Made In Africa S/S 2020 will hit the NYFW runways at Pier 50 Studios on Sept. 5, 2019 at 5 p.m. For the company’s first time showing in NYC, they will introduce runway presentations from two contemporary African designers Maxhosa Africa and Eliana Murargy.
After a successful launch of the Luxury Women’s Ready to Wear Collection during Paris Fashion Week Spring 2019, Dara Senders launched her new Fall/Winter ’19 accessories collection with a three-day presentation.
Whether you are wearing a weave, a wig, or your own hair, your hair is your crown and glory.
Fashion feels almost like the ’70s when there are so many Black designers on the scene.
At Alice + Olivia, summer ’19, cool summer looks are about colorful mix-ups in bold prints and patterns. Make the most of leg-lengthening looks like shorter skirts, jumpsuits, longer pants and shorts. Cropped tees are tops.
At NYFW, Studio 189’s first fall collection stunned the audience with modern yet functional designs and entertainment. Founded by actress Rosario Dawson and Abrima Erwiah, Studio 189 is an artisan produced fashion lifestyle brand and social enterprise. Presented at Spring Studios, this collection leveled the season with a display of beautiful prints and well-tailored clothes for men, women and children in sustainable fabrics.
New shoes are always the best, especially when they are comfortable and fashionable.
For fall/winter ’19, New York Fashion Week featured the best designers and strong collections from top labels like Coach, Anna Sui, Helmut Lang, Telfar, Gypsy Scout, LaQuann Smith, Tomo Koizumi and Sies Marjan.
In Pantoneview’s 2020 color trend report, there’s a new direction introducing both a novel and nostalgic approach to design.
Miami Swim Week was a splash! The Buy-Now-See-Now 2019 collection of Natasha and Devin stayed true to their signature in styles and cuts.