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  • hauturely posted 4 photos 6 days, 9 hours ago

    Strathberry Spring Summer 2021 Collection
    written by Inès Mohamed
    Strathberry is an Edinburgh-based and internationally known brand founded in 2013, specializing in luxury leather goods. Strathberry creations are handcrafted in Spain using only the finest quality Spanish leathers and can take up to 20 hours to make. It was co-founded in 2011 by…[Read more]

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    Strathberry Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Inès Mohamed Strathberry is an Edinburgh-based and internationally known brand founded in 2013, specializing in luxury leather goods. Strathberry creations are handcrafted in Spain using only the finest quality Spanish leathers and can take up to 20 hours to make. It was co-founded in 2011 by Guy Hundleby and Leeanne Hundleby initially from the United Kingdom. Its instantly recognizable by the signature bar closure, minimalist design aesthetic, elegant lines, exceptional attention to detail, and celebrity endorsement. They offer elegant and luxurious bags and accessories. Each Strathberry product originates in Spain, and the leathers do too. Ethically sourced and of the finest quality, they are an integral part of incredible work. Spring Summer 2021 is the opportunity to discover the new collections and bags created by Strathberry. Their website shows us two categories. The first one is the Bags by type with shoulders bags, cross body bags, tote bags, top handle bags, bucket bags, small + mini bags, and clutches. The second category is the bags by Strathberry\'s signature family styles containing East/West, The Strathberry Totes, Backpacks, Allegros, Stylists, Crescents, and Lanas. Strathberry likes to play with different colors, shades, and tone combinations, like black and brown tones with grey and white colors. These color combinations make us fall in love with the bag\'s uniqueness. The designs they create, having bold creativity, unique, and recognizable shapes, are at the forefront of Strathberry\'s ethos. Their range of products has grown and developed over the years with cutting edge designs in beautiful fabrications that genuinely reflect the powerful sense of imagination behind each collection. Each style is defined by the signature Strathberry closure bar, making every bag distinctive and instantly recognizable. As we know, Meghan Markle and Lady Gaga are some of the most fashionable, and we can see that they are in love with this luxury handbag brand. They always give Strathberry a boost in sales after being caught with their bag. Spring Summer 21 handbags are lighter, lightweight, flexible, and comfortable to wear and hold. All these qualities are proof that Strathberry is at the top of the industry! The pictures below reflect the upcoming Spring Summer 2021 collection. See all Strathberry products HERE #article #strathberryarticle #strathberry #strathberryss21 #ss21 #inesmohamedThe_Strathberry_Midi-Tote_Tan_Navy_Vanilla_HeroEast-West_Navy_Raspberry_Edge_HeroCrescent-Shoulder_Tan_Vanilla_Vanilla_Stitch_HeroAllegro-Mini_Tan_Navy_Vanilla_Hero
    Strathberry Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Inès Mohamed Strathberry is an Edinburgh-based
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    Strathberry Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Inès Mohamed Strathberry is an Edinburgh-based and internationally known brand founded in 2013, specializing in luxury leather goods. Strathberry creations are handcrafted in Spain using only the finest quality Spanish leathers and can take up to 20 hours to make. It was co-founded in 2011 by Guy Hundleby and Leeanne Hundleby initially from the United Kingdom. Its instantly recognizable by the signature bar closure, minimalist design aesthetic, elegant lines, exceptional attention to detail, and celebrity endorsement. They offer elegant and luxurious bags and accessories. Each Strathberry product originates in Spain, and the leathers do too. Ethically sourced and of the finest quality, they are an integral part of incredible work. Spring Summer 2021 is the opportunity to discover the new collections and bags created by Strathberry. Their website shows us two categories. The first one is the Bags by type with shoulders bags, cross body bags, tote bags, top handle bags, bucket bags, small + mini bags, and clutches. The second category is the bags by Strathberry\'s signature family styles containing East/West, The Strathberry Totes, Backpacks, Allegros, Stylists, Crescents, and Lanas. Strathberry likes to play with different colors, shades, and tone combinations, like black and brown tones with grey and white colors. These color combinations make us fall in love with the bag\'s uniqueness. The designs they create, having bold creativity, unique, and recognizable shapes, are at the forefront of Strathberry\'s ethos. Their range of products has grown and developed over the years with cutting edge designs in beautiful fabrications that genuinely reflect the powerful sense of imagination behind each collection. Each style is defined by the signature Strathberry closure bar, making every bag distinctive and instantly recognizable. As we know, Meghan Markle and Lady Gaga are some of the most fashionable, and we can see that they are in love with this luxury handbag brand. They always give Strathberry a boost in sales after being caught with their bag. Spring Summer 21 handbags are lighter, lightweight, flexible, and comfortable to wear and hold. All these qualities are proof that Strathberry is at the top of the industry! The pictures below reflect the upcoming Spring Summer 2021 collection. See all Strathberry products HERE #article #strathberryarticle #strathberry #strathberryss21 #ss21 #inesmohamedThe_Strathberry_Midi-Tote_Tan_Navy_Vanilla_HeroEast-West_Navy_Raspberry_Edge_HeroCrescent-Shoulder_Tan_Vanilla_Vanilla_Stitch_HeroAllegro-Mini_Tan_Navy_Vanilla_Hero
    Strathberry Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Inès Mohamed Strathberry is an Edinburgh-based
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    Strathberry Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Inès Mohamed Strathberry is an Edinburgh-based and internationally known brand founded in 2013, specializing in luxury leather goods. Strathberry creations are handcrafted in Spain using only the finest quality Spanish leathers and can take up to 20 hours to make. It was co-founded in 2011 by Guy Hundleby and Leeanne Hundleby initially from the United Kingdom. Its instantly recognizable by the signature bar closure, minimalist design aesthetic, elegant lines, exceptional attention to detail, and celebrity endorsement. They offer elegant and luxurious bags and accessories. Each Strathberry product originates in Spain, and the leathers do too. Ethically sourced and of the finest quality, they are an integral part of incredible work. Spring Summer 2021 is the opportunity to discover the new collections and bags created by Strathberry. Their website shows us two categories. The first one is the Bags by type with shoulders bags, cross body bags, tote bags, top handle bags, bucket bags, small + mini bags, and clutches. The second category is the bags by Strathberry\'s signature family styles containing East/West, The Strathberry Totes, Backpacks, Allegros, Stylists, Crescents, and Lanas. Strathberry likes to play with different colors, shades, and tone combinations, like black and brown tones with grey and white colors. These color combinations make us fall in love with the bag\'s uniqueness. The designs they create, having bold creativity, unique, and recognizable shapes, are at the forefront of Strathberry\'s ethos. Their range of products has grown and developed over the years with cutting edge designs in beautiful fabrications that genuinely reflect the powerful sense of imagination behind each collection. Each style is defined by the signature Strathberry closure bar, making every bag distinctive and instantly recognizable. As we know, Meghan Markle and Lady Gaga are some of the most fashionable, and we can see that they are in love with this luxury handbag brand. They always give Strathberry a boost in sales after being caught with their bag. Spring Summer 21 handbags are lighter, lightweight, flexible, and comfortable to wear and hold. All these qualities are proof that Strathberry is at the top of the industry! The pictures below reflect the upcoming Spring Summer 2021 collection. See all Strathberry products HERE #article #strathberryarticle #strathberry #strathberryss21 #ss21 #inesmohamedThe_Strathberry_Midi-Tote_Tan_Navy_Vanilla_HeroEast-West_Navy_Raspberry_Edge_HeroCrescent-Shoulder_Tan_Vanilla_Vanilla_Stitch_HeroAllegro-Mini_Tan_Navy_Vanilla_Hero
    Strathberry Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Inès Mohamed Strathberry is an Edinburgh-based
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    Strathberry Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Inès Mohamed Strathberry is an Edinburgh-based and internationally known brand founded in 2013, specializing in luxury leather goods. Strathberry creations are handcrafted in Spain using only the finest quality Spanish leathers and can take up to 20 hours to make. It was co-founded in 2011 by Guy Hundleby and Leeanne Hundleby initially from the United Kingdom. Its instantly recognizable by the signature bar closure, minimalist design aesthetic, elegant lines, exceptional attention to detail, and celebrity endorsement. They offer elegant and luxurious bags and accessories. Each Strathberry product originates in Spain, and the leathers do too. Ethically sourced and of the finest quality, they are an integral part of incredible work. Spring Summer 2021 is the opportunity to discover the new collections and bags created by Strathberry. Their website shows us two categories. The first one is the Bags by type with shoulders bags, cross body bags, tote bags, top handle bags, bucket bags, small + mini bags, and clutches. The second category is the bags by Strathberry\'s signature family styles containing East/West, The Strathberry Totes, Backpacks, Allegros, Stylists, Crescents, and Lanas. Strathberry likes to play with different colors, shades, and tone combinations, like black and brown tones with grey and white colors. These color combinations make us fall in love with the bag\'s uniqueness. The designs they create, having bold creativity, unique, and recognizable shapes, are at the forefront of Strathberry\'s ethos. Their range of products has grown and developed over the years with cutting edge designs in beautiful fabrications that genuinely reflect the powerful sense of imagination behind each collection. Each style is defined by the signature Strathberry closure bar, making every bag distinctive and instantly recognizable. As we know, Meghan Markle and Lady Gaga are some of the most fashionable, and we can see that they are in love with this luxury handbag brand. They always give Strathberry a boost in sales after being caught with their bag. Spring Summer 21 handbags are lighter, lightweight, flexible, and comfortable to wear and hold. All these qualities are proof that Strathberry is at the top of the industry! The pictures below reflect the upcoming Spring Summer 2021 collection. See all Strathberry products HERE #article #strathberryarticle #strathberry #strathberryss21 #ss21 #inesmohamedThe_Strathberry_Midi-Tote_Tan_Navy_Vanilla_HeroEast-West_Navy_Raspberry_Edge_HeroCrescent-Shoulder_Tan_Vanilla_Vanilla_Stitch_HeroAllegro-Mini_Tan_Navy_Vanilla_Hero
    Strathberry Spring Summer 2021 Collection written by Inès Mohamed Strathberry is an Edinburgh-based
  • hauturely posted 6 photos 2 weeks ago

    Top Gifts for Hauturalists this Holiday Season
    written by Chloe Recine
    From best jewelry, accessories, shoes, and handbags we have selected the most amazing fashion-forward gifts of the 2020 Holiday season.

    1) The Strathberry Midi Tote is classic and elegant. This bag is an everyday essential for a quick way to look stylish, sharp and…[Read more]

