Front Row At Daniel Silverstain's NYFW Spring/Summer '16 Fashion Show

It's Spring/Summer 2016 madness in New York City!   

NYFW is amazingly beautiful, impressively creative and shockingly disruptive.

From surprise fashion shows & public invitations to ballet dancing on the runway; New York Fashion Week certainly turned heads and has everyone talking.

The democracy of public designer shows such as Givenchy, and live stream of Kanye's Yeezy Season 2, are making the most noise....

However, there are many other amazing events around the city!

For instance, Daniel Silverstain's Spring/Summer '16 Collection show, at Shop Studios was the first Fashion Week event I attended.  

Graciously accepting my invitation; I was pleased to also receive a front row seat!

Label M, Aveda, Kiss, and Hangar 1 Vodka sponsored the show.

I got the impression that Silverstain designed a look for every woman's style, but you can decide for yourself....  

Collection description & photos below:

ABOUT THE COLLECTION: The Spring Summer 2016 collection tells the story of the world’s future from the angle of the most successful world’s fair of the 20th century – the Expo67 in Montreal. With high sense of optimism, the city turned to a hotbed of culture where individuals could tour the world in a few hours and get a look at the future from the point of view of 62 different countries. This monumental event not only placed Montreal on a global center stage, but was also the catalyst for the city’s development into one of the most cosmopolitan and distinct cities in the world.

Inspiration for the SS16 collection is drawn from the impressive dimensions of modern decors and innovative architecture that reshaped the city of Montreal. The color pallet of the season is built on neutral hues with contrast shapes of primary colors, representing national flags. Lace and crochet textiles are coated in metallic gloss, and intricate multi-yarn jacquards are mixed with natural wovens – creating soft and relaxed silhouettes.
“In 1967, everything was wonderful. It was the year of love and the year of Expo 67”