The models entered by escalator, as they floated among beautiful art gallery floors, and mood lighting. La Renta’s signature on several shirts, dazzled in the light, while his other pieces feature a variety of ink splattered shirts, tulle-embellished dresses, and romantic hues.
La Renta’ show was held at an art auction, so it was only fair that his pieces represented works of art, among a crowd dazzled by his use of paint splattered button-down shirts, among hot pink blazers and enticing red glitter signatures, stood out.
Oscar De La Renta’s dresses looked like they were dipped in paint themselves as models took the runway by storm, that represented a day to night ambiance that many women could get on board with. A representation of real art, he housed one of my favorite shows of NYFW.
If the paint splattered button down shirts do not grab your attention, the romantic, feminine work blazers will, paired with matching trousers, and if that isn’t impressionable, check out La Renta’s ombre dipped tulle gowns, iconic, beautiful, I felt like I was walking through an art gallery myself.