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    Top Gifts for Hauturalists this Holiday Season written by Chloe Recine From best jewelry, accessories, shoes, and handbags we have selected the most amazing fashion-forward gifts of the 2020 Holiday season. 1) The Strathberry Midi Tote is classic and elegant. This bag is an everyday essential for a quick way to look stylish, sharp and original. SHOP NOW 2) The Strathberry East/West bag in sage, bottle green, and vanilla is such a yummy color combination that we are absolutely in love with. The gold signature bar and chain bring out the colors of the bag. SHOP NOW   3) MikaylaJ\'s The Maya Necklace is classic, minimalist, and stylish. This necklace is unique and makes a perfect complement to any look. Put it on for a party or a day at the office. SHOP NOW 4) MikaylaJ\'s The Lili Bangle is a staple for any look! Changing from thick to thin gives this a unique and creative touch. This high-quality jewelry is one that will quickly become your favorite go-to. SHOP NOW 5) Vuliwear\'s Deuces are a top luxury, carefully crafted, one of a kind sunglasses that everyone loves. Polarized lenses with UVA and UVB protection, something needed all year round. SHOP NOW   6) Vuliwear\'s Zag featuring a unique pattern, talentedly designed and crafted in Italy brings a new type of luxury to the market that is a must-have this season. SHOP NOW #article #strathberry #mikaylaj #vuliwear #chloerecine DWQqVquQJCvPFoLhCmBw_The-Strathberry-Midi-Tote_Black_Scale_1East_West-Tri-Colour-Sage_Green_Vanill_ScaleMJWPB_ImaniGivertz-544_900xMJWPB_ImaniGivertz-347_30788a68-09f2-4b6c-97c5-539f87bb03ae_3000xDeuces in caseZag in case
    Top Gifts for Hauturalists this Holiday Season written by Chloe Recine From best jewelry, accessori
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    Top Gifts for Hauturalists this Holiday Season written by Chloe Recine From best jewelry, accessories, shoes, and handbags we have selected the most amazing fashion-forward gifts of the 2020 Holiday season. 1) The Strathberry Midi Tote is classic and elegant. This bag is an everyday essential for a quick way to look stylish, sharp and original. SHOP NOW 2) The Strathberry East/West bag in sage, bottle green, and vanilla is such a yummy color combination that we are absolutely in love with. The gold signature bar and chain bring out the colors of the bag. SHOP NOW   3) MikaylaJ\'s The Maya Necklace is classic, minimalist, and stylish. This necklace is unique and makes a perfect complement to any look. Put it on for a party or a day at the office. SHOP NOW 4) MikaylaJ\'s The Lili Bangle is a staple for any look! Changing from thick to thin gives this a unique and creative touch. This high-quality jewelry is one that will quickly become your favorite go-to. SHOP NOW 5) Vuliwear\'s Deuces are a top luxury, carefully crafted, one of a kind sunglasses that everyone loves. Polarized lenses with UVA and UVB protection, something needed all year round. SHOP NOW   6) Vuliwear\'s Zag featuring a unique pattern, talentedly designed and crafted in Italy brings a new type of luxury to the market that is a must-have this season. SHOP NOW #article #strathberry #mikaylaj #vuliwear #chloerecine DWQqVquQJCvPFoLhCmBw_The-Strathberry-Midi-Tote_Black_Scale_1East_West-Tri-Colour-Sage_Green_Vanill_ScaleMJWPB_ImaniGivertz-544_900xMJWPB_ImaniGivertz-347_30788a68-09f2-4b6c-97c5-539f87bb03ae_3000xDeuces in caseZag in case
    Top Gifts for Hauturalists this Holiday Season written by Chloe Recine From best jewelry, accessori
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    Top Gifts for Hauturalists this Holiday Season written by Chloe Recine From best jewelry, accessories, shoes, and handbags we have selected the most amazing fashion-forward gifts of the 2020 Holiday season. 1) The Strathberry Midi Tote is classic and elegant. This bag is an everyday essential for a quick way to look stylish, sharp and original. SHOP NOW 2) The Strathberry East/West bag in sage, bottle green, and vanilla is such a yummy color combination that we are absolutely in love with. The gold signature bar and chain bring out the colors of the bag. SHOP NOW   3) MikaylaJ\'s The Maya Necklace is classic, minimalist, and stylish. This necklace is unique and makes a perfect complement to any look. Put it on for a party or a day at the office. SHOP NOW 4) MikaylaJ\'s The Lili Bangle is a staple for any look! Changing from thick to thin gives this a unique and creative touch. This high-quality jewelry is one that will quickly become your favorite go-to. SHOP NOW 5) Vuliwear\'s Deuces are a top luxury, carefully crafted, one of a kind sunglasses that everyone loves. Polarized lenses with UVA and UVB protection, something needed all year round. SHOP NOW   6) Vuliwear\'s Zag featuring a unique pattern, talentedly designed and crafted in Italy brings a new type of luxury to the market that is a must-have this season. SHOP NOW #article #strathberry #mikaylaj #vuliwear #chloerecine DWQqVquQJCvPFoLhCmBw_The-Strathberry-Midi-Tote_Black_Scale_1East_West-Tri-Colour-Sage_Green_Vanill_ScaleMJWPB_ImaniGivertz-544_900xMJWPB_ImaniGivertz-347_30788a68-09f2-4b6c-97c5-539f87bb03ae_3000xDeuces in caseZag in case
    Top Gifts for Hauturalists this Holiday Season written by Chloe Recine From best jewelry, accessori
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    Top Gifts for Hauturalists this Holiday Season written by Chloe Recine From best jewelry, accessories, shoes, and handbags we have selected the most amazing fashion-forward gifts of the 2020 Holiday season. 1) The Strathberry Midi Tote is classic and elegant. This bag is an everyday essential for a quick way to look stylish, sharp and original. SHOP NOW 2) The Strathberry East/West bag in sage, bottle green, and vanilla is such a yummy color combination that we are absolutely in love with. The gold signature bar and chain bring out the colors of the bag. SHOP NOW   3) MikaylaJ\'s The Maya Necklace is classic, minimalist, and stylish. This necklace is unique and makes a perfect complement to any look. Put it on for a party or a day at the office. SHOP NOW 4) MikaylaJ\'s The Lili Bangle is a staple for any look! Changing from thick to thin gives this a unique and creative touch. This high-quality jewelry is one that will quickly become your favorite go-to. SHOP NOW 5) Vuliwear\'s Deuces are a top luxury, carefully crafted, one of a kind sunglasses that everyone loves. Polarized lenses with UVA and UVB protection, something needed all year round. SHOP NOW   6) Vuliwear\'s Zag featuring a unique pattern, talentedly designed and crafted in Italy brings a new type of luxury to the market that is a must-have this season. SHOP NOW #article #strathberry #mikaylaj #vuliwear #chloerecine DWQqVquQJCvPFoLhCmBw_The-Strathberry-Midi-Tote_Black_Scale_1East_West-Tri-Colour-Sage_Green_Vanill_ScaleMJWPB_ImaniGivertz-544_900xMJWPB_ImaniGivertz-347_30788a68-09f2-4b6c-97c5-539f87bb03ae_3000xDeuces in caseZag in case
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    Top Gifts for Hauturalists this Holiday Season written by Chloe Recine From best jewelry, accessori
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    Top Gifts for Hauturalists this Holiday Season written by Chloe Recine From best jewelry, accessories, shoes, and handbags we have selected the most amazing fashion-forward gifts of the 2020 Holiday season. 1) The Strathberry Midi Tote is classic and elegant. This bag is an everyday essential for a quick way to look stylish, sharp and original. SHOP NOW 2) The Strathberry East/West bag in sage, bottle green, and vanilla is such a yummy color combination that we are absolutely in love with. The gold signature bar and chain bring out the colors of the bag. SHOP NOW   3) MikaylaJ\'s The Maya Necklace is classic, minimalist, and stylish. This necklace is unique and makes a perfect complement to any look. Put it on for a party or a day at the office. SHOP NOW 4) MikaylaJ\'s The Lili Bangle is a staple for any look! Changing from thick to thin gives this a unique and creative touch. This high-quality jewelry is one that will quickly become your favorite go-to. SHOP NOW 5) Vuliwear\'s Deuces are a top luxury, carefully crafted, one of a kind sunglasses that everyone loves. Polarized lenses with UVA and UVB protection, something needed all year round. SHOP NOW   6) Vuliwear\'s Zag featuring a unique pattern, talentedly designed and crafted in Italy brings a new type of luxury to the market that is a must-have this season. SHOP NOW #article #strathberry #mikaylaj #vuliwear #chloerecine DWQqVquQJCvPFoLhCmBw_The-Strathberry-Midi-Tote_Black_Scale_1East_West-Tri-Colour-Sage_Green_Vanill_ScaleMJWPB_ImaniGivertz-544_900xMJWPB_ImaniGivertz-347_30788a68-09f2-4b6c-97c5-539f87bb03ae_3000xDeuces in caseZag in case
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    Top Gifts for Hauturalists this Holiday Season written by Chloe Recine From best jewelry, accessories, shoes, and handbags we have selected the most amazing fashion-forward gifts of the 2020 Holiday season. 1) The Strathberry Midi Tote is classic and elegant. This bag is an everyday essential for a quick way to look stylish, sharp and original. SHOP NOW 2) The Strathberry East/West bag in sage, bottle green, and vanilla is such a yummy color combination that we are absolutely in love with. The gold signature bar and chain bring out the colors of the bag. SHOP NOW   3) MikaylaJ\'s The Maya Necklace is classic, minimalist, and stylish. This necklace is unique and makes a perfect complement to any look. Put it on for a party or a day at the office. SHOP NOW 4) MikaylaJ\'s The Lili Bangle is a staple for any look! Changing from thick to thin gives this a unique and creative touch. This high-quality jewelry is one that will quickly become your favorite go-to. SHOP NOW 5) Vuliwear\'s Deuces are a top luxury, carefully crafted, one of a kind sunglasses that everyone loves. Polarized lenses with UVA and UVB protection, something needed all year round. SHOP NOW   6) Vuliwear\'s Zag featuring a unique pattern, talentedly designed and crafted in Italy brings a new type of luxury to the market that is a must-have this season. SHOP NOW #article #strathberry #mikaylaj #vuliwear #chloerecine DWQqVquQJCvPFoLhCmBw_The-Strathberry-Midi-Tote_Black_Scale_1East_West-Tri-Colour-Sage_Green_Vanill_ScaleMJWPB_ImaniGivertz-544_900xMJWPB_ImaniGivertz-347_30788a68-09f2-4b6c-97c5-539f87bb03ae_3000xDeuces in caseZag in case
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 8 months, 1 week ago

    BOHEMIAN CHIC
    REBBECA MINKOFF S/S 2020 Collection Review
    New York, February 8th, 2020
    by Kia Danielle

    Spring was in the air at the Rebecca Minkoff presentation earlier last month during New York Fashion Week’s AW2020 season. The designer, who has been in business for 15 years, celebrated with the launch of her new children’s collection, “Li…[Read more]

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    BOHEMIAN CHIC REBBECA MINKOFF S/S 2020 Collection Review New York, February 8th, 2020 by Kia Danielle Spring was in the air at the Rebecca Minkoff presentation earlier last month during New York Fashion Week’s AW2020 season. The designer, who has been in business for 15 years, celebrated with the launch of her new children’s collection, “Little Minkoff,” as well as her “see-now-buy-now” spring/summer 2020 womenwear’s collection. Minkoff certainly made a statement by featuring Freedom graphic tees, with a ready-to-wear collection that was fun, flirty and ultra feminine, complete with Bohemian chic floral dresses, fringe jackets, colorful shorts and miniskirt suit sets. The venue was staged with park benches, swing sets and a boutique ice cream stand, which served delicious confections to guests. Models of all ages and ethnicities were represented, with a soon-to-be new mother in one of Minkoff’s maternity looks rubbing her belly as people snapped photos and took videos. In addition to embracing diversity and inclusivity, Minkoff is moving toward sustainability and more eco-friendly recycling practices; her children’s line, which featured matching printed garb and slogan tees, inspired Minkoff to become more green. The designer has stated that she next has her sights set on biodegradable bags, as well. Throughout her career, Minkoff has won several awards, including New York Moves Power Women Award and the Breakthrough Designer Award. In 2018 Minkoff partnered with RM superwomen, a platform that encourages women around the world to be bold and courageous. Her ultimate goal is to dress women of all ages and in all stages of their lives, from the professional to new moms. I personally have always loved Rebbeca Minkoff’s handbags that have been a staple in women’s accessories for years, and her “Bohemian Chic” style has captured me as well. Love this fun and flirty collection that can be worn to work, the movies or a day at the park. Written by: Kia Danielle Photographed by: Francis C. Daly Click HERE to view the full Rebecca Minkoff Spring 2020 collection. #article #rebeccaminkoff #rebeccaminkoffarticle #rebeccaminkoff20 #ss20 #kiadanielle #franciscdaly #nyfw #nyfwarticle #wetherlygroup #wetherlygrouparticle RM1RM2RM10RM11
    BOHEMIAN CHIC REBBECA MINKOFF S/S 2020 Collection Review New York, February 8th, 2020 by Kia Daniell
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    BOHEMIAN CHIC REBBECA MINKOFF S/S 2020 Collection Review New York, February 8th, 2020 by Kia Danielle Spring was in the air at the Rebecca Minkoff presentation earlier last month during New York Fashion Week’s AW2020 season. The designer, who has been in business for 15 years, celebrated with the launch of her new children’s collection, “Little Minkoff,” as well as her “see-now-buy-now” spring/summer 2020 womenwear’s collection. Minkoff certainly made a statement by featuring Freedom graphic tees, with a ready-to-wear collection that was fun, flirty and ultra feminine, complete with Bohemian chic floral dresses, fringe jackets, colorful shorts and miniskirt suit sets. The venue was staged with park benches, swing sets and a boutique ice cream stand, which served delicious confections to guests. Models of all ages and ethnicities were represented, with a soon-to-be new mother in one of Minkoff’s maternity looks rubbing her belly as people snapped photos and took videos. In addition to embracing diversity and inclusivity, Minkoff is moving toward sustainability and more eco-friendly recycling practices; her children’s line, which featured matching printed garb and slogan tees, inspired Minkoff to become more green. The designer has stated that she next has her sights set on biodegradable bags, as well. Throughout her career, Minkoff has won several awards, including New York Moves Power Women Award and the Breakthrough Designer Award. In 2018 Minkoff partnered with RM superwomen, a platform that encourages women around the world to be bold and courageous. Her ultimate goal is to dress women of all ages and in all stages of their lives, from the professional to new moms. I personally have always loved Rebbeca Minkoff’s handbags that have been a staple in women’s accessories for years, and her “Bohemian Chic” style has captured me as well. Love this fun and flirty collection that can be worn to work, the movies or a day at the park. Written by: Kia Danielle Photographed by: Francis C. Daly Click HERE to view the full Rebecca Minkoff Spring 2020 collection. #article #rebeccaminkoff #rebeccaminkoffarticle #rebeccaminkoff20 #ss20 #kiadanielle #franciscdaly #nyfw #nyfwarticle #wetherlygroup #wetherlygrouparticle RM1RM2RM10RM11
    BOHEMIAN CHIC REBBECA MINKOFF S/S 2020 Collection Review New York, February 8th, 2020 by Kia Daniell
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    BOHEMIAN CHIC REBBECA MINKOFF S/S 2020 Collection Review New York, February 8th, 2020 by Kia Danielle Spring was in the air at the Rebecca Minkoff presentation earlier last month during New York Fashion Week’s AW2020 season. The designer, who has been in business for 15 years, celebrated with the launch of her new children’s collection, “Little Minkoff,” as well as her “see-now-buy-now” spring/summer 2020 womenwear’s collection. Minkoff certainly made a statement by featuring Freedom graphic tees, with a ready-to-wear collection that was fun, flirty and ultra feminine, complete with Bohemian chic floral dresses, fringe jackets, colorful shorts and miniskirt suit sets. The venue was staged with park benches, swing sets and a boutique ice cream stand, which served delicious confections to guests. Models of all ages and ethnicities were represented, with a soon-to-be new mother in one of Minkoff’s maternity looks rubbing her belly as people snapped photos and took videos. In addition to embracing diversity and inclusivity, Minkoff is moving toward sustainability and more eco-friendly recycling practices; her children’s line, which featured matching printed garb and slogan tees, inspired Minkoff to become more green. The designer has stated that she next has her sights set on biodegradable bags, as well. Throughout her career, Minkoff has won several awards, including New York Moves Power Women Award and the Breakthrough Designer Award. In 2018 Minkoff partnered with RM superwomen, a platform that encourages women around the world to be bold and courageous. Her ultimate goal is to dress women of all ages and in all stages of their lives, from the professional to new moms. I personally have always loved Rebbeca Minkoff’s handbags that have been a staple in women’s accessories for years, and her “Bohemian Chic” style has captured me as well. Love this fun and flirty collection that can be worn to work, the movies or a day at the park. Written by: Kia Danielle Photographed by: Francis C. Daly Click HERE to view the full Rebecca Minkoff Spring 2020 collection. #article #rebeccaminkoff #rebeccaminkoffarticle #rebeccaminkoff20 #ss20 #kiadanielle #franciscdaly #nyfw #nyfwarticle #wetherlygroup #wetherlygrouparticle RM1RM2RM10RM11
    BOHEMIAN CHIC REBBECA MINKOFF S/S 2020 Collection Review New York, February 8th, 2020 by Kia Daniell
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    BOHEMIAN CHIC REBBECA MINKOFF S/S 2020 Collection Review New York, February 8th, 2020 by Kia Danielle Spring was in the air at the Rebecca Minkoff presentation earlier last month during New York Fashion Week’s AW2020 season. The designer, who has been in business for 15 years, celebrated with the launch of her new children’s collection, “Little Minkoff,” as well as her “see-now-buy-now” spring/summer 2020 womenwear’s collection. Minkoff certainly made a statement by featuring Freedom graphic tees, with a ready-to-wear collection that was fun, flirty and ultra feminine, complete with Bohemian chic floral dresses, fringe jackets, colorful shorts and miniskirt suit sets. The venue was staged with park benches, swing sets and a boutique ice cream stand, which served delicious confections to guests. Models of all ages and ethnicities were represented, with a soon-to-be new mother in one of Minkoff’s maternity looks rubbing her belly as people snapped photos and took videos. In addition to embracing diversity and inclusivity, Minkoff is moving toward sustainability and more eco-friendly recycling practices; her children’s line, which featured matching printed garb and slogan tees, inspired Minkoff to become more green. The designer has stated that she next has her sights set on biodegradable bags, as well. Throughout her career, Minkoff has won several awards, including New York Moves Power Women Award and the Breakthrough Designer Award. In 2018 Minkoff partnered with RM superwomen, a platform that encourages women around the world to be bold and courageous. Her ultimate goal is to dress women of all ages and in all stages of their lives, from the professional to new moms. I personally have always loved Rebbeca Minkoff’s handbags that have been a staple in women’s accessories for years, and her “Bohemian Chic” style has captured me as well. Love this fun and flirty collection that can be worn to work, the movies or a day at the park. Written by: Kia Danielle Photographed by: Francis C. Daly Click HERE to view the full Rebecca Minkoff Spring 2020 collection. #article #rebeccaminkoff #rebeccaminkoffarticle #rebeccaminkoff20 #ss20 #kiadanielle #franciscdaly #nyfw #nyfwarticle #wetherlygroup #wetherlygrouparticle RM1RM2RM10RM11
    BOHEMIAN CHIC REBBECA MINKOFF S/S 2020 Collection Review New York, February 8th, 2020 by Kia Daniell
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 10 months, 4 weeks ago

    Annakiki Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week
    For her sixth runway show at Milan Fashion Week, ANNAKIKI presented a collection titled 2080, referencing the year from which her “girl from the future” would travel back to the 1980s.

