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    Entrepreneur turned Alchemist: Julia Lang launches VEERT
    A Miguel-approved jewelry & lifestyle label tastemakers can’t stop talking about
    written by Daleeda Soomar

    Julia Lang, branding and celebrity consultant, adds yet another feather to her cap, or in this case, the finest crystal to her everlasting string of pearls. The Tanzanian-German e…[Read more]

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    Entrepreneur turned Alchemist: Julia Lang launches VEERT A Miguel-approved jewelry & lifestyle label tastemakers can’t stop talking about written by Daleeda Soomar Julia Lang, branding and celebrity consultant, adds yet another feather to her cap, or in this case, the finest crystal to her everlasting string of pearls. The Tanzanian-German entrepreneur launches her curated collections of jewelry, home fragrance, home goods, and more under her new label VEERT. VEERT, a play on the French word “vert” (a translation of the color “green”), reflects Lang’s long-lasting connection with the color that brings out her strongest, most vibrant self -- an experience she wants to share with everyone who touches her brand. Additionally, the Instagram handle of @itsveert has been a dose of “daily greens” in the form of elevated aesthetics, long-before it even launched. “I am honestly pretty quick. Launching three categories, and we were in a pandemic.” Lang told HAUTURELY. The debut jewelry collection incorporates gold vermeil rings, earrings, a pendant, and a necklace, dissolving the binary view of gendered categories in a chronically sexist world. The 18-karat gold-plated pieces are infused with powerful healing stones, like green onyx and malachite. As malachite absorbs negative energies, green onyx takes us a step forward by providing relief from sorrow. The multisensory lifestyle brand already coveted by singer Miguel, who graces the campaign, adds, “I tend to gravitate to things that exude attention to detail and purpose. Knowing how much consideration went into creating these inclusive offerings made them easy to love.” In addition to gem-infused elixirs, VEERT also launched its first signature scent “SERENGETI”, embodied in a Liquid Soap and a Candle, a blend of Ambre, Bamboo, Tuberose, and Pink Sugar, is sure to turn your home into an oasis. As the climate-change crisis continues to impact the choices we make as consumers, the brand is committed to working only with FSC certified vendors and using 85% post-consumer waste boxes and 100% recyclable paper for its packaging. VEERT has officially partnered with 1% For the Planet, committing 1% of yearly gross sales to the certified charity that helps our world. The year 2020, being full of uncertainties, VEERT is most definitely a healer we’ve all been waiting for! Shop the debut collection on VEERT’s website. #article #veert #veertarticle #daleedasoomar #julialang #chapter2agencyVEERT Lookbook-02VEERT Lookbook-07VEERT Lookbook-09VEERT Lookbook-05
    Entrepreneur turned Alchemist: Julia Lang launches VEERT A Miguel-approved jewelry & lifestyle l
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    Entrepreneur turned Alchemist: Julia Lang launches VEERT A Miguel-approved jewelry & lifestyle label tastemakers can’t stop talking about written by Daleeda Soomar Julia Lang, branding and celebrity consultant, adds yet another feather to her cap, or in this case, the finest crystal to her everlasting string of pearls. The Tanzanian-German entrepreneur launches her curated collections of jewelry, home fragrance, home goods, and more under her new label VEERT. VEERT, a play on the French word “vert” (a translation of the color “green”), reflects Lang’s long-lasting connection with the color that brings out her strongest, most vibrant self -- an experience she wants to share with everyone who touches her brand. Additionally, the Instagram handle of @itsveert has been a dose of “daily greens” in the form of elevated aesthetics, long-before it even launched. “I am honestly pretty quick. Launching three categories, and we were in a pandemic.” Lang told HAUTURELY. The debut jewelry collection incorporates gold vermeil rings, earrings, a pendant, and a necklace, dissolving the binary view of gendered categories in a chronically sexist world. The 18-karat gold-plated pieces are infused with powerful healing stones, like green onyx and malachite. As malachite absorbs negative energies, green onyx takes us a step forward by providing relief from sorrow. The multisensory lifestyle brand already coveted by singer Miguel, who graces the campaign, adds, “I tend to gravitate to things that exude attention to detail and purpose. Knowing how much consideration went into creating these inclusive offerings made them easy to love.” In addition to gem-infused elixirs, VEERT also launched its first signature scent “SERENGETI”, embodied in a Liquid Soap and a Candle, a blend of Ambre, Bamboo, Tuberose, and Pink Sugar, is sure to turn your home into an oasis. As the climate-change crisis continues to impact the choices we make as consumers, the brand is committed to working only with FSC certified vendors and using 85% post-consumer waste boxes and 100% recyclable paper for its packaging. VEERT has officially partnered with 1% For the Planet, committing 1% of yearly gross sales to the certified charity that helps our world. The year 2020, being full of uncertainties, VEERT is most definitely a healer we’ve all been waiting for! Shop the debut collection on VEERT’s website. #article #veert #veertarticle #daleedasoomar #julialang #chapter2agencyVEERT Lookbook-02VEERT Lookbook-07VEERT Lookbook-09VEERT Lookbook-05
    Entrepreneur turned Alchemist: Julia Lang launches VEERT A Miguel-approved jewelry & lifestyle l
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    Entrepreneur turned Alchemist: Julia Lang launches VEERT A Miguel-approved jewelry & lifestyle label tastemakers can’t stop talking about written by Daleeda Soomar Julia Lang, branding and celebrity consultant, adds yet another feather to her cap, or in this case, the finest crystal to her everlasting string of pearls. The Tanzanian-German entrepreneur launches her curated collections of jewelry, home fragrance, home goods, and more under her new label VEERT. VEERT, a play on the French word “vert” (a translation of the color “green”), reflects Lang’s long-lasting connection with the color that brings out her strongest, most vibrant self -- an experience she wants to share with everyone who touches her brand. Additionally, the Instagram handle of @itsveert has been a dose of “daily greens” in the form of elevated aesthetics, long-before it even launched. “I am honestly pretty quick. Launching three categories, and we were in a pandemic.” Lang told HAUTURELY. The debut jewelry collection incorporates gold vermeil rings, earrings, a pendant, and a necklace, dissolving the binary view of gendered categories in a chronically sexist world. The 18-karat gold-plated pieces are infused with powerful healing stones, like green onyx and malachite. As malachite absorbs negative energies, green onyx takes us a step forward by providing relief from sorrow. The multisensory lifestyle brand already coveted by singer Miguel, who graces the campaign, adds, “I tend to gravitate to things that exude attention to detail and purpose. Knowing how much consideration went into creating these inclusive offerings made them easy to love.” In addition to gem-infused elixirs, VEERT also launched its first signature scent “SERENGETI”, embodied in a Liquid Soap and a Candle, a blend of Ambre, Bamboo, Tuberose, and Pink Sugar, is sure to turn your home into an oasis. As the climate-change crisis continues to impact the choices we make as consumers, the brand is committed to working only with FSC certified vendors and using 85% post-consumer waste boxes and 100% recyclable paper for its packaging. VEERT has officially partnered with 1% For the Planet, committing 1% of yearly gross sales to the certified charity that helps our world. The year 2020, being full of uncertainties, VEERT is most definitely a healer we’ve all been waiting for! Shop the debut collection on VEERT’s website. #article #veert #veertarticle #daleedasoomar #julialang #chapter2agencyVEERT Lookbook-02VEERT Lookbook-07VEERT Lookbook-09VEERT Lookbook-05
    Entrepreneur turned Alchemist: Julia Lang launches VEERT A Miguel-approved jewelry & lifestyle l
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    Entrepreneur turned Alchemist: Julia Lang launches VEERT A Miguel-approved jewelry & lifestyle label tastemakers can’t stop talking about written by Daleeda Soomar Julia Lang, branding and celebrity consultant, adds yet another feather to her cap, or in this case, the finest crystal to her everlasting string of pearls. The Tanzanian-German entrepreneur launches her curated collections of jewelry, home fragrance, home goods, and more under her new label VEERT. VEERT, a play on the French word “vert” (a translation of the color “green”), reflects Lang’s long-lasting connection with the color that brings out her strongest, most vibrant self -- an experience she wants to share with everyone who touches her brand. Additionally, the Instagram handle of @itsveert has been a dose of “daily greens” in the form of elevated aesthetics, long-before it even launched. “I am honestly pretty quick. Launching three categories, and we were in a pandemic.” Lang told HAUTURELY. The debut jewelry collection incorporates gold vermeil rings, earrings, a pendant, and a necklace, dissolving the binary view of gendered categories in a chronically sexist world. The 18-karat gold-plated pieces are infused with powerful healing stones, like green onyx and malachite. As malachite absorbs negative energies, green onyx takes us a step forward by providing relief from sorrow. The multisensory lifestyle brand already coveted by singer Miguel, who graces the campaign, adds, “I tend to gravitate to things that exude attention to detail and purpose. Knowing how much consideration went into creating these inclusive offerings made them easy to love.” In addition to gem-infused elixirs, VEERT also launched its first signature scent “SERENGETI”, embodied in a Liquid Soap and a Candle, a blend of Ambre, Bamboo, Tuberose, and Pink Sugar, is sure to turn your home into an oasis. As the climate-change crisis continues to impact the choices we make as consumers, the brand is committed to working only with FSC certified vendors and using 85% post-consumer waste boxes and 100% recyclable paper for its packaging. VEERT has officially partnered with 1% For the Planet, committing 1% of yearly gross sales to the certified charity that helps our world. The year 2020, being full of uncertainties, VEERT is most definitely a healer we’ve all been waiting for! Shop the debut collection on VEERT’s website. #article #veert #veertarticle #daleedasoomar #julialang #chapter2agencyVEERT Lookbook-02VEERT Lookbook-07VEERT Lookbook-09VEERT Lookbook-05
    Entrepreneur turned Alchemist: Julia Lang launches VEERT A Miguel-approved jewelry & lifestyle l
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 9 months, 2 weeks ago

    Chocheng
    Ready-to-Wear, Autumn 2020

    When a creative force is ignited by their object of inspiration, the spark can burn so bright that anything, or anyone, within its range is in danger of being consumed by it. Cho Cho Cheng, the creative force behind womenswear label, Chocheng, draws inspiration from the iconic heroines of film; each…[Read more]

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    Chocheng Ready-to-Wear, Autumn 2020 When a creative force is ignited by their object of inspiration, the spark can burn so bright that anything, or anyone, within its range is in danger of being consumed by it. Cho Cho Cheng, the creative force behind womenswear label, Chocheng, draws inspiration from the iconic heroines of film; each collection captures a snapshot of a different era, inviting spectators to be transported to another time and place entirely. Cheng’s newest collection looked to the effortless style of Shirley Maclaine in the classic film, The Apartment, which converged archetypal elements of masculinity and femininity at a time when those very archetypes were being challenged. The result was an impressive, transformative collection, including cotton boucle suits, crepe blouses, and handsewn accessories in silk and tulle, all in bold hues of pink, green, black, and ivory. Silhouettes were trim yet dimensional, with textiles that betrayed their origin to create dramatic volume and shape. Among the most compelling looks of the collection were the plastron-style bodices and illusion “shearling” collars, where Cheng appeared to have dabbled in the artform forced perspective (impressively, the “shearling” effect was created with meticulously handsewn pieces of tulle). Cheng’s imaginative, cinematic collections are all the more impressive when considering that every aspect of his designs, from the fabric-covered buttons to the silk petal adornments, have been sewn by hand using the Savile Row tailoring technique and are constructed of 100% cruelty-free, sustainable fabrics. Film has the distinct quality of being fully immersive, where, with the right guide, the viewer can be fully transported almost anywhere. Cheng has demonstrated, once again, that he is a formidable guide, his manipulation of both time and space is alluring and consuming. Written & Photographed by Francis C. Daly Click HERE to view the full Chocheng autumn 2020 collection. #article #chocheng #chochengarticle #chochengaw20 #aw20 #franciscdaly #nyfw #nyfwarticle #cmmediapr #cmmediaprarticle Chocheng-AW20-38Chocheng-AW20-62Chocheng-AW20-74Chocheng-AW20-11
    Chocheng Ready-to-Wear, Autumn 2020 When a creative force is ignited by their object of inspiration,
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    Chocheng Ready-to-Wear, Autumn 2020 When a creative force is ignited by their object of inspiration, the spark can burn so bright that anything, or anyone, within its range is in danger of being consumed by it. Cho Cho Cheng, the creative force behind womenswear label, Chocheng, draws inspiration from the iconic heroines of film; each collection captures a snapshot of a different era, inviting spectators to be transported to another time and place entirely. Cheng’s newest collection looked to the effortless style of Shirley Maclaine in the classic film, The Apartment, which converged archetypal elements of masculinity and femininity at a time when those very archetypes were being challenged. The result was an impressive, transformative collection, including cotton boucle suits, crepe blouses, and handsewn accessories in silk and tulle, all in bold hues of pink, green, black, and ivory. Silhouettes were trim yet dimensional, with textiles that betrayed their origin to create dramatic volume and shape. Among the most compelling looks of the collection were the plastron-style bodices and illusion “shearling” collars, where Cheng appeared to have dabbled in the artform forced perspective (impressively, the “shearling” effect was created with meticulously handsewn pieces of tulle). Cheng’s imaginative, cinematic collections are all the more impressive when considering that every aspect of his designs, from the fabric-covered buttons to the silk petal adornments, have been sewn by hand using the Savile Row tailoring technique and are constructed of 100% cruelty-free, sustainable fabrics. Film has the distinct quality of being fully immersive, where, with the right guide, the viewer can be fully transported almost anywhere. Cheng has demonstrated, once again, that he is a formidable guide, his manipulation of both time and space is alluring and consuming. Written & Photographed by Francis C. Daly Click HERE to view the full Chocheng autumn 2020 collection. #article #chocheng #chochengarticle #chochengaw20 #aw20 #franciscdaly #nyfw #nyfwarticle #cmmediapr #cmmediaprarticle Chocheng-AW20-38Chocheng-AW20-62Chocheng-AW20-74Chocheng-AW20-11
    Chocheng Ready-to-Wear, Autumn 2020 When a creative force is ignited by their object of inspiration,
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    Chocheng Ready-to-Wear, Autumn 2020 When a creative force is ignited by their object of inspiration, the spark can burn so bright that anything, or anyone, within its range is in danger of being consumed by it. Cho Cho Cheng, the creative force behind womenswear label, Chocheng, draws inspiration from the iconic heroines of film; each collection captures a snapshot of a different era, inviting spectators to be transported to another time and place entirely. Cheng’s newest collection looked to the effortless style of Shirley Maclaine in the classic film, The Apartment, which converged archetypal elements of masculinity and femininity at a time when those very archetypes were being challenged. The result was an impressive, transformative collection, including cotton boucle suits, crepe blouses, and handsewn accessories in silk and tulle, all in bold hues of pink, green, black, and ivory. Silhouettes were trim yet dimensional, with textiles that betrayed their origin to create dramatic volume and shape. Among the most compelling looks of the collection were the plastron-style bodices and illusion “shearling” collars, where Cheng appeared to have dabbled in the artform forced perspective (impressively, the “shearling” effect was created with meticulously handsewn pieces of tulle). Cheng’s imaginative, cinematic collections are all the more impressive when considering that every aspect of his designs, from the fabric-covered buttons to the silk petal adornments, have been sewn by hand using the Savile Row tailoring technique and are constructed of 100% cruelty-free, sustainable fabrics. Film has the distinct quality of being fully immersive, where, with the right guide, the viewer can be fully transported almost anywhere. Cheng has demonstrated, once again, that he is a formidable guide, his manipulation of both time and space is alluring and consuming. Written & Photographed by Francis C. Daly Click HERE to view the full Chocheng autumn 2020 collection. #article #chocheng #chochengarticle #chochengaw20 #aw20 #franciscdaly #nyfw #nyfwarticle #cmmediapr #cmmediaprarticle Chocheng-AW20-38Chocheng-AW20-62Chocheng-AW20-74Chocheng-AW20-11
    Chocheng Ready-to-Wear, Autumn 2020 When a creative force is ignited by their object of inspiration,
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    Chocheng Ready-to-Wear, Autumn 2020 When a creative force is ignited by their object of inspiration, the spark can burn so bright that anything, or anyone, within its range is in danger of being consumed by it. Cho Cho Cheng, the creative force behind womenswear label, Chocheng, draws inspiration from the iconic heroines of film; each collection captures a snapshot of a different era, inviting spectators to be transported to another time and place entirely. Cheng’s newest collection looked to the effortless style of Shirley Maclaine in the classic film, The Apartment, which converged archetypal elements of masculinity and femininity at a time when those very archetypes were being challenged. The result was an impressive, transformative collection, including cotton boucle suits, crepe blouses, and handsewn accessories in silk and tulle, all in bold hues of pink, green, black, and ivory. Silhouettes were trim yet dimensional, with textiles that betrayed their origin to create dramatic volume and shape. Among the most compelling looks of the collection were the plastron-style bodices and illusion “shearling” collars, where Cheng appeared to have dabbled in the artform forced perspective (impressively, the “shearling” effect was created with meticulously handsewn pieces of tulle). Cheng’s imaginative, cinematic collections are all the more impressive when considering that every aspect of his designs, from the fabric-covered buttons to the silk petal adornments, have been sewn by hand using the Savile Row tailoring technique and are constructed of 100% cruelty-free, sustainable fabrics. Film has the distinct quality of being fully immersive, where, with the right guide, the viewer can be fully transported almost anywhere. Cheng has demonstrated, once again, that he is a formidable guide, his manipulation of both time and space is alluring and consuming. Written & Photographed by Francis C. Daly Click HERE to view the full Chocheng autumn 2020 collection. #article #chocheng #chochengarticle #chochengaw20 #aw20 #franciscdaly #nyfw #nyfwarticle #cmmediapr #cmmediaprarticle Chocheng-AW20-38Chocheng-AW20-62Chocheng-AW20-74Chocheng-AW20-11
    Chocheng Ready-to-Wear, Autumn 2020 When a creative force is ignited by their object of inspiration,
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    The Future and the Familiar at Flying Solo Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week
    Flying Solo produces collections with designs made by multiple designers, sending an array of colors and styles marching down the runway each season. This season’s collection seemed to introduce a futuristic twist to the e…[Read more]

  • hauturely posted 4 photos 10 months, 2 weeks ago

    Functional Menswear With A Flair at Ricardo Pava Fall Winter 2019 during Bogota Fashion Week
    Ricardo Pava’s latest collection dresses the modern man for the different transitions of his daily routine. Colombia-based menswear designer Ricardo Pava displayed his Fall/Winter 2019 collection at Bogota Fashion Week. The cool tones of the collection w…[Read more]

