House House showing Order progress Grid View Icon Grid View Icon List View Icon List View Icon Padlock Icon Padlock Icon Window Link Icon Window Link Icon Order Number Location Order Number Location Gift Card Number Location Gift Card Number Location Gift Card Pin Location Gift Card Pin Location Location Pin Location Pin Circle Contact Email Contact Us Footer Page Icon Circle Contact Instore Contact Us Footer Page Icon Circle Contact Phone Contact Us Footer Page Icon User Shape Mobile Header Account Icon Skip to Content
USD$
Cancel
New York Fashion Week

3.1 Phillip Lim AW17

3.1 Phillip Lim AW17 Getty

Those among us enjoying the pink trend that is dominating the spring/summer season will rejoice in the knowledge that the hue is sticking around for autumn/winter – certainly at 3.1 Phillip Lim. The designer greeted his guests with a pink carpet at his Spring Studios show venue, as well as pink and orange Perspex walls running down his runway. And the shade made its way onto the opening look, a coat with chain link belt, a cyclamen suit complete with high-waisted trousers, cropped peg-leg pants, textured sweater dresses, satin booties and even leather handbags.

Where things weren't pink they were black or white – a cropped quilted jacket came with one undone sleeve and drawstring detailing, a white dress came with romantic tiers and a sash belt, and leather corset vests featured bustier cups and peplum waists. Lim deftly combined feminine accents with sportswear and menswear basics in a collection that was softer than some of his previous offerings but somehow more powerful. And, in a season where designers seem keen to champion women more than ever before, this line-up is bang on trend.

  • 3.1 Phillip Lim AW17 Getty
  • 3.1 Phillip Lim AW17 Getty