NYFW: Naeem Khan Fall/Winter 2017

Naeem Khan's Fall 2017 show at New York Fashion Week was straight out of a fairytale -- a modern, trendy fairytale to be exact. The designer's ready-to-wear collection was basically everything in our dream closet.

Sequined pantsuits, leopard silk pants, bralettes, floral overcoats...Khan did it all. In a swift blend of different textures, patterns and layers, he brought these magnificent to life. For Khan, he owes this collection to the women in his life and his experiences. "It's a collection in the spirit of women I have met and the life I have traveled," the talented creator said.

It was a mix of inspiration from "Poland, from India, from the Middle East. It was about diversification, because what makes this world a beautiful place is diversification," he explained.

The models showcased his designs, which were a "blend of art and technique". Daywear featured pantsuits, sophisticated tracksuit pants, dresses and coats, perfectly fitting for the modern, on-the-go women.

His tasteful presentation of evening wear seemed straight off the red carpet. In a creative array of fringe, color blocking, feathers, Khan's lively designs stood out. One model's gorgeous gown resembled a butterfly, another a leopard. All were adorned with dangling, textured earrings and tangles of pearls.

However, Khan's final look was so special, it shook the entire room. Before Khan took his final bow, a gorgeous model took the catwalk, alone, in gold headdress and gold gown. She walked slowly and gracefully as Maya Angelou's poem "Human Family" bounced off the walls.

Naeem Khan - Runway - February 2017 - New York Fashion Week: The Shows
Naeem Khan - Runway - February 2017 - New York Fashion Week: The Shows

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"We are more alike, my friends, than we are unalike," the poem concluded. Khan's beautiful message was clear.

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