Tag Archives: NYFW
The General Idea guy (& now gal) is ready to move this season, literally. As several models walked down the runway with luggage in tow, albeit colorful luggage perfectly married the their outfit in every way… this is fashion … 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.
We first met Adrian Escoto when he showed as part of The Art Institutes show during their final showing at NYFW. In fact, Adrian opened the show for them & as his first look walked, we were instantly hooked!
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”.
As we all prepare to hit the runways for 10 grueling days known world-wide by the following 4 letters: NYFW, we couldn’t help but think… “does any of this matter beyond the small inner circle of those who actually attend … Continue reading
Woodhouse hits a home run with their chic streetwear collection set on a stage with all the accoutrements of a ballpark – astroturf field, platforms for bases & bats propped jauntily over the shoulder of a few models.