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    Functional Menswear With A Flair at Ricardo Pava Fall Winter 2019 during Bogota Fashion Week Ricardo Pava’s latest collection dresses the modern man for the different transitions of his daily routine. Colombia-based menswear designer Ricardo Pava displayed his Fall/Winter 2019 collection at Bogota Fashion Week. The cool tones of the collection were reflected by the venue, with electric blue screens casting a radiant glow onto the runway. Neon white box structures were even used to designate space for a live DJ. The designs feature a common threat throughout its winter collection: the model\'s don tailored suits, often paired with sneakers, or they wore a more casual look with cable-knit sweaters and tailored trousers. The collection features a distinct focus on transitional pieces. Many garments were used to demonstrate how they can be dressed up or down. A similar turtle-neck, slim-fit sweater is worn both underneath a tailored wool coat, but with a leather jacket and plaid trousers in another look. Pava’s use and reuse of certain silhouettes are instrumental in demonstrating how the collection can be dressed either up or down. The same bag is used as a backpack on a few models and as a briefcase on others. With a professional color palette of mostly navy and grey, Pava has produced staple garments that the everyday man can wear to work or for leisure. The collection features moments of flair, with the repetition of a few different patterns, which include geometric lines over white and multiple navy plaids, varying in darkness. In addition, some trousers feature a cinched zip cord detail at the ankle. With these unexpected moments in the garments, Pava has successfully created modern pieces for today’s working man that achieve both professionalism and personality at the same time. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Ricardo Pava Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #ricardopava #ricardopavaarticle #ricardopavafw19 #emmakolakowski #bogfw #bogfwarticle #ccb #ccbarticle 4be02745c8d7ffbb4a22fba50f109ecf26790570d1c438613d50da8fe9415a3b54f42412679058c0b87fa7caae2b20931aa1d2ba7d752a267904267ac4bcf00c75d409b26cb28ae15848a2679079
    Functional Menswear With A Flair at Ricardo Pava Fall Winter 2019 during Bogota Fashion Week Ricardo
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    Functional Menswear With A Flair at Ricardo Pava Fall Winter 2019 during Bogota Fashion Week Ricardo Pava’s latest collection dresses the modern man for the different transitions of his daily routine. Colombia-based menswear designer Ricardo Pava displayed his Fall/Winter 2019 collection at Bogota Fashion Week. The cool tones of the collection were reflected by the venue, with electric blue screens casting a radiant glow onto the runway. Neon white box structures were even used to designate space for a live DJ. The designs feature a common threat throughout its winter collection: the model\'s don tailored suits, often paired with sneakers, or they wore a more casual look with cable-knit sweaters and tailored trousers. The collection features a distinct focus on transitional pieces. Many garments were used to demonstrate how they can be dressed up or down. A similar turtle-neck, slim-fit sweater is worn both underneath a tailored wool coat, but with a leather jacket and plaid trousers in another look. Pava’s use and reuse of certain silhouettes are instrumental in demonstrating how the collection can be dressed either up or down. The same bag is used as a backpack on a few models and as a briefcase on others. With a professional color palette of mostly navy and grey, Pava has produced staple garments that the everyday man can wear to work or for leisure. The collection features moments of flair, with the repetition of a few different patterns, which include geometric lines over white and multiple navy plaids, varying in darkness. In addition, some trousers feature a cinched zip cord detail at the ankle. With these unexpected moments in the garments, Pava has successfully created modern pieces for today’s working man that achieve both professionalism and personality at the same time. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Ricardo Pava Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #ricardopava #ricardopavaarticle #ricardopavafw19 #emmakolakowski #bogfw #bogfwarticle #ccb #ccbarticle 4be02745c8d7ffbb4a22fba50f109ecf26790570d1c438613d50da8fe9415a3b54f42412679058c0b87fa7caae2b20931aa1d2ba7d752a267904267ac4bcf00c75d409b26cb28ae15848a2679079
    Functional Menswear With A Flair at Ricardo Pava Fall Winter 2019 during Bogota Fashion Week Ricardo
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    Functional Menswear With A Flair at Ricardo Pava Fall Winter 2019 during Bogota Fashion Week Ricardo Pava’s latest collection dresses the modern man for the different transitions of his daily routine. Colombia-based menswear designer Ricardo Pava displayed his Fall/Winter 2019 collection at Bogota Fashion Week. The cool tones of the collection were reflected by the venue, with electric blue screens casting a radiant glow onto the runway. Neon white box structures were even used to designate space for a live DJ. The designs feature a common threat throughout its winter collection: the model\'s don tailored suits, often paired with sneakers, or they wore a more casual look with cable-knit sweaters and tailored trousers. The collection features a distinct focus on transitional pieces. Many garments were used to demonstrate how they can be dressed up or down. A similar turtle-neck, slim-fit sweater is worn both underneath a tailored wool coat, but with a leather jacket and plaid trousers in another look. Pava’s use and reuse of certain silhouettes are instrumental in demonstrating how the collection can be dressed either up or down. The same bag is used as a backpack on a few models and as a briefcase on others. With a professional color palette of mostly navy and grey, Pava has produced staple garments that the everyday man can wear to work or for leisure. The collection features moments of flair, with the repetition of a few different patterns, which include geometric lines over white and multiple navy plaids, varying in darkness. In addition, some trousers feature a cinched zip cord detail at the ankle. With these unexpected moments in the garments, Pava has successfully created modern pieces for today’s working man that achieve both professionalism and personality at the same time. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Ricardo Pava Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #ricardopava #ricardopavaarticle #ricardopavafw19 #emmakolakowski #bogfw #bogfwarticle #ccb #ccbarticle 4be02745c8d7ffbb4a22fba50f109ecf26790570d1c438613d50da8fe9415a3b54f42412679058c0b87fa7caae2b20931aa1d2ba7d752a267904267ac4bcf00c75d409b26cb28ae15848a2679079
    Functional Menswear With A Flair at Ricardo Pava Fall Winter 2019 during Bogota Fashion Week Ricardo
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    Functional Menswear With A Flair at Ricardo Pava Fall Winter 2019 during Bogota Fashion Week Ricardo Pava’s latest collection dresses the modern man for the different transitions of his daily routine. Colombia-based menswear designer Ricardo Pava displayed his Fall/Winter 2019 collection at Bogota Fashion Week. The cool tones of the collection were reflected by the venue, with electric blue screens casting a radiant glow onto the runway. Neon white box structures were even used to designate space for a live DJ. The designs feature a common threat throughout its winter collection: the model\'s don tailored suits, often paired with sneakers, or they wore a more casual look with cable-knit sweaters and tailored trousers. The collection features a distinct focus on transitional pieces. Many garments were used to demonstrate how they can be dressed up or down. A similar turtle-neck, slim-fit sweater is worn both underneath a tailored wool coat, but with a leather jacket and plaid trousers in another look. Pava’s use and reuse of certain silhouettes are instrumental in demonstrating how the collection can be dressed either up or down. The same bag is used as a backpack on a few models and as a briefcase on others. With a professional color palette of mostly navy and grey, Pava has produced staple garments that the everyday man can wear to work or for leisure. The collection features moments of flair, with the repetition of a few different patterns, which include geometric lines over white and multiple navy plaids, varying in darkness. In addition, some trousers feature a cinched zip cord detail at the ankle. With these unexpected moments in the garments, Pava has successfully created modern pieces for today’s working man that achieve both professionalism and personality at the same time. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Ricardo Pava Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #ricardopava #ricardopavaarticle #ricardopavafw19 #emmakolakowski #bogfw #bogfwarticle #ccb #ccbarticle 4be02745c8d7ffbb4a22fba50f109ecf26790570d1c438613d50da8fe9415a3b54f42412679058c0b87fa7caae2b20931aa1d2ba7d752a267904267ac4bcf00c75d409b26cb28ae15848a2679079
    Functional Menswear With A Flair at Ricardo Pava Fall Winter 2019 during Bogota Fashion Week Ricardo
  • hauturely posted an update 10 months, 3 weeks ago

    Spring Summer 2020 Trends
    Taking a step away from seasons past, the collections for SS2020 had a decidedly optimistic and joyful tone to them and maybe the escape hatch we are all looking for in these times. Even the dark horse Rick Owens had a lighter and more celebratory feel to his lineup for SS2020 ending his show in Paris with bubbles as…[Read more]

  • hauturely posted 4 photos 11 months ago

    Schandani Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week
    Paris Fashion Week kicked off with a brand launch presentation for Schandani. It was held in a gallery in the third arrondissement of Paris, otherwise known as the Haut-Marais. Bordering the fashionable Marias district and adjacent to a well-known fashion university, the independent gallery…[Read more]

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    Schandani Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Paris Fashion Week kicked off with a brand launch presentation for Schandani. It was held in a gallery in the third arrondissement of Paris, otherwise known as the Haut-Marais. Bordering the fashionable Marias district and adjacent to a well-known fashion university, the independent gallery tucked away on a cul-de-sac was the perfect location to commence the SS2020 season. A lively and artful lineup, the inspiration for the SS2020 collection is an expression of the retainment of the essence of childhood and the inner child in us all; a desire to keep the wonderment of childhood alive through artfully constructed garments. The use of handkerchiefs in many of the pieces reinforces this sense of nostalgia. Handkerchiefs which can still be found in modern-day society are not often used, and they are, in a sense, a relic of another era. Perhaps a less complicated era—though the techniques involved are indeed quite complicated. Trained as a traditional artist in watercolor, Chandani uses tulle in her work as it allows for a soft, playful use of color, similar to the application of watercolors. She then implements a complicated patchwork and pleating technique with the handkerchiefs and overlaying the tulle to create unique and dreamy pieces that are both beautiful and strong. Her creations are also quite structural with a sense of independence—they can stand on their own and also work harmoniously with other pieces from the collection as well as everyday streetwear. Described as “Demi-couture for those who see intricacy as the purest form of expression”; the collection for SS2020 holds true to this sentiment in a remarkable yet approachable combination of art and craftsmanship. To learn more about the designer and her unique brand head to Schandani.com written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Schandani Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #schandani #schandaniarticle #schandaniss20 #aliciamackin #pfw #pfwarticle #ouibridge #ouibridgearticle w1000-1034334vk0BNpgKw1000-1034334bIp21AYTw1000-1034334RAxf82Zow1000-1034334nifuuYzI
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    Schandani Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Paris Fashion Week kicked off with a brand launch presentation for Schandani. It was held in a gallery in the third arrondissement of Paris, otherwise known as the Haut-Marais. Bordering the fashionable Marias district and adjacent to a well-known fashion university, the independent gallery tucked away on a cul-de-sac was the perfect location to commence the SS2020 season. A lively and artful lineup, the inspiration for the SS2020 collection is an expression of the retainment of the essence of childhood and the inner child in us all; a desire to keep the wonderment of childhood alive through artfully constructed garments. The use of handkerchiefs in many of the pieces reinforces this sense of nostalgia. Handkerchiefs which can still be found in modern-day society are not often used, and they are, in a sense, a relic of another era. Perhaps a less complicated era—though the techniques involved are indeed quite complicated. Trained as a traditional artist in watercolor, Chandani uses tulle in her work as it allows for a soft, playful use of color, similar to the application of watercolors. She then implements a complicated patchwork and pleating technique with the handkerchiefs and overlaying the tulle to create unique and dreamy pieces that are both beautiful and strong. Her creations are also quite structural with a sense of independence—they can stand on their own and also work harmoniously with other pieces from the collection as well as everyday streetwear. Described as “Demi-couture for those who see intricacy as the purest form of expression”; the collection for SS2020 holds true to this sentiment in a remarkable yet approachable combination of art and craftsmanship. To learn more about the designer and her unique brand head to Schandani.com written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Schandani Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #schandani #schandaniarticle #schandaniss20 #aliciamackin #pfw #pfwarticle #ouibridge #ouibridgearticle w1000-1034334vk0BNpgKw1000-1034334bIp21AYTw1000-1034334RAxf82Zow1000-1034334nifuuYzI
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    Schandani Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Paris Fashion Week kicked off with a brand launch presentation for Schandani. It was held in a gallery in the third arrondissement of Paris, otherwise known as the Haut-Marais. Bordering the fashionable Marias district and adjacent to a well-known fashion university, the independent gallery tucked away on a cul-de-sac was the perfect location to commence the SS2020 season. A lively and artful lineup, the inspiration for the SS2020 collection is an expression of the retainment of the essence of childhood and the inner child in us all; a desire to keep the wonderment of childhood alive through artfully constructed garments. The use of handkerchiefs in many of the pieces reinforces this sense of nostalgia. Handkerchiefs which can still be found in modern-day society are not often used, and they are, in a sense, a relic of another era. Perhaps a less complicated era—though the techniques involved are indeed quite complicated. Trained as a traditional artist in watercolor, Chandani uses tulle in her work as it allows for a soft, playful use of color, similar to the application of watercolors. She then implements a complicated patchwork and pleating technique with the handkerchiefs and overlaying the tulle to create unique and dreamy pieces that are both beautiful and strong. Her creations are also quite structural with a sense of independence—they can stand on their own and also work harmoniously with other pieces from the collection as well as everyday streetwear. Described as “Demi-couture for those who see intricacy as the purest form of expression”; the collection for SS2020 holds true to this sentiment in a remarkable yet approachable combination of art and craftsmanship. To learn more about the designer and her unique brand head to Schandani.com written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Schandani Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #schandani #schandaniarticle #schandaniss20 #aliciamackin #pfw #pfwarticle #ouibridge #ouibridgearticle w1000-1034334vk0BNpgKw1000-1034334bIp21AYTw1000-1034334RAxf82Zow1000-1034334nifuuYzI
    Schandani Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Paris Fashion Week kicked off with a brand la
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    Schandani Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Paris Fashion Week kicked off with a brand launch presentation for Schandani. It was held in a gallery in the third arrondissement of Paris, otherwise known as the Haut-Marais. Bordering the fashionable Marias district and adjacent to a well-known fashion university, the independent gallery tucked away on a cul-de-sac was the perfect location to commence the SS2020 season. A lively and artful lineup, the inspiration for the SS2020 collection is an expression of the retainment of the essence of childhood and the inner child in us all; a desire to keep the wonderment of childhood alive through artfully constructed garments. The use of handkerchiefs in many of the pieces reinforces this sense of nostalgia. Handkerchiefs which can still be found in modern-day society are not often used, and they are, in a sense, a relic of another era. Perhaps a less complicated era—though the techniques involved are indeed quite complicated. Trained as a traditional artist in watercolor, Chandani uses tulle in her work as it allows for a soft, playful use of color, similar to the application of watercolors. She then implements a complicated patchwork and pleating technique with the handkerchiefs and overlaying the tulle to create unique and dreamy pieces that are both beautiful and strong. Her creations are also quite structural with a sense of independence—they can stand on their own and also work harmoniously with other pieces from the collection as well as everyday streetwear. Described as “Demi-couture for those who see intricacy as the purest form of expression”; the collection for SS2020 holds true to this sentiment in a remarkable yet approachable combination of art and craftsmanship. To learn more about the designer and her unique brand head to Schandani.com written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Schandani Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #schandani #schandaniarticle #schandaniss20 #aliciamackin #pfw #pfwarticle #ouibridge #ouibridgearticle w1000-1034334vk0BNpgKw1000-1034334bIp21AYTw1000-1034334RAxf82Zow1000-1034334nifuuYzI
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    Mixing Tokyo Over the Decades at Nicole Miller Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week
    American designer Nicole Miller founded her now global womenswear brand in 1982. She studied at the Rhode Island School of Design and the Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture in Paris. Her eponymous brand is a mix of her sense of freedom and creativity,…[Read more]

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    Mixing Tokyo Over the Decades at Nicole Miller Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week American designer Nicole Miller founded her now global womenswear brand in 1982. She studied at the Rhode Island School of Design and the Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture in Paris. Her eponymous brand is a mix of her sense of freedom and creativity, obtained in America, and mastering the classic French techniques of couture, obtained in Paris. The brand quickly became a regular at New York Fashion Week and a reference for some celebrities such as Blake Lively or Angelina Jolie. Nicole Miller’s designs are known for the unique detailing and the skillful draping, as well as for the graphic prints and the use of luxe fabrics. Miller’s creations are conceived with the modern woman in mind: her collections mix elegance and rebellion in innovative silhouettes. For the SS20 collection, Nicolle Miller got her inspiration from a recent trip to Japan and the comparison of this one to another one she did 20 years ago. That is why she named the collection ‘Lost and Found.’ Some designs clearly showed inspiration from the kimono silhouette, also imitating the silk textures and including prints like the tye-die and floral. Most of the collection’s looks were dresses, mini, midi, and maxi, some asymmetrical in the silhouettes, as well as mixed different prints. Other references to the kimono were the waist belts included in some looks, the wrapped shapes, and the big squared sleeves. For the colors, electric blue, pastel yellow and turquoise, black and red were the standout shades of the looks. Last, but not least, it is worth mentioning the fact that Miller decided to include some veteran models in the cast, which reflected the collection’s maturity and the connection between past and present. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Nicole Miller Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #nicolemiller #nicolemillerarticle #nicolemillerss20 #ainamatamoros #nyfw #nyfwarticle hauturely_67-img_0326hauturely_30-img_0175hauturely_44-img_0251hauturely_61-img_0304
    Mixing Tokyo Over the Decades at Nicole Miller Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Ameri
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    Mixing Tokyo Over the Decades at Nicole Miller Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week American designer Nicole Miller founded her now global womenswear brand in 1982. She studied at the Rhode Island School of Design and the Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture in Paris. Her eponymous brand is a mix of her sense of freedom and creativity, obtained in America, and mastering the classic French techniques of couture, obtained in Paris. The brand quickly became a regular at New York Fashion Week and a reference for some celebrities such as Blake Lively or Angelina Jolie. Nicole Miller’s designs are known for the unique detailing and the skillful draping, as well as for the graphic prints and the use of luxe fabrics. Miller’s creations are conceived with the modern woman in mind: her collections mix elegance and rebellion in innovative silhouettes. For the SS20 collection, Nicolle Miller got her inspiration from a recent trip to Japan and the comparison of this one to another one she did 20 years ago. That is why she named the collection ‘Lost and Found.’ Some designs clearly showed inspiration from the kimono silhouette, also imitating the silk textures and including prints like the tye-die and floral. Most of the collection’s looks were dresses, mini, midi, and maxi, some asymmetrical in the silhouettes, as well as mixed different prints. Other references to the kimono were the waist belts included in some looks, the wrapped shapes, and the big squared sleeves. For the colors, electric blue, pastel yellow and turquoise, black and red were the standout shades of the looks. Last, but not least, it is worth mentioning the fact that Miller decided to include some veteran models in the cast, which reflected the collection’s maturity and the connection between past and present. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Nicole Miller Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #nicolemiller #nicolemillerarticle #nicolemillerss20 #ainamatamoros #nyfw #nyfwarticle hauturely_67-img_0326hauturely_30-img_0175hauturely_44-img_0251hauturely_61-img_0304
    Mixing Tokyo Over the Decades at Nicole Miller Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Ameri
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    Mixing Tokyo Over the Decades at Nicole Miller Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week American designer Nicole Miller founded her now global womenswear brand in 1982. She studied at the Rhode Island School of Design and the Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture in Paris. Her eponymous brand is a mix of her sense of freedom and creativity, obtained in America, and mastering the classic French techniques of couture, obtained in Paris. The brand quickly became a regular at New York Fashion Week and a reference for some celebrities such as Blake Lively or Angelina Jolie. Nicole Miller’s designs are known for the unique detailing and the skillful draping, as well as for the graphic prints and the use of luxe fabrics. Miller’s creations are conceived with the modern woman in mind: her collections mix elegance and rebellion in innovative silhouettes. For the SS20 collection, Nicolle Miller got her inspiration from a recent trip to Japan and the comparison of this one to another one she did 20 years ago. That is why she named the collection ‘Lost and Found.’ Some designs clearly showed inspiration from the kimono silhouette, also imitating the silk textures and including prints like the tye-die and floral. Most of the collection’s looks were dresses, mini, midi, and maxi, some asymmetrical in the silhouettes, as well as mixed different prints. Other references to the kimono were the waist belts included in some looks, the wrapped shapes, and the big squared sleeves. For the colors, electric blue, pastel yellow and turquoise, black and red were the standout shades of the looks. Last, but not least, it is worth mentioning the fact that Miller decided to include some veteran models in the cast, which reflected the collection’s maturity and the connection between past and present. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Nicole Miller Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #nicolemiller #nicolemillerarticle #nicolemillerss20 #ainamatamoros #nyfw #nyfwarticle hauturely_67-img_0326hauturely_30-img_0175hauturely_44-img_0251hauturely_61-img_0304
    Mixing Tokyo Over the Decades at Nicole Miller Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Ameri
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    Mixing Tokyo Over the Decades at Nicole Miller Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week American designer Nicole Miller founded her now global womenswear brand in 1982. She studied at the Rhode Island School of Design and the Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture in Paris. Her eponymous brand is a mix of her sense of freedom and creativity, obtained in America, and mastering the classic French techniques of couture, obtained in Paris. The brand quickly became a regular at New York Fashion Week and a reference for some celebrities such as Blake Lively or Angelina Jolie. Nicole Miller’s designs are known for the unique detailing and the skillful draping, as well as for the graphic prints and the use of luxe fabrics. Miller’s creations are conceived with the modern woman in mind: her collections mix elegance and rebellion in innovative silhouettes. For the SS20 collection, Nicolle Miller got her inspiration from a recent trip to Japan and the comparison of this one to another one she did 20 years ago. That is why she named the collection ‘Lost and Found.’ Some designs clearly showed inspiration from the kimono silhouette, also imitating the silk textures and including prints like the tye-die and floral. Most of the collection’s looks were dresses, mini, midi, and maxi, some asymmetrical in the silhouettes, as well as mixed different prints. Other references to the kimono were the waist belts included in some looks, the wrapped shapes, and the big squared sleeves. For the colors, electric blue, pastel yellow and turquoise, black and red were the standout shades of the looks. Last, but not least, it is worth mentioning the fact that Miller decided to include some veteran models in the cast, which reflected the collection’s maturity and the connection between past and present. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Nicole Miller Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #nicolemiller #nicolemillerarticle #nicolemillerss20 #ainamatamoros #nyfw #nyfwarticle hauturely_67-img_0326hauturely_30-img_0175hauturely_44-img_0251hauturely_61-img_0304
    Mixing Tokyo Over the Decades at Nicole Miller Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Ameri
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    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin
    The young Austrian designer Christoph Rumpf won the last edition of the 34th International Festival of Fashion, Photography, and Fashion Accessories in Hyères, at only 25 years old, while studying at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna.…[Read more]

