We had the pleasure of catching Louise Amstrup’s New York Fashion Week debut earlier this week at Milk Studios, and after showing for nearly ten seasons at London Fashion Week, we were excited to be in attendance for her homecoming. Based around the 2004 American documentary Plagues and Pleasures on the Salton Sea, the collection seemed rightfully hauntingly intriguing at first. Models with hair strewn across their faces sporting subdued colours including lilac, muted yellow, light grey, and hints of patterns.
We saw Amstrup flawlessly execute hits of knitwear throughout the decidedly youthful collection which makes a point of staying above the knee the entire way through, and that’s something we can get down with!
Take a look at some of our photos our NYFW correspondent Phil Birnbaum snapped at the show below.