6 Standout Vogue Week Design Moments to Encourage Your Subsequent Mission

The spotlights on Vogue Week—which begins in New York in February and travels to London and Milan earlier than wrapping in Paris in early March—supply design inspiration past simply the realm of trend. From elaborate runway designs to in-store installations, the shows supply simply as a lot perception into the musings which might be rousing artistic administrators proper now. Learn on for six fashion-meets-interiors moments which will encourage your subsequent design undertaking.

Khaite will get brutal(ist)

Custom could name for a ribbon-cutting, however clothier Catherine Holstein did one higher when inaugurating her Mercer Avenue storefront in New York final month: The founder, artistic director, and not too long ago named CFDA American Womenswear Designer of the Yr behind the it-label Khaite hosted the model’s FW23 present inside the store’s industrial stylish interiors. Clad in concrete and metal, the futuristic, darkish setting was designed in collaboration with Holstein’s husband, architect Griffin Frazen. 

Inside the blackened concrete inside of Khaite’s debut brick-and-mortar retailer, a petite black olive tree grows. 

Photograph: Eric Petschek

The interiors are structural and placing and directly endearingly minimalistic, as if an architectural mirror to the label’s work. It’s industrialist, with curated racks of the latest assortment hanging alongside giant sculptural Serra-esque metal partitions, and within the again room, gentle floods right into a patch of stone within the nook, the place a petite black olive tree (dubbed Shady Girl) stands proud. The shrubbery symbolizes peace, good for the calm nature of the cool-girl ethos of the garments, the shop, and, notably, the designer herself. 

Christian Siriano x DXV

Photograph: Tim Lenz

Christian Siriano x DXV

Photograph: Tim Lenz

Christian Siriano and DXV cozy up

DXV and clothier Christian Siriano joined forces to debut a swanky new line of towels and bathrobes as a part of the luxurious kitchen and tub model’s Belshire Assortment. Timed with New York Vogue Week, the showcase occurred on the designer’s centuries-old house in Easton, Connecticut, in his newly renovated marble lavatory, which options an array of DXV fixtures. For inspiration, Siriano drew from the opulence of the Artwork Deco period, lining the terry fabric designs with gold trim and imprinting them with script and shell-like motifs. To have fun the launch, every mannequin in Siriano’s FW23 trend present was gifted a bathrobe, making for a top-notch terry fabric second backstage.

Saint Laurent FW23 at New York Vogue Week

Pictures courtesy Saint Laurent