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    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin The young Austrian designer Christoph Rumpf won the last edition of the 34th International Festival of Fashion, Photography, and Fashion Accessories in Hyères, at only 25 years old, while studying at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. He was awarded the “Grand Prix du Jury Première Vision” for his menswear collection based on deconstructed designs made from recycled fabrics. This prize was to showcase his collection at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin last July, as part of its Talents program. Not having founded his brand yet, Rumpf sees fashion as an instrument to induce dreams. He says his inspiration comes from everywhere, from the whole world, especially what he sees on the street. For his SS20 collection, Rumpf presented 14 looks, which included both men and women styles (7 looks for each), although gender lines are somewhat blurred in his creations. He usually only designs menswear, but for his runway debut, he wanted to show all his possibilities. Deconstruction was the base of most of the designs, seen in details such as big shoulders, cut-outs, asymmetrical shapes, or irregular structural elements. Although these features may seem to create weird looks, the collection was wearable, very sophisticated, and smooth. Sustainability is also one of the main aspects of his creations. Most of the fabrics he uses are recycled or bought from flea markets. He does not look for any type of specific fabric, but gets inspired by what he finds and then creates his collections from there. He used both printed and plain fabrics. For the prints, he chose vintage royal styles, coming from different ancient cultures such as Indian, Spanish, or Arab. For the plains, he uses timeless black and white colors for dresses, suits, or blouses. He also includes a pair of electric-blue pants and another of golden pants. Gold is also used heavily in this collection. Mostly found in the jewelry, worn by the models, or like the jeweled-details incrusted in some pieces. The show ended with two wonderfully elegant women\'s jumpsuits, made from satin, one black, and the other olive green, with a daring halter-neckline that included crystal details wrapping the fabric at shoulder level. The men\'s closing looks were two creative statement coats made from suede, one navy blue, and the other pearl gray. These looks featured structured asymmetrical elements around the neck and at the sleeves, long knot belts around their waists, and gold-jeweled details around the chest or shoulders. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #christophrumpf #christophrumpfarticle #christophrumpfss20 #ainamatamoros #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle #muellerpr #muellerprarticle hauturely_image00026-2hauturely_image00015-2hauturely_image00023-2hauturely_image00014-2
    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week B
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    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin The young Austrian designer Christoph Rumpf won the last edition of the 34th International Festival of Fashion, Photography, and Fashion Accessories in Hyères, at only 25 years old, while studying at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. He was awarded the “Grand Prix du Jury Première Vision” for his menswear collection based on deconstructed designs made from recycled fabrics. This prize was to showcase his collection at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin last July, as part of its Talents program. Not having founded his brand yet, Rumpf sees fashion as an instrument to induce dreams. He says his inspiration comes from everywhere, from the whole world, especially what he sees on the street. For his SS20 collection, Rumpf presented 14 looks, which included both men and women styles (7 looks for each), although gender lines are somewhat blurred in his creations. He usually only designs menswear, but for his runway debut, he wanted to show all his possibilities. Deconstruction was the base of most of the designs, seen in details such as big shoulders, cut-outs, asymmetrical shapes, or irregular structural elements. Although these features may seem to create weird looks, the collection was wearable, very sophisticated, and smooth. Sustainability is also one of the main aspects of his creations. Most of the fabrics he uses are recycled or bought from flea markets. He does not look for any type of specific fabric, but gets inspired by what he finds and then creates his collections from there. He used both printed and plain fabrics. For the prints, he chose vintage royal styles, coming from different ancient cultures such as Indian, Spanish, or Arab. For the plains, he uses timeless black and white colors for dresses, suits, or blouses. He also includes a pair of electric-blue pants and another of golden pants. Gold is also used heavily in this collection. Mostly found in the jewelry, worn by the models, or like the jeweled-details incrusted in some pieces. The show ended with two wonderfully elegant women\'s jumpsuits, made from satin, one black, and the other olive green, with a daring halter-neckline that included crystal details wrapping the fabric at shoulder level. The men\'s closing looks were two creative statement coats made from suede, one navy blue, and the other pearl gray. These looks featured structured asymmetrical elements around the neck and at the sleeves, long knot belts around their waists, and gold-jeweled details around the chest or shoulders. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #christophrumpf #christophrumpfarticle #christophrumpfss20 #ainamatamoros #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle #muellerpr #muellerprarticle hauturely_image00026-2hauturely_image00015-2hauturely_image00023-2hauturely_image00014-2
    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week B
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    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin The young Austrian designer Christoph Rumpf won the last edition of the 34th International Festival of Fashion, Photography, and Fashion Accessories in Hyères, at only 25 years old, while studying at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. He was awarded the “Grand Prix du Jury Première Vision” for his menswear collection based on deconstructed designs made from recycled fabrics. This prize was to showcase his collection at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin last July, as part of its Talents program. Not having founded his brand yet, Rumpf sees fashion as an instrument to induce dreams. He says his inspiration comes from everywhere, from the whole world, especially what he sees on the street. For his SS20 collection, Rumpf presented 14 looks, which included both men and women styles (7 looks for each), although gender lines are somewhat blurred in his creations. He usually only designs menswear, but for his runway debut, he wanted to show all his possibilities. Deconstruction was the base of most of the designs, seen in details such as big shoulders, cut-outs, asymmetrical shapes, or irregular structural elements. Although these features may seem to create weird looks, the collection was wearable, very sophisticated, and smooth. Sustainability is also one of the main aspects of his creations. Most of the fabrics he uses are recycled or bought from flea markets. He does not look for any type of specific fabric, but gets inspired by what he finds and then creates his collections from there. He used both printed and plain fabrics. For the prints, he chose vintage royal styles, coming from different ancient cultures such as Indian, Spanish, or Arab. For the plains, he uses timeless black and white colors for dresses, suits, or blouses. He also includes a pair of electric-blue pants and another of golden pants. Gold is also used heavily in this collection. Mostly found in the jewelry, worn by the models, or like the jeweled-details incrusted in some pieces. The show ended with two wonderfully elegant women\'s jumpsuits, made from satin, one black, and the other olive green, with a daring halter-neckline that included crystal details wrapping the fabric at shoulder level. The men\'s closing looks were two creative statement coats made from suede, one navy blue, and the other pearl gray. These looks featured structured asymmetrical elements around the neck and at the sleeves, long knot belts around their waists, and gold-jeweled details around the chest or shoulders. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #christophrumpf #christophrumpfarticle #christophrumpfss20 #ainamatamoros #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle #muellerpr #muellerprarticle hauturely_image00026-2hauturely_image00015-2hauturely_image00023-2hauturely_image00014-2
    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week B
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    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin The young Austrian designer Christoph Rumpf won the last edition of the 34th International Festival of Fashion, Photography, and Fashion Accessories in Hyères, at only 25 years old, while studying at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. He was awarded the “Grand Prix du Jury Première Vision” for his menswear collection based on deconstructed designs made from recycled fabrics. This prize was to showcase his collection at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin last July, as part of its Talents program. Not having founded his brand yet, Rumpf sees fashion as an instrument to induce dreams. He says his inspiration comes from everywhere, from the whole world, especially what he sees on the street. For his SS20 collection, Rumpf presented 14 looks, which included both men and women styles (7 looks for each), although gender lines are somewhat blurred in his creations. He usually only designs menswear, but for his runway debut, he wanted to show all his possibilities. Deconstruction was the base of most of the designs, seen in details such as big shoulders, cut-outs, asymmetrical shapes, or irregular structural elements. Although these features may seem to create weird looks, the collection was wearable, very sophisticated, and smooth. Sustainability is also one of the main aspects of his creations. Most of the fabrics he uses are recycled or bought from flea markets. He does not look for any type of specific fabric, but gets inspired by what he finds and then creates his collections from there. He used both printed and plain fabrics. For the prints, he chose vintage royal styles, coming from different ancient cultures such as Indian, Spanish, or Arab. For the plains, he uses timeless black and white colors for dresses, suits, or blouses. He also includes a pair of electric-blue pants and another of golden pants. Gold is also used heavily in this collection. Mostly found in the jewelry, worn by the models, or like the jeweled-details incrusted in some pieces. The show ended with two wonderfully elegant women\'s jumpsuits, made from satin, one black, and the other olive green, with a daring halter-neckline that included crystal details wrapping the fabric at shoulder level. The men\'s closing looks were two creative statement coats made from suede, one navy blue, and the other pearl gray. These looks featured structured asymmetrical elements around the neck and at the sleeves, long knot belts around their waists, and gold-jeweled details around the chest or shoulders. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #christophrumpf #christophrumpfarticle #christophrumpfss20 #ainamatamoros #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle #muellerpr #muellerprarticle hauturely_image00026-2hauturely_image00015-2hauturely_image00023-2hauturely_image00014-2
    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week B
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    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week
    Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show I was held at Pier 59 Studios on a brisk fall evening and featured eight rising designers, Margaret Garrison, Empire Collection, Alicia’s Designs, Dignified Women’s apparel, NYKWALE, and Haley Manochi. The show was filled to capacity, and you could…[Read more]

