Oscar De La Renta Spring 2016 | New York Fashion Week

Envira

/

Published September 16, 2015

/

Updated October 20, 2022

Oscar de la Renta Spring/Summer 2016

Spring-summer 2016 marks Peter Copping’s second ready-to-wear collection for Oscar De La Renta, and with the new season, the designer paid homage to the house’s late founder with a runway show which explored Hispanic style. Copping used the Hispanic Society of America in Harlem for research, where he viewed artwork and textiles that influenced a lineup of carnations, ornate lace and powerful red. As with the fall season, Copping kept with De La Renta’s tradition of embroidery and luxe textiles while adding lingerie details for a more sensual touch. Tying into the Latin influence, the espadrille shoe made an appearance on the runway, updated with crystal and lace work.

Oscar De La Renta Spring/Summer 2016

Recent Updates

Zimmermann-Resort-2025-Featured

Zimmermann Resort 2025: An 80s Fashion Fantasy

Zimmermann's resort 2025 collection is a vibrant homage to the eclectic fashion of the 1980s, merging nostalgic elements with modern ...
Gucci Cruise 2025 Featured

Gucci Takes London by Storm for its Cruise 2025 Collection

The Gucci Cruise 2025 collection, revealed at the Tate Modern in London, marks luxurious tradition with a twist. Under the ...
Zimmermann Fall 2024 Featured

Zimmermann Fall 2024: Retro Sketches Made Modern

In a blend of past and present, Zimmermann's fall-winter 2024 collection, presented at Paris Fashion Week, stands out as a ...
Alexander McQueen Fall 2024 Featured

Alexander McQueen Fall 2024: A New Chapter

Alexander McQueen's fall-winter 2024 collection marks Seán McGirr's debut as the new creative director. This collection is a bold departure ...
Gucci Fall 2024 Feature

Gucci Fall 2024: From Equestrian to Evening Style

Gucci's fall-winter 2024 collection breaks to rules under the creative direction of Sabato De Sarno. The collection exudes a sense ...
Coach Fall 2024 Featured

Coach Fall 2024: Tradition Gets Rebellious

The Coach fall-winter 2024 collection, unveiled at the storied James B. Duke House, is a confluence of American classicism and ...