    On the catwalk, the girls from the future swung their futuristic silver cylindric handbags and paced on fla…[Read more]

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    Annakiki Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week For her sixth runway show at Milan Fashion Week, ANNAKIKI presented a collection titled 2080, referencing the year from which her “girl from the future” would travel back to the 1980s. On the catwalk, the girls from the future swung their futuristic silver cylindric handbags and paced on flat square-toed mules. Still, they had made themselves home in the 1980s, wearing outfits that played on the silhouettes and distinctive elements of that period. On the notes of Madonna and Prince´s hits of the 1980s, the collection featured suits with ties, high-waist low-cut shorts, corset detailing, and plenty of exaggerated power shoulders and exaggerated sleeves. The dominating colors were bright pink, yellow, and bright blue together with more classical beige, and green. The materials included vinyl, pleather, and shiny satin. Masculine and feminine looks were alternated and mixed. Suits in pop colors or a neutral beige were followed by playful strapless cocktail dresses with puffball skirts. An iconic look in yellow with a bodice topped by flattered cones reminiscent of Jean-Paul Gaultier´s cone corset Madonna wore was an attention grabber. Long dresses with jumpsuit pockets were matched with giant romantic hats. Male models and female ones shared the same fluffy embellishments and the same colors. With 2080, Anna Yang presented a playful and, in many respects, rebellious collection, mixing up the iconic elements of the 80\'s feminism and reworking the suits of the middle class to dress her bright, subversive, and self-confident girl from the future. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Annakiki Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #annakiki #annakikiarticle #annakikiss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #pga #pgaarticle hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-236hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-224hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-220hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-213
    Annakiki Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week For her sixth runway show at Milan Fashion We
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    Annakiki Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week For her sixth runway show at Milan Fashion Week, ANNAKIKI presented a collection titled 2080, referencing the year from which her “girl from the future” would travel back to the 1980s. On the catwalk, the girls from the future swung their futuristic silver cylindric handbags and paced on flat square-toed mules. Still, they had made themselves home in the 1980s, wearing outfits that played on the silhouettes and distinctive elements of that period. On the notes of Madonna and Prince´s hits of the 1980s, the collection featured suits with ties, high-waist low-cut shorts, corset detailing, and plenty of exaggerated power shoulders and exaggerated sleeves. The dominating colors were bright pink, yellow, and bright blue together with more classical beige, and green. The materials included vinyl, pleather, and shiny satin. Masculine and feminine looks were alternated and mixed. Suits in pop colors or a neutral beige were followed by playful strapless cocktail dresses with puffball skirts. An iconic look in yellow with a bodice topped by flattered cones reminiscent of Jean-Paul Gaultier´s cone corset Madonna wore was an attention grabber. Long dresses with jumpsuit pockets were matched with giant romantic hats. Male models and female ones shared the same fluffy embellishments and the same colors. With 2080, Anna Yang presented a playful and, in many respects, rebellious collection, mixing up the iconic elements of the 80\'s feminism and reworking the suits of the middle class to dress her bright, subversive, and self-confident girl from the future. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Annakiki Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #annakiki #annakikiarticle #annakikiss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #pga #pgaarticle hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-236hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-224hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-220hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-213
    Annakiki Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week For her sixth runway show at Milan Fashion We
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    Annakiki Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week For her sixth runway show at Milan Fashion Week, ANNAKIKI presented a collection titled 2080, referencing the year from which her “girl from the future” would travel back to the 1980s. On the catwalk, the girls from the future swung their futuristic silver cylindric handbags and paced on flat square-toed mules. Still, they had made themselves home in the 1980s, wearing outfits that played on the silhouettes and distinctive elements of that period. On the notes of Madonna and Prince´s hits of the 1980s, the collection featured suits with ties, high-waist low-cut shorts, corset detailing, and plenty of exaggerated power shoulders and exaggerated sleeves. The dominating colors were bright pink, yellow, and bright blue together with more classical beige, and green. The materials included vinyl, pleather, and shiny satin. Masculine and feminine looks were alternated and mixed. Suits in pop colors or a neutral beige were followed by playful strapless cocktail dresses with puffball skirts. An iconic look in yellow with a bodice topped by flattered cones reminiscent of Jean-Paul Gaultier´s cone corset Madonna wore was an attention grabber. Long dresses with jumpsuit pockets were matched with giant romantic hats. Male models and female ones shared the same fluffy embellishments and the same colors. With 2080, Anna Yang presented a playful and, in many respects, rebellious collection, mixing up the iconic elements of the 80\'s feminism and reworking the suits of the middle class to dress her bright, subversive, and self-confident girl from the future. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Annakiki Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #annakiki #annakikiarticle #annakikiss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #pga #pgaarticle hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-236hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-224hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-220hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-213
    Annakiki Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week For her sixth runway show at Milan Fashion We
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    Annakiki Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week For her sixth runway show at Milan Fashion Week, ANNAKIKI presented a collection titled 2080, referencing the year from which her “girl from the future” would travel back to the 1980s. On the catwalk, the girls from the future swung their futuristic silver cylindric handbags and paced on flat square-toed mules. Still, they had made themselves home in the 1980s, wearing outfits that played on the silhouettes and distinctive elements of that period. On the notes of Madonna and Prince´s hits of the 1980s, the collection featured suits with ties, high-waist low-cut shorts, corset detailing, and plenty of exaggerated power shoulders and exaggerated sleeves. The dominating colors were bright pink, yellow, and bright blue together with more classical beige, and green. The materials included vinyl, pleather, and shiny satin. Masculine and feminine looks were alternated and mixed. Suits in pop colors or a neutral beige were followed by playful strapless cocktail dresses with puffball skirts. An iconic look in yellow with a bodice topped by flattered cones reminiscent of Jean-Paul Gaultier´s cone corset Madonna wore was an attention grabber. Long dresses with jumpsuit pockets were matched with giant romantic hats. Male models and female ones shared the same fluffy embellishments and the same colors. With 2080, Anna Yang presented a playful and, in many respects, rebellious collection, mixing up the iconic elements of the 80\'s feminism and reworking the suits of the middle class to dress her bright, subversive, and self-confident girl from the future. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Annakiki Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #annakiki #annakikiarticle #annakikiss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #pga #pgaarticle hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-236hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-224hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-220hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-213
    Annakiki Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week For her sixth runway show at Milan Fashion We
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    Manish Arora Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week
    A kaleidoscope of kitsch, as seen through the lens of rose-colored glasses in a joyful romp of exquisite artistry, could not only describe the SS2020 collection but the Manish Arora brand as a whole. The Manish Arora aesthetic is an unabashedly beautiful expression of the happy art of…[Read more]

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    Manish Arora Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week A kaleidoscope of kitsch, as seen through the lens of rose-colored glasses in a joyful romp of exquisite artistry, could not only describe the SS2020 collection but the Manish Arora brand as a whole. The Manish Arora aesthetic is an unabashedly beautiful expression of the happy art of garment creation. Using a love of unapologetic color, intricacies of folk art, a bold silhouette, and regal adornment make this brand unique. Pink and gold anchored the collection and was infused throughout, with some exceptions expressed in black satin sprinkled with sequined rainbow hearts embroidered starbursts and colored studs found on ankle-skimming dresses, jackets, and pullover hoodies. Oversized bows popped up intermittently and adorned necks and waists. With a decided sixties mod disposition via Carnaby Row accentuated with a nod to eighties expressed in a bubble gum pink rainbow embroidered windbreaker, acid-washed distressed denim, and statement belts. As well as a smattering of the 1970s as seen in the sequined sheath maxi dress and pearl-encrusted prairie skirts with a campy Laura Ashley vibe, the looks entice the viewer in a funhouse mirror of happy hues and reflective facing patterns. Floor-length peasant skirts adorned with Indian & Eastern European floral folk art, tropical botanicals, paisley, and ornate birds are paired with pieces like an eighties era embroidered denim jacket and ruffled bib tops. Hearts figure prominently throughout the lineup and are used as trim, and in a playful pattern of heart-shaped geodes on a sea of stripes, in a standout sacred heart embossed hoodie dress and a plethora of crossbody bags. Butterflies, hamsas, starbursts, peacocks, bongo drums all suggest a tribal celebration as does the extraordinary headdresses. Parachute pants, flouncy brocade skirts, a floor-length tulle gown in hot pink and pussy-bow blouses in all manner of prints and textiles round out the spirited psychedelic collection. While the accessories stay in the vein of camp, humor and nostalgia with the smiley face handbags, Saturday morning cartoon belts and bags adorned with rainbows, stars, and hot lips, as well as evil eyes, tiger eye butterflies and hamsas. Then feather-trimmed pumps and platform stiletto boots remind you that this is an over the top collection that is to be celebrated and admired. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Manish Arora Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #manisharora #manisharoraarticle #manisharorass20 #aliciamackin #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8824-1569499182Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8777-1569499077Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8827-1569499198Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8844-1569499255
    Manish Arora Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week A kaleidoscope of kitsch, as seen through
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    Manish Arora Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week A kaleidoscope of kitsch, as seen through the lens of rose-colored glasses in a joyful romp of exquisite artistry, could not only describe the SS2020 collection but the Manish Arora brand as a whole. The Manish Arora aesthetic is an unabashedly beautiful expression of the happy art of garment creation. Using a love of unapologetic color, intricacies of folk art, a bold silhouette, and regal adornment make this brand unique. Pink and gold anchored the collection and was infused throughout, with some exceptions expressed in black satin sprinkled with sequined rainbow hearts embroidered starbursts and colored studs found on ankle-skimming dresses, jackets, and pullover hoodies. Oversized bows popped up intermittently and adorned necks and waists. With a decided sixties mod disposition via Carnaby Row accentuated with a nod to eighties expressed in a bubble gum pink rainbow embroidered windbreaker, acid-washed distressed denim, and statement belts. As well as a smattering of the 1970s as seen in the sequined sheath maxi dress and pearl-encrusted prairie skirts with a campy Laura Ashley vibe, the looks entice the viewer in a funhouse mirror of happy hues and reflective facing patterns. Floor-length peasant skirts adorned with Indian & Eastern European floral folk art, tropical botanicals, paisley, and ornate birds are paired with pieces like an eighties era embroidered denim jacket and ruffled bib tops. Hearts figure prominently throughout the lineup and are used as trim, and in a playful pattern of heart-shaped geodes on a sea of stripes, in a standout sacred heart embossed hoodie dress and a plethora of crossbody bags. Butterflies, hamsas, starbursts, peacocks, bongo drums all suggest a tribal celebration as does the extraordinary headdresses. Parachute pants, flouncy brocade skirts, a floor-length tulle gown in hot pink and pussy-bow blouses in all manner of prints and textiles round out the spirited psychedelic collection. While the accessories stay in the vein of camp, humor and nostalgia with the smiley face handbags, Saturday morning cartoon belts and bags adorned with rainbows, stars, and hot lips, as well as evil eyes, tiger eye butterflies and hamsas. Then feather-trimmed pumps and platform stiletto boots remind you that this is an over the top collection that is to be celebrated and admired. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Manish Arora Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #manisharora #manisharoraarticle #manisharorass20 #aliciamackin #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8824-1569499182Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8777-1569499077Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8827-1569499198Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8844-1569499255
    Manish Arora Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week A kaleidoscope of kitsch, as seen through
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    Manish Arora Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week A kaleidoscope of kitsch, as seen through the lens of rose-colored glasses in a joyful romp of exquisite artistry, could not only describe the SS2020 collection but the Manish Arora brand as a whole. The Manish Arora aesthetic is an unabashedly beautiful expression of the happy art of garment creation. Using a love of unapologetic color, intricacies of folk art, a bold silhouette, and regal adornment make this brand unique. Pink and gold anchored the collection and was infused throughout, with some exceptions expressed in black satin sprinkled with sequined rainbow hearts embroidered starbursts and colored studs found on ankle-skimming dresses, jackets, and pullover hoodies. Oversized bows popped up intermittently and adorned necks and waists. With a decided sixties mod disposition via Carnaby Row accentuated with a nod to eighties expressed in a bubble gum pink rainbow embroidered windbreaker, acid-washed distressed denim, and statement belts. As well as a smattering of the 1970s as seen in the sequined sheath maxi dress and pearl-encrusted prairie skirts with a campy Laura Ashley vibe, the looks entice the viewer in a funhouse mirror of happy hues and reflective facing patterns. Floor-length peasant skirts adorned with Indian & Eastern European floral folk art, tropical botanicals, paisley, and ornate birds are paired with pieces like an eighties era embroidered denim jacket and ruffled bib tops. Hearts figure prominently throughout the lineup and are used as trim, and in a playful pattern of heart-shaped geodes on a sea of stripes, in a standout sacred heart embossed hoodie dress and a plethora of crossbody bags. Butterflies, hamsas, starbursts, peacocks, bongo drums all suggest a tribal celebration as does the extraordinary headdresses. Parachute pants, flouncy brocade skirts, a floor-length tulle gown in hot pink and pussy-bow blouses in all manner of prints and textiles round out the spirited psychedelic collection. While the accessories stay in the vein of camp, humor and nostalgia with the smiley face handbags, Saturday morning cartoon belts and bags adorned with rainbows, stars, and hot lips, as well as evil eyes, tiger eye butterflies and hamsas. Then feather-trimmed pumps and platform stiletto boots remind you that this is an over the top collection that is to be celebrated and admired. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Manish Arora Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #manisharora #manisharoraarticle #manisharorass20 #aliciamackin #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8824-1569499182Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8777-1569499077Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8827-1569499198Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8844-1569499255
    Manish Arora Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week A kaleidoscope of kitsch, as seen through
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    Manish Arora Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week A kaleidoscope of kitsch, as seen through the lens of rose-colored glasses in a joyful romp of exquisite artistry, could not only describe the SS2020 collection but the Manish Arora brand as a whole. The Manish Arora aesthetic is an unabashedly beautiful expression of the happy art of garment creation. Using a love of unapologetic color, intricacies of folk art, a bold silhouette, and regal adornment make this brand unique. Pink and gold anchored the collection and was infused throughout, with some exceptions expressed in black satin sprinkled with sequined rainbow hearts embroidered starbursts and colored studs found on ankle-skimming dresses, jackets, and pullover hoodies. Oversized bows popped up intermittently and adorned necks and waists. With a decided sixties mod disposition via Carnaby Row accentuated with a nod to eighties expressed in a bubble gum pink rainbow embroidered windbreaker, acid-washed distressed denim, and statement belts. As well as a smattering of the 1970s as seen in the sequined sheath maxi dress and pearl-encrusted prairie skirts with a campy Laura Ashley vibe, the looks entice the viewer in a funhouse mirror of happy hues and reflective facing patterns. Floor-length peasant skirts adorned with Indian & Eastern European floral folk art, tropical botanicals, paisley, and ornate birds are paired with pieces like an eighties era embroidered denim jacket and ruffled bib tops. Hearts figure prominently throughout the lineup and are used as trim, and in a playful pattern of heart-shaped geodes on a sea of stripes, in a standout sacred heart embossed hoodie dress and a plethora of crossbody bags. Butterflies, hamsas, starbursts, peacocks, bongo drums all suggest a tribal celebration as does the extraordinary headdresses. Parachute pants, flouncy brocade skirts, a floor-length tulle gown in hot pink and pussy-bow blouses in all manner of prints and textiles round out the spirited psychedelic collection. While the accessories stay in the vein of camp, humor and nostalgia with the smiley face handbags, Saturday morning cartoon belts and bags adorned with rainbows, stars, and hot lips, as well as evil eyes, tiger eye butterflies and hamsas. Then feather-trimmed pumps and platform stiletto boots remind you that this is an over the top collection that is to be celebrated and admired. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Manish Arora Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #manisharora #manisharoraarticle #manisharorass20 #aliciamackin #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8824-1569499182Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8777-1569499077Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8827-1569499198Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8844-1569499255
    Manish Arora Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week A kaleidoscope of kitsch, as seen through
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    Claudia Li Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week
    Claudia Li grew up in New Zealand, with her family working in the art world. Early on, Claudia knew she wanted to follow a similar path but work in fashion and design. Once she gained a Bachelor degree, Li moved to London to study Fashion Design at the world-famous school Central Saint…[Read more]