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    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show I was held at Pier 59 Studios on a brisk fall evening and featured eight rising designers, Margaret Garrison, Empire Collection, Alicia’s Designs, Dignified Women’s apparel, NYKWALE, and Haley Manochi. The show was filled to capacity, and you could sense the excitement. Margaret Garrison was the first designer to show on the runway, and her collection was a quirky and fun way to kick off the show. With a bit of an eighties throwback vibe, the neon colors and heavy use of gor tex like fabrics along with the colorful two-tone Teva like sandals gave the lineup a sense of 90\'s space girl meets 80\'s new wave. There was a quilted coil dress that flounced down the runway, and an 80\'s patterned workout suit in vibrant orange and black; both adorned with in-your-face over-sized zippers. But the standouts for me had to be the eyewear. Bold, unconventional, and fully embracing the streetwear aesthetic that is still hugely on-trend, the sunnies stole the show. From ski-shield inspired frames to Devo whip-it shades and straight-edge cat eyes, the sunglasses were not to be missed. Empire collection was the second label to show for Oxford Fashion Studio. Designing both menswear and womenswear the lineup featured a plethora of tracksuits, trenches, and pants suits that could double as workout gear. Black, gunmetal green and cream kept the collection simple and refined, while the iridescent fabrics and tone-on-tone embroidered like textures that added interest and kept the collection from veering into being too minimalist. The outwear had some decent standouts, the green single-breasted trench was a stunner, and the cream men’s moto jacket was sleek and sophisticated. Straddling the line between streetwear and sportswear, the brand certainly has it\'s pulse on current trends. The accessories designer, Alicia’s Designs, was up next. As models strutted out in simple black ensembles, all the focus was the statement-making jewelry and accessories as the models walked the runway. Decidedly bold with over-sized geometric patterns in saturated primaries and metallics, they made a statement: demure they were not. There were over the top V-shaped “necklaces,” Wonder Woman inspired wrist cuffs, and winged chokers with shoulder plates, along with headbands, earrings, belts, shoes, and bags. But again, much like Margaret Garrison, the sunnies were a standout. With their distinctive patterned overlay and chain strap, they were a show stopper to be sure. Pretty grunge could be the best way to describe All Reclaimed by P SS2020 collection. Using a portion of reclaimed fabrics in all of the garments the brand seeks to create without destroying. The designer of All Reclaimed by P said: \"I am just the girl, with the fascination of a fairytale and the desire to share the world through my eyes in every design.\" And indeed she does. With an emphasis on dresses, a sassy mini dresses with tweed-like corsets and flouncy lace bottoms, while another look featured corseted leather strap tops, and feather skirt bottoms, to floor-length frocks in black lace and feather shoulder details, to a pale floral sundress overlaid by a metal and leather halter. The collection was an unbridled expression of feminine strength. Next- up, Dignified Woman\'s Apparel featured a dominant palette of white only occasionally broken up by pastels. Variety was added through pleating, asymmetrical silhouettes, and draping. A beautiful three-tiered floor-length dress stole the show. Adding details like swingy straps and gym-suit belts kept the collection both feminine and fun. Nykwale followed and was quite the contrast to the collection that preceded it. The palette with it\'s bright bursts of red and yellow and white accents set the tone for this vibrant collection. Body con silhouettes and ruffles dominate, while multiple pattern blocking adds depth and unexpected texture. A yellow and black ruffle top was quite striking in its understated grace. And the designs for men were equally striking with their red ribbed collars, vertical patterned tees, and gold and black tracksuit with it\'s \"gaffers\" tape detailing. A bold, graphical collection, the lineup for SS2020 was a brilliant collection of color and texture with a celebratory spirit. Swinging back in the other direction Haley Manochi\'s collection for SS2020 was also dominated by a singular palette--this time champagne; broken up only by a pale green and a subtle topaz. The fabrication was sleek, with an emphasis on draping and movement. Pleats broke up the singleness of the smooth solids as did the bow-ribboned closures and puffed sleeves. Artful, shy, and romantic, the pieces that walked the runway for SS2020 were both elegant and playful. The last designer to show during Show I for Oxford Fashion Studio was Y.H. Color blocking minimalism is how I would describe this accessible lineup. From cobalt blue and vibrant orange to red, periwinkle, royal navy, and purple, color was the center of the collection. Artful draping also dominated, offering wearable silhouettes that flatter the body. The dominance of solids was intermittently broken up by a tone-on-tone, subtle tie-dye print. And additional interest was expressed in layered tops and asymmetrical skirts. It was a fun and unconventional way to end the show. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #oxfordfashionstudio #oxfordfashionstudioarticle #oxfordfashionstudioss20 #aliciamackin #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle eitan-broude-682x1024nykwale-682x1024all-reclaimed-by-p-682x1024empire-collection-682x1024
    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show
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    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show I was held at Pier 59 Studios on a brisk fall evening and featured eight rising designers, Margaret Garrison, Empire Collection, Alicia’s Designs, Dignified Women’s apparel, NYKWALE, and Haley Manochi. The show was filled to capacity, and you could sense the excitement. Margaret Garrison was the first designer to show on the runway, and her collection was a quirky and fun way to kick off the show. With a bit of an eighties throwback vibe, the neon colors and heavy use of gor tex like fabrics along with the colorful two-tone Teva like sandals gave the lineup a sense of 90\'s space girl meets 80\'s new wave. There was a quilted coil dress that flounced down the runway, and an 80\'s patterned workout suit in vibrant orange and black; both adorned with in-your-face over-sized zippers. But the standouts for me had to be the eyewear. Bold, unconventional, and fully embracing the streetwear aesthetic that is still hugely on-trend, the sunnies stole the show. From ski-shield inspired frames to Devo whip-it shades and straight-edge cat eyes, the sunglasses were not to be missed. Empire collection was the second label to show for Oxford Fashion Studio. Designing both menswear and womenswear the lineup featured a plethora of tracksuits, trenches, and pants suits that could double as workout gear. Black, gunmetal green and cream kept the collection simple and refined, while the iridescent fabrics and tone-on-tone embroidered like textures that added interest and kept the collection from veering into being too minimalist. The outwear had some decent standouts, the green single-breasted trench was a stunner, and the cream men’s moto jacket was sleek and sophisticated. Straddling the line between streetwear and sportswear, the brand certainly has it\'s pulse on current trends. The accessories designer, Alicia’s Designs, was up next. As models strutted out in simple black ensembles, all the focus was the statement-making jewelry and accessories as the models walked the runway. Decidedly bold with over-sized geometric patterns in saturated primaries and metallics, they made a statement: demure they were not. There were over the top V-shaped “necklaces,” Wonder Woman inspired wrist cuffs, and winged chokers with shoulder plates, along with headbands, earrings, belts, shoes, and bags. But again, much like Margaret Garrison, the sunnies were a standout. With their distinctive patterned overlay and chain strap, they were a show stopper to be sure. Pretty grunge could be the best way to describe All Reclaimed by P SS2020 collection. Using a portion of reclaimed fabrics in all of the garments the brand seeks to create without destroying. The designer of All Reclaimed by P said: \"I am just the girl, with the fascination of a fairytale and the desire to share the world through my eyes in every design.\" And indeed she does. With an emphasis on dresses, a sassy mini dresses with tweed-like corsets and flouncy lace bottoms, while another look featured corseted leather strap tops, and feather skirt bottoms, to floor-length frocks in black lace and feather shoulder details, to a pale floral sundress overlaid by a metal and leather halter. The collection was an unbridled expression of feminine strength. Next- up, Dignified Woman\'s Apparel featured a dominant palette of white only occasionally broken up by pastels. Variety was added through pleating, asymmetrical silhouettes, and draping. A beautiful three-tiered floor-length dress stole the show. Adding details like swingy straps and gym-suit belts kept the collection both feminine and fun. Nykwale followed and was quite the contrast to the collection that preceded it. The palette with it\'s bright bursts of red and yellow and white accents set the tone for this vibrant collection. Body con silhouettes and ruffles dominate, while multiple pattern blocking adds depth and unexpected texture. A yellow and black ruffle top was quite striking in its understated grace. And the designs for men were equally striking with their red ribbed collars, vertical patterned tees, and gold and black tracksuit with it\'s \"gaffers\" tape detailing. A bold, graphical collection, the lineup for SS2020 was a brilliant collection of color and texture with a celebratory spirit. Swinging back in the other direction Haley Manochi\'s collection for SS2020 was also dominated by a singular palette--this time champagne; broken up only by a pale green and a subtle topaz. The fabrication was sleek, with an emphasis on draping and movement. Pleats broke up the singleness of the smooth solids as did the bow-ribboned closures and puffed sleeves. Artful, shy, and romantic, the pieces that walked the runway for SS2020 were both elegant and playful. The last designer to show during Show I for Oxford Fashion Studio was Y.H. Color blocking minimalism is how I would describe this accessible lineup. From cobalt blue and vibrant orange to red, periwinkle, royal navy, and purple, color was the center of the collection. Artful draping also dominated, offering wearable silhouettes that flatter the body. The dominance of solids was intermittently broken up by a tone-on-tone, subtle tie-dye print. And additional interest was expressed in layered tops and asymmetrical skirts. It was a fun and unconventional way to end the show. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #oxfordfashionstudio #oxfordfashionstudioarticle #oxfordfashionstudioss20 #aliciamackin #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle eitan-broude-682x1024nykwale-682x1024all-reclaimed-by-p-682x1024empire-collection-682x1024
    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show
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    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show I was held at Pier 59 Studios on a brisk fall evening and featured eight rising designers, Margaret Garrison, Empire Collection, Alicia’s Designs, Dignified Women’s apparel, NYKWALE, and Haley Manochi. The show was filled to capacity, and you could sense the excitement. Margaret Garrison was the first designer to show on the runway, and her collection was a quirky and fun way to kick off the show. With a bit of an eighties throwback vibe, the neon colors and heavy use of gor tex like fabrics along with the colorful two-tone Teva like sandals gave the lineup a sense of 90\'s space girl meets 80\'s new wave. There was a quilted coil dress that flounced down the runway, and an 80\'s patterned workout suit in vibrant orange and black; both adorned with in-your-face over-sized zippers. But the standouts for me had to be the eyewear. Bold, unconventional, and fully embracing the streetwear aesthetic that is still hugely on-trend, the sunnies stole the show. From ski-shield inspired frames to Devo whip-it shades and straight-edge cat eyes, the sunglasses were not to be missed. Empire collection was the second label to show for Oxford Fashion Studio. Designing both menswear and womenswear the lineup featured a plethora of tracksuits, trenches, and pants suits that could double as workout gear. Black, gunmetal green and cream kept the collection simple and refined, while the iridescent fabrics and tone-on-tone embroidered like textures that added interest and kept the collection from veering into being too minimalist. The outwear had some decent standouts, the green single-breasted trench was a stunner, and the cream men’s moto jacket was sleek and sophisticated. Straddling the line between streetwear and sportswear, the brand certainly has it\'s pulse on current trends. The accessories designer, Alicia’s Designs, was up next. As models strutted out in simple black ensembles, all the focus was the statement-making jewelry and accessories as the models walked the runway. Decidedly bold with over-sized geometric patterns in saturated primaries and metallics, they made a statement: demure they were not. There were over the top V-shaped “necklaces,” Wonder Woman inspired wrist cuffs, and winged chokers with shoulder plates, along with headbands, earrings, belts, shoes, and bags. But again, much like Margaret Garrison, the sunnies were a standout. With their distinctive patterned overlay and chain strap, they were a show stopper to be sure. Pretty grunge could be the best way to describe All Reclaimed by P SS2020 collection. Using a portion of reclaimed fabrics in all of the garments the brand seeks to create without destroying. The designer of All Reclaimed by P said: \"I am just the girl, with the fascination of a fairytale and the desire to share the world through my eyes in every design.\" And indeed she does. With an emphasis on dresses, a sassy mini dresses with tweed-like corsets and flouncy lace bottoms, while another look featured corseted leather strap tops, and feather skirt bottoms, to floor-length frocks in black lace and feather shoulder details, to a pale floral sundress overlaid by a metal and leather halter. The collection was an unbridled expression of feminine strength. Next- up, Dignified Woman\'s Apparel featured a dominant palette of white only occasionally broken up by pastels. Variety was added through pleating, asymmetrical silhouettes, and draping. A beautiful three-tiered floor-length dress stole the show. Adding details like swingy straps and gym-suit belts kept the collection both feminine and fun. Nykwale followed and was quite the contrast to the collection that preceded it. The palette with it\'s bright bursts of red and yellow and white accents set the tone for this vibrant collection. Body con silhouettes and ruffles dominate, while multiple pattern blocking adds depth and unexpected texture. A yellow and black ruffle top was quite striking in its understated grace. And the designs for men were equally striking with their red ribbed collars, vertical patterned tees, and gold and black tracksuit with it\'s \"gaffers\" tape detailing. A bold, graphical collection, the lineup for SS2020 was a brilliant collection of color and texture with a celebratory spirit. Swinging back in the other direction Haley Manochi\'s collection for SS2020 was also dominated by a singular palette--this time champagne; broken up only by a pale green and a subtle topaz. The fabrication was sleek, with an emphasis on draping and movement. Pleats broke up the singleness of the smooth solids as did the bow-ribboned closures and puffed sleeves. Artful, shy, and romantic, the pieces that walked the runway for SS2020 were both elegant and playful. The last designer to show during Show I for Oxford Fashion Studio was Y.H. Color blocking minimalism is how I would describe this accessible lineup. From cobalt blue and vibrant orange to red, periwinkle, royal navy, and purple, color was the center of the collection. Artful draping also dominated, offering wearable silhouettes that flatter the body. The dominance of solids was intermittently broken up by a tone-on-tone, subtle tie-dye print. And additional interest was expressed in layered tops and asymmetrical skirts. It was a fun and unconventional way to end the show. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #oxfordfashionstudio #oxfordfashionstudioarticle #oxfordfashionstudioss20 #aliciamackin #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle eitan-broude-682x1024nykwale-682x1024all-reclaimed-by-p-682x1024empire-collection-682x1024
    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show
    hauturely posted an update
    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show I was held at Pier 59 Studios on a brisk fall evening and featured eight rising designers, Margaret Garrison, Empire Collection, Alicia’s Designs, Dignified Women’s apparel, NYKWALE, and Haley Manochi. The show was filled to capacity, and you could sense the excitement. Margaret Garrison was the first designer to show on the runway, and her collection was a quirky and fun way to kick off the show. With a bit of an eighties throwback vibe, the neon colors and heavy use of gor tex like fabrics along with the colorful two-tone Teva like sandals gave the lineup a sense of 90\'s space girl meets 80\'s new wave. There was a quilted coil dress that flounced down the runway, and an 80\'s patterned workout suit in vibrant orange and black; both adorned with in-your-face over-sized zippers. But the standouts for me had to be the eyewear. Bold, unconventional, and fully embracing the streetwear aesthetic that is still hugely on-trend, the sunnies stole the show. From ski-shield inspired frames to Devo whip-it shades and straight-edge cat eyes, the sunglasses were not to be missed. Empire collection was the second label to show for Oxford Fashion Studio. Designing both menswear and womenswear the lineup featured a plethora of tracksuits, trenches, and pants suits that could double as workout gear. Black, gunmetal green and cream kept the collection simple and refined, while the iridescent fabrics and tone-on-tone embroidered like textures that added interest and kept the collection from veering into being too minimalist. The outwear had some decent standouts, the green single-breasted trench was a stunner, and the cream men’s moto jacket was sleek and sophisticated. Straddling the line between streetwear and sportswear, the brand certainly has it\'s pulse on current trends. The accessories designer, Alicia’s Designs, was up next. As models strutted out in simple black ensembles, all the focus was the statement-making jewelry and accessories as the models walked the runway. Decidedly bold with over-sized geometric patterns in saturated primaries and metallics, they made a statement: demure they were not. There were over the top V-shaped “necklaces,” Wonder Woman inspired wrist cuffs, and winged chokers with shoulder plates, along with headbands, earrings, belts, shoes, and bags. But again, much like Margaret Garrison, the sunnies were a standout. With their distinctive patterned overlay and chain strap, they were a show stopper to be sure. Pretty grunge could be the best way to describe All Reclaimed by P SS2020 collection. Using a portion of reclaimed fabrics in all of the garments the brand seeks to create without destroying. The designer of All Reclaimed by P said: \"I am just the girl, with the fascination of a fairytale and the desire to share the world through my eyes in every design.\" And indeed she does. With an emphasis on dresses, a sassy mini dresses with tweed-like corsets and flouncy lace bottoms, while another look featured corseted leather strap tops, and feather skirt bottoms, to floor-length frocks in black lace and feather shoulder details, to a pale floral sundress overlaid by a metal and leather halter. The collection was an unbridled expression of feminine strength. Next- up, Dignified Woman\'s Apparel featured a dominant palette of white only occasionally broken up by pastels. Variety was added through pleating, asymmetrical silhouettes, and draping. A beautiful three-tiered floor-length dress stole the show. Adding details like swingy straps and gym-suit belts kept the collection both feminine and fun. Nykwale followed and was quite the contrast to the collection that preceded it. The palette with it\'s bright bursts of red and yellow and white accents set the tone for this vibrant collection. Body con silhouettes and ruffles dominate, while multiple pattern blocking adds depth and unexpected texture. A yellow and black ruffle top was quite striking in its understated grace. And the designs for men were equally striking with their red ribbed collars, vertical patterned tees, and gold and black tracksuit with it\'s \"gaffers\" tape detailing. A bold, graphical collection, the lineup for SS2020 was a brilliant collection of color and texture with a celebratory spirit. Swinging back in the other direction Haley Manochi\'s collection for SS2020 was also dominated by a singular palette--this time champagne; broken up only by a pale green and a subtle topaz. The fabrication was sleek, with an emphasis on draping and movement. Pleats broke up the singleness of the smooth solids as did the bow-ribboned closures and puffed sleeves. Artful, shy, and romantic, the pieces that walked the runway for SS2020 were both elegant and playful. The last designer to show during Show I for Oxford Fashion Studio was Y.H. Color blocking minimalism is how I would describe this accessible lineup. From cobalt blue and vibrant orange to red, periwinkle, royal navy, and purple, color was the center of the collection. Artful draping also dominated, offering wearable silhouettes that flatter the body. The dominance of solids was intermittently broken up by a tone-on-tone, subtle tie-dye print. And additional interest was expressed in layered tops and asymmetrical skirts. It was a fun and unconventional way to end the show. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #oxfordfashionstudio #oxfordfashionstudioarticle #oxfordfashionstudioss20 #aliciamackin #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle eitan-broude-682x1024nykwale-682x1024all-reclaimed-by-p-682x1024empire-collection-682x1024
    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show
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    ICY Presents: Dynasty Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week
    Fashion Week Spring Summer 2020 kicked off with a fashion show that started before the official start of fashion week. There were four designers presenting; Huiman, Leaf Xia, Fengyi Tan, and All Comes From Nothing. The show had something for everyone and was an excellent way to…[Read more]

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    ICY Presents: Dynasty Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Fashion Week Spring Summer 2020 kicked off with a fashion show that started before the official start of fashion week. There were four designers presenting; Huiman, Leaf Xia, Fengyi Tan, and All Comes From Nothing. The show had something for everyone and was an excellent way to get a jump start on the season. Held at Spring Studios, and being the first show of the season, the crowd was full of energy and anticipation. The room glowed with red and blue, and the runway itself was buffed to perfection to a reflective shiny black finish. And as the lights went down and the music turned up, we could not help but enjoy the atmosphere and buzz around us. Hiuman was the first brand to show on the runway and was an exciting mix of filmy textiles, black and white plaids, sheer whites, and the occasional pastel. One model wore a crocheted like tassel dress over traditional checked trousers and a sheer long-sleeved blouse. Another look was a white rope tassel bound over a simple black sleeveless dress. This tassel could also be found on a white jumpsuit top and suggests an air of confinement among the more free-flowing pieces, such as unstructured trenches with geometric patterned linings and sheer asymmetrical tanks in black plaid. There were also more traditional pants suits in seafoam green and pinstriped pants for men. Next up was Leaf Xia. Known for colorful expressions and playful interactions of youthful apparel that speaks to your inner rebellious seven-year-old self, this collection had all the pomp and circumstance one would expect from the brand. Leaf Xia takes pattern mixing to the next level, and this was prominent throughout the lineup. Florals were the most abundant print and came in all shapes and sizes from vibrant reds, turquoise, orange, and purple, which were all juxtaposed together or scattered on black. Asymmetry reigned with unstructured boundaries between garments, with silhouettes being overtly feminine though decidedly non-body-con. Along with florals, ruffles, tulle, and neon pulled the collection together while touches of two-toned Christmas plaid and a Mad Men era gold brocade added a seventies vibe, which was also communicated with a psychedelic petal flower pearl necklace. We also saw red hot sock boots, pearl-encrusted sandals, sequined pumps, neon sneakers, flowered headbands, clear wrap-around sunnies in vibrant pops of orange and yellow, and gold butterfly earrings. These elements created a brilliant collection that celebrates the rebel in all of us. Following Leaf Xia was Fengyi Tan. The brand is inspired by dancewear and choreography. This dance element is reflected in the fluid yet equally structured pieces that interplay in a delicate balancing act of form and function. The collection that walked the runway was a striking embodiment of this aesthetic and at once, surprised and enlightened. Pastels, white and a jewel-toned blue anchored the collection, while an oversized checked pattern and geometric print added depth and intrigue. More approachable relaxed pants suits and layered knitwear in pastel greens and purples stood in contrast to the more dramatic theatrical maxi dresses with their hexagonal checked print and long gloves. A long body-con dress adorned with an image of an ancient head sculpture kept things in a more sporty vibe, as did the A-line royal blue skirt where the sculpture image made another appearance. A stand-alone dress in lavender with a crosshatch top and a wrap skirt featured another of those seventies-era flower-power blooms seen at Leaf Xia. But the footwear truly stood out with it’s unique, simple, square bottomed soles. The last designer to show was All Comes From Nothing. The most approachable of the designers, the collection felt like two collections in one, with sporty leisure wear firmly rooted in the contemporary, fashion-forward world, and another aesthetic with a softer, more earthy vibe. The sporty leisure wear will top the other, as this is the brand\'s strength. Pieces that stood out were the boiler suit inspired jumpsuits with floral detailing and the athletic streetwear-inspired boots with their zippered fronts, pointed toes, stacked platform bottoms, and exquisite prints. The cropped pull-overs with black lettering are a fun, easy go-to, and the A-Line embroidered sheath dress and high-waisted double-breasted shorts are contemporary must-haves. The palettes were also a bit fractured with the black, gold, pale pink, and white being quite on-trend, while the forest green, sunflower yellow, and beige added a unique touch. Overall the collection was wearable with some fun, trendy pieces, and I am eager to see where the brand goes with its focus and which aesthetic will win out. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full ICY Presents: Dynasty Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #icy #icyarticle #icyss20 #aliciamackin #nyfw #nyfwarticle #agentrypr #agentryprarticle hauturely_74422763_1300058613499150_4065736803989061632_o_1300058606832484hauturely_74959937_1300231523481859_5598914247464583168_o_1300231516815193hauturely_73107423_1300165926821752_2461644949330853888_o_1300165920155086hauturely_74947292_1300058716832473_2025362244417617920_o_1300058710165807
    ICY Presents: Dynasty Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Fashion Week Spring Summer 202
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    ICY Presents: Dynasty Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Fashion Week Spring Summer 2020 kicked off with a fashion show that started before the official start of fashion week. There were four designers presenting; Huiman, Leaf Xia, Fengyi Tan, and All Comes From Nothing. The show had something for everyone and was an excellent way to get a jump start on the season. Held at Spring Studios, and being the first show of the season, the crowd was full of energy and anticipation. The room glowed with red and blue, and the runway itself was buffed to perfection to a reflective shiny black finish. And as the lights went down and the music turned up, we could not help but enjoy the atmosphere and buzz around us. Hiuman was the first brand to show on the runway and was an exciting mix of filmy textiles, black and white plaids, sheer whites, and the occasional pastel. One model wore a crocheted like tassel dress over traditional checked trousers and a sheer long-sleeved blouse. Another look was a white rope tassel bound over a simple black sleeveless dress. This tassel could also be found on a white jumpsuit top and suggests an air of confinement among the more free-flowing pieces, such as unstructured trenches with geometric patterned linings and sheer asymmetrical tanks in black plaid. There were also more traditional pants suits in seafoam green and pinstriped pants for men. Next up was Leaf Xia. Known for colorful expressions and playful interactions of youthful apparel that speaks to your inner rebellious seven-year-old self, this collection had all the pomp and circumstance one would expect from the brand. Leaf Xia takes pattern mixing to the next level, and this was prominent throughout the lineup. Florals were the most abundant print and came in all shapes and sizes from vibrant reds, turquoise, orange, and purple, which were all juxtaposed together or scattered on black. Asymmetry reigned with unstructured boundaries between garments, with silhouettes being overtly feminine though decidedly non-body-con. Along with florals, ruffles, tulle, and neon pulled the collection together while touches of two-toned Christmas plaid and a Mad Men era gold brocade added a seventies vibe, which was also communicated with a psychedelic petal flower pearl necklace. We also saw red hot sock boots, pearl-encrusted sandals, sequined pumps, neon sneakers, flowered headbands, clear wrap-around sunnies in vibrant pops of orange and yellow, and gold butterfly earrings. These elements created a brilliant collection that celebrates the rebel in all of us. Following Leaf Xia was Fengyi Tan. The brand is inspired by dancewear and choreography. This dance element is reflected in the fluid yet equally structured pieces that interplay in a delicate balancing act of form and function. The collection that walked the runway was a striking embodiment of this aesthetic and at once, surprised and enlightened. Pastels, white and a jewel-toned blue anchored the collection, while an oversized checked pattern and geometric print added depth and intrigue. More approachable relaxed pants suits and layered knitwear in pastel greens and purples stood in contrast to the more dramatic theatrical maxi dresses with their hexagonal checked print and long gloves. A long body-con dress adorned with an image of an ancient head sculpture kept things in a more sporty vibe, as did the A-line royal blue skirt where the sculpture image made another appearance. A stand-alone dress in lavender with a crosshatch top and a wrap skirt featured another of those seventies-era flower-power blooms seen at Leaf Xia. But the footwear truly stood out with it’s unique, simple, square bottomed soles. The last designer to show was All Comes From Nothing. The most approachable of the designers, the collection felt like two collections in one, with sporty leisure wear firmly rooted in the contemporary, fashion-forward world, and another aesthetic with a softer, more earthy vibe. The sporty leisure wear will top the other, as this is the brand\'s strength. Pieces that stood out were the boiler suit inspired jumpsuits with floral detailing and the athletic streetwear-inspired boots with their zippered fronts, pointed toes, stacked platform bottoms, and exquisite prints. The cropped pull-overs with black lettering are a fun, easy go-to, and the A-Line embroidered sheath dress and high-waisted double-breasted shorts are contemporary must-haves. The palettes were also a bit fractured with the black, gold, pale pink, and white being quite on-trend, while the forest green, sunflower yellow, and beige added a unique touch. Overall the collection was wearable with some fun, trendy pieces, and I am eager to see where the brand goes with its focus and which aesthetic will win out. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full ICY Presents: Dynasty Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #icy #icyarticle #icyss20 #aliciamackin #nyfw #nyfwarticle #agentrypr #agentryprarticle hauturely_74422763_1300058613499150_4065736803989061632_o_1300058606832484hauturely_74959937_1300231523481859_5598914247464583168_o_1300231516815193hauturely_73107423_1300165926821752_2461644949330853888_o_1300165920155086hauturely_74947292_1300058716832473_2025362244417617920_o_1300058710165807
    ICY Presents: Dynasty Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Fashion Week Spring Summer 202
    hauturely posted an update
    ICY Presents: Dynasty Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Fashion Week Spring Summer 2020 kicked off with a fashion show that started before the official start of fashion week. There were four designers presenting; Huiman, Leaf Xia, Fengyi Tan, and All Comes From Nothing. The show had something for everyone and was an excellent way to get a jump start on the season. Held at Spring Studios, and being the first show of the season, the crowd was full of energy and anticipation. The room glowed with red and blue, and the runway itself was buffed to perfection to a reflective shiny black finish. And as the lights went down and the music turned up, we could not help but enjoy the atmosphere and buzz around us. Hiuman was the first brand to show on the runway and was an exciting mix of filmy textiles, black and white plaids, sheer whites, and the occasional pastel. One model wore a crocheted like tassel dress over traditional checked trousers and a sheer long-sleeved blouse. Another look was a white rope tassel bound over a simple black sleeveless dress. This tassel could also be found on a white jumpsuit top and suggests an air of confinement among the more free-flowing pieces, such as unstructured trenches with geometric patterned linings and sheer asymmetrical tanks in black plaid. There were also more traditional pants suits in seafoam green and pinstriped pants for men. Next up was Leaf Xia. Known for colorful expressions and playful interactions of youthful apparel that speaks to your inner rebellious seven-year-old self, this collection had all the pomp and circumstance one would expect from the brand. Leaf Xia takes pattern mixing to the next level, and this was prominent throughout the lineup. Florals were the most abundant print and came in all shapes and sizes from vibrant reds, turquoise, orange, and purple, which were all juxtaposed together or scattered on black. Asymmetry reigned with unstructured boundaries between garments, with silhouettes being overtly feminine though decidedly non-body-con. Along with florals, ruffles, tulle, and neon pulled the collection together while touches of two-toned Christmas plaid and a Mad Men era gold brocade added a seventies vibe, which was also communicated with a psychedelic petal flower pearl necklace. We also saw red hot sock boots, pearl-encrusted sandals, sequined pumps, neon sneakers, flowered headbands, clear wrap-around sunnies in vibrant pops of orange and yellow, and gold butterfly earrings. These elements created a brilliant collection that celebrates the rebel in all of us. Following Leaf Xia was Fengyi Tan. The brand is inspired by dancewear and choreography. This dance element is reflected in the fluid yet equally structured pieces that interplay in a delicate balancing act of form and function. The collection that walked the runway was a striking embodiment of this aesthetic and at once, surprised and enlightened. Pastels, white and a jewel-toned blue anchored the collection, while an oversized checked pattern and geometric print added depth and intrigue. More approachable relaxed pants suits and layered knitwear in pastel greens and purples stood in contrast to the more dramatic theatrical maxi dresses with their hexagonal checked print and long gloves. A long body-con dress adorned with an image of an ancient head sculpture kept things in a more sporty vibe, as did the A-line royal blue skirt where the sculpture image made another appearance. A stand-alone dress in lavender with a crosshatch top and a wrap skirt featured another of those seventies-era flower-power blooms seen at Leaf Xia. But the footwear truly stood out with it’s unique, simple, square bottomed soles. The last designer to show was All Comes From Nothing. The most approachable of the designers, the collection felt like two collections in one, with sporty leisure wear firmly rooted in the contemporary, fashion-forward world, and another aesthetic with a softer, more earthy vibe. The sporty leisure wear will top the other, as this is the brand\'s strength. Pieces that stood out were the boiler suit inspired jumpsuits with floral detailing and the athletic streetwear-inspired boots with their zippered fronts, pointed toes, stacked platform bottoms, and exquisite prints. The cropped pull-overs with black lettering are a fun, easy go-to, and the A-Line embroidered sheath dress and high-waisted double-breasted shorts are contemporary must-haves. The palettes were also a bit fractured with the black, gold, pale pink, and white being quite on-trend, while the forest green, sunflower yellow, and beige added a unique touch. Overall the collection was wearable with some fun, trendy pieces, and I am eager to see where the brand goes with its focus and which aesthetic will win out. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full ICY Presents: Dynasty Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #icy #icyarticle #icyss20 #aliciamackin #nyfw #nyfwarticle #agentrypr #agentryprarticle hauturely_74422763_1300058613499150_4065736803989061632_o_1300058606832484hauturely_74959937_1300231523481859_5598914247464583168_o_1300231516815193hauturely_73107423_1300165926821752_2461644949330853888_o_1300165920155086hauturely_74947292_1300058716832473_2025362244417617920_o_1300058710165807
    ICY Presents: Dynasty Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Fashion Week Spring Summer 202
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    ICY Presents: Dynasty Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Fashion Week Spring Summer 2020 kicked off with a fashion show that started before the official start of fashion week. There were four designers presenting; Huiman, Leaf Xia, Fengyi Tan, and All Comes From Nothing. The show had something for everyone and was an excellent way to get a jump start on the season. Held at Spring Studios, and being the first show of the season, the crowd was full of energy and anticipation. The room glowed with red and blue, and the runway itself was buffed to perfection to a reflective shiny black finish. And as the lights went down and the music turned up, we could not help but enjoy the atmosphere and buzz around us. Hiuman was the first brand to show on the runway and was an exciting mix of filmy textiles, black and white plaids, sheer whites, and the occasional pastel. One model wore a crocheted like tassel dress over traditional checked trousers and a sheer long-sleeved blouse. Another look was a white rope tassel bound over a simple black sleeveless dress. This tassel could also be found on a white jumpsuit top and suggests an air of confinement among the more free-flowing pieces, such as unstructured trenches with geometric patterned linings and sheer asymmetrical tanks in black plaid. There were also more traditional pants suits in seafoam green and pinstriped pants for men. Next up was Leaf Xia. Known for colorful expressions and playful interactions of youthful apparel that speaks to your inner rebellious seven-year-old self, this collection had all the pomp and circumstance one would expect from the brand. Leaf Xia takes pattern mixing to the next level, and this was prominent throughout the lineup. Florals were the most abundant print and came in all shapes and sizes from vibrant reds, turquoise, orange, and purple, which were all juxtaposed together or scattered on black. Asymmetry reigned with unstructured boundaries between garments, with silhouettes being overtly feminine though decidedly non-body-con. Along with florals, ruffles, tulle, and neon pulled the collection together while touches of two-toned Christmas plaid and a Mad Men era gold brocade added a seventies vibe, which was also communicated with a psychedelic petal flower pearl necklace. We also saw red hot sock boots, pearl-encrusted sandals, sequined pumps, neon sneakers, flowered headbands, clear wrap-around sunnies in vibrant pops of orange and yellow, and gold butterfly earrings. These elements created a brilliant collection that celebrates the rebel in all of us. Following Leaf Xia was Fengyi Tan. The brand is inspired by dancewear and choreography. This dance element is reflected in the fluid yet equally structured pieces that interplay in a delicate balancing act of form and function. The collection that walked the runway was a striking embodiment of this aesthetic and at once, surprised and enlightened. Pastels, white and a jewel-toned blue anchored the collection, while an oversized checked pattern and geometric print added depth and intrigue. More approachable relaxed pants suits and layered knitwear in pastel greens and purples stood in contrast to the more dramatic theatrical maxi dresses with their hexagonal checked print and long gloves. A long body-con dress adorned with an image of an ancient head sculpture kept things in a more sporty vibe, as did the A-line royal blue skirt where the sculpture image made another appearance. A stand-alone dress in lavender with a crosshatch top and a wrap skirt featured another of those seventies-era flower-power blooms seen at Leaf Xia. But the footwear truly stood out with it’s unique, simple, square bottomed soles. The last designer to show was All Comes From Nothing. The most approachable of the designers, the collection felt like two collections in one, with sporty leisure wear firmly rooted in the contemporary, fashion-forward world, and another aesthetic with a softer, more earthy vibe. The sporty leisure wear will top the other, as this is the brand\'s strength. Pieces that stood out were the boiler suit inspired jumpsuits with floral detailing and the athletic streetwear-inspired boots with their zippered fronts, pointed toes, stacked platform bottoms, and exquisite prints. The cropped pull-overs with black lettering are a fun, easy go-to, and the A-Line embroidered sheath dress and high-waisted double-breasted shorts are contemporary must-haves. The palettes were also a bit fractured with the black, gold, pale pink, and white being quite on-trend, while the forest green, sunflower yellow, and beige added a unique touch. Overall the collection was wearable with some fun, trendy pieces, and I am eager to see where the brand goes with its focus and which aesthetic will win out. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full ICY Presents: Dynasty Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #icy #icyarticle #icyss20 #aliciamackin #nyfw #nyfwarticle #agentrypr #agentryprarticle hauturely_74422763_1300058613499150_4065736803989061632_o_1300058606832484hauturely_74959937_1300231523481859_5598914247464583168_o_1300231516815193hauturely_73107423_1300165926821752_2461644949330853888_o_1300165920155086hauturely_74947292_1300058716832473_2025362244417617920_o_1300058710165807
    ICY Presents: Dynasty Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Fashion Week Spring Summer 202
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    Acoustic Collection at Each x Other Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week
    The duo Ilan DELOUIS and Jenny MENNERHEIM presented their collection in a different atmosphere by leaving their scenography landmark, the Café Marly. They welcomed us in the neighborhood of Arts and Métiers in a dimly lit room to flow more whimsically as contemporary a…[Read more]

