NYFW Preview: Yigal Azrouel, Milly and Chromat

Take a look at what will be on the runway today.

New York designers share the inspiration behind their Spring/Summer 2017 collections. Check back each morning of Fashion Week for an up-to-date sneak peek…

Chromat Spring/ Summer 2017 Mood Board - Hyperwave

Chromat (Photo: Courtsey Chromat)

Chromat: “Chromat’s SS ’17 collection titled Hyperwave was inspired by professional female athletes in extreme sports.” 

Rubin Singer, Spring/ Sumer 2017.

Rubin Singer (Photo: Courtesy Rubin Singer)

Ruben Singer: “Into the Deep.”

Cushnie et Ochs

Cushnie et Ochs (Photo: Courtesy Cushnie et Ochs).

Cushnie et Ochs: “Inspired by Elvira Hancock, Michelle Pfeiffer’s character in Scarface.”

Novis, Spring/ Summer 2017.

Novis (Photo: Courtesy Novis )

Novis: “Bold.”

Yigal Azrouel

Yigal Azrouel (Photo: Courtesy Yigal Azrouel)

Yigal Azrouel: “Heritage.” 


Milly (Photo: Courtesy Milly)

Milly: “Spring 2017 has me all wrapped up exploring sensuality and purity.” 

Pamella Roland

Pamella Roland (Photo: Courtesy Pamella Roland)

Pamella Roland: “This season I was inspired by my most recent trip to Positano and the unique color stories that were created from its natural surroundings.”

Kate Spade

Kate Spade (Photo: Courtesy Kate Spade New York)

Kate Spade New York: “Sensory overload.”

Club Monaco Women's

Club Monaco Women’s (Photo: Courtesy Club Monaco).

Club Monaco Women’s, Caroline Belhumeur: “The collection is all about juxtaposition, highlighting the contradiction of Victorian romanticism with military structure and masculinity, as well as the idea of abbreviated versus oversized.”

Club Monaco Men's

Club Monaco Men’s (Photo: Courtesy Club Monaco).

Club Monaco Men’s, Matthew Millward: “This Fall, the Club Monaco man exudes a renewed sense of elevated classics, focusing on rich color, textural fabrics and a military sensibility.”

Tanya Taylor

Tanya Taylor (Photo: Courtesy Tanya Taylor)

Tanya Taylor: Fringed.”

Nicole Miller

Nicole Miller (Photo: Courtesy Nicole Miller)

Nicole Miller: “My Spring 2017 collection is a culture mix, blending elements of traditional Panama with modern New York City influences.  As the world gets smaller everything gets woven together.” NYFW Preview: Yigal Azrouel, Milly and Chromat