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    Claudia Li Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Claudia Li grew up in New Zealand, with her family working in the art world. Early on, Claudia knew she wanted to follow a similar path but work in fashion and design. Once she gained a Bachelor degree, Li moved to London to study Fashion Design at the world-famous school Central Saint Martins. She then chose to move to New York City and studied at Parsons School of Design, earning a Master of Fine Arts in Fashion Design. After gaining experience at Brandon Maxwell, Haus of Gaga and J.W.Anderson in 2015 Li Launched her self named clothing line. For this runway season, Claudia Li has prepared 40 unique looks. The print motif used was from a lily Li used in a flay-lay photograph that she took. This motif was seen in a variety of color combinations like white and black, pink and black, and green and white. A few of the pieces shown had materials that looked iridescent or almost even holographic. These were presented in shades of blue, violet, gold, and silver. Li provided an extensive range of products like dresses, tops, pants, skirts, shorts, jackets, coats, sweaters and handbags. Lastly, something we noticed is only Asian models walked the runway during this presentation. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Claudia Li Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #claudiali #claudialiarticle #claudialifw19 #fw19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #lindagaunt #lindagauntarticle 15_2048x21_2048x35_2048x37_2048x
    Claudia Li Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Claudia Li grew up in New Zealand, with her
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    Claudia Li Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Claudia Li grew up in New Zealand, with her family working in the art world. Early on, Claudia knew she wanted to follow a similar path but work in fashion and design. Once she gained a Bachelor degree, Li moved to London to study Fashion Design at the world-famous school Central Saint Martins. She then chose to move to New York City and studied at Parsons School of Design, earning a Master of Fine Arts in Fashion Design. After gaining experience at Brandon Maxwell, Haus of Gaga and J.W.Anderson in 2015 Li Launched her self named clothing line. For this runway season, Claudia Li has prepared 40 unique looks. The print motif used was from a lily Li used in a flay-lay photograph that she took. This motif was seen in a variety of color combinations like white and black, pink and black, and green and white. A few of the pieces shown had materials that looked iridescent or almost even holographic. These were presented in shades of blue, violet, gold, and silver. Li provided an extensive range of products like dresses, tops, pants, skirts, shorts, jackets, coats, sweaters and handbags. Lastly, something we noticed is only Asian models walked the runway during this presentation. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Claudia Li Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #claudiali #claudialiarticle #claudialifw19 #fw19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #lindagaunt #lindagauntarticle 15_2048x21_2048x35_2048x37_2048x
    Claudia Li Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Claudia Li grew up in New Zealand, with her
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    Claudia Li Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Claudia Li grew up in New Zealand, with her family working in the art world. Early on, Claudia knew she wanted to follow a similar path but work in fashion and design. Once she gained a Bachelor degree, Li moved to London to study Fashion Design at the world-famous school Central Saint Martins. She then chose to move to New York City and studied at Parsons School of Design, earning a Master of Fine Arts in Fashion Design. After gaining experience at Brandon Maxwell, Haus of Gaga and J.W.Anderson in 2015 Li Launched her self named clothing line. For this runway season, Claudia Li has prepared 40 unique looks. The print motif used was from a lily Li used in a flay-lay photograph that she took. This motif was seen in a variety of color combinations like white and black, pink and black, and green and white. A few of the pieces shown had materials that looked iridescent or almost even holographic. These were presented in shades of blue, violet, gold, and silver. Li provided an extensive range of products like dresses, tops, pants, skirts, shorts, jackets, coats, sweaters and handbags. Lastly, something we noticed is only Asian models walked the runway during this presentation. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Claudia Li Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #claudiali #claudialiarticle #claudialifw19 #fw19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #lindagaunt #lindagauntarticle 15_2048x21_2048x35_2048x37_2048x
    Claudia Li Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Claudia Li grew up in New Zealand, with her
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    Claudia Li Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Claudia Li grew up in New Zealand, with her family working in the art world. Early on, Claudia knew she wanted to follow a similar path but work in fashion and design. Once she gained a Bachelor degree, Li moved to London to study Fashion Design at the world-famous school Central Saint Martins. She then chose to move to New York City and studied at Parsons School of Design, earning a Master of Fine Arts in Fashion Design. After gaining experience at Brandon Maxwell, Haus of Gaga and J.W.Anderson in 2015 Li Launched her self named clothing line. For this runway season, Claudia Li has prepared 40 unique looks. The print motif used was from a lily Li used in a flay-lay photograph that she took. This motif was seen in a variety of color combinations like white and black, pink and black, and green and white. A few of the pieces shown had materials that looked iridescent or almost even holographic. These were presented in shades of blue, violet, gold, and silver. Li provided an extensive range of products like dresses, tops, pants, skirts, shorts, jackets, coats, sweaters and handbags. Lastly, something we noticed is only Asian models walked the runway during this presentation. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Claudia Li Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #claudiali #claudialiarticle #claudialifw19 #fw19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #lindagaunt #lindagauntarticle 15_2048x21_2048x35_2048x37_2048x
    Claudia Li Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Claudia Li grew up in New Zealand, with her
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 1 year, 4 months ago

    Clare V.
    Once a blogger and journalist, over 10 years ago Clare Vivier chose to branch out and start her own fashion line titled Clare V. The line focuses on leather handbags and accessories but over time has also expanded into apparel, eyewear, travel goods, fragrances and home decor. Although their headquarters are based in Los Angeles,…[Read more]

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    Clare V. Once a blogger and journalist, over 10 years ago Clare Vivier chose to branch out and start her own fashion line titled Clare V. The line focuses on leather handbags and accessories but over time has also expanded into apparel, eyewear, travel goods, fragrances and home decor. Although their headquarters are based in Los Angeles, California, a hallmark for the brand is incorporating chic Parisian elements and details. This is inspired by her French husband and family. She continues to travel from the United States to France to gain inspiration for her brand and upcoming collections. In 2014 she was accepted as a member of the Council of Fashion Designers of America, a prestigious title that all American based designers work endlessly hard to achieve. Charities and giving back to the community plays a large role for the Clare V. brand. They have been a part of organizations like Every Mother Counts, Planned Parenthood, Everytown for Gun Safety and Toms. Clare V. currently has 8 permanent boutiques open across the United States. They are also following a popular trend of opening pop-up shops. This allows residents of different areas to experience what the Clare V. brand is about and get to experience their products first hand. They are stocked at a variety of stores online and around the world including Nordstrom, Anthropology, Revolve and Shopbop. written by Style is Viral photography by Clare V. Click HERE to visit and learn more about Clare V. #article #clarev #clarevarticle #bradburylewisarticle #styleisviral Attache - Tan Spring Snake w Evergreen Navy & Red Mini Stripes F19 SAMPLEFlore - Black & Cream Woven Zig-Zag F19 SAMPLELe Zip Sac - Black Honolulu F19 SAMPLESimple Tote - Garden Stripe F19 SAMPLE
    Clare V. Once a blogger and journalist, over 10 years ago Clare Vivier chose to branch out and start
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    Clare V. Once a blogger and journalist, over 10 years ago Clare Vivier chose to branch out and start her own fashion line titled Clare V. The line focuses on leather handbags and accessories but over time has also expanded into apparel, eyewear, travel goods, fragrances and home decor. Although their headquarters are based in Los Angeles, California, a hallmark for the brand is incorporating chic Parisian elements and details. This is inspired by her French husband and family. She continues to travel from the United States to France to gain inspiration for her brand and upcoming collections. In 2014 she was accepted as a member of the Council of Fashion Designers of America, a prestigious title that all American based designers work endlessly hard to achieve. Charities and giving back to the community plays a large role for the Clare V. brand. They have been a part of organizations like Every Mother Counts, Planned Parenthood, Everytown for Gun Safety and Toms. Clare V. currently has 8 permanent boutiques open across the United States. They are also following a popular trend of opening pop-up shops. This allows residents of different areas to experience what the Clare V. brand is about and get to experience their products first hand. They are stocked at a variety of stores online and around the world including Nordstrom, Anthropology, Revolve and Shopbop. written by Style is Viral photography by Clare V. Click HERE to visit and learn more about Clare V. #article #clarev #clarevarticle #bradburylewisarticle #styleisviral Attache - Tan Spring Snake w Evergreen Navy & Red Mini Stripes F19 SAMPLEFlore - Black & Cream Woven Zig-Zag F19 SAMPLELe Zip Sac - Black Honolulu F19 SAMPLESimple Tote - Garden Stripe F19 SAMPLE
    Clare V. Once a blogger and journalist, over 10 years ago Clare Vivier chose to branch out and start
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    Clare V. Once a blogger and journalist, over 10 years ago Clare Vivier chose to branch out and start her own fashion line titled Clare V. The line focuses on leather handbags and accessories but over time has also expanded into apparel, eyewear, travel goods, fragrances and home decor. Although their headquarters are based in Los Angeles, California, a hallmark for the brand is incorporating chic Parisian elements and details. This is inspired by her French husband and family. She continues to travel from the United States to France to gain inspiration for her brand and upcoming collections. In 2014 she was accepted as a member of the Council of Fashion Designers of America, a prestigious title that all American based designers work endlessly hard to achieve. Charities and giving back to the community plays a large role for the Clare V. brand. They have been a part of organizations like Every Mother Counts, Planned Parenthood, Everytown for Gun Safety and Toms. Clare V. currently has 8 permanent boutiques open across the United States. They are also following a popular trend of opening pop-up shops. This allows residents of different areas to experience what the Clare V. brand is about and get to experience their products first hand. They are stocked at a variety of stores online and around the world including Nordstrom, Anthropology, Revolve and Shopbop. written by Style is Viral photography by Clare V. Click HERE to visit and learn more about Clare V. #article #clarev #clarevarticle #bradburylewisarticle #styleisviral Attache - Tan Spring Snake w Evergreen Navy & Red Mini Stripes F19 SAMPLEFlore - Black & Cream Woven Zig-Zag F19 SAMPLELe Zip Sac - Black Honolulu F19 SAMPLESimple Tote - Garden Stripe F19 SAMPLE
    Clare V. Once a blogger and journalist, over 10 years ago Clare Vivier chose to branch out and start
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    Clare V. Once a blogger and journalist, over 10 years ago Clare Vivier chose to branch out and start her own fashion line titled Clare V. The line focuses on leather handbags and accessories but over time has also expanded into apparel, eyewear, travel goods, fragrances and home decor. Although their headquarters are based in Los Angeles, California, a hallmark for the brand is incorporating chic Parisian elements and details. This is inspired by her French husband and family. She continues to travel from the United States to France to gain inspiration for her brand and upcoming collections. In 2014 she was accepted as a member of the Council of Fashion Designers of America, a prestigious title that all American based designers work endlessly hard to achieve. Charities and giving back to the community plays a large role for the Clare V. brand. They have been a part of organizations like Every Mother Counts, Planned Parenthood, Everytown for Gun Safety and Toms. Clare V. currently has 8 permanent boutiques open across the United States. They are also following a popular trend of opening pop-up shops. This allows residents of different areas to experience what the Clare V. brand is about and get to experience their products first hand. They are stocked at a variety of stores online and around the world including Nordstrom, Anthropology, Revolve and Shopbop. written by Style is Viral photography by Clare V. Click HERE to visit and learn more about Clare V. #article #clarev #clarevarticle #bradburylewisarticle #styleisviral Attache - Tan Spring Snake w Evergreen Navy & Red Mini Stripes F19 SAMPLEFlore - Black & Cream Woven Zig-Zag F19 SAMPLELe Zip Sac - Black Honolulu F19 SAMPLESimple Tote - Garden Stripe F19 SAMPLE
    Clare V. Once a blogger and journalist, over 10 years ago Clare Vivier chose to branch out and start
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 1 year, 5 months ago

    Jun Jie Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week
    Jun Jie brand was created in New York City by designer Jun Jie Yang in 2017. Previously this brand made a big splash at New York Fashion Week. During Spring Summer 2018 they won Vfiles Runway Season 9, a big memorable moment for fans of NYFW, Vfiles and Jun Jie. Now a year later the brand is…[Read more]

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    Jun Jie Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Jun Jie brand was created in New York City by designer Jun Jie Yang in 2017. Previously this brand made a big splash at New York Fashion Week. During Spring Summer 2018 they won Vfiles Runway Season 9, a big memorable moment for fans of NYFW, Vfiles and Jun Jie. Now a year later the brand is holding their own presentation during New York Fashion Week. They chose to not hold a runway show but rather a presentation. Jun Jie created several modern and futuristic pieces, yet this collection primarily reflects the 70’s era. Using the technique of cutouts throughout the collection created special one of a kind pieces like the white dress with triangular cutouts on both sides near the ribs and a large collar wrapped around the shoulders. Just based on this piece alone you can tell Yang is very experienced and specializes in construction. This reminds us of architecture you see in pieces in Paris Fashion Week and Haute Couture Fashion Week. Purples, oranges, yellows and blues are used in 70’s shades to help match with the theme. Models were accessorized with futuristic shoes, handbags in basic geometric shapes, belts and bi-toned gloves. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Jun Jie Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #junjie #junjiearticle #junjiess19 #ss19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle hauturely_20180909_junjie_ss19_500hauturely_20180909_junjie_ss19_226hauturely_20180909_junjie_ss19_217hauturely_20180909_junjie_ss19_077的副本
    Jun Jie Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Jun Jie brand was created in New York City b
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    Jun Jie Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Jun Jie brand was created in New York City by designer Jun Jie Yang in 2017. Previously this brand made a big splash at New York Fashion Week. During Spring Summer 2018 they won Vfiles Runway Season 9, a big memorable moment for fans of NYFW, Vfiles and Jun Jie. Now a year later the brand is holding their own presentation during New York Fashion Week. They chose to not hold a runway show but rather a presentation. Jun Jie created several modern and futuristic pieces, yet this collection primarily reflects the 70’s era. Using the technique of cutouts throughout the collection created special one of a kind pieces like the white dress with triangular cutouts on both sides near the ribs and a large collar wrapped around the shoulders. Just based on this piece alone you can tell Yang is very experienced and specializes in construction. This reminds us of architecture you see in pieces in Paris Fashion Week and Haute Couture Fashion Week. Purples, oranges, yellows and blues are used in 70’s shades to help match with the theme. Models were accessorized with futuristic shoes, handbags in basic geometric shapes, belts and bi-toned gloves. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Jun Jie Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #junjie #junjiearticle #junjiess19 #ss19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle hauturely_20180909_junjie_ss19_500hauturely_20180909_junjie_ss19_226hauturely_20180909_junjie_ss19_217hauturely_20180909_junjie_ss19_077的副本
    Jun Jie Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Jun Jie brand was created in New York City b
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    Jun Jie Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Jun Jie brand was created in New York City by designer Jun Jie Yang in 2017. Previously this brand made a big splash at New York Fashion Week. During Spring Summer 2018 they won Vfiles Runway Season 9, a big memorable moment for fans of NYFW, Vfiles and Jun Jie. Now a year later the brand is holding their own presentation during New York Fashion Week. They chose to not hold a runway show but rather a presentation. Jun Jie created several modern and futuristic pieces, yet this collection primarily reflects the 70’s era. Using the technique of cutouts throughout the collection created special one of a kind pieces like the white dress with triangular cutouts on both sides near the ribs and a large collar wrapped around the shoulders. Just based on this piece alone you can tell Yang is very experienced and specializes in construction. This reminds us of architecture you see in pieces in Paris Fashion Week and Haute Couture Fashion Week. Purples, oranges, yellows and blues are used in 70’s shades to help match with the theme. Models were accessorized with futuristic shoes, handbags in basic geometric shapes, belts and bi-toned gloves. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Jun Jie Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #junjie #junjiearticle #junjiess19 #ss19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle hauturely_20180909_junjie_ss19_500hauturely_20180909_junjie_ss19_226hauturely_20180909_junjie_ss19_217hauturely_20180909_junjie_ss19_077的副本
    Jun Jie Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Jun Jie brand was created in New York City b
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    Jun Jie Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Jun Jie brand was created in New York City by designer Jun Jie Yang in 2017. Previously this brand made a big splash at New York Fashion Week. During Spring Summer 2018 they won Vfiles Runway Season 9, a big memorable moment for fans of NYFW, Vfiles and Jun Jie. Now a year later the brand is holding their own presentation during New York Fashion Week. They chose to not hold a runway show but rather a presentation. Jun Jie created several modern and futuristic pieces, yet this collection primarily reflects the 70’s era. Using the technique of cutouts throughout the collection created special one of a kind pieces like the white dress with triangular cutouts on both sides near the ribs and a large collar wrapped around the shoulders. Just based on this piece alone you can tell Yang is very experienced and specializes in construction. This reminds us of architecture you see in pieces in Paris Fashion Week and Haute Couture Fashion Week. Purples, oranges, yellows and blues are used in 70’s shades to help match with the theme. Models were accessorized with futuristic shoes, handbags in basic geometric shapes, belts and bi-toned gloves. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Jun Jie Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #junjie #junjiearticle #junjiess19 #ss19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle hauturely_20180909_junjie_ss19_500hauturely_20180909_junjie_ss19_226hauturely_20180909_junjie_ss19_217hauturely_20180909_junjie_ss19_077的副本
    Jun Jie Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Jun Jie brand was created in New York City b
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 1 year, 5 months ago

