New York Fashion Week 2017 has revealed its top five fashion models.
The top five: The new girl group: Vogue New York’s Kate Moss and L’Oréal Paris’ Alyssa Milano, and Louis Vuitton’s Victoria Beckham.
New York Fashion week has just begun and we’ve already heard a lot about the new trend of the ‘bouffant’, a loose, sleeveless top worn by models with thin legs.
This is a style that has become increasingly popular in recent years as designers like Diane von Furstenberg, Coco Chanel, and even model Heidi Klum are wearing it in their runway shows.
Vogue’s Kate Moskowitz had a similar look for her Spring/Summer 2017 show, but in her case it was inspired by a recent interview she had with Vogue editor-in-chief Darryl Ruppert, who was interviewing her about the style.
“I was like, ‘Look, I’ve been talking about this style, and people are really liking it, but it’s not for everyone.
And I’m like, I’m not making a statement, I can’t make a statement for everyone, and I’m just going to say it’,” she said in the interview.
Darryl said: “It is for everyone.”
Milano’s new look is more of a strapless dress than a boudoir look, and is not a boho or couture look.
It is a dress with a high neckline that is not as loose as the Vogue one, and instead is more fitted.
Victoria Beckham’s new outfit is a strappy dress with low cut bodice, which is a little more casual than her usual runway looks.
Milan, who has had a busy career as a model and modeless, had a bit of a surprise for her fashion week look.
She told Ruppet that she wanted to be seen as a ’boutique model’ in her career. She said: “I wanted to make a big statement, like, how can you wear something this casual?
And how can we all dress this way?
Because it’s something that I feel like everyone wants to do.”
Beckham said that it was important to not “make it about you, make it about how you look”.
“It’s important to make it for yourself, and to be yourself, but to make the clothes you wear,” she added.
The new trend has been in the works for some time, but has now become more prevalent in the last year.