Our Picks from Spring/Summer 2020 New York Fashion Week

Fresh from the oven! Spring/Summer’s fashion week has finally started last week in New York. At Yuna&Co., fashion week season is like New Year holiday. We’re excited for new things and we’re having sugar rush in the office! Imagine all new inspiration that we can share with you! 

We’re picking our 5 favorite designers from New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2020. Read through for our roundup ahead, and check back regularly to our Journal because next week we’ll pick our favorites from Paris Fashion Week!

Proenza Schouler

Imagine seeing fashion essentials but with quirks, that’s the vibe that we get from this collection. We can still see plain fitted blazer, but then when we look deeper… BAM! It’s paired with asymmetrical and cutout top inside and a big belt. There’s also a bright yellow maxi dress that just screams summer already.

Carolina Herrera

If Proenza Schouler is still shy in admitting their love for spring and summer, Carolina Herrera’s collection is the embodiment of spring itself. The collection is overall very festive, bright, and full of blooms. All the dresses from this collection can help you blend with the flower garden very well. Every piece is an eye-candy with a lot of focus on the sleeves (you guessed it, the puffy sleeves are here!). 

Marina Moscone

Moscone has been a bit of a fashion insider secret, but that’s not going to last for long. We love how the designer combines minimal clothes with artful layering. Sleek, chic, and androgynous are the defining words for this nothing but simply gorgeous collection! The looks are definitely directed to modern women—the one who works hard for herself. Almost all of the looks from this collection can be worn at work or any important events.

The Row

Ah, here it comes the news from the label of our favorite twins, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen. We love how every piece from this collection is literally a staple. The fabric is lightweight, making it suitable to be layered underneath an outerwear, but also breathable to fight the heat of summer. The shoes and sandals though! Simple and looks super comfortable.


The Creative Director of Khaite, Catherine Holstein actually had a namesake brand before Khaite, but discountiend in 2009. Clearly, more and more people acknowledge that Khaite is the coolest kid in the gang (for now). The simplicity and poise of each item are attractive and eye-pleasing. We love the bold move of pairing the (seemingly) vintage printed blouse with drapey bright red trousers and red sling bag.