#NYFW 2016 Spotlight: Daniel Silverstain

His 2015 collection was inspired by the 1967 World Fair

Daniel Silverstain features bold lines and neutral color pallets contrasted by the sophisticated use of primary colors in designs featured at NYFW 2016.

New York Fashion Week (NYFW) has never failed to amaze the savviest fashionistas and anyone who can appreciate beautiful styling and sophisticated designers. This year’s NYFW doesn’t disappoint us, with the preview of Daniel Silverstain’s Spring/Summer 2016 Runway Show.

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Silverstain’s collection features bold lines, angles and solid primary colors, yet each look is softened by a neutral color pallet.  He drew his inspiration from Montreal, Canada’s, 1697 World Fair, which featured architectural, cultural and symbolic elements, such as flags from multiple countries around the world. Silverstain’s appreciation for culture and style is intermingled with his undeniable flair for simple pieces that make bold statements. The symbolism and use of textiles in his pieces were thoughtful and diverse, clearly showing his refined designer’s-eye.

The show was sponsored by label M, Aveda, Kiss, and Hangar 1 Vodka.