Tag Archives: spring 2015
Lie Sangbong debuted his SS/14 collection at the Salon in Lincoln Center. Walking in, I noticed a crowd surrounding the enchanting, unique runway installation. Appropriately named “Dream Road”
The Pavilion Lincoln Center Angel Sanchez’s love of architecture & sculpture shows throughout this season’s collection in asymmetrical panels & cuts, along with his use of various textured fabrics
Just as NYFW was winding down I got a call from Mykel Smith, the human tornado behind his namesake agency Mykel C. Smith Creative, to pop down to ever-trendy Nolita to check out Sergio Davila’s latest collection. Having known of … Continue reading
Fresh off her Spring/Summer ’15 Paris runway show, I had the rare opportunity to chat with Irish-born and Paris based fashion designer Sharon Wauchob about design and going digital.
Glamboy Rock Legends was Ji Oh’s inspiration for her spring 2015 collection. In the designer’s words, “It’s all about the glamboy’s attitude, and how that drags attention to its self.”
Jeffrey Costello & Robert Tagliapietra have a great thing going. They make super simple clothes, beautifully. Beautiful in drape, beautiful in color, & finish them on the inside & out in thoughtful details
When a Desigual show begins, literally from the first model down the runway, it’s clear that this isn’t Fashion Week as normal. The models actually smile! Yes, imagine that… a SMILING model. Gasp!
Comfort seems to be the ongoing theme this season as Hougton showcased an easy to wear, yet sophisticated collection.
Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week New York The Theatre Vivienne Tam’s sportswear this season was a hats nod to her Chinese roots with every stitch. The motifs ran the gamut from florals & foliage to varying types of architecture.
Indigo textures with raw edges in simple cuts with thoughtful geometry opened the Sun Jung Wan Spring 2015 show for NY Fashion Week. As the collection developed, the simplicity evolved into complexity