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“[A] trench coat is a must; practical & functional, designed to be stylish & contemporary.” Simonetta Ravizza
This Ukraine themed collection is a successful example of how used clothes can be repurposed into a couture statement ensemble. ”Artisanal” is particularly relevant as repurposing is a theme that is gaining steam
I’m sure I’m not alone when I speak of mental escapes at the moment. One thing this current time has given us is the opportunity for mental escape – from our day to day. The story that follows is a … Continue reading
We’ve literally been inundated with stories about initiatives responding to the current COVID-19 pandemic. Most, involve facemasks for the masses, as making surgical quality pieces understandably involves a level of expertise that is best left to those in the business of … Continue reading
Chinese brand SEVENCRASH returned to Spring Studios once again for the showing of their Fall 2020 collection, showing an ode to fashions of 2065. In the eyes of the creative team at SEVENCRASH, the future is a cold one.
Under the simple moniker ‘Turkish Designers’, four Turkish based designers made their New York Runway debut… or at least three of them did. Asli Filinta, DB Berdan, & Simay Bulbul made their first appearance, while seasoned NYFW veteran & TheFashionList … Continue reading
Istanbul based designer extraordinaire, Hakan Akkaya, returned to the runways of NYFW this season, after taking a one season breather. It seems the rest did him some good as his Fall 2020 collection for men & women is one of … Continue reading
Anyone who’s ever been to a group Yoga session has witnessed the scene… you & your fellow practitioners leaving yoga struggling to organize to your lives for the trip home, tackling your bags, towels, mat, cards, keys, etc. the whole … Continue reading
Another of the talented group showing under the ICY Designer Global Platform, the Chinese design collective, Fengyi Tan was every bit as intriguing as her other 3 runway mates for Spring 2020.
For Spring 2020, designer Eva Xu, a graduate of the Art Institute of Chicago, presented a collection that can be summed up with one simple word: elegance.