In the blink of an eye, New York Fashion Week has come to an end officially.
From Tom Ford’s unapologetically bold get-ups to Kaia Gerber’s (ahem, she’s Cindy Crawford’s daughter) powerful catwalk on the Alexander Wang runway to Ralph Lauren’s private garage-turned-runway, a lot of exciting happenings caught our attention in the past week.
And as with any other fashion weeks, we’re always on the look out for the most splendid looks, bags, shoes, sunglasses...the list goes on.
Now that the #NYFW is over, let’s take a quick look at some of the standout pieces that we simply cannot wait to get our hands on.
Whether your dream is to become a superpower heroine or dancefloor Queen, this pair of Western bootie — with glamorous glitter accents against the metallic pink leather — will bring you there.
Waist pouches — one of the most beloved S/S’17 trends by celebrities like Jolin Tsai and Tanya Chua — have been updated to look even more resort-ready. It’ll be the perfect add-on for your travel wardrobe.
Photo: Courtesy of Puma / Getty
Rihanna’s been extremely busy of late. First she launched her first-ever makeup line Fenty Beauty by Rihanna (which sent Singaporeans to a frenzy), then at #NYFW, she rolled out her latest Fenty Puma by Rihanna collection, paying homage to Puma’s history in motorsports (which explained why she greeted guests on the back of a motorbike at the end of the show).
The sporty backpack above — with a neon orange top and netted body — is what we all need to nail the athleisure look.
Still unsure about the whole basket bag trend that’s taken over the feeds of Insta-stars like Yoyo Cao, Tina Leung and Melissa Celestine Koh?
Take a look at how perfectly the bag goes along with the dreamy dresses from Brook Collection and you’ll be convinced to get one for yourself!
This seasonless Pocket Clutch, for example, is simple yet stylish. Get one and you’ll see yourself carrying it for many seasons to come. Talk about value for your money.
For his S/S’18 show, Prabal Gurung got creative with the soles by adding transparent heels to his coloured leather open toes, making the wearers look like they’re walking on see-through blocks.