Bold, colorful graphic prints and patterns were prevalent among the Spring 2016 Collections at NYFW.
Inspired by the grate pattern on loading gates, Nicole Miller created her Spring 2016 Collection. A recurring print was of a brick wall plastered with graffiti. The bold vibrant colors within the collection are refreshingly bold yet feminine.
Mara Hoffman's Spring 2016 Collection is full of bold bright motifs including beautiful sky-printed suits and dresses, cornstalk motifs and other print-heavy pieces.
Naeem Khan's bold, graphic Spring 2016 Collection was inspired by Frida Kahlo. Pink, lilac and marigold floated down the runway in intricate patterns.
The Delpozo Spring 2016 Collection by Josep Font was larger-than life, with voluminous structured pieces in bright bold colors and patterns.
MONOCHROMATIC COLOR PALETTES
Beautiful Monochromatic color palettes were also a main focus on Spring 2016 NYFW Runways.
With Jason Wu's return to tailoring and use of intricate lace, the Spring 2016 Collection also uses a beautiful monochromatic palette.
The Spring 2016 Collection by Narciso Rodriguez was created with a gentler asymmetrical silhouette full of monochromatic hues and tones.
A beautiful array of pink was the scene for the Spring 2016 Collection by Carolina Herrera. This monochromatic color palette created flowing, romantic and flirty pieces.
Transparent silk and flowing silhouettes accompanied by a monochromatic color palette created an effortlessly feminine Spring 2016 Collection by Yigal Azrouël.
Inspired by the ocean, Idan Cohen's Spring 2016 Collection uses a sea-like monochromatic color palette with hints of a seashell motif.
Erin Fetherston's Spring 2016 Collection is whimsical and hyper-feminine. With a monochromatic color palette and flowing silhouettes, it mimics a fairy tale romance.