On a cool evening along the westside highway at Studio 59 at Chelsea Piers, iiJin presented its latest interpretation of spring / summer streetwear glam for NYFW’s fashion-forward. Sequins, black and white stripes, colorfully dotted painted faces, and platform shoes were the constants at iiJin’s military funk inspired collection. A showcase of menswear and womenswear […]Read more "NYFW SS16: IIJIN"
Liberatore’s 2nd year at NYFW debuted at the new Skylight at Monyihan Station, formally the old Post Office on Sept 12 in the heart of NYC. The line was a steady stream of bold oranges, sangria, pinks and black and white where the shows theme centered around the various facets of the heart. Figuratively to […]Read more "NYFW SS16: Francesca Liberatore"
A narrow, marble staircase led the way up to KahriAnne Kerr‘s quaint and pop art-inspired NYFW debut which kicked off Day 1 at the The Gregory Hotel in NYC. Upon entering, a vibrant, summery array of colorful print motifs of lips, lipsticks, watermelon, sunglasses and ice cream prints from her contemporary line of tops, shorts, […]Read more "NYFW SS16: KahriAnne Kerr"
As snow gently fell throughout the day, it created an almost magical veil of happiness and energy over our street style subjects. Spring colors like green, blue, and yellow brightened up this winter day, while tartan and leather kept fashionistas warm. We had to check what year it is when we saw animal ears and […]Read more "NYFW AW 15: Street Style – Day 6"
The fashionable and fabulous are well aware that texture undoubtedly brings pieces to the next level. In a sea of textures and patterns, creating a captivating visual, your eyes do not know where to turn. Bright furs and unique sunglasses stand out amongst the oversized coats and monochrome outfits. Sleek lines and classic designs, thrown […]Read more "NYFW AW 15: Street Style – Day 5"
Now a seasoned player at NYFW, Son Jung Wan took her latest collection to another level presenting 42 vibrant pieces for the Fall season. A perfect way to continue the mood of of love on the afternoon of Valentine’s day, Son’s cashmere and wool outerwear were incredibly breathtaking and enviable in the current arctic freeze […]Read more "MBFW New York: Son Jung Wan AW 15 – Colorblast Love"
Smiling faces and vivid colors brightened up the streets of New York, as NYFW-goers once again battle the cold. A variety of styles showed up off the runway, from bohemian flares to urban kicks. Unconventional hair shades complemented bold statement jackets, with designs full of color, life, and texture. High heel booties reserved its place […]Read more "NYFW AW15: Street Style – Day 4"
A most fitting way to kick off the spirit of love on the morning of Valentine’s Day at NYFW, Jay Godfrey‘s Fall 2015 presentation was another display of metropolitan chic and his signature French-bohemian style. With the Beatles playing in the background the soft purple passion orchid and silver draped panels creating the perfect backdrop […]Read more "MBFW New York : Jay Godfrey AW15 – Ode to Valentine’s Day"
The cold got you down? If there is one thing to take away from New York Fashion Week, it’s that a little cold never hurt anyone. Despite the snowfall, fashionistas put their best fashion foot forward and wooed the crowds in eclectic patterns. Quirky textures and casual outfits made for some fun visuals, paired with […]Read more "NYFW AW15: Street Style – Day 3"
Mongolian Designer Bayarmaa Bayackhuu showcased a mix of her old world roots and modern wearable evening and ready to wear at the debut of her Fall 2015 fashion collection at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in New York. A student of the world and having spent time throughout the U.S., Asia and Europe, her global lifestyle […]Read more "MBFW New York: Mongol AW 15 – Citizen of the World"
On Day 2 of NYFW it was all about eyewear, from classic aviators, colored lenses, to some serious cat eye shapes. No look was complete without the perfect pair of shades. They had us rethinking our eyewear collection and dreaming about snatching up some new shapes for ourselves. Statement coats were another major trend spotted. […]Read more "NYFW AW15: Street Style – Day 2"
A cold snap hit New York this week testing the layering capabilities of New York Fashion Week attendees. With pure and unadulterated style, the ladies and gents proved that they’ve got the fashion prowess to make anything chic. Bright colored coats, textured layers, and varying forms of fur were the trends spotted on day 1 […]Read more "NYFW AW15: Street Style – Day 1"
Taking us on a picnic by the beach, GEORGINE presented a classic casual collection filled with calm mints, pure whites, and shimmery metallics. Headwraps, floppy hats, and large flowers atop flowing curls emit a gentle aura, and the light, sheer materials are the perfect choice for the summer breeze. Tied waists accentuated the models’ […]Read more "MBFW New York: Georgine S/S 2015"
Floating down the runway in free-spirited designs, Dorin Negrau’s new Dracula-inspired collection full of bohemian spirit. Black, white, and gray hues dominated in varying sheer and lace. Invoking remembrance of traditional Romanian costumes and skills, pieces included embroidery techniques seen in intricate patterns and created a unique fashion perspective. Gorgeous waist bands,distinguished ruffles, and well-placed […]Read more "NYFW:Dorin Negrau S/S 2015"
As one of the four chosen winners of the DHL Exported fashion contest Italian designer, Francesca Liberatore, was given a unique opportunity to debut her spring 2015 collection at New York Fashion week on Sept 10th, and excitedly, to a very full house. While her spring collection showed mostly womenswear, the men’s looks were equally […]Read more "NYFW: Francesca Liberatore RTW S/S 2015 – Birds of a Feather"