CFDA Winner Presents Brock Collection AW 2017 at NYFW

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One of the shows that we have been anxiously awaiting popped up during day two of New York Fashion Week. We downed a few lattes for energy but didn’t even need to because the show was fantastic! The Brock Collection AW 2017 show is everything fall/winter fashion should encompass.

CFDA Winner Presents Brock Collection AW 2017 at NYFW

Whenever an up and coming designer is recognized by the CFDA of course expectations are high. Winners are viewed as the future of fashion, basically the next generation of American couture creatives. Last year, Brock Collection became the 2016 CFDA Fashion Fund winner and they have once again shown why!

For their Autumn/Winter designs Brock Collections incorporated a very warm, affectionate color palette. Think burgundy, burnt orange as well as delicate neutrals. Moreover, seeing the colors of fall along with furry details just felt so home-y and cozy.

Furthermore, the fashions honestly make you want to just wrap up in a blanket with a hot cup of cocoa. The fur pieces are well executed with the curves of a woman clearly being in a mind. Some fur garments can make you look so unnecessarily bulky. Therefore, we were very happy to see a number of belted designs that allow for a cinched waist.

These classic fur pieces were apart of a collaborative effort between Brock Collection as well as Saga Furs. Team work that certainly paid off well for NYFW. Nevertheless, one final quick aspect we adored were all of the off-the-shoulder looks that were even seen with the furs. In fall and winter we normally think more of the lines of covering up. However, it was a nice twist to see how a little skin can elegantly be added into any autumn/winter wardrobe.

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