    Alessandro Trincone Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week
    Alessandro Trincone is an Italian fashion designer, born in Naples. It is an interesting choice that he came to New York Fashion Week to present his latest runway show. He graduated in 2012 with a Costume and Fashion Studies degree from the University of “ La Sapienza” in Rome, Ita…[Read more]

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    Alessandro Trincone Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Alessandro Trincone is an Italian fashion designer, born in Naples. It is an interesting choice that he came to New York Fashion Week to present his latest runway show. He graduated in 2012 with a Costume and Fashion Studies degree from the University of “ La Sapienza” in Rome, Italy. Later, he studied at the European Institute of Design and Polimoda. Attending these three fashion schools, he is naturally going to be intuitive and knowledgeable in design and what the people want to see. He mixes beauty with art to create unique collections. He enjoys using a growing technique of genderless clothing in his collections. Although there were both men and women walking, the show and collection flowed seamlessly thanks to Trincone and his extensive training in the fashion world. The whole concept of this show is gender fluidity, breaking boundaries and stereotypes of what you would typically find or expect in a collection. The looks the men wore flowed beautifully into the looks the women were wearing. Feathers, velvet, tulle are used to create an almost haute couture kind of feel to the collection. Mainly light and soft colors of blue, pink, green, purple, black and white were used. Several of the models were seen wearing bonnets, large hats and handbags covered with feathers. My favorite look from the collection was the feather covered pants with a white button down shirt, with the torso covered only in feathers and a giant feathered hat. My favorite part was the color of these feathers gave a holographic effect. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Alessandro Trincone Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #alessandrotrincone #alessandrotrinconearticle #alessandrotrinconefw19 #fw19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #purplepr #purpleprarticle Zw (11)Zw (10)Zw (9)Zw (8)
    Alessandro Trincone Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Alessandro Trincone is an Italian
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    Alessandro Trincone Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Alessandro Trincone is an Italian fashion designer, born in Naples. It is an interesting choice that he came to New York Fashion Week to present his latest runway show. He graduated in 2012 with a Costume and Fashion Studies degree from the University of “ La Sapienza” in Rome, Italy. Later, he studied at the European Institute of Design and Polimoda. Attending these three fashion schools, he is naturally going to be intuitive and knowledgeable in design and what the people want to see. He mixes beauty with art to create unique collections. He enjoys using a growing technique of genderless clothing in his collections. Although there were both men and women walking, the show and collection flowed seamlessly thanks to Trincone and his extensive training in the fashion world. The whole concept of this show is gender fluidity, breaking boundaries and stereotypes of what you would typically find or expect in a collection. The looks the men wore flowed beautifully into the looks the women were wearing. Feathers, velvet, tulle are used to create an almost haute couture kind of feel to the collection. Mainly light and soft colors of blue, pink, green, purple, black and white were used. Several of the models were seen wearing bonnets, large hats and handbags covered with feathers. My favorite look from the collection was the feather covered pants with a white button down shirt, with the torso covered only in feathers and a giant feathered hat. My favorite part was the color of these feathers gave a holographic effect. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Alessandro Trincone Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #alessandrotrincone #alessandrotrinconearticle #alessandrotrinconefw19 #fw19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #purplepr #purpleprarticle Zw (11)Zw (10)Zw (9)Zw (8)
    Alessandro Trincone Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Alessandro Trincone is an Italian
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    Alessandro Trincone Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Alessandro Trincone is an Italian fashion designer, born in Naples. It is an interesting choice that he came to New York Fashion Week to present his latest runway show. He graduated in 2012 with a Costume and Fashion Studies degree from the University of “ La Sapienza” in Rome, Italy. Later, he studied at the European Institute of Design and Polimoda. Attending these three fashion schools, he is naturally going to be intuitive and knowledgeable in design and what the people want to see. He mixes beauty with art to create unique collections. He enjoys using a growing technique of genderless clothing in his collections. Although there were both men and women walking, the show and collection flowed seamlessly thanks to Trincone and his extensive training in the fashion world. The whole concept of this show is gender fluidity, breaking boundaries and stereotypes of what you would typically find or expect in a collection. The looks the men wore flowed beautifully into the looks the women were wearing. Feathers, velvet, tulle are used to create an almost haute couture kind of feel to the collection. Mainly light and soft colors of blue, pink, green, purple, black and white were used. Several of the models were seen wearing bonnets, large hats and handbags covered with feathers. My favorite look from the collection was the feather covered pants with a white button down shirt, with the torso covered only in feathers and a giant feathered hat. My favorite part was the color of these feathers gave a holographic effect. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Alessandro Trincone Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #alessandrotrincone #alessandrotrinconearticle #alessandrotrinconefw19 #fw19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #purplepr #purpleprarticle Zw (11)Zw (10)Zw (9)Zw (8)
    Alessandro Trincone Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Alessandro Trincone is an Italian
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    Alessandro Trincone Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Alessandro Trincone is an Italian fashion designer, born in Naples. It is an interesting choice that he came to New York Fashion Week to present his latest runway show. He graduated in 2012 with a Costume and Fashion Studies degree from the University of “ La Sapienza” in Rome, Italy. Later, he studied at the European Institute of Design and Polimoda. Attending these three fashion schools, he is naturally going to be intuitive and knowledgeable in design and what the people want to see. He mixes beauty with art to create unique collections. He enjoys using a growing technique of genderless clothing in his collections. Although there were both men and women walking, the show and collection flowed seamlessly thanks to Trincone and his extensive training in the fashion world. The whole concept of this show is gender fluidity, breaking boundaries and stereotypes of what you would typically find or expect in a collection. The looks the men wore flowed beautifully into the looks the women were wearing. Feathers, velvet, tulle are used to create an almost haute couture kind of feel to the collection. Mainly light and soft colors of blue, pink, green, purple, black and white were used. Several of the models were seen wearing bonnets, large hats and handbags covered with feathers. My favorite look from the collection was the feather covered pants with a white button down shirt, with the torso covered only in feathers and a giant feathered hat. My favorite part was the color of these feathers gave a holographic effect. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Alessandro Trincone Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #alessandrotrincone #alessandrotrinconearticle #alessandrotrinconefw19 #fw19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #purplepr #purpleprarticle Zw (11)Zw (10)Zw (9)Zw (8)
    Alessandro Trincone Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Alessandro Trincone is an Italian
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 1 year, 6 months ago

    Negris LeBrum Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week
    Leaving their headquarters of Houston, Texas, Negris LeBrum returns to New York Fashion Week once again! Being a bit inspired by Mardi Gras, traditional Mardi Gras beads in a variety of colors and fun masks were placed on guests’ chairs before the guests entered the show. This of course…[Read more]

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    Negris LeBrum Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Leaving their headquarters of Houston, Texas, Negris LeBrum returns to New York Fashion Week once again! Being a bit inspired by Mardi Gras, traditional Mardi Gras beads in a variety of colors and fun masks were placed on guests\' chairs before the guests entered the show. This of course was made to compliment the theme of the after party which was Mardi Gras! For this Spring Summer 2019 collection their designer Travis Hamilton has given it the title Époque Rosée. The big idea behind the collection is to reflect on the time in the late 60\'s and early 70\'s when blues and jazz music was becoming popular. This of course ties into the Mardi Gras aspect with blues music having such a big history in the city of New Orleans. The colors of red, pink, orange, white and black used throughout the collection are all chosen to reflect on this time period and theme. Adding details to the collection like sequins and jacquard fabric brought extra fun. Our favorite look was a casual full length day dress with buttons down the center that was made with a soft floral print of primarily white but also a light orange and pink shade. Several of the looks were accessorized with small handbags, belts, sunglasses and scarves. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Negris LeBrum Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #negrislebrum #negrislebrumarticle #negrislebrumss19 #styleisviral #nyfwarticle Negris+LeBrum+Spring+Summer+2019+Dsy8z8VFwTBxNegris+LeBrum+Spring+Summer+2019+9MpUT_MDaqnxNegris+LeBrum+Spring+Summer+2019+Rk39RCLNO6SxNegris+LeBrum+Spring+Summer+2019+EQvqDRjrq6_x
    Negris LeBrum Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Leaving their headquarters of Houston,
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    Negris LeBrum Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Leaving their headquarters of Houston, Texas, Negris LeBrum returns to New York Fashion Week once again! Being a bit inspired by Mardi Gras, traditional Mardi Gras beads in a variety of colors and fun masks were placed on guests\' chairs before the guests entered the show. This of course was made to compliment the theme of the after party which was Mardi Gras! For this Spring Summer 2019 collection their designer Travis Hamilton has given it the title Époque Rosée. The big idea behind the collection is to reflect on the time in the late 60\'s and early 70\'s when blues and jazz music was becoming popular. This of course ties into the Mardi Gras aspect with blues music having such a big history in the city of New Orleans. The colors of red, pink, orange, white and black used throughout the collection are all chosen to reflect on this time period and theme. Adding details to the collection like sequins and jacquard fabric brought extra fun. Our favorite look was a casual full length day dress with buttons down the center that was made with a soft floral print of primarily white but also a light orange and pink shade. Several of the looks were accessorized with small handbags, belts, sunglasses and scarves. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Negris LeBrum Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #negrislebrum #negrislebrumarticle #negrislebrumss19 #styleisviral #nyfwarticle Negris+LeBrum+Spring+Summer+2019+Dsy8z8VFwTBxNegris+LeBrum+Spring+Summer+2019+9MpUT_MDaqnxNegris+LeBrum+Spring+Summer+2019+Rk39RCLNO6SxNegris+LeBrum+Spring+Summer+2019+EQvqDRjrq6_x
    Negris LeBrum Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Leaving their headquarters of Houston,
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    Negris LeBrum Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Leaving their headquarters of Houston, Texas, Negris LeBrum returns to New York Fashion Week once again! Being a bit inspired by Mardi Gras, traditional Mardi Gras beads in a variety of colors and fun masks were placed on guests\' chairs before the guests entered the show. This of course was made to compliment the theme of the after party which was Mardi Gras! For this Spring Summer 2019 collection their designer Travis Hamilton has given it the title Époque Rosée. The big idea behind the collection is to reflect on the time in the late 60\'s and early 70\'s when blues and jazz music was becoming popular. This of course ties into the Mardi Gras aspect with blues music having such a big history in the city of New Orleans. The colors of red, pink, orange, white and black used throughout the collection are all chosen to reflect on this time period and theme. Adding details to the collection like sequins and jacquard fabric brought extra fun. Our favorite look was a casual full length day dress with buttons down the center that was made with a soft floral print of primarily white but also a light orange and pink shade. Several of the looks were accessorized with small handbags, belts, sunglasses and scarves. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Negris LeBrum Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #negrislebrum #negrislebrumarticle #negrislebrumss19 #styleisviral #nyfwarticle Negris+LeBrum+Spring+Summer+2019+Dsy8z8VFwTBxNegris+LeBrum+Spring+Summer+2019+9MpUT_MDaqnxNegris+LeBrum+Spring+Summer+2019+Rk39RCLNO6SxNegris+LeBrum+Spring+Summer+2019+EQvqDRjrq6_x
    Negris LeBrum Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Leaving their headquarters of Houston,
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    Negris LeBrum Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Leaving their headquarters of Houston, Texas, Negris LeBrum returns to New York Fashion Week once again! Being a bit inspired by Mardi Gras, traditional Mardi Gras beads in a variety of colors and fun masks were placed on guests\' chairs before the guests entered the show. This of course was made to compliment the theme of the after party which was Mardi Gras! For this Spring Summer 2019 collection their designer Travis Hamilton has given it the title Époque Rosée. The big idea behind the collection is to reflect on the time in the late 60\'s and early 70\'s when blues and jazz music was becoming popular. This of course ties into the Mardi Gras aspect with blues music having such a big history in the city of New Orleans. The colors of red, pink, orange, white and black used throughout the collection are all chosen to reflect on this time period and theme. Adding details to the collection like sequins and jacquard fabric brought extra fun. Our favorite look was a casual full length day dress with buttons down the center that was made with a soft floral print of primarily white but also a light orange and pink shade. Several of the looks were accessorized with small handbags, belts, sunglasses and scarves. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Negris LeBrum Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #negrislebrum #negrislebrumarticle #negrislebrumss19 #styleisviral #nyfwarticle Negris+LeBrum+Spring+Summer+2019+Dsy8z8VFwTBxNegris+LeBrum+Spring+Summer+2019+9MpUT_MDaqnxNegris+LeBrum+Spring+Summer+2019+Rk39RCLNO6SxNegris+LeBrum+Spring+Summer+2019+EQvqDRjrq6_x
    Negris LeBrum Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Leaving their headquarters of Houston,
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    Marcel Ostertag Fall Winter 2018 during New York Fashion Week
    Based out of Berlin, Germany Designer Marcel Ostertag has chosen to show his collection at NYFW for another season. For his Fall Winter 2018 collection, Ostertag has titled it “Opium.” This collection is inspired by fashionistas and the 1970’s era of Yves Saint Laurent. Both of these…[Read more]

