In home furnishings ’18, colors are far-fetched! Many influences join together in various, unpredictable ways.
When it comes to mixing East-meets-West fashions, no one does it better than New York designer Vivienne Tam.
For their pre-spring 2018 collection, Ports 1961 was inspired by travel, literally and metaphorically.
Oversized, unconstructed, tailored and sophisticated are keywords describing Odeur Studio’s autumn/winter ’17 collection for Berlin Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.
Rookie USA presented their rocking spring/summer ’17 NYFW show featuring celebrity and non-celebrity dads.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s newest exhibition at The Costume Institute, “Rei Kawakubo/Commes De Garcon: Art of the In-Between,” examines the designer’s fascination with space between boundaries.
Season after season, Australian designer Alice McCall focuses on intricate detailing.
Comprising an eclectic mix of pieces and a sharp palate of rainbow tones among black, white and neutrals, the collection is a serene fantasy with a hint of darkness.
At New York Fashion Week, there were several new designers on the bill. Jonathan Simkhai’s presentation was created for the modern woman.
FIT’s Fashion of the Future runway show was amazing! With five specializations, including knitwear, sportswear, intimate apparel, special occasion and children’s wear, the top fashion designers of the 2017 graduating class put on quite a show. The looks were innovative.