Trend Alert from NYFW S/S17: Little Bras
By Lizzy Bowring

Bra tops are dominating the NYFW catwalk this season with flirtatious appeal, says the WGSN Catwalk Team

Sep 12, 2016
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Each season, in addition to our in-depth catwalk reviews at WGSN, we spotlight the early trends that are coming through.

Right now we’re in the middle of New York Fashion Week S/S17  and key themes are already emerging from the shows.

Spotted at Tibi, Victoria Beckham, Alexander Wang and Altuzarra; it was all about Bra Tops.

Bra tops appear in numerous collections for S/S 17 with styles ranging from bandeaus to bralettes edged with feminine flounces and designs detailed with multi-straps for a sporty youthful vibe. These sweet nothings cut in silky satin or lace are layered under silk shirts or masculine cut jackets, lending flirtatious, provocative appeal to silhouettes.

Trend alert: Bra Tops spotted on the catwalk at Altuzarra

Trend alert: Bra Tops spotted on the catwalk at Altuzarra

NEW YORK FASHION WEEK

NEW YORK FASHION WEEK

 

If this trend were a person it would be: Carrie Bradshaw meets Rihanna

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