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    Marcel Ostertag Fall Winter 2018 during New York Fashion Week Based out of Berlin, Germany Designer Marcel Ostertag has chosen to show his collection at NYFW for another season. For his Fall Winter 2018 collection, Ostertag has titled it “Opium.” This collection is inspired by fashionistas and the 1970’s era of Yves Saint Laurent. Both of these factors you can quickly see in the collection with the unique and bold choices of prints and materials used such as leopard print, stripe patterns, sequined fabric, faux fur coats, cashmere and silk. Colors of navy blue, wine red, bright orange, pea green and blush pink are brought together to bring this collection to life. One of our favorite looks was green overalls featuring oversized pockets with orange straps holding the overalls in place and a matching orange belt with a red and white printed button down blouse underneath. Another unique look we loved was a bright orange mini dress with 2 large pockets around the front of the waist and a large floppy bow on the left shoulder with a deep natural pink-toned blouse and thigh high green boots to finish the look. Handbags seen throughout the show include stylish modern fanny packs, crossbody bags and backpacks. At the end of the show instead of the models walking down in a single file line, the models marched down the runway in a group, creating a fun powerful closing for the show. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Marcel Ostertag Fall Winter 2018 collection. #article #marcelostertag #marcelostertagarticle #marcelostertagfw18 #styleisviral #nyfwarticle #tbgworld #tbgworldarticle Marcel+Ostertag+Fall+2018+RVB6mARDBYTxMarcel+Ostertag+Fall+2018+AdVvJVlsNgTxMarcel+Ostertag+Fall+2018+5k458JydrJTxMarcel+Ostertag+Fall+2018+sarkEORjhndx
    Marcel Ostertag Fall Winter 2018 during New York Fashion Week Based out of Berlin, Germany Designer
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    Marcel Ostertag Fall Winter 2018 during New York Fashion Week Based out of Berlin, Germany Designer Marcel Ostertag has chosen to show his collection at NYFW for another season. For his Fall Winter 2018 collection, Ostertag has titled it “Opium.” This collection is inspired by fashionistas and the 1970’s era of Yves Saint Laurent. Both of these factors you can quickly see in the collection with the unique and bold choices of prints and materials used such as leopard print, stripe patterns, sequined fabric, faux fur coats, cashmere and silk. Colors of navy blue, wine red, bright orange, pea green and blush pink are brought together to bring this collection to life. One of our favorite looks was green overalls featuring oversized pockets with orange straps holding the overalls in place and a matching orange belt with a red and white printed button down blouse underneath. Another unique look we loved was a bright orange mini dress with 2 large pockets around the front of the waist and a large floppy bow on the left shoulder with a deep natural pink-toned blouse and thigh high green boots to finish the look. Handbags seen throughout the show include stylish modern fanny packs, crossbody bags and backpacks. At the end of the show instead of the models walking down in a single file line, the models marched down the runway in a group, creating a fun powerful closing for the show. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Marcel Ostertag Fall Winter 2018 collection. #article #marcelostertag #marcelostertagarticle #marcelostertagfw18 #styleisviral #nyfwarticle #tbgworld #tbgworldarticle Marcel+Ostertag+Fall+2018+RVB6mARDBYTxMarcel+Ostertag+Fall+2018+AdVvJVlsNgTxMarcel+Ostertag+Fall+2018+5k458JydrJTxMarcel+Ostertag+Fall+2018+sarkEORjhndx
    Marcel Ostertag Fall Winter 2018 during New York Fashion Week Based out of Berlin, Germany Designer
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    Marcel Ostertag Fall Winter 2018 during New York Fashion Week Based out of Berlin, Germany Designer Marcel Ostertag has chosen to show his collection at NYFW for another season. For his Fall Winter 2018 collection, Ostertag has titled it “Opium.” This collection is inspired by fashionistas and the 1970’s era of Yves Saint Laurent. Both of these factors you can quickly see in the collection with the unique and bold choices of prints and materials used such as leopard print, stripe patterns, sequined fabric, faux fur coats, cashmere and silk. Colors of navy blue, wine red, bright orange, pea green and blush pink are brought together to bring this collection to life. One of our favorite looks was green overalls featuring oversized pockets with orange straps holding the overalls in place and a matching orange belt with a red and white printed button down blouse underneath. Another unique look we loved was a bright orange mini dress with 2 large pockets around the front of the waist and a large floppy bow on the left shoulder with a deep natural pink-toned blouse and thigh high green boots to finish the look. Handbags seen throughout the show include stylish modern fanny packs, crossbody bags and backpacks. At the end of the show instead of the models walking down in a single file line, the models marched down the runway in a group, creating a fun powerful closing for the show. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Marcel Ostertag Fall Winter 2018 collection. #article #marcelostertag #marcelostertagarticle #marcelostertagfw18 #styleisviral #nyfwarticle #tbgworld #tbgworldarticle Marcel+Ostertag+Fall+2018+RVB6mARDBYTxMarcel+Ostertag+Fall+2018+AdVvJVlsNgTxMarcel+Ostertag+Fall+2018+5k458JydrJTxMarcel+Ostertag+Fall+2018+sarkEORjhndx
    Marcel Ostertag Fall Winter 2018 during New York Fashion Week Based out of Berlin, Germany Designer
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    Marcel Ostertag Fall Winter 2018 during New York Fashion Week Based out of Berlin, Germany Designer Marcel Ostertag has chosen to show his collection at NYFW for another season. For his Fall Winter 2018 collection, Ostertag has titled it “Opium.” This collection is inspired by fashionistas and the 1970’s era of Yves Saint Laurent. Both of these factors you can quickly see in the collection with the unique and bold choices of prints and materials used such as leopard print, stripe patterns, sequined fabric, faux fur coats, cashmere and silk. Colors of navy blue, wine red, bright orange, pea green and blush pink are brought together to bring this collection to life. One of our favorite looks was green overalls featuring oversized pockets with orange straps holding the overalls in place and a matching orange belt with a red and white printed button down blouse underneath. Another unique look we loved was a bright orange mini dress with 2 large pockets around the front of the waist and a large floppy bow on the left shoulder with a deep natural pink-toned blouse and thigh high green boots to finish the look. Handbags seen throughout the show include stylish modern fanny packs, crossbody bags and backpacks. At the end of the show instead of the models walking down in a single file line, the models marched down the runway in a group, creating a fun powerful closing for the show. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Marcel Ostertag Fall Winter 2018 collection. #article #marcelostertag #marcelostertagarticle #marcelostertagfw18 #styleisviral #nyfwarticle #tbgworld #tbgworldarticle Marcel+Ostertag+Fall+2018+RVB6mARDBYTxMarcel+Ostertag+Fall+2018+AdVvJVlsNgTxMarcel+Ostertag+Fall+2018+5k458JydrJTxMarcel+Ostertag+Fall+2018+sarkEORjhndx
    Marcel Ostertag Fall Winter 2018 during New York Fashion Week Based out of Berlin, Germany Designer
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    Cahiers at Asia Fashion Collection Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week
    Asia Fashion Collection held their 6th annual show debuting Fall Winter 2019 at Spring Studios on February 9th 2019. The goal of Asia Fashion Collection is to help discover and support up and coming designers from Asia. This season they featured womenswear and…[Read more]

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    Cahiers at Asia Fashion Collection Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Asia Fashion Collection held their 6th annual show debuting Fall Winter 2019 at Spring Studios on February 9th 2019. The goal of Asia Fashion Collection is to help discover and support up and coming designers from Asia. This season they featured womenswear and menswear looks. The brands that showed at Asia Fashion Collection were kenichi. by Kenichi Ishida from Japan, Fey Minoriyanagase by Midori Yanagase from Japan, Kanon by Kanon Hayata from Japan, Cahiers by Ayoung Kim from South Korea, Tsung Yu Chan by Joe Chan from Taiwan, Titat by Titat Kuantrakul from Thailand and Hyun Jung by Hyun Kyeong Jung from South Korea. My favorite designer that showed was Cahiers by Ayoung Kim. Designer Ayoung featured eight looks. The colors ranged from dark purples, reds, blues, metalics, soft beige, and a hint of pink. These colors gave the collection a chic rockstar vibe. Fur, feathers and velvet were some of the materials featured on the pieces that provided an elegant and high-end feel to the collection. My favorite piece from the collection was the distressed blue coat displaying a shade of navy. Most of the looks featured a handbag. Several of the handbags had fringe made out of metal links which was the perfect touch to these fun looks. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Asia Fashion Collection Fall Winter 2019. #article #asiafashioncollection #asiafashioncollectionarticle #asiafashioncollectionfw19 #fw19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #newyorktokyo #newyorktokyoarticlehauturely_3_cahiers8111hauturely_3_cahiers8115hauturely_3_cahiers8119hauturely_3_cahiers8123
    Cahiers at Asia Fashion Collection Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Asia Fashion Collec
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    Cahiers at Asia Fashion Collection Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Asia Fashion Collection held their 6th annual show debuting Fall Winter 2019 at Spring Studios on February 9th 2019. The goal of Asia Fashion Collection is to help discover and support up and coming designers from Asia. This season they featured womenswear and menswear looks. The brands that showed at Asia Fashion Collection were kenichi. by Kenichi Ishida from Japan, Fey Minoriyanagase by Midori Yanagase from Japan, Kanon by Kanon Hayata from Japan, Cahiers by Ayoung Kim from South Korea, Tsung Yu Chan by Joe Chan from Taiwan, Titat by Titat Kuantrakul from Thailand and Hyun Jung by Hyun Kyeong Jung from South Korea. My favorite designer that showed was Cahiers by Ayoung Kim. Designer Ayoung featured eight looks. The colors ranged from dark purples, reds, blues, metalics, soft beige, and a hint of pink. These colors gave the collection a chic rockstar vibe. Fur, feathers and velvet were some of the materials featured on the pieces that provided an elegant and high-end feel to the collection. My favorite piece from the collection was the distressed blue coat displaying a shade of navy. Most of the looks featured a handbag. Several of the handbags had fringe made out of metal links which was the perfect touch to these fun looks. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Asia Fashion Collection Fall Winter 2019. #article #asiafashioncollection #asiafashioncollectionarticle #asiafashioncollectionfw19 #fw19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #newyorktokyo #newyorktokyoarticlehauturely_3_cahiers8111hauturely_3_cahiers8115hauturely_3_cahiers8119hauturely_3_cahiers8123
    Cahiers at Asia Fashion Collection Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Asia Fashion Collec
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    Cahiers at Asia Fashion Collection Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Asia Fashion Collection held their 6th annual show debuting Fall Winter 2019 at Spring Studios on February 9th 2019. The goal of Asia Fashion Collection is to help discover and support up and coming designers from Asia. This season they featured womenswear and menswear looks. The brands that showed at Asia Fashion Collection were kenichi. by Kenichi Ishida from Japan, Fey Minoriyanagase by Midori Yanagase from Japan, Kanon by Kanon Hayata from Japan, Cahiers by Ayoung Kim from South Korea, Tsung Yu Chan by Joe Chan from Taiwan, Titat by Titat Kuantrakul from Thailand and Hyun Jung by Hyun Kyeong Jung from South Korea. My favorite designer that showed was Cahiers by Ayoung Kim. Designer Ayoung featured eight looks. The colors ranged from dark purples, reds, blues, metalics, soft beige, and a hint of pink. These colors gave the collection a chic rockstar vibe. Fur, feathers and velvet were some of the materials featured on the pieces that provided an elegant and high-end feel to the collection. My favorite piece from the collection was the distressed blue coat displaying a shade of navy. Most of the looks featured a handbag. Several of the handbags had fringe made out of metal links which was the perfect touch to these fun looks. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Asia Fashion Collection Fall Winter 2019. #article #asiafashioncollection #asiafashioncollectionarticle #asiafashioncollectionfw19 #fw19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #newyorktokyo #newyorktokyoarticlehauturely_3_cahiers8111hauturely_3_cahiers8115hauturely_3_cahiers8119hauturely_3_cahiers8123
    Cahiers at Asia Fashion Collection Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Asia Fashion Collec
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    Cahiers at Asia Fashion Collection Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Asia Fashion Collection held their 6th annual show debuting Fall Winter 2019 at Spring Studios on February 9th 2019. The goal of Asia Fashion Collection is to help discover and support up and coming designers from Asia. This season they featured womenswear and menswear looks. The brands that showed at Asia Fashion Collection were kenichi. by Kenichi Ishida from Japan, Fey Minoriyanagase by Midori Yanagase from Japan, Kanon by Kanon Hayata from Japan, Cahiers by Ayoung Kim from South Korea, Tsung Yu Chan by Joe Chan from Taiwan, Titat by Titat Kuantrakul from Thailand and Hyun Jung by Hyun Kyeong Jung from South Korea. My favorite designer that showed was Cahiers by Ayoung Kim. Designer Ayoung featured eight looks. The colors ranged from dark purples, reds, blues, metalics, soft beige, and a hint of pink. These colors gave the collection a chic rockstar vibe. Fur, feathers and velvet were some of the materials featured on the pieces that provided an elegant and high-end feel to the collection. My favorite piece from the collection was the distressed blue coat displaying a shade of navy. Most of the looks featured a handbag. Several of the handbags had fringe made out of metal links which was the perfect touch to these fun looks. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Asia Fashion Collection Fall Winter 2019. #article #asiafashioncollection #asiafashioncollectionarticle #asiafashioncollectionfw19 #fw19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #newyorktokyo #newyorktokyoarticlehauturely_3_cahiers8111hauturely_3_cahiers8115hauturely_3_cahiers8119hauturely_3_cahiers8123
    Cahiers at Asia Fashion Collection Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week Asia Fashion Collec
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    Tropical Jungle at Manish Arora Spring Summer 2019 at Paris Fashion Week
    At noon, with the sun at its zenith, ideal to light the greenhouse of the collection of the Fashion designer Manish ARORA, which took place behind the Pavilion LEDOYEN, near the Grand Palais, usual place for the CHANEL shows. The designer is also nicknamed “Indian GALLIANO”,…[Read more]