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    Acoustic Collection at Each x Other Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The duo Ilan DELOUIS and Jenny MENNERHEIM presented their collection in a different atmosphere by leaving their scenography landmark, the Café Marly. They welcomed us in the neighborhood of Arts and Métiers in a dimly lit room to flow more whimsically as contemporary art and fashion. The music played during the show took on intimate concert tunes, with special guest Lorelle RAYNER as a prelude to the parade. RAYNER lent her captivating voice while dedicating a poem that inspired the collection. This poem had strong words about existence, sharing, and vision of goals in life, whether personal or for our society. It was an intellectual and arty reflection that reminds us that fashion is not a superficial art, and it can evoke philosophical reflections. This season, Ilan and Jenny offer a contemporary wardrobe with a masculine archetype and artistic tailoring draw inspired by the architecture of John LAUTNER to give a modern edge to the feminine wardrobe. This collection brought me the question: does a woman need to draw inspiration from the locker room of her male equal to reach his position? I will answer, no. The attitude EACH X OTHER presented is an independent woman, free, arty with a hint of sensual nonchalance with its rebellious locks and nude makeup. She is reinvented, and we understand it. From the first look, a slate blue crossover coat with a knit tank top sets the mood for the show. The clothes follow the curves of the body and at the same time are restructured by asymmetries. A favorite look was the embossed coat with matching pencil skirt, the braided knit and velvet softness on the fabric was one of a kind. Another intriguing aspect is the designs can be modified as you want. Buttoned armholes allow the sleeves of an oversized blazer to transform into a vest or blouse. We will also opt for the braided knit and velvet softness on a set of petrol blue composed of an embossed coat with matching pencil skirt. The EACH X OTHER woman takes a more virile build in looks where the blazer draws her silhouettes with a broader shoulder, which added hints of strength. She dares bold colors like red as a trendy color for the season. The collection is understandable and easily wearable. This strategy works because we can already identify the most desirable pieces that will be a hit with buyers. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Each x Other Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #eachxother #eachxotherarticle #eachxotherfw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #purplepr #purpleprarticle _DAN0229_DAN0101_DAN0017_DAN0149
    Acoustic Collection at Each x Other Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The duo Ilan DELOUIS
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    Acoustic Collection at Each x Other Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The duo Ilan DELOUIS and Jenny MENNERHEIM presented their collection in a different atmosphere by leaving their scenography landmark, the Café Marly. They welcomed us in the neighborhood of Arts and Métiers in a dimly lit room to flow more whimsically as contemporary art and fashion. The music played during the show took on intimate concert tunes, with special guest Lorelle RAYNER as a prelude to the parade. RAYNER lent her captivating voice while dedicating a poem that inspired the collection. This poem had strong words about existence, sharing, and vision of goals in life, whether personal or for our society. It was an intellectual and arty reflection that reminds us that fashion is not a superficial art, and it can evoke philosophical reflections. This season, Ilan and Jenny offer a contemporary wardrobe with a masculine archetype and artistic tailoring draw inspired by the architecture of John LAUTNER to give a modern edge to the feminine wardrobe. This collection brought me the question: does a woman need to draw inspiration from the locker room of her male equal to reach his position? I will answer, no. The attitude EACH X OTHER presented is an independent woman, free, arty with a hint of sensual nonchalance with its rebellious locks and nude makeup. She is reinvented, and we understand it. From the first look, a slate blue crossover coat with a knit tank top sets the mood for the show. The clothes follow the curves of the body and at the same time are restructured by asymmetries. A favorite look was the embossed coat with matching pencil skirt, the braided knit and velvet softness on the fabric was one of a kind. Another intriguing aspect is the designs can be modified as you want. Buttoned armholes allow the sleeves of an oversized blazer to transform into a vest or blouse. We will also opt for the braided knit and velvet softness on a set of petrol blue composed of an embossed coat with matching pencil skirt. The EACH X OTHER woman takes a more virile build in looks where the blazer draws her silhouettes with a broader shoulder, which added hints of strength. She dares bold colors like red as a trendy color for the season. The collection is understandable and easily wearable. This strategy works because we can already identify the most desirable pieces that will be a hit with buyers. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Each x Other Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #eachxother #eachxotherarticle #eachxotherfw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #purplepr #purpleprarticle _DAN0229_DAN0101_DAN0017_DAN0149
    Acoustic Collection at Each x Other Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The duo Ilan DELOUIS
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    Acoustic Collection at Each x Other Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The duo Ilan DELOUIS and Jenny MENNERHEIM presented their collection in a different atmosphere by leaving their scenography landmark, the Café Marly. They welcomed us in the neighborhood of Arts and Métiers in a dimly lit room to flow more whimsically as contemporary art and fashion. The music played during the show took on intimate concert tunes, with special guest Lorelle RAYNER as a prelude to the parade. RAYNER lent her captivating voice while dedicating a poem that inspired the collection. This poem had strong words about existence, sharing, and vision of goals in life, whether personal or for our society. It was an intellectual and arty reflection that reminds us that fashion is not a superficial art, and it can evoke philosophical reflections. This season, Ilan and Jenny offer a contemporary wardrobe with a masculine archetype and artistic tailoring draw inspired by the architecture of John LAUTNER to give a modern edge to the feminine wardrobe. This collection brought me the question: does a woman need to draw inspiration from the locker room of her male equal to reach his position? I will answer, no. The attitude EACH X OTHER presented is an independent woman, free, arty with a hint of sensual nonchalance with its rebellious locks and nude makeup. She is reinvented, and we understand it. From the first look, a slate blue crossover coat with a knit tank top sets the mood for the show. The clothes follow the curves of the body and at the same time are restructured by asymmetries. A favorite look was the embossed coat with matching pencil skirt, the braided knit and velvet softness on the fabric was one of a kind. Another intriguing aspect is the designs can be modified as you want. Buttoned armholes allow the sleeves of an oversized blazer to transform into a vest or blouse. We will also opt for the braided knit and velvet softness on a set of petrol blue composed of an embossed coat with matching pencil skirt. The EACH X OTHER woman takes a more virile build in looks where the blazer draws her silhouettes with a broader shoulder, which added hints of strength. She dares bold colors like red as a trendy color for the season. The collection is understandable and easily wearable. This strategy works because we can already identify the most desirable pieces that will be a hit with buyers. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Each x Other Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #eachxother #eachxotherarticle #eachxotherfw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #purplepr #purpleprarticle _DAN0229_DAN0101_DAN0017_DAN0149
    Acoustic Collection at Each x Other Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The duo Ilan DELOUIS
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    Acoustic Collection at Each x Other Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The duo Ilan DELOUIS and Jenny MENNERHEIM presented their collection in a different atmosphere by leaving their scenography landmark, the Café Marly. They welcomed us in the neighborhood of Arts and Métiers in a dimly lit room to flow more whimsically as contemporary art and fashion. The music played during the show took on intimate concert tunes, with special guest Lorelle RAYNER as a prelude to the parade. RAYNER lent her captivating voice while dedicating a poem that inspired the collection. This poem had strong words about existence, sharing, and vision of goals in life, whether personal or for our society. It was an intellectual and arty reflection that reminds us that fashion is not a superficial art, and it can evoke philosophical reflections. This season, Ilan and Jenny offer a contemporary wardrobe with a masculine archetype and artistic tailoring draw inspired by the architecture of John LAUTNER to give a modern edge to the feminine wardrobe. This collection brought me the question: does a woman need to draw inspiration from the locker room of her male equal to reach his position? I will answer, no. The attitude EACH X OTHER presented is an independent woman, free, arty with a hint of sensual nonchalance with its rebellious locks and nude makeup. She is reinvented, and we understand it. From the first look, a slate blue crossover coat with a knit tank top sets the mood for the show. The clothes follow the curves of the body and at the same time are restructured by asymmetries. A favorite look was the embossed coat with matching pencil skirt, the braided knit and velvet softness on the fabric was one of a kind. Another intriguing aspect is the designs can be modified as you want. Buttoned armholes allow the sleeves of an oversized blazer to transform into a vest or blouse. We will also opt for the braided knit and velvet softness on a set of petrol blue composed of an embossed coat with matching pencil skirt. The EACH X OTHER woman takes a more virile build in looks where the blazer draws her silhouettes with a broader shoulder, which added hints of strength. She dares bold colors like red as a trendy color for the season. The collection is understandable and easily wearable. This strategy works because we can already identify the most desirable pieces that will be a hit with buyers. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Each x Other Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #eachxother #eachxotherarticle #eachxotherfw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #purplepr #purpleprarticle _DAN0229_DAN0101_DAN0017_DAN0149
    Acoustic Collection at Each x Other Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The duo Ilan DELOUIS
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    So excited for this seasons show from Longchamp. Sophie Delafontaine knocked it out of the park last season, lets take another look.

