Latest Posts Under: Fashion Week

Couture Fashion Week: Tyramona

  As the tranquil music began to play I closed my eyes and started to calmly breathe, I didn’t know what I was about to see, but whatever it was I thought of peace. As the first model graced the runway I couldn’t help, but noticed the gorgeous pigments of the garment – it was …

Couture Fashion Week: Opera Recycle

  Set to beautiful Opera music, Opera Recycle was made of entirely recycled materials. The show was reminiscent of Alice and Wonderland, with three operatic singers competing for the number one spot of who was the dominant singer – the show was definitely memorable. Everything was absolutely breathtaking and unique! Look below to see the …

Couture Fashion Week: Sheri Autry Couture

  Contrasted with the simple makeup of each model, the intricate cuts and extravagant silhouettes were the highlight of the Sheri Autry Couture’s collection. The glamour, the sparkle, and the graceful movement of the gowns were all beautiful aspects of the collection. The light hit each garment just right, leaving a glimmer in one’s eye …

New York Fashion Week: Torrid

    Torrid made it’s runway debut on September 12th at Skylight Clarkson Square. Torrid, a plus size brand for women size 10-30, proves that New York Fashion Week is becoming more inclusive! With that being said we are happy that the fashion industry is becoming more diverse! In it’s efforts to diversify- curves and …

New York Fashion Week: Mimi Prober

    As the room went dark and the gorgeous backdrop illuminated, I was curious as to what type of show I was going to see. If it were anything like last season I would see lace, corsets, and beaded bodices. Prober is known to take recycled and vintage material and recreate them into something …

New York Fashion Week: Lan Yu

  Keeping with her traditional Chinese embroidery detailing; Yu brought her culture to Skylight Clarkson Square on September 11th, for a second season. This collection had a vintage meets modern feeling that was marvelous! The lace contributed a romantic warmth to the line.   Each dress was as if it were from a fairytale, as …

Couture Fashion Week: Shushma Patel

  Known for her stunning dresses, Shushma Patel never ceases to amaze use with her elegant design aesthetic at Couture Fashion Week. This season was glitzier, more glamorous, and all around even more colorful than before! Patel brings her east meets west fusion designs to New York fashion week once again, and we really appreciate her …

New York Fashion Week: Hakan Akkaya

  Inspired by existentialism, Hakan Akkaya’s SS18 collection was based on the freedom of one’s act of will. Akkaya’s black and white color palette and clean lines offered sophistication to the collection, yet the cuts and trims offered a playful feeling.   The line was futuristic and ambiguous to me, I felt as though it also showed off …

New York Fashion Week: Jarel Zhang

    Inspired by the chaos of New York City, the runway for Jarel Zhang was set up as if it were a city construction zone – the vibrant  colors of the cones, the stops signs, the caution signs, and more. I found that the uniqueness of the runway set the whole stage for what was …

New York Fashion Week: Leanne Marshall

  The Project Runway winner has not stopped since she was crowned winner in 2008 – her gowns have been featured in many magazines such as:  Martha Stewart Weddings, US Weekly, The Post, TV Guide, The New York Times, People, Elle, LIFE, National Geographic and many others.   When the show first started I could feel …

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