Review: David Hart Fall 2018 Collection
It was a clash of two fashion capitals and a sprinkle of the culture at David Hart's presentation today. Fall 2018 found the designer playing with Parisian and New York influences. The inspiration from across the pond translated into beret hats, models carrying long, thin loafs of baguettes in tote bags and a sweatshirt and pants that read #NYFWParis --the hashtag graced the bread carrying totes too. For your "for the culture" New York Vibes, focus your attention on the footwear as each look featured 6-inch construction Timberland boots in off-white canvas, deep green and the classic wheat color-way.
The clothes married the two worlds together. Striped sweaters, paint-stained jeans, and accent scarves all brought an artistic feel that's alive and well in big, creative cities such as the City of Lights and the Big Apple. Other notable pieces included henley style cable knit sweaters, a purple suit, and the cobalt blue trousers styled with a white cardigan and red and white striped pole; it was a modern take on a look you'd see on Rerun from What's Happening. The only thing missing was suspenders and a dance-off!