Five Trends From 2019 NYFW for Your Most Lab-Friendly Fashionable Fall

Five Trends From 2019 NYFW for Your Most Lab-Friendly Fashionable Fall

Five Trends From 2019 NYFW for Your Most Lab-Friendly Fashionable Fall
Hot of the press from the runway, AmorSui takes a closer look at high fashion and breaks it down for lab beauties to make a statement without jeopardizing safety.

Head-to-Toe Everything

Designers like Sies Marjan, Rebecca Taylor, Rachel Comey, Mansur Gavriel, Zimmermann, Kate Spade New York, and many others tell you to stop mixing up colors and play the matching game.

Monochrome is one recent trend, building sophistication by wearing items of varying shades or styling a single color head-to-toe to stand out.

Pair the Agnes Pockels Top with the Rosalind Franklin pant for a protective fire-resistant and anti-microbial fashionable alternative.


From left: Brandon Maxwell, Sies Marjan, AmorSui (Agnes Pockels Top, Rosalind Franklin Pant), Brandon Maxwell

Artful Layering

New York designers say that dresses over pants are in this season.

From left: the Creatures of the Wind, Phillip Lim, the Eckhaus Latta, Rag and Bone

Stay with the trend by wearing the fire-resistant and anti-microbial Marie Curie dress over Dorothy Hodgkin and Rosalind Franklin pant. Pull the whole outfit together with a nude pump.

From left: AmorSui Marie Curie Dress, Rosalind Franklin Pant, Dorothy Hodgkin top

Bright Blue

While lime greens and lemon yellows have been making appearances, bold and bright blues are popping up in more than a few collections that it might just be the “IT” color of the season

From left: Sies Marjan, Tibi, AmorSui (Ida Noddack Top), Prabal Gurung

Cinched Suiting

Urban takes on tailored suiting are not going anywhere this fall. A tailored blazer can be styled by wrapping around a statement belt for a more edgy look

From Left: Proenza Schouler, Peter Do, Michael Kors Collection, Dion Lee, AmorSui (Rachel Carson dress, Lise Meitner Jacket)


Embrace Diversity 

Fashion houses showcased catwalks with models of all ages, body types, and races.

This is easy! You can do the same by empowering your individuality and beauties in each person’s uniqueness

From left: Chromat, Prabal Gurung (Who gets to be American?), AmorSui 



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