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    Tropical Jungle at Manish Arora Spring Summer 2019 at Paris Fashion Week At noon, with the sun at its zenith, ideal to light the greenhouse of the collection of the Fashion designer Manish ARORA, which took place behind the Pavilion LEDOYEN, near the Grand Palais, usual place for the CHANEL shows. The designer is also nicknamed \"Indian GALLIANO\", for his taste of extravagance in color and theatricality, which can obviously recall the spirit of the DIOR collections under the GALLIANO era, now at MARGIELA. In a pavilion all in transparency, as in a greenhouse, the guests wore incredible outfits: very colorful, that give a taste before discovering the first silhouettes in collaboration with the soccer team PARIS SAINT GERMAIN. Bombers, sweatshirts are named after the team of its favorite players like M\'BAPPE, or NEYMAR JR, whose name appears on the sleeve of a technical coat with holographic reflections. It reminds that football also inspire women\'s fashion, by playing on a palette of rich colors: nuances appearing under metallic reflections, and holographic like flowers of an idealized tropical jungle. The codes therefore remain in the sportswear spirit but with girly rating, in addition to the color, by the make up signed MAC COSMETICS, which mixes tribal inspiration with patterns and fluorescent spots, which agree with XXL loops with the mention “GIRLY “. The models whose look may seem more “GIRLY”, parade with confidence: the woman by Manish ARORA loves extravagance and wants to be seen. The evening looks are also visible in the collection, where the designer pursues his colorimetric research which becomes more graphic, which also appears in a total look like on a long dress, whose stylized flower motifs are entirely made from sequins embroidery- as straight out of a Fauvist painting. Artistic inspiration is also affected when you pay attention to accessories such as earrings and handbags in the shape of a panther. This animal is also in pattern - which will be the trend of the season - fully metallic and sequined on a dress with a “femme fatale” neckline. We also find the motif on a skinny pants mixed with a balloon sleeves blouse, with obviously the XXL knot to mark the size, that reminds of Christobal BALENCIAGA shapes. A collection that will have us travel in the world of Manish ARORA, which is inspired by oriental aesthetics, revisited the trends like sportswear and glamour. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Manish Arora Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #manisharora #manisharoraarticle #manisharorass19 #ss19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle _MAN0022_MAN0993_MAN1062
    Tropical Jungle at Manish Arora Spring Summer 2019 at Paris Fashion Week At noon, with the sun at it
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    Tropical Jungle at Manish Arora Spring Summer 2019 at Paris Fashion Week At noon, with the sun at its zenith, ideal to light the greenhouse of the collection of the Fashion designer Manish ARORA, which took place behind the Pavilion LEDOYEN, near the Grand Palais, usual place for the CHANEL shows. The designer is also nicknamed \"Indian GALLIANO\", for his taste of extravagance in color and theatricality, which can obviously recall the spirit of the DIOR collections under the GALLIANO era, now at MARGIELA. In a pavilion all in transparency, as in a greenhouse, the guests wore incredible outfits: very colorful, that give a taste before discovering the first silhouettes in collaboration with the soccer team PARIS SAINT GERMAIN. Bombers, sweatshirts are named after the team of its favorite players like M\'BAPPE, or NEYMAR JR, whose name appears on the sleeve of a technical coat with holographic reflections. It reminds that football also inspire women\'s fashion, by playing on a palette of rich colors: nuances appearing under metallic reflections, and holographic like flowers of an idealized tropical jungle. The codes therefore remain in the sportswear spirit but with girly rating, in addition to the color, by the make up signed MAC COSMETICS, which mixes tribal inspiration with patterns and fluorescent spots, which agree with XXL loops with the mention “GIRLY “. The models whose look may seem more “GIRLY”, parade with confidence: the woman by Manish ARORA loves extravagance and wants to be seen. The evening looks are also visible in the collection, where the designer pursues his colorimetric research which becomes more graphic, which also appears in a total look like on a long dress, whose stylized flower motifs are entirely made from sequins embroidery- as straight out of a Fauvist painting. Artistic inspiration is also affected when you pay attention to accessories such as earrings and handbags in the shape of a panther. This animal is also in pattern - which will be the trend of the season - fully metallic and sequined on a dress with a “femme fatale” neckline. We also find the motif on a skinny pants mixed with a balloon sleeves blouse, with obviously the XXL knot to mark the size, that reminds of Christobal BALENCIAGA shapes. A collection that will have us travel in the world of Manish ARORA, which is inspired by oriental aesthetics, revisited the trends like sportswear and glamour. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Manish Arora Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #manisharora #manisharoraarticle #manisharorass19 #ss19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle _MAN0022_MAN0993_MAN1062
    Tropical Jungle at Manish Arora Spring Summer 2019 at Paris Fashion Week At noon, with the sun at it
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    Tropical Jungle at Manish Arora Spring Summer 2019 at Paris Fashion Week At noon, with the sun at its zenith, ideal to light the greenhouse of the collection of the Fashion designer Manish ARORA, which took place behind the Pavilion LEDOYEN, near the Grand Palais, usual place for the CHANEL shows. The designer is also nicknamed \"Indian GALLIANO\", for his taste of extravagance in color and theatricality, which can obviously recall the spirit of the DIOR collections under the GALLIANO era, now at MARGIELA. In a pavilion all in transparency, as in a greenhouse, the guests wore incredible outfits: very colorful, that give a taste before discovering the first silhouettes in collaboration with the soccer team PARIS SAINT GERMAIN. Bombers, sweatshirts are named after the team of its favorite players like M\'BAPPE, or NEYMAR JR, whose name appears on the sleeve of a technical coat with holographic reflections. It reminds that football also inspire women\'s fashion, by playing on a palette of rich colors: nuances appearing under metallic reflections, and holographic like flowers of an idealized tropical jungle. The codes therefore remain in the sportswear spirit but with girly rating, in addition to the color, by the make up signed MAC COSMETICS, which mixes tribal inspiration with patterns and fluorescent spots, which agree with XXL loops with the mention “GIRLY “. The models whose look may seem more “GIRLY”, parade with confidence: the woman by Manish ARORA loves extravagance and wants to be seen. The evening looks are also visible in the collection, where the designer pursues his colorimetric research which becomes more graphic, which also appears in a total look like on a long dress, whose stylized flower motifs are entirely made from sequins embroidery- as straight out of a Fauvist painting. Artistic inspiration is also affected when you pay attention to accessories such as earrings and handbags in the shape of a panther. This animal is also in pattern - which will be the trend of the season - fully metallic and sequined on a dress with a “femme fatale” neckline. We also find the motif on a skinny pants mixed with a balloon sleeves blouse, with obviously the XXL knot to mark the size, that reminds of Christobal BALENCIAGA shapes. A collection that will have us travel in the world of Manish ARORA, which is inspired by oriental aesthetics, revisited the trends like sportswear and glamour. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Manish Arora Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #manisharora #manisharoraarticle #manisharorass19 #ss19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle _MAN0022_MAN0993_MAN1062
    Tropical Jungle at Manish Arora Spring Summer 2019 at Paris Fashion Week At noon, with the sun at it
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    Lunyee Spring Summer 2019 at London Fashion Week
    Lunyee is a collective of young creatives led by designers Saini Chan and Sophie Han, both London College of Fashion Alumni. Their exciting SS19 “Mystic Millennials” collection, which was presented in the grand Freemason’s Hall, was the true definition of East meets West. The collection drew inspi…[Read more]

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    Lunyee Spring Summer 2019 at London Fashion Week Lunyee is a collective of young creatives led by designers Saini Chan and Sophie Han, both London College of Fashion Alumni. Their exciting SS19 “Mystic Millennials” collection, which was presented in the grand Freemason’s Hall, was the true definition of East meets West. The collection drew inspiration from Shenzhen, China, where the brand is based as well as from how the city developed from a tiny fishing village into the modern metropolis it is today. Throughout the collection there was a clash of cool futuristic pieces with more traditional looks referencing the rich history and heritage of Shenzhen from a youthful perspective. The colour palette reflected the combination of the classic and new and consisted of deep sea blues, metallic teals, turquoise, pinks, orange, yellows and the traditional earthy brown and green tones. Shirts with historical ruffle collars and long dainty boho dresses paid homage to Shenzhen’s fishermen. Traditional Asian conical hats were paired with the majority of the looks and were adorned with shiny chains adding a stylish modern touch. The traditional looks were further juxtaposed with the eclectic and rebellious street style inspired pieces. There were grunge accents like rips, chains, long flared sleeves and tomboyish bell bottom cargo trousers. Glossy oversized PVC jackets and leather jackets with layering resembling drippy wet paint all added a youthful buzz. Other outfits were deconstructed and eclectically mixed and matched with one particular look a half blazer and half dress,tailored on one side and asymmetric and draped on the other. Amazing! Shimmery fluid fabrics also dominated on the catwalk providing an air of luxury with drapey free flowing forms and elegant dresses in shiny lightweight fabrics or with fringing. High-shine sequinned and iridescent fabrics were also a highlight, in particular metallic oil slick coating on jackets layered on top of ethereal dresses. High-tech accessories were also a highlight with plastic futuristic sunglasses being combined with the eclectic mix of traditional and urban attire. Clear acrylic handbags also had etched in them traditional Chinese patterns that lit up with LED lights.....sci-fi chic and impressive. The footwear was also equally striking with chained platformed shoes and chunky boot and trainer hybrids that added a punk urban edge. The models sported avant-garde makeup with bright rosy eyeshadow spread across their faces, glittery lids, highlighter and bleached out brows paired with wet look waves in their hair reflecting the fluidity of the rivers in the Shenzhen village. Thick punk eyeliner was also worn across the board. The music played throughout was modern with simple beats yet ethereal sounding at the same time and provided the perfect backdrop for the collection. Juxtaposition of the traditional with the new is a signature theme for the Lunyee designers and overall their SS19 collection was the perfect blend of youthful modernity and homage to the rich heritage in the heart of Shenzhen. written by Jane Ighodaro Click HERE to view the full Lunyee Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #lunyee #lunyeearticle #lunyeess19 #ss19 #janeighodaro #lfw #lfwarticle #mayconcepts #mayconceptsarticle hauturely_46a4780hauturely_46a4819hauturely_46a5069
    Lunyee Spring Summer 2019 at London Fashion Week Lunyee is a collective of young creatives led by de
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    Lunyee Spring Summer 2019 at London Fashion Week Lunyee is a collective of young creatives led by designers Saini Chan and Sophie Han, both London College of Fashion Alumni. Their exciting SS19 “Mystic Millennials” collection, which was presented in the grand Freemason’s Hall, was the true definition of East meets West. The collection drew inspiration from Shenzhen, China, where the brand is based as well as from how the city developed from a tiny fishing village into the modern metropolis it is today. Throughout the collection there was a clash of cool futuristic pieces with more traditional looks referencing the rich history and heritage of Shenzhen from a youthful perspective. The colour palette reflected the combination of the classic and new and consisted of deep sea blues, metallic teals, turquoise, pinks, orange, yellows and the traditional earthy brown and green tones. Shirts with historical ruffle collars and long dainty boho dresses paid homage to Shenzhen’s fishermen. Traditional Asian conical hats were paired with the majority of the looks and were adorned with shiny chains adding a stylish modern touch. The traditional looks were further juxtaposed with the eclectic and rebellious street style inspired pieces. There were grunge accents like rips, chains, long flared sleeves and tomboyish bell bottom cargo trousers. Glossy oversized PVC jackets and leather jackets with layering resembling drippy wet paint all added a youthful buzz. Other outfits were deconstructed and eclectically mixed and matched with one particular look a half blazer and half dress,tailored on one side and asymmetric and draped on the other. Amazing! Shimmery fluid fabrics also dominated on the catwalk providing an air of luxury with drapey free flowing forms and elegant dresses in shiny lightweight fabrics or with fringing. High-shine sequinned and iridescent fabrics were also a highlight, in particular metallic oil slick coating on jackets layered on top of ethereal dresses. High-tech accessories were also a highlight with plastic futuristic sunglasses being combined with the eclectic mix of traditional and urban attire. Clear acrylic handbags also had etched in them traditional Chinese patterns that lit up with LED lights.....sci-fi chic and impressive. The footwear was also equally striking with chained platformed shoes and chunky boot and trainer hybrids that added a punk urban edge. The models sported avant-garde makeup with bright rosy eyeshadow spread across their faces, glittery lids, highlighter and bleached out brows paired with wet look waves in their hair reflecting the fluidity of the rivers in the Shenzhen village. Thick punk eyeliner was also worn across the board. The music played throughout was modern with simple beats yet ethereal sounding at the same time and provided the perfect backdrop for the collection. Juxtaposition of the traditional with the new is a signature theme for the Lunyee designers and overall their SS19 collection was the perfect blend of youthful modernity and homage to the rich heritage in the heart of Shenzhen. written by Jane Ighodaro Click HERE to view the full Lunyee Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #lunyee #lunyeearticle #lunyeess19 #ss19 #janeighodaro #lfw #lfwarticle #mayconcepts #mayconceptsarticle hauturely_46a4780hauturely_46a4819hauturely_46a5069
    Lunyee Spring Summer 2019 at London Fashion Week Lunyee is a collective of young creatives led by de
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    Lunyee Spring Summer 2019 at London Fashion Week Lunyee is a collective of young creatives led by designers Saini Chan and Sophie Han, both London College of Fashion Alumni. Their exciting SS19 “Mystic Millennials” collection, which was presented in the grand Freemason’s Hall, was the true definition of East meets West. The collection drew inspiration from Shenzhen, China, where the brand is based as well as from how the city developed from a tiny fishing village into the modern metropolis it is today. Throughout the collection there was a clash of cool futuristic pieces with more traditional looks referencing the rich history and heritage of Shenzhen from a youthful perspective. The colour palette reflected the combination of the classic and new and consisted of deep sea blues, metallic teals, turquoise, pinks, orange, yellows and the traditional earthy brown and green tones. Shirts with historical ruffle collars and long dainty boho dresses paid homage to Shenzhen’s fishermen. Traditional Asian conical hats were paired with the majority of the looks and were adorned with shiny chains adding a stylish modern touch. The traditional looks were further juxtaposed with the eclectic and rebellious street style inspired pieces. There were grunge accents like rips, chains, long flared sleeves and tomboyish bell bottom cargo trousers. Glossy oversized PVC jackets and leather jackets with layering resembling drippy wet paint all added a youthful buzz. Other outfits were deconstructed and eclectically mixed and matched with one particular look a half blazer and half dress,tailored on one side and asymmetric and draped on the other. Amazing! Shimmery fluid fabrics also dominated on the catwalk providing an air of luxury with drapey free flowing forms and elegant dresses in shiny lightweight fabrics or with fringing. High-shine sequinned and iridescent fabrics were also a highlight, in particular metallic oil slick coating on jackets layered on top of ethereal dresses. High-tech accessories were also a highlight with plastic futuristic sunglasses being combined with the eclectic mix of traditional and urban attire. Clear acrylic handbags also had etched in them traditional Chinese patterns that lit up with LED lights.....sci-fi chic and impressive. The footwear was also equally striking with chained platformed shoes and chunky boot and trainer hybrids that added a punk urban edge. The models sported avant-garde makeup with bright rosy eyeshadow spread across their faces, glittery lids, highlighter and bleached out brows paired with wet look waves in their hair reflecting the fluidity of the rivers in the Shenzhen village. Thick punk eyeliner was also worn across the board. The music played throughout was modern with simple beats yet ethereal sounding at the same time and provided the perfect backdrop for the collection. Juxtaposition of the traditional with the new is a signature theme for the Lunyee designers and overall their SS19 collection was the perfect blend of youthful modernity and homage to the rich heritage in the heart of Shenzhen. written by Jane Ighodaro Click HERE to view the full Lunyee Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #lunyee #lunyeearticle #lunyeess19 #ss19 #janeighodaro #lfw #lfwarticle #mayconcepts #mayconceptsarticle hauturely_46a4780hauturely_46a4819hauturely_46a5069
    Lunyee Spring Summer 2019 at London Fashion Week Lunyee is a collective of young creatives led by de
  • hauturely posted 3 photos 2 years ago

    Nolch Shows Presents ARANYANI & KavenLiu DIMOR, Spring/Summer 2019

    The eleventh annual Nolcha Shows, a platform for independent fashion designers to showcase their designs to a global audience of press, retailers, stylists, and industry influencers, was held on Thursday, September 5th at a warehouse in the trendy Meatpacking district in the…[Read more]

