Derek Lam looks to the 1970s for his Autumn-Winter collection | Lifestyle.INQ
Color-blocking
LAYERS and layers of deep and rich color-block designs

Derek Lam looks to the 1970s for his Autumn-Winter collection

Color-blocking
LAYERS and layers of deep and rich color-block designs

For his Autumn-Winter 2015 presentation at New York Fashion Week, designer Derek Lam channeled the ’70s.

Don’t be fooled—it may have been a decade known for its loud colors and flashy styles, but he managed to achieve the complete opposite.

His pieces showed a lot of exaggerated detail, but in the cleanest, most subtle way possible: white topstitching, oversized outerwear and giant buttons, to name a few.

Lam took on the most sumptuous materials to accent his creations, with models decked out in wool, patent leather, supple suede and fine calf hair.

In this collection, his usual aesthetic—clean, comforting and luxurious—was translated in masterful color combinations of the warmest and deepest colors.

Accompanied by an on-the-go feel, with feminine and masculine features, the result is almost athletic.

This season, Lam presents yet another series built to last as a safe and essential but still exclusive choice.

Straight lines, solid structures
STRAIGHT lines and solid structures make for sharper looks.
Cozy outerwear
COZY outerwear
Experience luxury even on dress-down days.
EXPERIENCE luxury even on dress-down days.