New York Fashion Week Sets the Tone for 2018 Interior Design Trends

The hottest runway shows continue to influence fashion-forward, inspiring interiors.

02.19.2018 by Contributed by LuxeDecor

New York Fashion Week Sets the Tone for 2018 Interior Design Trends

posted on 02/19/2018 By Contributed by LuxeDecor

New York Fashion Week 2018 just wrapped and even if you’re not running out to purchase the hottest runway looks of the season, there are many ways to incorporate the top fashion trends into interior design projects. The most in-demand designers like Christian Siriano and Tom Ford put together glamorous shows to set the scene for the coming year of fashion and design, complete with bold new aesthetics and some tried-and-true favorite looks.

Let this year’s New York Fashion Week (NYFW) runway looks inspire your next project with these three fun and fresh trends.


Futuristic Fashion

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Jeremy Scott
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Alexander Wang
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Philipp Plein
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The NYFW runway looks are giving off serious futuristic vibes, invoking style and inspiration straight from the year 3018. Futuristic design is all about groundbreaking, bold ideas, exemplified by Philipp Plein’s model-robot who strutted the catwalk hand-in-hand with model Irina Shayk.

When it comes to interiors, this fashionably futuristic aesthetic is akin to modern design. Defined by clean lines, bold blacks and whites, and an almost science-fiction feel (think Star Trek), modern interior design is a popular choice for commercial spaces because of the clean minimalism and overall professional aesthetic.

Achieve the look with a Kartell Louis Ghost Transparent Crystal Dining Arm Chair (set of 2, $890.00, (LuxeDecor), or anything from the Stilnovo Furniture  collection, a brand with retro-inspired pieces that have a fresh modern take.

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Stilnovo Mid Century Eiffel Green Accent Chair with Wooden Dowel Legs
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All White Everything

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Ralph Lauren
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Victoria Beckham
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In contrast to the bold and colorful futuristic look, many fashion designers have opted for crisp white in this season’s collection. Always classic and flattering, these white ensembles capture the essence of elegance and minimalism.

Versatile and timeless, white has always been an interior design favorite with endless options to complement the neutral shade. White accents in a hotel lobby or office give a crisp, professional feel without the fuss of bold colors or patterns. Pieces like the Mobital Motivo White Leatherette Accent Arm Chair ($628, LuxeDecor) are modern and minimal while maintaining a high fashion design aesthetic.

Bright white furniture and accents can change the mood of any space from drab to fab.

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The BDI Centro rectangular satin white and Gray etched-glass desk.
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Pristine Patterns

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Victoria Beckham
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Michael Stewart, courtesy of WireImage

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TomFord
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Patterns are another big hit on the 2018 runway, with bold combinations taking center stage. Clashing patterns are back in a big way, according to brands like Tom Ford and Victoria Beckham. The patterns in question can range from earthy neutrals to bold neons but regardless of the color palette they always make a statement.

Play with patterns in your next project by incorporating cozy chairs with a bold look or a patterned rug to offset some otherwise minimalist decor. The Loni M Designs Jimmy Red & Green Accent Chair ($1,260, LuxeDecor) has a high fashion look perfect for just about any space.

Check out some of the latest looks debuted at NYFW 2018 and gather inspiration from some of the hottest high-fashion trends of the year; your next project will be sure to make waves.