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    Nolch Shows Presents ARANYANI & KavenLiu DIMOR, Spring/Summer 2019 The eleventh annual Nolcha Shows, a platform for independent fashion designers to showcase their designs to a global audience of press, retailers, stylists, and industry influencers, was held on Thursday, September 5th at a warehouse in the trendy Meatpacking district in the heart of Chelsea. The highly acclaimed event, which presented new collections by ARANYANI and KavenLiu DIMOR, has a reputation for being a potential for creating career-changing opportunities for new designers. Singer Vanessa Williams opened the evening by endorsing her love for the Nolcha and the brand’s humanitarian work before introducing the designers, beginning with ARANYANI. ARANYANI presented a collection of meticulously crafted, hand-painted leather clutches, handbags, satchels, and backpacks, paired with ethereal monochromatic white ensembles. In stark contrast to these uniform ensembles, bold, bright eye makeup in primary colors was a salient stylistic choice, with colors that matched the respective bags that were being showcased. Haresh Mirpuri, the designer of ARANYANI, drew inspiration from Indian princess Victoria Gowramma of the region of Coorg, imagining how she might have looked upon this lush, colorful region of her ancestors. The collection featured bright strokes of yellow, blue, and red, on brown or black locally sourced, handcrafted leather, each hand-painted by world-class Indian artisans. All bags were extremely wearable, and, given the quality and painstaking craftsmanship that went into their production, were even retailed at an affordable price. Like ARANYANI, KavenLiu DIMOR’s new collection explored our innately intimate relationship with nature and profound curiosity with the universe. Kaven Liu, a young designer from the Liaoning province of China, drew inspiration from ancient Chinese philosophical musings on the vastness of the oceans, the grandiosity of the mountains, and the many myths of the natural world around them.  A modern update on classic Eastern silhouettes, Liu’s presentation was essentially comprised of wearable separates in ginghams, plaids, and polka dots in classic, wearable forms like the trench coat, pussy-bow blouse, and the tightly tailored suit. The beauty in Liu’s collection was in his choice of textile: the highly structured, form-fitting pantsuits and trenches, for example, were constructed from light, airy fabrics, lending the pieces a wearable, open feel, like that of the more modern fashion worn in China today. The femininity of the collection brought some hope that “dressing up” is coming back into the fashion world, and that baggy tees and joggers are finally fading out of the modern woman’s wardrobe. Written by Bianca Rodriguez Click HEREor HERE to view the full Nolcha Shows Spring/Summer 2019 collection. #article #nolchashows #nolchashowssarticle #nolchashowsss19 #biancarodriguez #ss19 #nyfwss19 #nyfwarticle #amp3pr #amp3prarticle PP1PP2PP3
    Nolch Shows Presents ARANYANI & KavenLiu DIMOR, Spring/Summer 2019 The eleventh annual Nolcha Sh
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    Nolch Shows Presents ARANYANI & KavenLiu DIMOR, Spring/Summer 2019 The eleventh annual Nolcha Shows, a platform for independent fashion designers to showcase their designs to a global audience of press, retailers, stylists, and industry influencers, was held on Thursday, September 5th at a warehouse in the trendy Meatpacking district in the heart of Chelsea. The highly acclaimed event, which presented new collections by ARANYANI and KavenLiu DIMOR, has a reputation for being a potential for creating career-changing opportunities for new designers. Singer Vanessa Williams opened the evening by endorsing her love for the Nolcha and the brand’s humanitarian work before introducing the designers, beginning with ARANYANI. ARANYANI presented a collection of meticulously crafted, hand-painted leather clutches, handbags, satchels, and backpacks, paired with ethereal monochromatic white ensembles. In stark contrast to these uniform ensembles, bold, bright eye makeup in primary colors was a salient stylistic choice, with colors that matched the respective bags that were being showcased. Haresh Mirpuri, the designer of ARANYANI, drew inspiration from Indian princess Victoria Gowramma of the region of Coorg, imagining how she might have looked upon this lush, colorful region of her ancestors. The collection featured bright strokes of yellow, blue, and red, on brown or black locally sourced, handcrafted leather, each hand-painted by world-class Indian artisans. All bags were extremely wearable, and, given the quality and painstaking craftsmanship that went into their production, were even retailed at an affordable price. Like ARANYANI, KavenLiu DIMOR’s new collection explored our innately intimate relationship with nature and profound curiosity with the universe. Kaven Liu, a young designer from the Liaoning province of China, drew inspiration from ancient Chinese philosophical musings on the vastness of the oceans, the grandiosity of the mountains, and the many myths of the natural world around them.  A modern update on classic Eastern silhouettes, Liu’s presentation was essentially comprised of wearable separates in ginghams, plaids, and polka dots in classic, wearable forms like the trench coat, pussy-bow blouse, and the tightly tailored suit. The beauty in Liu’s collection was in his choice of textile: the highly structured, form-fitting pantsuits and trenches, for example, were constructed from light, airy fabrics, lending the pieces a wearable, open feel, like that of the more modern fashion worn in China today. The femininity of the collection brought some hope that “dressing up” is coming back into the fashion world, and that baggy tees and joggers are finally fading out of the modern woman’s wardrobe. Written by Bianca Rodriguez Click HEREor HERE to view the full Nolcha Shows Spring/Summer 2019 collection. #article #nolchashows #nolchashowssarticle #nolchashowsss19 #biancarodriguez #ss19 #nyfwss19 #nyfwarticle #amp3pr #amp3prarticle PP1PP2PP3
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    Nolch Shows Presents ARANYANI & KavenLiu DIMOR, Spring/Summer 2019 The eleventh annual Nolcha Shows, a platform for independent fashion designers to showcase their designs to a global audience of press, retailers, stylists, and industry influencers, was held on Thursday, September 5th at a warehouse in the trendy Meatpacking district in the heart of Chelsea. The highly acclaimed event, which presented new collections by ARANYANI and KavenLiu DIMOR, has a reputation for being a potential for creating career-changing opportunities for new designers. Singer Vanessa Williams opened the evening by endorsing her love for the Nolcha and the brand’s humanitarian work before introducing the designers, beginning with ARANYANI. ARANYANI presented a collection of meticulously crafted, hand-painted leather clutches, handbags, satchels, and backpacks, paired with ethereal monochromatic white ensembles. In stark contrast to these uniform ensembles, bold, bright eye makeup in primary colors was a salient stylistic choice, with colors that matched the respective bags that were being showcased. Haresh Mirpuri, the designer of ARANYANI, drew inspiration from Indian princess Victoria Gowramma of the region of Coorg, imagining how she might have looked upon this lush, colorful region of her ancestors. The collection featured bright strokes of yellow, blue, and red, on brown or black locally sourced, handcrafted leather, each hand-painted by world-class Indian artisans. All bags were extremely wearable, and, given the quality and painstaking craftsmanship that went into their production, were even retailed at an affordable price. Like ARANYANI, KavenLiu DIMOR’s new collection explored our innately intimate relationship with nature and profound curiosity with the universe. Kaven Liu, a young designer from the Liaoning province of China, drew inspiration from ancient Chinese philosophical musings on the vastness of the oceans, the grandiosity of the mountains, and the many myths of the natural world around them.  A modern update on classic Eastern silhouettes, Liu’s presentation was essentially comprised of wearable separates in ginghams, plaids, and polka dots in classic, wearable forms like the trench coat, pussy-bow blouse, and the tightly tailored suit. The beauty in Liu’s collection was in his choice of textile: the highly structured, form-fitting pantsuits and trenches, for example, were constructed from light, airy fabrics, lending the pieces a wearable, open feel, like that of the more modern fashion worn in China today. The femininity of the collection brought some hope that “dressing up” is coming back into the fashion world, and that baggy tees and joggers are finally fading out of the modern woman’s wardrobe. Written by Bianca Rodriguez Click HEREor HERE to view the full Nolcha Shows Spring/Summer 2019 collection. #article #nolchashows #nolchashowssarticle #nolchashowsss19 #biancarodriguez #ss19 #nyfwss19 #nyfwarticle #amp3pr #amp3prarticle PP1PP2PP3
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    Nolcha Shows Accessories Preview Spring/Summer 2019

    The Nolcha Show at New York Fashion Week is the place where independent designers from around the globe gather to showcase their designs, with four accessory brands exhibited their spring/summer 2019 collections this year. The common thread among these brands were accessories that made bold…[Read more]

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    Nolcha Shows Accessories Preview Spring/Summer 2019 The Nolcha Show at New York Fashion Week is the place where independent designers from around the globe gather to showcase their designs, with four accessory brands exhibited their spring/summer 2019 collections this year. The common thread among these brands were accessories that made bold statements, each with a signature touch allowing them to stand out from the rest! The brands displayed this year were Gena Myint, CoFi, ARANYANI and ALL BLACK. Gena Myint, a dazzling jewelry line made of sterling silver plated with 14 and 18 carat gold, was handmade in New York and inspired by travel and nature. A piece that caught my eyes from this collection was the statement necklace beautifully crafted to represent a waterfall with its long, cascading pearled chains. CoFi, a genuine leather accessories company displayed a range of stylish and practical products from backpacks, totes, handbags, clutches and messenger bags, to crafty footwear like sandals, tennis shoes and boots. Each design had either a plain, printed or subtle iridescent finish for versatility. My favorite from the collection was the brown, iridescent zip bootie because of its versatility, which could easily go from day to night and word from season to season. ARANYANI, a sustainable brand of hand-painted bags inspired by nature, specifically the innate and lush beauty of a forest. That the natural beauty of the world around them empowered these artists and craftsmen from India to create works of art from sustainable textiles was inspiring. A favorite of mine was the mini purse with it’s unique peacock artwork; one would certainly feel as though they were carrying a work of art on their arm. The last brand to show their work was ALL BLACK, a fashion forward contemporary footwear brand combing innovative materials with retro inspired designs. What made this collection really standout from the rest are the several shoes constructed from the scales of a species of fish called tilapia. The scales are dried and then laid on top of pig skin before being painted, at which point they are ready to be used as the fabric from which the shoes are constructed. Now that’s creativity at another level! Written by Tiffany Le Click HERE to view the full Nolcha Shows Accessories Preview Spring/Summer 2019 collection. #article #nolcha #nolchaarticle #nolchass19 #tiffanyle #ss19 #nyfwss19 #nyfwarticle #amp3pr #amp3prarticle nolcha1nolcha2nolcha3nolcha4
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    Nolcha Shows Accessories Preview Spring/Summer 2019 The Nolcha Show at New York Fashion Week is the place where independent designers from around the globe gather to showcase their designs, with four accessory brands exhibited their spring/summer 2019 collections this year. The common thread among these brands were accessories that made bold statements, each with a signature touch allowing them to stand out from the rest! The brands displayed this year were Gena Myint, CoFi, ARANYANI and ALL BLACK. Gena Myint, a dazzling jewelry line made of sterling silver plated with 14 and 18 carat gold, was handmade in New York and inspired by travel and nature. A piece that caught my eyes from this collection was the statement necklace beautifully crafted to represent a waterfall with its long, cascading pearled chains. CoFi, a genuine leather accessories company displayed a range of stylish and practical products from backpacks, totes, handbags, clutches and messenger bags, to crafty footwear like sandals, tennis shoes and boots. Each design had either a plain, printed or subtle iridescent finish for versatility. My favorite from the collection was the brown, iridescent zip bootie because of its versatility, which could easily go from day to night and word from season to season. ARANYANI, a sustainable brand of hand-painted bags inspired by nature, specifically the innate and lush beauty of a forest. That the natural beauty of the world around them empowered these artists and craftsmen from India to create works of art from sustainable textiles was inspiring. A favorite of mine was the mini purse with it’s unique peacock artwork; one would certainly feel as though they were carrying a work of art on their arm. The last brand to show their work was ALL BLACK, a fashion forward contemporary footwear brand combing innovative materials with retro inspired designs. What made this collection really standout from the rest are the several shoes constructed from the scales of a species of fish called tilapia. The scales are dried and then laid on top of pig skin before being painted, at which point they are ready to be used as the fabric from which the shoes are constructed. Now that’s creativity at another level! Written by Tiffany Le Click HERE to view the full Nolcha Shows Accessories Preview Spring/Summer 2019 collection. #article #nolcha #nolchaarticle #nolchass19 #tiffanyle #ss19 #nyfwss19 #nyfwarticle #amp3pr #amp3prarticle nolcha1nolcha2nolcha3nolcha4
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    Nolcha Shows Accessories Preview Spring/Summer 2019 The Nolcha Show at New York Fashion Week is the place where independent designers from around the globe gather to showcase their designs, with four accessory brands exhibited their spring/summer 2019 collections this year. The common thread among these brands were accessories that made bold statements, each with a signature touch allowing them to stand out from the rest! The brands displayed this year were Gena Myint, CoFi, ARANYANI and ALL BLACK. Gena Myint, a dazzling jewelry line made of sterling silver plated with 14 and 18 carat gold, was handmade in New York and inspired by travel and nature. A piece that caught my eyes from this collection was the statement necklace beautifully crafted to represent a waterfall with its long, cascading pearled chains. CoFi, a genuine leather accessories company displayed a range of stylish and practical products from backpacks, totes, handbags, clutches and messenger bags, to crafty footwear like sandals, tennis shoes and boots. Each design had either a plain, printed or subtle iridescent finish for versatility. My favorite from the collection was the brown, iridescent zip bootie because of its versatility, which could easily go from day to night and word from season to season. ARANYANI, a sustainable brand of hand-painted bags inspired by nature, specifically the innate and lush beauty of a forest. That the natural beauty of the world around them empowered these artists and craftsmen from India to create works of art from sustainable textiles was inspiring. A favorite of mine was the mini purse with it’s unique peacock artwork; one would certainly feel as though they were carrying a work of art on their arm. The last brand to show their work was ALL BLACK, a fashion forward contemporary footwear brand combing innovative materials with retro inspired designs. What made this collection really standout from the rest are the several shoes constructed from the scales of a species of fish called tilapia. The scales are dried and then laid on top of pig skin before being painted, at which point they are ready to be used as the fabric from which the shoes are constructed. Now that’s creativity at another level! Written by Tiffany Le Click HERE to view the full Nolcha Shows Accessories Preview Spring/Summer 2019 collection. #article #nolcha #nolchaarticle #nolchass19 #tiffanyle #ss19 #nyfwss19 #nyfwarticle #amp3pr #amp3prarticle nolcha1nolcha2nolcha3nolcha4
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    Nolcha Shows Accessories Preview Spring/Summer 2019 The Nolcha Show at New York Fashion Week is the place where independent designers from around the globe gather to showcase their designs, with four accessory brands exhibited their spring/summer 2019 collections this year. The common thread among these brands were accessories that made bold statements, each with a signature touch allowing them to stand out from the rest! The brands displayed this year were Gena Myint, CoFi, ARANYANI and ALL BLACK. Gena Myint, a dazzling jewelry line made of sterling silver plated with 14 and 18 carat gold, was handmade in New York and inspired by travel and nature. A piece that caught my eyes from this collection was the statement necklace beautifully crafted to represent a waterfall with its long, cascading pearled chains. CoFi, a genuine leather accessories company displayed a range of stylish and practical products from backpacks, totes, handbags, clutches and messenger bags, to crafty footwear like sandals, tennis shoes and boots. Each design had either a plain, printed or subtle iridescent finish for versatility. My favorite from the collection was the brown, iridescent zip bootie because of its versatility, which could easily go from day to night and word from season to season. ARANYANI, a sustainable brand of hand-painted bags inspired by nature, specifically the innate and lush beauty of a forest. That the natural beauty of the world around them empowered these artists and craftsmen from India to create works of art from sustainable textiles was inspiring. A favorite of mine was the mini purse with it’s unique peacock artwork; one would certainly feel as though they were carrying a work of art on their arm. The last brand to show their work was ALL BLACK, a fashion forward contemporary footwear brand combing innovative materials with retro inspired designs. What made this collection really standout from the rest are the several shoes constructed from the scales of a species of fish called tilapia. The scales are dried and then laid on top of pig skin before being painted, at which point they are ready to be used as the fabric from which the shoes are constructed. Now that’s creativity at another level! Written by Tiffany Le Click HERE to view the full Nolcha Shows Accessories Preview Spring/Summer 2019 collection. #article #nolcha #nolchaarticle #nolchass19 #tiffanyle #ss19 #nyfwss19 #nyfwarticle #amp3pr #amp3prarticle nolcha1nolcha2nolcha3nolcha4
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