17 new york fashion week sets that wowed

the clothing wasn’t the only thing that caught our eye.

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Another season of New York Fashion Week is behind us. And while the clothing was spectacular, we couldn’t help but be inspired by some of the more intricately designed sets. Keep reading to see 17 of our favorites.

creatures of the wind

The rich, red carpet and gilded gold ceiling proved to be the perfect backdrop for the show.


Peeling pinks walls? In various hues? We love.

sies marjan

Though not exactly translatable for your own home, there’s no denying this space is impressive.

rosie assoulin

Who knew melted rainbow candles against exposed brick could be so breathtaking?


This set has us feeling like we’re in a modern loft, unfinished wood and all.

derek lam

It’s hard not to feel inspired by these bright hues arranged in geometric patterns.

thom browne

This set is so realistic, we feel like we’re really in a dark park.

tommy hilfiger

All aboard! The sheer size of this boat is enough for this set to make our list, so the brand gets extra credit for the starry night sky and custom branding.

jason wu

This set is serving up some major classic, but modern vibes. We’d be thrilled if this set could just magically transform into our living or dining room.


Proof flooring can make all the difference—and be the main attraction of a room.

mansur gavriel

The bright hues against a neutral backdrop (and those dinnerware #shelfies!) make us want to live in a Mansur-constructed world.

opening ceremony

The orange carpet and inflatables hanging from the ceiling have us feeling like we’re in outer space.

brother vellies

The custom built branch and flower background is giving us major entertaining inspo for our next dinner party.

carolina herrera

A sophisticated space for an equally elegant collection.

rachel antonoff

We want a pink desk (vintage phone and all) for our home office!


Surprise! This set is actually an art installation. (Just kidding, but really, it could be).

lela rose

When pastels and primary colors combine forces, the result is this gorgeous, graphic backdrop. We’d take a rug with this print any day.

Alyssa Clough


Alyssa is a Brooklyn-based maximalist and vintage addict who is always on the hunt for something—a new piece of collage art, more plant babies, yet another ceramic vessel, you get the picture. Obsessions include bold accent walls, living a sustainable, eco-friendly lifestyle, and supporting female artists and makers. Find her on Instagram ignoring her phone’s screen time alerts.