10 of the most daring looks from NYFW
By Carlene Thomas Bailey

While New York is known to be one of the most commercial markets, there was still some daring pieces making their mark on the catwalk. WGSN reports

Feb 19, 2016

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From Lady Gaga in full goth at Marc Jacobs to oversized scarlet red jackets, and more glitter than what you’d expect from a Christmas tree, here are the NYFW catwalk looks that did not play it safe or commercial, but pushed the limits of creativity.

Check out our favourite picks below:


1. Marc Jacobs AW16


2. DKNY AW16 ‘Inspired by the strong girl bands from the 90s’


3. Gaga walks for Marc Jacobs AW16


4. Delpozo AW16- “silhouettes contrast between the geometry of Lang’s Metropolis and gentle strength of Daria Petrilli’s illustrations’


5. Delpozo AW16



6. Marc Jacobs AW16 ‘The inimitable chic of individual style’


7. Jeremy Scott AW16


8. Jeremy Scott


9. Vivienne Tam AW16

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10. Phelan New York AW16

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