As Latina's creative director, I'm constantly on the lookout for the latest in fashion trends on the streets and runway for my #Ebsession column. That's why New York Fashion week is the perfect time for inspiration and creativity. From elegant gowns to statement jackets, check out some my personal faves straight from the front row at this Spring/Summer 2016 NYFW.
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Next time you're invited to an all-white party, try this minimalist ensemble featuring a trench coat, sheer blouse and miniskirt. Keep the red vino at a distance, though.
Luck be a lady tonight. He'll never let you out of his sight in this blush pink, sheer slip and dress.
I died just a little in my front-row seat when this stark white, belted, kimono-style dress came down the runway. And what about those fuscia and floral open-toed sandals?
When it comes to mixing textures and patterns, no one is desi-equal. This ecletic outfit, composed of a bralet, knee-length skirt and bright yellow coat will make a statement anywhere you go.
Cinch your waist by adding a belt to a blazer-and-shorts pairing. DVF does it best.
Project Runway alum, Michael Costello brought sexy to another level with this breathtaking gown. He told me that the slits added elegance and movement without being over the top.
Leave it to Marc Jacobs to take the collegiate look to another level by topping rocker-inspired red pants and funky boots with a varsity jacket.
Love lots of accessories? I certainly do. But sometimes less is more. Narciso Rodriguez proves that an asymmetrical shape in a neutral tone speaks for itself.
Red is my go-to color for when I want to feel bold and sexy. Oscar adds lace and a peplum waist for a va-va-voom vixen appeal.
I love old photos of my mami wearing ankle-length dresses. This elegant piece features a low-cut neckline, three-quarter length sleeves and a high-waisted skirt that swings in full with every strut.
Just when you thought you'd seen every geometric-inspired look, Ralph Lauren captures the spirit of the French Riviera with this belted trench coat and bold-colored prints.
Dance the night away in this talented Colombiana designer's sheer embroidered top and intricately-beaded skirt, featuring lots of fringe at the seams and hem.