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    Maria Aristidou Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week
    Hauturely: Can you please tell us about yourself?
    Maria: My name is Maria Aristidou, and I am a fashion designer from Cyprus. From the early years of my studies in Economics, I discovered and developed, with a great persistence as a self-learner, my love for fashion design. I…[Read more]

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    Maria Aristidou Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Hauturely: Can you please tell us about yourself? Maria: My name is Maria Aristidou, and I am a fashion designer from Cyprus. From the early years of my studies in Economics, I discovered and developed, with a great persistence as a self-learner, my love for fashion design. I first started my designing career with menswear, and then womenswear followed. In 2015, the introduction of my first Autumn/Winter 2015 limited knit scarf collection was the start of a new concept in the Maria Aristidou designs. The magic of knitwear allows me to create and explore various knit patterns with luxurious threads and techniques. Moreover, the craftsmanship of elaborate hand-embroideries adds to the luxury of the uniqueness of Maria Aristidou fabrics for my couture knit evening wear as well as for the luxury knit beachwear for both men and women. After two seasons in luxury Ready To Wear, in July 2016, I deputed my first Couture Collection during the Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week and continue to do so today! Hauturely: How do you feel now that the show is over? Maria: Relieved, sad because it\'s over. The adrenaline from the last four months was high and a great motivator, but I am now feeling the pressure of what will follow regarding sales. Hauturely: What was your favorite piece to make? Maria: Since I specialize in knitwear, making this collection and every collection is the process of its development that I really enjoy. I love the timing while developing and producing the fabrics, color combinations, and hand embroidery designs. Thus, at the end of the day, every piece is unique to me. Hauturely: What difficulties do you have to face and how do you overcome them? Maria: I prefer to mention difficulties as obstacles because I find it easier to be motivated and find ways to overcome them. Raw material limitations in Cyprus and knit machine technicalities are some of the issues that I usually have to face. When it comes to the collection and development difficulties, arise I always try to find what is the next best solution. Sometimes it\'s not the desirable one, but I find ways to incorporate it in a way that is closer to the initial goal. Another obstacle is the budget that is needed every season. It is a challenge that always has to have a plan. Hauturely: Which model or top model would you like to have for your shows? Maria: I don\'t want to name someone, because I enjoy working with models, famous or not. I like when they have a great personality, and that shows many times when we do the fittings. They can be super famous or beginner models, but at the end of the day, the most important factor is how they work with the team and designer and how well they walk on the catwalk. Hauturely: Who do you dream of having front row at your show? Maria: It sounds very cliche, but I would love to have chief editors of magazines, famous bloggers, VIP\'s and last but not least, my parents and friends. It\'s great to feel the support when I am backstage from my people. Hauturely: What characteristics does our brand\'s customers have? Maria: Sophisticated, practical, romantic, sexy, but most importantly a feminine woman that will enjoy wearing Maria Aristidou luxury knit brand. Hauturely: What is your vision of Haute Couture? Maria: Haute Couture is simply magic! It is all about handcrafted, luxury, but in my eyes, it is also about wearability. Being a Couture designer, not a Haute Couture one, every season I try to show something different on my knit fabrics, patterns, embroideries, and in my designs while at the same time being wearable to the market I refer. At first glance, some can say that luxury fashion is all about price, big fashion house products and that it is usually due to high consumer range. Although I believe luxury fashion is more than just looking \"rich.\" Based on my experience a luxury product, its all about its uniqueness, exclusivity, the research, and development to make that product, its craftsmanship, and not just the price or the label name because it is expensive. Luxury is a special product that is made in a smaller number of pieces and not in mass production. The luxury of a product can be defined in its purity and the feeling of something new, something different. In my case, \"knit\" is the new luxury. With all the mentioned above, for all seasons, for many reasons, luxury is misunderstood. written by Lunda Fallon Click HERE to view the full Maria Aristidou Couture Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #mariaaristidou #mariaaristidouarticle #mariaaristidoufw19 #lundafallon #mephistopheles #mephistophelesarticle #hcfw19 #hcfwarticle #interview anBn (2)anBn (3)anBn (4)anBn (5)
    Maria Aristidou Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Hauturely: Can you please tell us
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    Maria Aristidou Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Hauturely: Can you please tell us about yourself? Maria: My name is Maria Aristidou, and I am a fashion designer from Cyprus. From the early years of my studies in Economics, I discovered and developed, with a great persistence as a self-learner, my love for fashion design. I first started my designing career with menswear, and then womenswear followed. In 2015, the introduction of my first Autumn/Winter 2015 limited knit scarf collection was the start of a new concept in the Maria Aristidou designs. The magic of knitwear allows me to create and explore various knit patterns with luxurious threads and techniques. Moreover, the craftsmanship of elaborate hand-embroideries adds to the luxury of the uniqueness of Maria Aristidou fabrics for my couture knit evening wear as well as for the luxury knit beachwear for both men and women. After two seasons in luxury Ready To Wear, in July 2016, I deputed my first Couture Collection during the Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week and continue to do so today! Hauturely: How do you feel now that the show is over? Maria: Relieved, sad because it\'s over. The adrenaline from the last four months was high and a great motivator, but I am now feeling the pressure of what will follow regarding sales. Hauturely: What was your favorite piece to make? Maria: Since I specialize in knitwear, making this collection and every collection is the process of its development that I really enjoy. I love the timing while developing and producing the fabrics, color combinations, and hand embroidery designs. Thus, at the end of the day, every piece is unique to me. Hauturely: What difficulties do you have to face and how do you overcome them? Maria: I prefer to mention difficulties as obstacles because I find it easier to be motivated and find ways to overcome them. Raw material limitations in Cyprus and knit machine technicalities are some of the issues that I usually have to face. When it comes to the collection and development difficulties, arise I always try to find what is the next best solution. Sometimes it\'s not the desirable one, but I find ways to incorporate it in a way that is closer to the initial goal. Another obstacle is the budget that is needed every season. It is a challenge that always has to have a plan. Hauturely: Which model or top model would you like to have for your shows? Maria: I don\'t want to name someone, because I enjoy working with models, famous or not. I like when they have a great personality, and that shows many times when we do the fittings. They can be super famous or beginner models, but at the end of the day, the most important factor is how they work with the team and designer and how well they walk on the catwalk. Hauturely: Who do you dream of having front row at your show? Maria: It sounds very cliche, but I would love to have chief editors of magazines, famous bloggers, VIP\'s and last but not least, my parents and friends. It\'s great to feel the support when I am backstage from my people. Hauturely: What characteristics does our brand\'s customers have? Maria: Sophisticated, practical, romantic, sexy, but most importantly a feminine woman that will enjoy wearing Maria Aristidou luxury knit brand. Hauturely: What is your vision of Haute Couture? Maria: Haute Couture is simply magic! It is all about handcrafted, luxury, but in my eyes, it is also about wearability. Being a Couture designer, not a Haute Couture one, every season I try to show something different on my knit fabrics, patterns, embroideries, and in my designs while at the same time being wearable to the market I refer. At first glance, some can say that luxury fashion is all about price, big fashion house products and that it is usually due to high consumer range. Although I believe luxury fashion is more than just looking \"rich.\" Based on my experience a luxury product, its all about its uniqueness, exclusivity, the research, and development to make that product, its craftsmanship, and not just the price or the label name because it is expensive. Luxury is a special product that is made in a smaller number of pieces and not in mass production. The luxury of a product can be defined in its purity and the feeling of something new, something different. In my case, \"knit\" is the new luxury. With all the mentioned above, for all seasons, for many reasons, luxury is misunderstood. written by Lunda Fallon Click HERE to view the full Maria Aristidou Couture Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #mariaaristidou #mariaaristidouarticle #mariaaristidoufw19 #lundafallon #mephistopheles #mephistophelesarticle #hcfw19 #hcfwarticle #interview anBn (2)anBn (3)anBn (4)anBn (5)
    Maria Aristidou Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Hauturely: Can you please tell us
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    Maria Aristidou Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Hauturely: Can you please tell us about yourself? Maria: My name is Maria Aristidou, and I am a fashion designer from Cyprus. From the early years of my studies in Economics, I discovered and developed, with a great persistence as a self-learner, my love for fashion design. I first started my designing career with menswear, and then womenswear followed. In 2015, the introduction of my first Autumn/Winter 2015 limited knit scarf collection was the start of a new concept in the Maria Aristidou designs. The magic of knitwear allows me to create and explore various knit patterns with luxurious threads and techniques. Moreover, the craftsmanship of elaborate hand-embroideries adds to the luxury of the uniqueness of Maria Aristidou fabrics for my couture knit evening wear as well as for the luxury knit beachwear for both men and women. After two seasons in luxury Ready To Wear, in July 2016, I deputed my first Couture Collection during the Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week and continue to do so today! Hauturely: How do you feel now that the show is over? Maria: Relieved, sad because it\'s over. The adrenaline from the last four months was high and a great motivator, but I am now feeling the pressure of what will follow regarding sales. Hauturely: What was your favorite piece to make? Maria: Since I specialize in knitwear, making this collection and every collection is the process of its development that I really enjoy. I love the timing while developing and producing the fabrics, color combinations, and hand embroidery designs. Thus, at the end of the day, every piece is unique to me. Hauturely: What difficulties do you have to face and how do you overcome them? Maria: I prefer to mention difficulties as obstacles because I find it easier to be motivated and find ways to overcome them. Raw material limitations in Cyprus and knit machine technicalities are some of the issues that I usually have to face. When it comes to the collection and development difficulties, arise I always try to find what is the next best solution. Sometimes it\'s not the desirable one, but I find ways to incorporate it in a way that is closer to the initial goal. Another obstacle is the budget that is needed every season. It is a challenge that always has to have a plan. Hauturely: Which model or top model would you like to have for your shows? Maria: I don\'t want to name someone, because I enjoy working with models, famous or not. I like when they have a great personality, and that shows many times when we do the fittings. They can be super famous or beginner models, but at the end of the day, the most important factor is how they work with the team and designer and how well they walk on the catwalk. Hauturely: Who do you dream of having front row at your show? Maria: It sounds very cliche, but I would love to have chief editors of magazines, famous bloggers, VIP\'s and last but not least, my parents and friends. It\'s great to feel the support when I am backstage from my people. Hauturely: What characteristics does our brand\'s customers have? Maria: Sophisticated, practical, romantic, sexy, but most importantly a feminine woman that will enjoy wearing Maria Aristidou luxury knit brand. Hauturely: What is your vision of Haute Couture? Maria: Haute Couture is simply magic! It is all about handcrafted, luxury, but in my eyes, it is also about wearability. Being a Couture designer, not a Haute Couture one, every season I try to show something different on my knit fabrics, patterns, embroideries, and in my designs while at the same time being wearable to the market I refer. At first glance, some can say that luxury fashion is all about price, big fashion house products and that it is usually due to high consumer range. Although I believe luxury fashion is more than just looking \"rich.\" Based on my experience a luxury product, its all about its uniqueness, exclusivity, the research, and development to make that product, its craftsmanship, and not just the price or the label name because it is expensive. Luxury is a special product that is made in a smaller number of pieces and not in mass production. The luxury of a product can be defined in its purity and the feeling of something new, something different. In my case, \"knit\" is the new luxury. With all the mentioned above, for all seasons, for many reasons, luxury is misunderstood. written by Lunda Fallon Click HERE to view the full Maria Aristidou Couture Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #mariaaristidou #mariaaristidouarticle #mariaaristidoufw19 #lundafallon #mephistopheles #mephistophelesarticle #hcfw19 #hcfwarticle #interview anBn (2)anBn (3)anBn (4)anBn (5)
    Maria Aristidou Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Hauturely: Can you please tell us
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    Maria Aristidou Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Hauturely: Can you please tell us about yourself? Maria: My name is Maria Aristidou, and I am a fashion designer from Cyprus. From the early years of my studies in Economics, I discovered and developed, with a great persistence as a self-learner, my love for fashion design. I first started my designing career with menswear, and then womenswear followed. In 2015, the introduction of my first Autumn/Winter 2015 limited knit scarf collection was the start of a new concept in the Maria Aristidou designs. The magic of knitwear allows me to create and explore various knit patterns with luxurious threads and techniques. Moreover, the craftsmanship of elaborate hand-embroideries adds to the luxury of the uniqueness of Maria Aristidou fabrics for my couture knit evening wear as well as for the luxury knit beachwear for both men and women. After two seasons in luxury Ready To Wear, in July 2016, I deputed my first Couture Collection during the Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week and continue to do so today! Hauturely: How do you feel now that the show is over? Maria: Relieved, sad because it\'s over. The adrenaline from the last four months was high and a great motivator, but I am now feeling the pressure of what will follow regarding sales. Hauturely: What was your favorite piece to make? Maria: Since I specialize in knitwear, making this collection and every collection is the process of its development that I really enjoy. I love the timing while developing and producing the fabrics, color combinations, and hand embroidery designs. Thus, at the end of the day, every piece is unique to me. Hauturely: What difficulties do you have to face and how do you overcome them? Maria: I prefer to mention difficulties as obstacles because I find it easier to be motivated and find ways to overcome them. Raw material limitations in Cyprus and knit machine technicalities are some of the issues that I usually have to face. When it comes to the collection and development difficulties, arise I always try to find what is the next best solution. Sometimes it\'s not the desirable one, but I find ways to incorporate it in a way that is closer to the initial goal. Another obstacle is the budget that is needed every season. It is a challenge that always has to have a plan. Hauturely: Which model or top model would you like to have for your shows? Maria: I don\'t want to name someone, because I enjoy working with models, famous or not. I like when they have a great personality, and that shows many times when we do the fittings. They can be super famous or beginner models, but at the end of the day, the most important factor is how they work with the team and designer and how well they walk on the catwalk. Hauturely: Who do you dream of having front row at your show? Maria: It sounds very cliche, but I would love to have chief editors of magazines, famous bloggers, VIP\'s and last but not least, my parents and friends. It\'s great to feel the support when I am backstage from my people. Hauturely: What characteristics does our brand\'s customers have? Maria: Sophisticated, practical, romantic, sexy, but most importantly a feminine woman that will enjoy wearing Maria Aristidou luxury knit brand. Hauturely: What is your vision of Haute Couture? Maria: Haute Couture is simply magic! It is all about handcrafted, luxury, but in my eyes, it is also about wearability. Being a Couture designer, not a Haute Couture one, every season I try to show something different on my knit fabrics, patterns, embroideries, and in my designs while at the same time being wearable to the market I refer. At first glance, some can say that luxury fashion is all about price, big fashion house products and that it is usually due to high consumer range. Although I believe luxury fashion is more than just looking \"rich.\" Based on my experience a luxury product, its all about its uniqueness, exclusivity, the research, and development to make that product, its craftsmanship, and not just the price or the label name because it is expensive. Luxury is a special product that is made in a smaller number of pieces and not in mass production. The luxury of a product can be defined in its purity and the feeling of something new, something different. In my case, \"knit\" is the new luxury. With all the mentioned above, for all seasons, for many reasons, luxury is misunderstood. written by Lunda Fallon Click HERE to view the full Maria Aristidou Couture Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #mariaaristidou #mariaaristidouarticle #mariaaristidoufw19 #lundafallon #mephistopheles #mephistophelesarticle #hcfw19 #hcfwarticle #interview anBn (2)anBn (3)anBn (4)anBn (5)
    Maria Aristidou Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Hauturely: Can you please tell us
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    Negris Lebrum Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week
    On a chilly, snowy Sunday evening at a satellite location to the masses of presentations occurring at Spring Studios, or Pier 59, Negris LeBrum presented their newest collection representing a true return to form for the designer. The line, NEGRIS, did not stray far from its love of…[Read more]

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    Negris Lebrum Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week On a chilly, snowy Sunday evening at a satellite location to the masses of presentations occurring at Spring Studios, or Pier 59, Negris LeBrum presented their newest collection representing a true return to form for the designer. The line, NEGRIS, did not stray far from its love of head-to-toe black, which can often fall flat on the runway, but worked texturally here. The collection, heavily influenced by suiting and some intriguing interpretation on the “power suit”, veered towards modesty: high necklines and buttoned-up wrists were common, though the collection stayed modern with its use of balance. What kept the show interesting and surprising, was that in the intermissions between all-black looks, such looks as the high-waist trouser in large-print blue plaid, and the imaginative grey suit with a high neckline and front button closure were shown. The most intriguing look, however, was the black cape ensemble over a black dress with a long-sleeve black bodice, that solidified the brand’s slogan, “Lenoir est Jolie,” as the collection made a powerful showing of the color black and what can be produced when it comes together with an innovative designer. For this collection, Lebrum teamed up with EUMERIKA to bring curvier models in designs made with their curves in mind. Just in time for Fall Negris LeBrum has launched Negris Cosmetics. Venturing into beauty and color they have launched eyes, cheeks and face choices. For their eye collection they have a black lash mascara and a set of eye shadows in yellow, berrys, brows and natural shades. For their lip collection they have a clear lip gloss and a ruby chocolate matte lipstick, in a fancy bottle with a handle that would make any cosmetic line envious, ruby chocolate is the perfect shade that compliments any skin tone. For their cheek collection they have a quad set of bronzer and highlighters and a blush palette with 9 choices, one a bright red and another a hot pink offering several shades in between. Negris Cosmetics is a new beauty line to indulge yourself with this upcoming fall season. written by Francis Lamar Click HERE to view the full Negris Lebrum Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #negrislebrum #negrislebrumarticle #negrislebrumfw19 #fw19 #francislamar #nyfw #nyfwarticleNegris+Lebrum+Fall+2019+BGv1XXVgMs5xNegris+Lebrum+Fall+2019+iEfqvLNP1HKxNegris+Lebrum+Fall+2019+ObhCzI3-uHRxNegris+Lebrum+Fall+2019+ZzBIBkwHooMx
    Negris Lebrum Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week On a chilly, snowy Sunday evening at a s
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    Negris Lebrum Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week On a chilly, snowy Sunday evening at a satellite location to the masses of presentations occurring at Spring Studios, or Pier 59, Negris LeBrum presented their newest collection representing a true return to form for the designer. The line, NEGRIS, did not stray far from its love of head-to-toe black, which can often fall flat on the runway, but worked texturally here. The collection, heavily influenced by suiting and some intriguing interpretation on the “power suit”, veered towards modesty: high necklines and buttoned-up wrists were common, though the collection stayed modern with its use of balance. What kept the show interesting and surprising, was that in the intermissions between all-black looks, such looks as the high-waist trouser in large-print blue plaid, and the imaginative grey suit with a high neckline and front button closure were shown. The most intriguing look, however, was the black cape ensemble over a black dress with a long-sleeve black bodice, that solidified the brand’s slogan, “Lenoir est Jolie,” as the collection made a powerful showing of the color black and what can be produced when it comes together with an innovative designer. For this collection, Lebrum teamed up with EUMERIKA to bring curvier models in designs made with their curves in mind. Just in time for Fall Negris LeBrum has launched Negris Cosmetics. Venturing into beauty and color they have launched eyes, cheeks and face choices. For their eye collection they have a black lash mascara and a set of eye shadows in yellow, berrys, brows and natural shades. For their lip collection they have a clear lip gloss and a ruby chocolate matte lipstick, in a fancy bottle with a handle that would make any cosmetic line envious, ruby chocolate is the perfect shade that compliments any skin tone. For their cheek collection they have a quad set of bronzer and highlighters and a blush palette with 9 choices, one a bright red and another a hot pink offering several shades in between. Negris Cosmetics is a new beauty line to indulge yourself with this upcoming fall season. written by Francis Lamar Click HERE to view the full Negris Lebrum Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #negrislebrum #negrislebrumarticle #negrislebrumfw19 #fw19 #francislamar #nyfw #nyfwarticleNegris+Lebrum+Fall+2019+BGv1XXVgMs5xNegris+Lebrum+Fall+2019+iEfqvLNP1HKxNegris+Lebrum+Fall+2019+ObhCzI3-uHRxNegris+Lebrum+Fall+2019+ZzBIBkwHooMx
    Negris Lebrum Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week On a chilly, snowy Sunday evening at a s
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    Negris Lebrum Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week On a chilly, snowy Sunday evening at a satellite location to the masses of presentations occurring at Spring Studios, or Pier 59, Negris LeBrum presented their newest collection representing a true return to form for the designer. The line, NEGRIS, did not stray far from its love of head-to-toe black, which can often fall flat on the runway, but worked texturally here. The collection, heavily influenced by suiting and some intriguing interpretation on the “power suit”, veered towards modesty: high necklines and buttoned-up wrists were common, though the collection stayed modern with its use of balance. What kept the show interesting and surprising, was that in the intermissions between all-black looks, such looks as the high-waist trouser in large-print blue plaid, and the imaginative grey suit with a high neckline and front button closure were shown. The most intriguing look, however, was the black cape ensemble over a black dress with a long-sleeve black bodice, that solidified the brand’s slogan, “Lenoir est Jolie,” as the collection made a powerful showing of the color black and what can be produced when it comes together with an innovative designer. For this collection, Lebrum teamed up with EUMERIKA to bring curvier models in designs made with their curves in mind. Just in time for Fall Negris LeBrum has launched Negris Cosmetics. Venturing into beauty and color they have launched eyes, cheeks and face choices. For their eye collection they have a black lash mascara and a set of eye shadows in yellow, berrys, brows and natural shades. For their lip collection they have a clear lip gloss and a ruby chocolate matte lipstick, in a fancy bottle with a handle that would make any cosmetic line envious, ruby chocolate is the perfect shade that compliments any skin tone. For their cheek collection they have a quad set of bronzer and highlighters and a blush palette with 9 choices, one a bright red and another a hot pink offering several shades in between. Negris Cosmetics is a new beauty line to indulge yourself with this upcoming fall season. written by Francis Lamar Click HERE to view the full Negris Lebrum Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #negrislebrum #negrislebrumarticle #negrislebrumfw19 #fw19 #francislamar #nyfw #nyfwarticleNegris+Lebrum+Fall+2019+BGv1XXVgMs5xNegris+Lebrum+Fall+2019+iEfqvLNP1HKxNegris+Lebrum+Fall+2019+ObhCzI3-uHRxNegris+Lebrum+Fall+2019+ZzBIBkwHooMx
    Negris Lebrum Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week On a chilly, snowy Sunday evening at a s
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    Negris Lebrum Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week On a chilly, snowy Sunday evening at a satellite location to the masses of presentations occurring at Spring Studios, or Pier 59, Negris LeBrum presented their newest collection representing a true return to form for the designer. The line, NEGRIS, did not stray far from its love of head-to-toe black, which can often fall flat on the runway, but worked texturally here. The collection, heavily influenced by suiting and some intriguing interpretation on the “power suit”, veered towards modesty: high necklines and buttoned-up wrists were common, though the collection stayed modern with its use of balance. What kept the show interesting and surprising, was that in the intermissions between all-black looks, such looks as the high-waist trouser in large-print blue plaid, and the imaginative grey suit with a high neckline and front button closure were shown. The most intriguing look, however, was the black cape ensemble over a black dress with a long-sleeve black bodice, that solidified the brand’s slogan, “Lenoir est Jolie,” as the collection made a powerful showing of the color black and what can be produced when it comes together with an innovative designer. For this collection, Lebrum teamed up with EUMERIKA to bring curvier models in designs made with their curves in mind. Just in time for Fall Negris LeBrum has launched Negris Cosmetics. Venturing into beauty and color they have launched eyes, cheeks and face choices. For their eye collection they have a black lash mascara and a set of eye shadows in yellow, berrys, brows and natural shades. For their lip collection they have a clear lip gloss and a ruby chocolate matte lipstick, in a fancy bottle with a handle that would make any cosmetic line envious, ruby chocolate is the perfect shade that compliments any skin tone. For their cheek collection they have a quad set of bronzer and highlighters and a blush palette with 9 choices, one a bright red and another a hot pink offering several shades in between. Negris Cosmetics is a new beauty line to indulge yourself with this upcoming fall season. written by Francis Lamar Click HERE to view the full Negris Lebrum Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #negrislebrum #negrislebrumarticle #negrislebrumfw19 #fw19 #francislamar #nyfw #nyfwarticleNegris+Lebrum+Fall+2019+BGv1XXVgMs5xNegris+Lebrum+Fall+2019+iEfqvLNP1HKxNegris+Lebrum+Fall+2019+ObhCzI3-uHRxNegris+Lebrum+Fall+2019+ZzBIBkwHooMx
    Negris Lebrum Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week On a chilly, snowy Sunday evening at a s
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    Global Fashion Collective Fall Winter 2019 at New York Fashion Week
    Global Fashion Collective was created by our friends at Vancouver Fashion Week. They aim to support on the rise fashion designers by building their presence globally. They show at several locations around the world, including London, Paris and Tokoy. Held at the well known Pier 59…[Read more]

