Runway Recap: Favorite Spring 2018 Collections

There is really no doubt about it: autumn fashion truly is the best fashion. Rich colors and the opportunity for multiple layers give so many more choices for what to wear. This usually results in September fashion week being nowhere near as great as it is in February. However, a few collections still managed to stand out. Of course, there were a few disappointing shows as well, but here are few that were utterly incredible.

Alexander McQueen

To no one's surprise, Alexander McQueen had yet another amazing collection to showcase. They truly never fail to disappoint! Creative director, Sarah Burton, visited Kew Gardens, home to one of the largest seed banks in the world, to gain inspiration for this collection.  Burton mentioned "the healing power of flowers" as a muse for the line. 

Christian Dior

Maria Grazia Chiuri steered clear of Dior's classic look by having models strut down the runway adorned in block-heeled Mary Jane's and black mesh boots - a look possibly inspired by the wrestling ring. Patchwork jeans gave off 70s vibes and leather jumpsuits alongside countless sheer dresses, black pantsuits and mini shifts were featured throughout the collection. 

Saint Laurent

With the setting of this runway show being next to the lit Eiffel Tower, it is no surprise that the collection was a favorite of many. The spring 2018 collection screams glamour with feathers, glitter and satin taking over the show. The audience was entirely captivated in the line's beauty, awestruck by the effortlessly chic style of Saint Laurent's new collection.