After viewing the big New York Fashion Week shows all over town, it was nice to visit B Michael’s atelier in Manhattan’s Garment District Sunday, Feb. 13, for a more private showing.
Often the fashion show starts with the audience, and Son Jung Wan’s show was no exception.
For autumn/winter 2017, Desigual reached back to the ‘60s, ‘70s and ‘80s for inspiration, interpreting looks from the cultural periphery of these eras.
Despite the heavy snowstorm Thursday, fashion pioneers attended the New York Fashion Week shows, headquartered at Skylight Clarkson Square downtown on Washington Street, and at designer shows held all over the City.
Cushnie et Ochs designers Carly Cushnie and Michelle Ochs presented a flawless execution of their alluring spring ’17 collection here in New York.
At Berlin’s recent autumn/winter ’17 Fashion Week, patterns were abundant in suits, dresses and coats.
Talk about a sizzling Scottish fashion show and fundraiser! Last weekend’s “Dressed to Kilt” fashion affair kicked off New York Fashion Week with a smashing designer showcase.
When you think about what’s new, think about what’s different from the last season.
The wrap dress is in style this spring ’17. Singer/actress Beyoncé showed off her curves in designer Romeo Hunte’s shapely, striped style.
For 2018, Wonderlust is a trending mood. The theme reaches into the young, eager spirit of nature and adventure.
Anniesa Hasibuan was the first Muslim and the first Indonesian designer to show the hijabs on the NY Fashion Week runway. Born in Jakarta, July 30, 1986, she is the wife of Andika Surachman, a young entrepreneur.
The Museum at FIT’s exhibit, “Black Fashion Designers,” on view now through March 16, 2017, is a compelling examination of the significance and unrecognized impact that African-American designers have had on fashion.
The Local Development Corporation of East New York is hosting a fashion and beauty business workshop.
International designer Vivienne Tam is known for her culture-bridging, East-meets-West concepts in her collections.
Harlem boutique Bébénoir just opened a second store at 2064 Adam Clayton Powell Blvd. (between 124th and 125th streets), New York City.