While this year’s New York Fashion Week has certainly taken on a different style in and of itself, beloved innovative brand Flying Solo knew how to masterfully pivot.
CFDA award-winning designer Bibhu Mohapatra is no stranger to New York Fashion Week since his eponymous brand’s debut over a decade ago. However, this year obviously posed some new challenges. From the socially-distanced norms to a lack of events worthy of luxury designer dressing, Mohapatra has faced unexpected challenges– and overcome them all.
Designer Vivienne Hu opts for feminine practicality in her eponymous brand’s Spring/Summer ’21 collection.
Very few collections are successful in uniting nostalgia and futurism. Libertine, presenting its Spring/Summer ’21 runway digitally, surpasses every expectation of both, beautifully mirroring time collapsing upon itself.
While most of us are stuck at home– working from home, and subsequently viewing NYFW from home– the design duo Ka Wa Key took the term quite literally. The iconic phrase “there’s no place like home” is the sentiment behind their Spring/Summer ’21 collection, finding inspiration in their international upbringings in Hong Kong, Finland, and London.
Unisex designer Wataru Tominaga unveiled the Spring/Summer ’21 collection for his eponymous brand.
Known for their top of the line cotton and cotton-based products, Supima returnee to this years NYFW to host their design competition for the twelfth time. As it’s been since it starts in 2008, based on their collections, eight graduating senior designers had the opportunity to display their designs, made from Supima fabric, on the runway. This year it took place in Pier59 Studios’ Studio C. Gina Guo (ginaguo_) from Drexel University went home with the grand prize of $10k for her collection; a series of flowy, blue and coral-based pieces inspired by Australia’s coral reefs.
Afffair mesmerized guests at Spring Studios with its latest Spring/Summer 2020 collection.
New York Fashion Week is known not only for unveiling the cutting edge and upcoming trends in clothing, but also in musical performance, art, and social movements.
The stars aligned for the Fall/Winter ’19 collection from Chiara Boni La Petite Robe– both in the timely brilliance of the impeccably tailored dresses and in the front row audience, which boasted a collection of Victoria’s Secret models and high-profile influencers alike.