Tag: NYFW

This Designer Turned An Abandoned Subway Station Into A Runway

An abandoned subway station was the stage to a very innovative runway show. High-end designer Tom Ford manage convert an old subway station into a glamorous and edgy runway show. The show consisted of medal bras, and moto jackets to tailored suits and ball gowns. The difference between the collection’s garments is similar to the …

TommyxZendaya

Last night, Tommy Hilfiger and Zendaya brought another collaboration to New York Fashion Week, the setting for the show was Harlem’s famous Apollo Theater. The landmark in the historically African American neighborhood was the stage for a 1970’s themed collection and housed the ‘Block Party’ styled runway show. Differing from last season’s ‘Disco’ themed collection, …

New York Fashion Week: Dan Liu

Alluding to his Japanese culture Dan Liu’s showcase started off with a performance of a man dressed in traditional Japanese garb, the music was calming as the audience watched in awe of the performance. I was impressed that Liu tied his roots into his showcase. As I gazed at the runway in astonishment, I was …

New York Fashion Week: Ruby Fang

I have to say the most eccentric collection I experienced at New York Fashion Week was Ruby Fang. Her collection put the glam in glamorous – with sparkle, tassels, and feathers, her line was nothing short of amazing! The show started off with white garments with a shimmery finish, then it went into more intricate …

New York Fashion Week: Just In XX

Just In XX was a unique take on streetwear, the Taiwanese designer defies beauty standards and does not give into the prettiness of fashion. Designer Justin blurs the lines of beauty and breaks down barriers in the fashion industry! Justin’s runway show started off with a rap performance, which lead to the runway show, the …

New York Fashion Week: Son Jung Wan

  Inspired by “Dramatic Move,” Korea born designer┬áSon Jung Wan brought romanticism to New York Fashion Week on Saturday September 8th. The collection was a conglomeration of different eras, from the the 1940’s to the 1980’s, this collection was a clear indication of how style has transformed throughout the years. The line was compromised of …

New York Fashion Week: Chromat

Titled Saturation, Chromat was inspired by wet t-shirts for their Spring/Summer 2019 New York Fashion Week runway show. The premise of the line is to empower women who are too embarrassed to show their bodies at the swimming pool – women who like to hide behind an oversized shirt because they feel as though they …

New York Fashion Week: Supima Design Competition

Supima, the esteemed luxury cotton brand, put on their 11th annual design competition at New York Fashion Week on September 6th at Chelsea Piers ! The competition allows young designer to showcase their talent and the winner receives $10,000 to start their own line! These contestants are recent graduates from the top design schools in …

New York Fashion Week: Lan Yu

Lan Yu delivered an amazing runway show on September 6th at Industria Studios. Lan Yu’s style is typically modern designs with influences from her culture. She is also famously known for her intricate lacy details in her garments . The collection featured modern silhouettes with Asian influences. The show featured the models with slick braids …

Rihanna Will Close New York Fashion Week

  The singer turned designer is returning to New York Fashion Week -after taking a small break from the runway! She is serving up the grand finale to fashion week and we are pumped to see what she does next! Unlike her previous show, the songstress will not be showing with Puma. She will be …

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