In revisiting Patrik Ervell’s 2017 fall/winter collection, the New York-based artist transported his NYFW audience back in time to the early U.K. rave scene — as half-zip pullovers, leather trousers and chunky workwear-style boots played the starring role in the seasonal range. Ervell and his high fashion imprint once again hit the runway this time to present its 2018 spring/summer lineup. Showcasing an affinity for activewear, boldly-colored windbreakers and track jackets were well represented, as were a sampling of translucent nylon shirts and polyurethane leather shorts. Helping to diversify the overpowering athleisure aesthetic, a swarm of patterned button-down shirts and monochromatic suiting options helped bring the show to a close.
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