INcollaboration: Minnetonka & Rebecca Minkoff

image-minnetonka-and-rebecca-minkoff-whiteSince 1946, family owned Minnetonka Moccasin has been a go to for a staple of traditional American footwear.  Last season, white hot designer Rebecca Minkoff collaborated with the 4th generation company to design a  collection

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NYFW: Leanne Marshall Fall 2017

image-leanne-marshall-fall-2017-00Leanne Marshall may still be considered by some to be an emerging designer, however, this season’s collection showed us that she has definitively rooted herself & landed.

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NYFW: Denibi Fall 2017

image-denibi-fall-2017-00Denibi – Chelsea Piers

Fadel Denibi, the Creative Director of the Barcelona Womenswear brand Denibi, is an Artist of many media. This season’s collection utilizes & takes inspiration from items he created himself – an African mask made of Ebony wood

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NYFW: Laurence & Chico Fall 2017

image-laurence-&-chico-fall-2017-00Pier59- Chelsea Piers

Laurence Li & Chico Wang, the dynamite team behind the Canadian self named womenswear brand Laurence & Chico, showed a collection of limitless creativity for FW2017-18

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INtheAisle: Viktor & Rolf “Mariage”

image-viktor-&-rolf-mariage-fw2017-00Antwerp based design duo Viktor Horsting & Rolf Snoeren debuted their entire collection of bridal wear, their first foray into the Bridal realm, under the name “Mariage”.  

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INparis: Paco Rabanne Spring 2017

image-paco-rabanne-spring-2017-00The legendary house of Paco Rabanne looked to its archives for its Spring 2017 collection for Paris Fashion Week.  However, the result was not literal but rather referential with looser interpretations of the their signature plastic discs

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INfocus: Remo Tulliani

Remo 026TheFashionList sits down with leathergoods designer Remo Tulliani to talk about inspiration and “making it” in fashion.

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NYFW: Mark Walters Spring 2017

image-mark-walters-spring-2017-00During a typical NYFW, we get upwards of 200 invitations to shows from all level of designers.  Yes, the big names are certainly fun to go to.  In fact, we feel humbly honored to even be invited to cover the legendary names in our industry, as we know how precious those seats are.

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