web-like layer introduced in some of the pieces.
True to both the Calvin Klein name and Francisco Costa’s tenure at the iconic label, pieces felt simple and not overworked, despite the clear detailed thought that went into them. The statement was strong and a fantastic way to end the New York season.
Now that you’ve had a chance to check out the Calvin Klein S/S 2013 Collection, tell me what you think! Did designer Francisco Costa hit all the right notes?
Images via Style.com/ Monica Feudi/ Feudiguaineri.com
Psst— Check out the rest of NoH’s coverage of this New York Fashion Week:
Thakoon Addition S/S 2013 Collection
Escada S/S 2013 Collection
Honor S/S 2013 Collection
Jill Stuart S/S 2013 Collection
Mandy Coon S/S 2013 Collection
Reem Acra S/S 2013 Collection
Rachel Zoe S/S 2013 Collection