Pictured: Jay Godfrey spring/summer 2016 New York Fashion Week.
Photos: Cathy OBrien/Bay Area Fashionista
Jay Godfrey showed his spring/summer 2016 collection at New York Fashion Week on September 12, 2015 at Chelsea Piers. The presentation was simple, modern, minimal, and crisp; a new vibe for the spring 2016 season.
Jay Godfrey showed an all-white collection which featured structured lines, and a modern vibe. On stage with the models, Jay Godfrey placed a pyramid in the center which was reminiscent of playground monkey bars in the 1970s and 1980s; yet in pyramid form instead of dome form. It gave the collection a slightly new wave vibe when combined with the modern lines on the collection.
Jay Godfrey’s spring 2016 collection is an interesting progression from his past few collections. For spring 2105, Jay Godfrey favored texture, patterns, and accessories. When he showed his fall 2015 collection, the lines became more simple, yet there were bright colors and patterns. For spring 2016, Jay Godfrey kept the simple lines, and moved into a more modern place with an all-white color palette.
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