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    Global Fashion Collective Fall Winter 2019 at New York Fashion Week Global Fashion Collective was created by our friends at Vancouver Fashion Week. They aim to support on the rise fashion designers by building their presence globally. They show at several locations around the world, including London, Paris and Tokoy. Held at the well known Pier 59 Studios, this Fall Winter 2019 season Global Fashion Collective returns to present six different fashion designers: Faun Studio, Kirsten Ley, Erxi X Mrhua Mrshua, M.E. by Michelle Elizabeth, Queenie Zoe and Hightli. Our favorites were Faun Studio and Kirsten Ley. Faun Studio by Marisa P. Clark is a Canadian based brand. Her focus is on elegance, sophistication and timelessness. Using colors like royal shades of red and blue, aqua, blush pink and black are incorporated. Fabrics used like velvet and suede gave the collection a luxurious feel. Models were carrying a small group of Baby’s Breath flowers enhancing the feel of the collection. Another Canadian based designer Kirsten Ley is showing her collection but this season is a hallmark for her. She is redebuting her company as a Parisian fashion house. Using Parisian techniques, elements and trends she also adds various couture techniques to add another level of high fashion to her collection. Pieces shown were avant-garde in shape and design. The collection provoked emotion and left the audience wanting more. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Global Fashion Collective Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #globalfashioncollective #globalfashioncollectivearticle #globalfashioncollectivefw19 #vfw #fw19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #ebconsultsworldwide #ebconsultsworldwidearticle hauturely_faun0001hauturely_faun0019hauturely_kirsten-ley0060hauturely_kristine-ley0321
    Global Fashion Collective Fall Winter 2019 at New York Fashion Week Global Fashion Collective was cr
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    Global Fashion Collective Fall Winter 2019 at New York Fashion Week Global Fashion Collective was created by our friends at Vancouver Fashion Week. They aim to support on the rise fashion designers by building their presence globally. They show at several locations around the world, including London, Paris and Tokoy. Held at the well known Pier 59 Studios, this Fall Winter 2019 season Global Fashion Collective returns to present six different fashion designers: Faun Studio, Kirsten Ley, Erxi X Mrhua Mrshua, M.E. by Michelle Elizabeth, Queenie Zoe and Hightli. Our favorites were Faun Studio and Kirsten Ley. Faun Studio by Marisa P. Clark is a Canadian based brand. Her focus is on elegance, sophistication and timelessness. Using colors like royal shades of red and blue, aqua, blush pink and black are incorporated. Fabrics used like velvet and suede gave the collection a luxurious feel. Models were carrying a small group of Baby’s Breath flowers enhancing the feel of the collection. Another Canadian based designer Kirsten Ley is showing her collection but this season is a hallmark for her. She is redebuting her company as a Parisian fashion house. Using Parisian techniques, elements and trends she also adds various couture techniques to add another level of high fashion to her collection. Pieces shown were avant-garde in shape and design. The collection provoked emotion and left the audience wanting more. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Global Fashion Collective Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #globalfashioncollective #globalfashioncollectivearticle #globalfashioncollectivefw19 #vfw #fw19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #ebconsultsworldwide #ebconsultsworldwidearticle hauturely_faun0001hauturely_faun0019hauturely_kirsten-ley0060hauturely_kristine-ley0321
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    Global Fashion Collective Fall Winter 2019 at New York Fashion Week Global Fashion Collective was created by our friends at Vancouver Fashion Week. They aim to support on the rise fashion designers by building their presence globally. They show at several locations around the world, including London, Paris and Tokoy. Held at the well known Pier 59 Studios, this Fall Winter 2019 season Global Fashion Collective returns to present six different fashion designers: Faun Studio, Kirsten Ley, Erxi X Mrhua Mrshua, M.E. by Michelle Elizabeth, Queenie Zoe and Hightli. Our favorites were Faun Studio and Kirsten Ley. Faun Studio by Marisa P. Clark is a Canadian based brand. Her focus is on elegance, sophistication and timelessness. Using colors like royal shades of red and blue, aqua, blush pink and black are incorporated. Fabrics used like velvet and suede gave the collection a luxurious feel. Models were carrying a small group of Baby’s Breath flowers enhancing the feel of the collection. Another Canadian based designer Kirsten Ley is showing her collection but this season is a hallmark for her. She is redebuting her company as a Parisian fashion house. Using Parisian techniques, elements and trends she also adds various couture techniques to add another level of high fashion to her collection. Pieces shown were avant-garde in shape and design. The collection provoked emotion and left the audience wanting more. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Global Fashion Collective Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #globalfashioncollective #globalfashioncollectivearticle #globalfashioncollectivefw19 #vfw #fw19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #ebconsultsworldwide #ebconsultsworldwidearticle hauturely_faun0001hauturely_faun0019hauturely_kirsten-ley0060hauturely_kristine-ley0321
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    Global Fashion Collective Fall Winter 2019 at New York Fashion Week Global Fashion Collective was created by our friends at Vancouver Fashion Week. They aim to support on the rise fashion designers by building their presence globally. They show at several locations around the world, including London, Paris and Tokoy. Held at the well known Pier 59 Studios, this Fall Winter 2019 season Global Fashion Collective returns to present six different fashion designers: Faun Studio, Kirsten Ley, Erxi X Mrhua Mrshua, M.E. by Michelle Elizabeth, Queenie Zoe and Hightli. Our favorites were Faun Studio and Kirsten Ley. Faun Studio by Marisa P. Clark is a Canadian based brand. Her focus is on elegance, sophistication and timelessness. Using colors like royal shades of red and blue, aqua, blush pink and black are incorporated. Fabrics used like velvet and suede gave the collection a luxurious feel. Models were carrying a small group of Baby’s Breath flowers enhancing the feel of the collection. Another Canadian based designer Kirsten Ley is showing her collection but this season is a hallmark for her. She is redebuting her company as a Parisian fashion house. Using Parisian techniques, elements and trends she also adds various couture techniques to add another level of high fashion to her collection. Pieces shown were avant-garde in shape and design. The collection provoked emotion and left the audience wanting more. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Global Fashion Collective Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #globalfashioncollective #globalfashioncollectivearticle #globalfashioncollectivefw19 #vfw #fw19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #ebconsultsworldwide #ebconsultsworldwidearticle hauturely_faun0001hauturely_faun0019hauturely_kirsten-ley0060hauturely_kristine-ley0321
    Global Fashion Collective Fall Winter 2019 at New York Fashion Week Global Fashion Collective was cr
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 1 year, 4 months ago

    Fashion Hong Kong Fall Winter 2019 at New York Fashion Week
    On Friday, February 8, 2019 presented at a top NYFW location, Industria Studios, the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, Fashion Hong Kong traveled to allow three of their designers to show during New York Fashion Week. This season they are presenting designers 112 mountainyam,…[Read more]

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    Fashion Hong Kong Fall Winter 2019 at New York Fashion Week On Friday, February 8, 2019 presented at a top NYFW location, Industria Studios, the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, Fashion Hong Kong traveled to allow three of their designers to show during New York Fashion Week. This season they are presenting designers 112 mountainyam, Anveglosa, and Heaven Please+. After receiving a Masters degree from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University in Fashion Design, designer Mountain Yam created brands 112 mountainyam, a ready to wear collection and MYam Atelier a made to order couture collection. Over the years Yam has received many fashion awards and participated in a designer showcase tour. For this season 112 mountainyam presented an original take on camo prints. Instead of using traditional camo colors, designer Yam has created camo prints made of deep blue, kelly green, mint and yellow. Pieces in the collection were well tailored to give a luxurious shape and look. Also showing was another brand we have seen before, Anveglosa. With nearly 30 years of experience in the fashion industry, Annette Chan decided to develop her own fashion line in 2007. She focused on tailoring and use of leathers throughout the collection. For this season Anveglosa produced monotone looks either in white or black. Various skirts made of tulle added flow and femininity while trench coats made of leather presented a slight touch of rock and roll. Cabbie hats were added to all models in black monotone looks which gave extra uniformity to the collection. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Fashion Hong Kong Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #fashionhongkong #fashionhongkongarticle #fashionhongkongfw19 #fw19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle DSC_5799-768x1151DSC_5824-768x1151DSC_5960-768x1151DSC_6154-768x1151
    Fashion Hong Kong Fall Winter 2019 at New York Fashion Week On Friday, February 8, 2019 presented at
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    Fashion Hong Kong Fall Winter 2019 at New York Fashion Week On Friday, February 8, 2019 presented at a top NYFW location, Industria Studios, the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, Fashion Hong Kong traveled to allow three of their designers to show during New York Fashion Week. This season they are presenting designers 112 mountainyam, Anveglosa, and Heaven Please+. After receiving a Masters degree from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University in Fashion Design, designer Mountain Yam created brands 112 mountainyam, a ready to wear collection and MYam Atelier a made to order couture collection. Over the years Yam has received many fashion awards and participated in a designer showcase tour. For this season 112 mountainyam presented an original take on camo prints. Instead of using traditional camo colors, designer Yam has created camo prints made of deep blue, kelly green, mint and yellow. Pieces in the collection were well tailored to give a luxurious shape and look. Also showing was another brand we have seen before, Anveglosa. With nearly 30 years of experience in the fashion industry, Annette Chan decided to develop her own fashion line in 2007. She focused on tailoring and use of leathers throughout the collection. For this season Anveglosa produced monotone looks either in white or black. Various skirts made of tulle added flow and femininity while trench coats made of leather presented a slight touch of rock and roll. Cabbie hats were added to all models in black monotone looks which gave extra uniformity to the collection. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Fashion Hong Kong Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #fashionhongkong #fashionhongkongarticle #fashionhongkongfw19 #fw19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle DSC_5799-768x1151DSC_5824-768x1151DSC_5960-768x1151DSC_6154-768x1151
    Fashion Hong Kong Fall Winter 2019 at New York Fashion Week On Friday, February 8, 2019 presented at
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    Fashion Hong Kong Fall Winter 2019 at New York Fashion Week On Friday, February 8, 2019 presented at a top NYFW location, Industria Studios, the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, Fashion Hong Kong traveled to allow three of their designers to show during New York Fashion Week. This season they are presenting designers 112 mountainyam, Anveglosa, and Heaven Please+. After receiving a Masters degree from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University in Fashion Design, designer Mountain Yam created brands 112 mountainyam, a ready to wear collection and MYam Atelier a made to order couture collection. Over the years Yam has received many fashion awards and participated in a designer showcase tour. For this season 112 mountainyam presented an original take on camo prints. Instead of using traditional camo colors, designer Yam has created camo prints made of deep blue, kelly green, mint and yellow. Pieces in the collection were well tailored to give a luxurious shape and look. Also showing was another brand we have seen before, Anveglosa. With nearly 30 years of experience in the fashion industry, Annette Chan decided to develop her own fashion line in 2007. She focused on tailoring and use of leathers throughout the collection. For this season Anveglosa produced monotone looks either in white or black. Various skirts made of tulle added flow and femininity while trench coats made of leather presented a slight touch of rock and roll. Cabbie hats were added to all models in black monotone looks which gave extra uniformity to the collection. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Fashion Hong Kong Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #fashionhongkong #fashionhongkongarticle #fashionhongkongfw19 #fw19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle DSC_5799-768x1151DSC_5824-768x1151DSC_5960-768x1151DSC_6154-768x1151
    Fashion Hong Kong Fall Winter 2019 at New York Fashion Week On Friday, February 8, 2019 presented at
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    Fashion Hong Kong Fall Winter 2019 at New York Fashion Week On Friday, February 8, 2019 presented at a top NYFW location, Industria Studios, the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, Fashion Hong Kong traveled to allow three of their designers to show during New York Fashion Week. This season they are presenting designers 112 mountainyam, Anveglosa, and Heaven Please+. After receiving a Masters degree from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University in Fashion Design, designer Mountain Yam created brands 112 mountainyam, a ready to wear collection and MYam Atelier a made to order couture collection. Over the years Yam has received many fashion awards and participated in a designer showcase tour. For this season 112 mountainyam presented an original take on camo prints. Instead of using traditional camo colors, designer Yam has created camo prints made of deep blue, kelly green, mint and yellow. Pieces in the collection were well tailored to give a luxurious shape and look. Also showing was another brand we have seen before, Anveglosa. With nearly 30 years of experience in the fashion industry, Annette Chan decided to develop her own fashion line in 2007. She focused on tailoring and use of leathers throughout the collection. For this season Anveglosa produced monotone looks either in white or black. Various skirts made of tulle added flow and femininity while trench coats made of leather presented a slight touch of rock and roll. Cabbie hats were added to all models in black monotone looks which gave extra uniformity to the collection. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Fashion Hong Kong Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #fashionhongkong #fashionhongkongarticle #fashionhongkongfw19 #fw19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle DSC_5799-768x1151DSC_5824-768x1151DSC_5960-768x1151DSC_6154-768x1151
    Fashion Hong Kong Fall Winter 2019 at New York Fashion Week On Friday, February 8, 2019 presented at
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    Just In XX Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week
    Justin Yu-Ying Chou is the designer of his own brand Just In XX. He studied at Domus Academy School of Design in Italy and the University of Wales where he earned a Masters in Fashion Design. In just a few years, he had earned several fashion awards honoring him and his designs. His…[Read more]

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    Just In XX Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Justin Yu-Ying Chou is the designer of his own brand Just In XX. He studied at Domus Academy School of Design in Italy and the University of Wales where he earned a Masters in Fashion Design. In just a few years, he had earned several fashion awards honoring him and his designs. His collections are very urban. They have a lot of street style to them. Justin Yu-Ying Chou often chooses to focus on Chinese and Western cultures. For this season he has titled his collection F@$HITION. This latest collection blends modern fashion designs with art, and this is done in a very stylish and trendy way. Having both men and women walk in the show, he encompasses one of the newest trends for collections. This collection has several genderless aspects. Button down tops, jeans, blazers, sweatsuits, all have somewhat of a masculine cut to them. Details were evident in each piece. Some of the items had the title of the show written on them, F@$HITION, while other pieces had the brand name written on the outside. A look I loved on the runway was jeans over jeans: the model had on a lighter pair of jeans with cutouts around the knee and on top were another pair of darker jeans with a much larger cutout going from the waist to just past the knees. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Just In XX Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #justinxx #justinxxarticle #justinxxss19 #ss19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #companyagenda #companyagendaarticle anBn (14)anBn (13)anBn (12)anBn (11)
    Just In XX Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Justin Yu-Ying Chou is the designer of hi
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    Just In XX Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Justin Yu-Ying Chou is the designer of his own brand Just In XX. He studied at Domus Academy School of Design in Italy and the University of Wales where he earned a Masters in Fashion Design. In just a few years, he had earned several fashion awards honoring him and his designs. His collections are very urban. They have a lot of street style to them. Justin Yu-Ying Chou often chooses to focus on Chinese and Western cultures. For this season he has titled his collection F@$HITION. This latest collection blends modern fashion designs with art, and this is done in a very stylish and trendy way. Having both men and women walk in the show, he encompasses one of the newest trends for collections. This collection has several genderless aspects. Button down tops, jeans, blazers, sweatsuits, all have somewhat of a masculine cut to them. Details were evident in each piece. Some of the items had the title of the show written on them, F@$HITION, while other pieces had the brand name written on the outside. A look I loved on the runway was jeans over jeans: the model had on a lighter pair of jeans with cutouts around the knee and on top were another pair of darker jeans with a much larger cutout going from the waist to just past the knees. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Just In XX Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #justinxx #justinxxarticle #justinxxss19 #ss19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #companyagenda #companyagendaarticle anBn (14)anBn (13)anBn (12)anBn (11)
    Just In XX Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Justin Yu-Ying Chou is the designer of hi
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    Just In XX Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Justin Yu-Ying Chou is the designer of his own brand Just In XX. He studied at Domus Academy School of Design in Italy and the University of Wales where he earned a Masters in Fashion Design. In just a few years, he had earned several fashion awards honoring him and his designs. His collections are very urban. They have a lot of street style to them. Justin Yu-Ying Chou often chooses to focus on Chinese and Western cultures. For this season he has titled his collection F@$HITION. This latest collection blends modern fashion designs with art, and this is done in a very stylish and trendy way. Having both men and women walk in the show, he encompasses one of the newest trends for collections. This collection has several genderless aspects. Button down tops, jeans, blazers, sweatsuits, all have somewhat of a masculine cut to them. Details were evident in each piece. Some of the items had the title of the show written on them, F@$HITION, while other pieces had the brand name written on the outside. A look I loved on the runway was jeans over jeans: the model had on a lighter pair of jeans with cutouts around the knee and on top were another pair of darker jeans with a much larger cutout going from the waist to just past the knees. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Just In XX Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #justinxx #justinxxarticle #justinxxss19 #ss19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #companyagenda #companyagendaarticle anBn (14)anBn (13)anBn (12)anBn (11)
    Just In XX Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Justin Yu-Ying Chou is the designer of hi
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    Just In XX Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Justin Yu-Ying Chou is the designer of his own brand Just In XX. He studied at Domus Academy School of Design in Italy and the University of Wales where he earned a Masters in Fashion Design. In just a few years, he had earned several fashion awards honoring him and his designs. His collections are very urban. They have a lot of street style to them. Justin Yu-Ying Chou often chooses to focus on Chinese and Western cultures. For this season he has titled his collection F@$HITION. This latest collection blends modern fashion designs with art, and this is done in a very stylish and trendy way. Having both men and women walk in the show, he encompasses one of the newest trends for collections. This collection has several genderless aspects. Button down tops, jeans, blazers, sweatsuits, all have somewhat of a masculine cut to them. Details were evident in each piece. Some of the items had the title of the show written on them, F@$HITION, while other pieces had the brand name written on the outside. A look I loved on the runway was jeans over jeans: the model had on a lighter pair of jeans with cutouts around the knee and on top were another pair of darker jeans with a much larger cutout going from the waist to just past the knees. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Just In XX Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #justinxx #justinxxarticle #justinxxss19 #ss19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #companyagenda #companyagendaarticle anBn (14)anBn (13)anBn (12)anBn (11)
    Just In XX Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Justin Yu-Ying Chou is the designer of hi
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 1 year, 5 months ago

