Category Archives: Spring 2017
One of the happenings of NYFW each season is The Blonds show. Downtown life emerges in all its teased up, injected, tucked glory & emerges by the side of the runway on West 15th Street
Barbara Tfank once again chose to stage her collection presentation in a contemporary art gallery where the vintage aura of her delightful pieces felt decades more modern by the mere association with cutting edge art.
NYFW isn’t truly open until the Nicholas K collection walks the runway. Lacking of late, has been the wonderful mix of women’s & men’s collection since the design duo chose to show its men’s collection during the men’s week
The Gallery, Skylight Clarkson Square Marcel Ostertag‘s S/S 17 collection was inspired by air & the elements of life, lightness & sensitivity.
The Art Institutes show during NYFW has grown to be one of the NYFW fixtures of sorts… one that we anticipate each season like few other. It’s like a barometer for where fashion is headed
Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Antwerp graduate Glenn Martens chose a boat in the Seine River for his stage as he showed the Spring 2017 collection for Y/Project, the edgy, under the radar collection that never disappoints.
For Pre-Spring 2017, Veronique Branquinho played the game of deception. A collection that was proportioned to look heavy, yet fabricated to be light, merchandised to look casual, simple, & sporty, yet detailed to be dressy, elaborate, & formal.
Ports 1961 Artistic Director Milan Vukmirovic aimed to reinterpret the traditional men’s wardrobe by adding an excess of gentleness & romanticism as well as a healthy dash of military detailing in both pattern & silhouette.