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Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Fashion Week: Jay Godfrey S/S 2016 at NYFW

It was about the crisp clean hue of white silhouettes featuring angled hems and cutouts at the Jay Godfrey's Spring 2016 Collection presentation. Somehow he managed to feature white clothes, with white accessories and a white backdrop without washing out the view of the clothes and making the simple collection look fresh and new. These sleek looks are perfect for next year's spring and summer season to look effortless chic any day of the week.

More about the collection:
Jay Godfrey's Spring 2016 is inspired by the work of the late interior designer and architect David Collins. Godfrey's collection specifically pays tribute to London-based Collins' use of simplicity, architectural lines, and text to create sensual environments that are simultaneously Contemporary and established. While Godfrey, who also works in the interiors milieu, was working on designing a hotel project in Seoul, Korea, he often looked to Collins' recently released coffee table book, ABCDCS that memorialized the late designer's work in hotels, restaurants, bars, and private residences. Godfrey was struck by Collins' use of different shades of white, ivory, alabaster and cream and has created a Spring 2016 show as homage to his work.

All images by Dan Lecca Photography


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