Tag Archives: New York
TV fashion design sensation Jeffrey Sebelia & LA based artist/film-maker Kirk Woodward Nelson have joined forces for a (predominantly) men’s collection under the moniker “a_i_r”.
In the dark & vibey setting at the Crosby Hotel, designer Morgan Hoffman presented her second collection under her “Girlboy” label, this time adding “Weekend”, a contemporary collection designed to sit along side the Ready to Wear collection.
In the bridal market, White dresses are rarely news worthy, but for Claire Pettibone‘s Fall 2018, White, or in this case, Cream, Parchment, Off-White… is the main point.
There’s more to our business than runway shows, model castings & photo shoots. As we all know all too well, these comprise like 2% of the overall work load of an average day in fashion.
Today, WANT Apothecary, one of the best kept secrets of retail, announced that its tightly edited collection of fashion finds is now available at a computer near you with the launch of its online shopping experience.
Fashion icon, Iris Apfel has paired up with zany furrier, & TheFashionList fave, Adrienne Landau on a colorful edit of Landau’s collection. The collaborative edit will be featured in Apfel’s flash department that is popping up at Bergdorf Goodman
Design duo Jaxon Yang & Nina Cuso presented their first collection on the runways at Chelsea’s Pier 59 during NYFW Fall 2018 Collections Week. The collection, more of a capsule than a full fledged “collection”
Haircutter to the stars – as well as CEO’s, industrialists & influencers – extraordinaire, Martial Vivot, has added to his growing empire with the opening of a 2nd location in Manhattan’s West Village/Meatpacking area.
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.
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