Kap G is taking over in a big way.
Here’s a brief look at N-p-Elliot Spring/Summer 2018, presented at NYFWM at Skylight Clarkson Square.
Camo is the new black.
From curly fro’s to galaxy vibes, 2017’s Men’s Fashion Week was more than a little out of this world.
Men’s 2017 Fashion Week pushed the boundaries between fashion and risqué in designer Sanchez Kane’s 2018 Spring collection.
For his Spring/Summer 18 collection, Raun Larose played with dimension and proportions.
Raun’s wide cropped pant legs (some made of denim, some with a latex-like material), half, shoulder baring sweaters, and high sheer socks gave his audience quite an interesting show! All of the models stood upon an elevated platform, and rotated every few minutes, allowing the spectators to get a full on look at the clothes.
The dramatics of the clothing, the venue, and words, rather than music, blaring through the speakers were all key elements of the presentation. Some of the schoolboy/avant-garde 80’s stock broker looks were paired RL monogramed shirts, nerdy glasses, and slightly disheveled hair. The generally large silhouettes, which Raun also dabbled in with his last collection, seem to be here to stay.
Special thanks to AXE for the invite. As part of its continued partnership with the CFDA, AXE supported nine emerging designers at Skylight Clarkson Sq (550 Washington St.) by providing backstage grooming at their shows.
Bode’s sleepy atmosphere consisted of elevated and low-rise beds, draped with sheets and models in patterned sleepwear.
Here’s a brief look at C2H4 Spring/Summer 2018, presented at NYFWM at Skylight Clarkson Square. The designer is based in Los Angeles, CA.
We caught up with our girl Amy Komorowski master hair groomer to the stars to talk hair style tips for the Spring.
AXE Hair has brought together 30 influencers across various talents who all have great hair. We hung out with Josh Peck, Josh Elkin, and more to get an idea of what it means to have the perfect look, fast.