With a mix of domestic and international brands, Woman NY again took place at Spring Studios and seemed slightly smaller than prior editions with 60 exhibitors. Trends seen at the other shows, including the ubiquitous animal prints and colorful knitwear, were also on view at Woman this season.
Here are seven of the 60 collections that made an especially strong impression:
This New York based denim line uses vintage pieces to make new products. Its signature upside down jean with a front pocket used as the ankle cuff still looks fresh but our favorite item for fall was a reversible denim coat, one side of which was made from an old wool army blanket.
The footwear brands has really stepped up its game for fall and offers its famous Desert Boot in various animal prints and bold rich colors such as forest green and deep purple.
This Brooklyn-based brand makes some great knitwear, including this ethnic-inspired sweater.
The Scottish made knitwear line returned to Woman with another gorgeous collection in bold, bright colors and patterns.
The New York designer created a sweet and colorful collection for fall with a bit of a country slant. Standouts included a prairie-like top in printed yellow cord and an adorable sweater with a knitted cow graphic.
Designed in Hawaii and manufactured in Porto, Portugal, this eco-conscious footwear line includes on-trend “Rice Rave” chunky sneakers, crepe metallic ankle boots and burned wooden heals inspired by Hawaii’s lava flows.
A longtime Woman show favorite of ours, W’menswear returned with another feminine take on the military trend with this bomber/jumpsuit combination.