NYFW: Greta Constantine's Spring 2019 collection is a reimagining of the 80s

Greta Constantine's Spring 2019 collection had us asking ourselves the question: why don't we wear lamé jumpsuits and jaguar printed gowns everyday?

Designers Kirk Pickersgill & Stephen Wong showcased their latest collection in New York on Wednesday night at the Halston House, a former party spot of Andy Warhol. With big shoulders and a jewel-tone color palette sprinkled with animal print and a few major belts, all of the looks demanded attention in their own ways.

Pickersgill told AOL that the collection was inspired by his and Wong's memories.

"We are total 80s kid. We don't want to call [the collection] the 80s scene, but more of a remembrance of what our 80s were like."

It's not hard to see where the 1980s inspiration shows up in the collection thanks to the ubiquitous emphasized shoulders and overtly luxe fabrics. Wong went on to explain that the Greta Constantine woman is "fearless." "Or a woman that wants to be fearless, and we give her the tools to be," he clarified.

See all of the celebrities sitting front row at NYFW below: