The Blonds spring/summer 2018 show was an over-the-top look at the idealized world: girls of all types sharing in the magic of womanhood with makeup by MAC.
The Central St. Martins grad Marcel Ostertag is fresh with a new collection at NYFW, “Freedom”.
The seven designers at the 2017 Supima Design Competition (now in its 10th year), all brought unique and inspiring collections composed of cotton.
The Dan Liu collection of cocktail and evening dresses was inspired by the South Pacific, and not much else.
Fashionistas, bloggers and influencers all descended on New York for NYFW this year and the Nolcha Lounge was a must see among the glamorous set.
Held at the Bryant Park Hotel Terrace, the event previewed Spring/Summer 2018 collections from 8 independent accessories and beauty brands, which showcased everything from scarves, jewelry, handbags, unique shoes, and hair and makeup brands.
SHOLDIT is the go-to brand for innovative, stylish travel scarfs with a secret pouch for carrying valuables like an iPhone and keys without lugging around an extra bag. Perfect for an early morning run on a chilly day.
TRADE by Gina La Morte was another popular stop with the influencers, who loved the idea of pairing fashion with ethical causes. A portion of all proceeds go toward organizations and initiatives that combat human trafficking and enslavement, a cause Gina is personally involved with.
Shoe lovers who love to put their best foot forward were wowed by fashion footwear brands Neubyrne and All Black. Stylish and chic, Neubyrne offers stunningly unique designs to make any #ootd really pop and All Black had equally cute shoes.
Ecru New York was on the scene to treat guests to pampering and touch-ups in between shows.
Virginia Stone’s brand of luxury skincare drew all guests over with its nearly nude (but covered in body makeup) trio of models, showing off the skincare line.
And Cheryl Eve Acosta gave guests a look at their bling and some inspiration for adding some glam to their style.
Miguel Vieira’s Spring/Summer 2018 collection was very minimal and split into two sections – traditional and relaxed.
The expansive Leanne Marshall collection tapped the beach as well as Studio 54 for inspiration, with billowing sleeves and lush no-wave gradients.
We’re at NYFW, seeing CHOCHENG fall/winter 2017 collection firsthand at the presentation. Read the review and see the inspiring scene!
Here’s The Knockturnal review of Moncler Grenoble Fall/Winter 2017, held at Hammerstein Ballroom in NYC. A star-and snow-studded event indeed.
Part of NYFW, MPG Sport made its debut with a vibrant if not understated collection. Check it out!