Malan Breton Debuts Fall/Winter 2018 Collection at Style Fashion Week – Exclusive Video
Malan Breton kicked off this FW/18 New York Fashion Week season’s Style Fashion Week event with a captivating, fast-paced runway show at Cipriani in Manhattan on February 8, 2018. After an incredible performance by teen jazz pianist Matthew Whitaker, the designer set the stage for a dramatic and theatrical presentation. The Richard Magazine team was on the scene to capture the hottest, most buzzed-about moments from the full-house show, and trust us: you are in for a special treat here.
Structured shoulders, bold and colorful suit prints, and intricately detailed gowns ruled the catwalk of the designer’s Fall/Winter 2018 collection showcase. We’re talking shiny black feather skirts, leather lace-up corsets, and elaborate, show-stopping trains that elicited enchanted gasps from the crowd. Our editors’ jaws literally hit the floor when we saw a series of backless gowns and sheer body-con styles slink down the runway, on models wearing severe, slicked-back ponytails.
Adding to a current trend in NYFW productions, Malan Breton showed a mixed collection of menswear and womenswear at once during this event. The menswear styles ranged from street style-approved coats, tracksuits, and zip-up jackets to a statement-making formal orange suit that stole our hearts. In addition to enviable, red carpet-ready gowns, the women’s line offered tons of fierce workwear inspiration, from structured blazers to spy-in-disguise trench coats and luxurious printed trousers.
Click through the gallery below to see our exclusive runway photos from the Malan Breton New York Fashion Week FW18 presentation.
Need to see this collection in action? We understand. And actually, we highly recommend it. To view an exclusive highlights recap video straight from the Malan Breton Fall/Winter 2018 runway, be sure to view our exclusive video above.
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