    Out of this World at Yuima Nakazato Spring Summer 2018 during Haute Couture Fashion Week
    Yuima Nakazato was born in Japan in 1985. His mother was a jeweler and his father was a sculptor. Growing up Nakazato was surrounded by art and creativity. He taught himself to sew and design clothes at a young age. Nakazato went to design school, and was the…[Read more]

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    Out of this World at Yuima Nakazato Spring Summer 2018 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Yuima Nakazato was born in Japan in 1985. His mother was a jeweler and his father was a sculptor. Growing up Nakazato was surrounded by art and creativity. He taught himself to sew and design clothes at a young age. Nakazato went to design school, and was the youngest to graduate in his class. He was awarded with the Innovation Award by Ann Demeulemeester. A few years after graduation Nakazato presented his first runway show in Tokyo’s Yoyogi National Gymnasium. Let’s take a trip to outer space, but make it fashion. On January 23, 2018 Nakazato presented his couture runway collection and it was out of this world! Buzz Lightyear would have defiantly approved! From spacesuits to long hooded capes with iridescent visors, Nakazato used recycled materials from airbags, parachutes and other protective gear to design this collection. Not only does Yuima Nakazato have an artistic fashion sense that is totally from another planet, but his designs are sustainable! Now that’s fashion forward thinking! “Eventually, each and every garment will be unique and different.” – Yuima Nakazato written by Kia Danielle Click HERE to view the full Yuima Nakazato Spring Summer 2018 collection. #article #yuimanakazato #yuimanakazatoarticle #yuimanakazatoss18 #kiadanielle #hcfw #hcfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_yuima-nakazato-hc-ss18-15hauturely_yuima-nakazato-hc-ss18-13hauturely_yuima-nakazato-hc-ss18-5-1hauturely_yuima-nakazato-hc-ss18-1
    Out of this World at Yuima Nakazato Spring Summer 2018 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Yuima Nakaz
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    Out of this World at Yuima Nakazato Spring Summer 2018 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Yuima Nakazato was born in Japan in 1985. His mother was a jeweler and his father was a sculptor. Growing up Nakazato was surrounded by art and creativity. He taught himself to sew and design clothes at a young age. Nakazato went to design school, and was the youngest to graduate in his class. He was awarded with the Innovation Award by Ann Demeulemeester. A few years after graduation Nakazato presented his first runway show in Tokyo’s Yoyogi National Gymnasium. Let’s take a trip to outer space, but make it fashion. On January 23, 2018 Nakazato presented his couture runway collection and it was out of this world! Buzz Lightyear would have defiantly approved! From spacesuits to long hooded capes with iridescent visors, Nakazato used recycled materials from airbags, parachutes and other protective gear to design this collection. Not only does Yuima Nakazato have an artistic fashion sense that is totally from another planet, but his designs are sustainable! Now that’s fashion forward thinking! “Eventually, each and every garment will be unique and different.” – Yuima Nakazato written by Kia Danielle Click HERE to view the full Yuima Nakazato Spring Summer 2018 collection. #article #yuimanakazato #yuimanakazatoarticle #yuimanakazatoss18 #kiadanielle #hcfw #hcfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_yuima-nakazato-hc-ss18-15hauturely_yuima-nakazato-hc-ss18-13hauturely_yuima-nakazato-hc-ss18-5-1hauturely_yuima-nakazato-hc-ss18-1
    Out of this World at Yuima Nakazato Spring Summer 2018 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Yuima Nakaz
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    Out of this World at Yuima Nakazato Spring Summer 2018 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Yuima Nakazato was born in Japan in 1985. His mother was a jeweler and his father was a sculptor. Growing up Nakazato was surrounded by art and creativity. He taught himself to sew and design clothes at a young age. Nakazato went to design school, and was the youngest to graduate in his class. He was awarded with the Innovation Award by Ann Demeulemeester. A few years after graduation Nakazato presented his first runway show in Tokyo’s Yoyogi National Gymnasium. Let’s take a trip to outer space, but make it fashion. On January 23, 2018 Nakazato presented his couture runway collection and it was out of this world! Buzz Lightyear would have defiantly approved! From spacesuits to long hooded capes with iridescent visors, Nakazato used recycled materials from airbags, parachutes and other protective gear to design this collection. Not only does Yuima Nakazato have an artistic fashion sense that is totally from another planet, but his designs are sustainable! Now that’s fashion forward thinking! “Eventually, each and every garment will be unique and different.” – Yuima Nakazato written by Kia Danielle Click HERE to view the full Yuima Nakazato Spring Summer 2018 collection. #article #yuimanakazato #yuimanakazatoarticle #yuimanakazatoss18 #kiadanielle #hcfw #hcfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_yuima-nakazato-hc-ss18-15hauturely_yuima-nakazato-hc-ss18-13hauturely_yuima-nakazato-hc-ss18-5-1hauturely_yuima-nakazato-hc-ss18-1
    Out of this World at Yuima Nakazato Spring Summer 2018 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Yuima Nakaz
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    Out of this World at Yuima Nakazato Spring Summer 2018 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Yuima Nakazato was born in Japan in 1985. His mother was a jeweler and his father was a sculptor. Growing up Nakazato was surrounded by art and creativity. He taught himself to sew and design clothes at a young age. Nakazato went to design school, and was the youngest to graduate in his class. He was awarded with the Innovation Award by Ann Demeulemeester. A few years after graduation Nakazato presented his first runway show in Tokyo’s Yoyogi National Gymnasium. Let’s take a trip to outer space, but make it fashion. On January 23, 2018 Nakazato presented his couture runway collection and it was out of this world! Buzz Lightyear would have defiantly approved! From spacesuits to long hooded capes with iridescent visors, Nakazato used recycled materials from airbags, parachutes and other protective gear to design this collection. Not only does Yuima Nakazato have an artistic fashion sense that is totally from another planet, but his designs are sustainable! Now that’s fashion forward thinking! “Eventually, each and every garment will be unique and different.” – Yuima Nakazato written by Kia Danielle Click HERE to view the full Yuima Nakazato Spring Summer 2018 collection. #article #yuimanakazato #yuimanakazatoarticle #yuimanakazatoss18 #kiadanielle #hcfw #hcfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_yuima-nakazato-hc-ss18-15hauturely_yuima-nakazato-hc-ss18-13hauturely_yuima-nakazato-hc-ss18-5-1hauturely_yuima-nakazato-hc-ss18-1
    Out of this World at Yuima Nakazato Spring Summer 2018 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Yuima Nakaz
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 1 year, 5 months ago

    Linder Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week
    Designer Sam Linder created his self named fashion label, Linder, that is known for both menswear and womenswear collections. Linder is presenting another women’s ready to wear collection at The Standard Highline in New York City for their Fall Winter 2019 season.

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    Linder Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Designer Sam Linder created his self named fashion label, Linder, that is known for both menswear and womenswear collections. Linder is presenting another women\'s ready to wear collection at The Standard Highline in New York City for their Fall Winter 2019 season. This collection has a 70’s theme that was evident in the silhouettes, as well as color tones chosen. Linder heavily used the color blocking approach throughout this collection. A color palette of bright red, deep and baby blue, millennial pink, burnt orange, royal purple, combined with a large variety of natural colors such as cream, beige, soft and rich brown, gray, white and black was used. Although this collection had a large color palette, Linder paired them together effortlessly using 70’s tones. He used lines and shapes to enhance the body, draw the eye to certain areas and to make the collection unique. We didn\'t see any big frilly gowns in this collection because it reflects quite the opposite. We see a lot of wearable items for the woman on the go. Our favorite pieces are the large variety of one of a kind skin tight leggings. Linder gave us the best of what we like to see for this ready to wear season: wearable street style clothing mixed with high fashion and a theme that was easily conveyed through the clothing. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Linder Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #linder #linderarticle #linderfw19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #purplepr #purpleprarticle 00010-LINDER-NEW-YORK-FALL-1900016-LINDER-NEW-YORK-FALL-1900002-LINDER-NEW-YORK-FALL-1900003-LINDER-NEW-YORK-FALL-19
    Linder Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Designer Sam Linder created his self named fash
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    Linder Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Designer Sam Linder created his self named fashion label, Linder, that is known for both menswear and womenswear collections. Linder is presenting another women\'s ready to wear collection at The Standard Highline in New York City for their Fall Winter 2019 season. This collection has a 70’s theme that was evident in the silhouettes, as well as color tones chosen. Linder heavily used the color blocking approach throughout this collection. A color palette of bright red, deep and baby blue, millennial pink, burnt orange, royal purple, combined with a large variety of natural colors such as cream, beige, soft and rich brown, gray, white and black was used. Although this collection had a large color palette, Linder paired them together effortlessly using 70’s tones. He used lines and shapes to enhance the body, draw the eye to certain areas and to make the collection unique. We didn\'t see any big frilly gowns in this collection because it reflects quite the opposite. We see a lot of wearable items for the woman on the go. Our favorite pieces are the large variety of one of a kind skin tight leggings. Linder gave us the best of what we like to see for this ready to wear season: wearable street style clothing mixed with high fashion and a theme that was easily conveyed through the clothing. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Linder Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #linder #linderarticle #linderfw19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #purplepr #purpleprarticle 00010-LINDER-NEW-YORK-FALL-1900016-LINDER-NEW-YORK-FALL-1900002-LINDER-NEW-YORK-FALL-1900003-LINDER-NEW-YORK-FALL-19
    Linder Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Designer Sam Linder created his self named fash
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    Linder Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Designer Sam Linder created his self named fashion label, Linder, that is known for both menswear and womenswear collections. Linder is presenting another women\'s ready to wear collection at The Standard Highline in New York City for their Fall Winter 2019 season. This collection has a 70’s theme that was evident in the silhouettes, as well as color tones chosen. Linder heavily used the color blocking approach throughout this collection. A color palette of bright red, deep and baby blue, millennial pink, burnt orange, royal purple, combined with a large variety of natural colors such as cream, beige, soft and rich brown, gray, white and black was used. Although this collection had a large color palette, Linder paired them together effortlessly using 70’s tones. He used lines and shapes to enhance the body, draw the eye to certain areas and to make the collection unique. We didn\'t see any big frilly gowns in this collection because it reflects quite the opposite. We see a lot of wearable items for the woman on the go. Our favorite pieces are the large variety of one of a kind skin tight leggings. Linder gave us the best of what we like to see for this ready to wear season: wearable street style clothing mixed with high fashion and a theme that was easily conveyed through the clothing. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Linder Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #linder #linderarticle #linderfw19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #purplepr #purpleprarticle 00010-LINDER-NEW-YORK-FALL-1900016-LINDER-NEW-YORK-FALL-1900002-LINDER-NEW-YORK-FALL-1900003-LINDER-NEW-YORK-FALL-19
    Linder Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Designer Sam Linder created his self named fash
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    Linder Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Designer Sam Linder created his self named fashion label, Linder, that is known for both menswear and womenswear collections. Linder is presenting another women\'s ready to wear collection at The Standard Highline in New York City for their Fall Winter 2019 season. This collection has a 70’s theme that was evident in the silhouettes, as well as color tones chosen. Linder heavily used the color blocking approach throughout this collection. A color palette of bright red, deep and baby blue, millennial pink, burnt orange, royal purple, combined with a large variety of natural colors such as cream, beige, soft and rich brown, gray, white and black was used. Although this collection had a large color palette, Linder paired them together effortlessly using 70’s tones. He used lines and shapes to enhance the body, draw the eye to certain areas and to make the collection unique. We didn\'t see any big frilly gowns in this collection because it reflects quite the opposite. We see a lot of wearable items for the woman on the go. Our favorite pieces are the large variety of one of a kind skin tight leggings. Linder gave us the best of what we like to see for this ready to wear season: wearable street style clothing mixed with high fashion and a theme that was easily conveyed through the clothing. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Linder Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #linder #linderarticle #linderfw19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #purplepr #purpleprarticle 00010-LINDER-NEW-YORK-FALL-1900016-LINDER-NEW-YORK-FALL-1900002-LINDER-NEW-YORK-FALL-1900003-LINDER-NEW-YORK-FALL-19
    Linder Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Designer Sam Linder created his self named fash
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 1 year, 5 months ago

    Dan Liu Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week
    This Spring Summer 2019 season, designer Dan Liu returns to New York Fashion Week to present another collection on the runway. He has chosen to present at Spring Studios, the popular venue for Fashion Week that is known for hosting celebrity photo shoots for magazines as well as hosting…[Read more]

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    Dan Liu Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week This Spring Summer 2019 season, designer Dan Liu returns to New York Fashion Week to present another collection on the runway. He has chosen to present at Spring Studios, the popular venue for Fashion Week that is known for hosting celebrity photo shoots for magazines as well as hosting events throughout the year such as film festivals. This season the collection has been given the title Nowadays, Japan. This title was reflected in the runway show. At the beginning of the show, designer Dan Liu himself performed a Samurai dance to help set the mood for the theme of the collection. Liu was dressed in a traditional red Japanese outfit, a red and white mask, an animal skin over his head and down his back, and he held a Japanese folding fan for the Samurai dance. Although he is from Canada, Dan Liu has been inspired by his Japanese heritage. Feminine dresses made of lace were seen throughout the collection. Floral prints, star prints and butterfly accents were some of our favorite features. Colors of blue, navy, green, pink, yellow and red were seen. Liu chose to use every color in the rainbow. This was definitely reflected in his short dress made of stripes in every color in the rainbow. Most of the dresses were short or knee length and frequently featured the technique of drawing the eye to the waist to make it appear smaller. This show was only part one of the collection. We look forward to Dan Liu revealing the second half. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Dan Liu Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #danliu #danliuarticle #danliuss19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle Dan+Liu+Spring+2019+6vWjtxeE6vvxDan+Liu+Spring+2019+P4ZvN052DSJxDan+Liu+Spring+2019+Xpok1CF4lesxDan+Liu+Spring+2019+2W3m-u114TJx
    Dan Liu Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week This Spring Summer 2019 season, designer Dan
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    Dan Liu Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week This Spring Summer 2019 season, designer Dan Liu returns to New York Fashion Week to present another collection on the runway. He has chosen to present at Spring Studios, the popular venue for Fashion Week that is known for hosting celebrity photo shoots for magazines as well as hosting events throughout the year such as film festivals. This season the collection has been given the title Nowadays, Japan. This title was reflected in the runway show. At the beginning of the show, designer Dan Liu himself performed a Samurai dance to help set the mood for the theme of the collection. Liu was dressed in a traditional red Japanese outfit, a red and white mask, an animal skin over his head and down his back, and he held a Japanese folding fan for the Samurai dance. Although he is from Canada, Dan Liu has been inspired by his Japanese heritage. Feminine dresses made of lace were seen throughout the collection. Floral prints, star prints and butterfly accents were some of our favorite features. Colors of blue, navy, green, pink, yellow and red were seen. Liu chose to use every color in the rainbow. This was definitely reflected in his short dress made of stripes in every color in the rainbow. Most of the dresses were short or knee length and frequently featured the technique of drawing the eye to the waist to make it appear smaller. This show was only part one of the collection. We look forward to Dan Liu revealing the second half. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Dan Liu Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #danliu #danliuarticle #danliuss19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle Dan+Liu+Spring+2019+6vWjtxeE6vvxDan+Liu+Spring+2019+P4ZvN052DSJxDan+Liu+Spring+2019+Xpok1CF4lesxDan+Liu+Spring+2019+2W3m-u114TJx
    Dan Liu Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week This Spring Summer 2019 season, designer Dan
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    Dan Liu Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week This Spring Summer 2019 season, designer Dan Liu returns to New York Fashion Week to present another collection on the runway. He has chosen to present at Spring Studios, the popular venue for Fashion Week that is known for hosting celebrity photo shoots for magazines as well as hosting events throughout the year such as film festivals. This season the collection has been given the title Nowadays, Japan. This title was reflected in the runway show. At the beginning of the show, designer Dan Liu himself performed a Samurai dance to help set the mood for the theme of the collection. Liu was dressed in a traditional red Japanese outfit, a red and white mask, an animal skin over his head and down his back, and he held a Japanese folding fan for the Samurai dance. Although he is from Canada, Dan Liu has been inspired by his Japanese heritage. Feminine dresses made of lace were seen throughout the collection. Floral prints, star prints and butterfly accents were some of our favorite features. Colors of blue, navy, green, pink, yellow and red were seen. Liu chose to use every color in the rainbow. This was definitely reflected in his short dress made of stripes in every color in the rainbow. Most of the dresses were short or knee length and frequently featured the technique of drawing the eye to the waist to make it appear smaller. This show was only part one of the collection. We look forward to Dan Liu revealing the second half. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Dan Liu Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #danliu #danliuarticle #danliuss19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle Dan+Liu+Spring+2019+6vWjtxeE6vvxDan+Liu+Spring+2019+P4ZvN052DSJxDan+Liu+Spring+2019+Xpok1CF4lesxDan+Liu+Spring+2019+2W3m-u114TJx
    Dan Liu Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week This Spring Summer 2019 season, designer Dan
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    Dan Liu Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week This Spring Summer 2019 season, designer Dan Liu returns to New York Fashion Week to present another collection on the runway. He has chosen to present at Spring Studios, the popular venue for Fashion Week that is known for hosting celebrity photo shoots for magazines as well as hosting events throughout the year such as film festivals. This season the collection has been given the title Nowadays, Japan. This title was reflected in the runway show. At the beginning of the show, designer Dan Liu himself performed a Samurai dance to help set the mood for the theme of the collection. Liu was dressed in a traditional red Japanese outfit, a red and white mask, an animal skin over his head and down his back, and he held a Japanese folding fan for the Samurai dance. Although he is from Canada, Dan Liu has been inspired by his Japanese heritage. Feminine dresses made of lace were seen throughout the collection. Floral prints, star prints and butterfly accents were some of our favorite features. Colors of blue, navy, green, pink, yellow and red were seen. Liu chose to use every color in the rainbow. This was definitely reflected in his short dress made of stripes in every color in the rainbow. Most of the dresses were short or knee length and frequently featured the technique of drawing the eye to the waist to make it appear smaller. This show was only part one of the collection. We look forward to Dan Liu revealing the second half. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Dan Liu Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #danliu #danliuarticle #danliuss19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle Dan+Liu+Spring+2019+6vWjtxeE6vvxDan+Liu+Spring+2019+P4ZvN052DSJxDan+Liu+Spring+2019+Xpok1CF4lesxDan+Liu+Spring+2019+2W3m-u114TJx
    Dan Liu Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week This Spring Summer 2019 season, designer Dan
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