Tag Archives: Black
On-line lingerie powerhouse Yandy.com, will be donating 10% of its sales during the month of December to charity. During the month, cleverly deemed ‘DecemBRA’, they will donate 10% of the proceeds from their Everyday Sexy Bra Collection to charity
Remo Tulliani, our favorite mens belt, sock & sunglass designer, has upped the ante once again with a book! This is just not any other book where there are a bunch of words on a page, but rather Tulliani has penned … Continue reading
In what was without a doubt the most seamlessly merchandised collection of NYFW, Portuguese designer Katty Xiomara presented Spring 2018 on the runways of Skylight Clarkson Square.
Miami based, girls swimwear company KK Swimwear took to the runways of NYFW to present there Spring 2018 collection. The show, packed to the last row, was a nod to the 1980′s
Darling of NYCity Society set Zang Toi was seeing Green at his Spring 2018 collection show! Money green, not yet, but Emerald Green for sure. As the 1st 1st Lady Ivana Trump & the diva-licious Patti Labelle looked on
Darling of the downtown set, Adrienne Landau, was up to her usual tricks for Spring 2018 & the effect was no less intoxicating. Adrienne walks the fine line between cool & kitsch with her feathered & furred creations, but one … Continue reading
To try to review a Libertine show is akin to Tweeting out the history of the world in a single Tweet! There’s so much to share, so much to discuss, so much to reference, it’s simply impossible.
Showing in the Skylight Clarkson, Taoray Wang debuted her SS18 collection, that featured a refreshing take on a modern day women’s professional attire.
NY Based, Swiss designer Veronika Brusa of BERENIK wowed once again this season with her latest fashion “stunt”, this time taking place in her cavernous store in the SoHo district of Manhattan.
Shown in The Townhouse, the opulent Upper East Side watering spot of the well-healed set, Fashion veteran, Frederick Anderson presented his sophomore collection “African American” as a continuation of sorts of his debut collection entitled “Black Like Me”.