New York’s sartorial dress code was all about diversity. Different influencers all around the world unite for the sake of fashion whilst designers fully incorporate diversity and embrace all different kind of models. Marc Jacobs significantly surprised the crowd with his racially diverse show and modernized headpieces, inspired by 1980s haute couture. Edun’s impressive exotic presentation made it seem as a stroll trough the city of Nairobi, Kenya with the boda boda (motorcycle taxis) standing in front and center in an art gallery space. Count on Halima Aden to mesmerize with her elegance and metallic look at the Philipp Plein show. And last but not least, Tibi made modesty never look that powerful and fierce with their oversized and vivid garments.
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“From sharp hats and even sharper haircuts to flamboyant shoes, the in between includes huge scarves, stoles, extravagant neck, waist, and hip flourishes, studded clutches, suede buckets and iridescent quilted nylon sport bags.” — @themarcjacobs on #MJFW18 Photo 1 by @landonnordeman for @nytimesfashion