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Design Innovation at Paul Andrew S/S15
During this past New York Fashion Week, we had the opportunity to see the latest shoes from designer Paul Andrew. What we found was not only beautifully crafted and high quality, but also invoked an element of technical innovation that really set...
STYLE
Geometric, Provocative Attire at NYFW S/S15
Each fashion week, certain through-lines manifest across disparate designers. Whether it's ready-to-wear or haute couture, wildly imaginative brands touch upon the times—and similarities in mood manifest. This season, a refreshing array of lines incorporated...
DESIGN
Scene, by All: Set Design at NYFW S/S15
With every Fashion Week, brands go great lengths to compete for the attention of buyers and editors. And while the clothing and accessories are the most important element of each runway show, we've noted before that there's far more to the spectacle...
STYLE
Degen's Acid-Drenched SS 2015 Collection
by Laura Feinstein While oftentimes New York Fashion Week shows at Lincoln Center are characterized by flash and grandeur, downtown at Chelsea Piers Studio, a showing of younger designers is proving to be where a new spark is. Since graduating from...
CULTURE
Ace Hotel NYC's Artists-in-Residence Sleep / Walk
For weeks before opening its doors in 2009, the Ace Hotel New York was filled with artists-in-residence and walls were being graced with the work they'd leave—all of which still stands today. Visionary founder Alex Calderwood hand-picked many of...
STYLE
Scene, by All: NYFW AW 2014
There's more to Fashion Week than what's draped across the models or the attendees at runway shows. With an ever-crowding competitive schedule, more brands have begun to embrace innovation in presentations—like last season's show-stopping debut from...
STYLE
Vivien Ramsay
Seven years of development—from inception to execution—contribute to Melissa Ramsay's namesake label. With her first-ever New York Fashion Week show, her Vivien Ramsay A/W 2014 line came to life in stunning form. Not only has Ramsay created her own...
LINK-ABOUT-IT
Link About It: This Week's Picks
Sponsored content: 1. American Fashion is Commercial At the Lincoln Center tents, one cannot help but feel a strong trade show vibe as sponsors flit about, offering gifts from cosmetics to alcohol. Although there are complaints about the commercialism...
STYLE
Scene, by All: Made Fashion Week by Peroni
Sponsored content: MADE Fashion Week at New York City's Milk Studios presents some of the hippest, most innovative designers and their wares for one week, twice a year. With such an abundance of creativity, energy and celebration, it's the perfect...
STYLE
Fashion X Technology: Naim Josefi
Blending minimalism with a touch of whimsy, Swedish designer Naim Josefi has broken new ground on the runway. Drawing comparisons to icons like Alexander McQueen, Josefi has already established himself as a name synonymous with incredible innovation...
STYLE
Opening Ceremony SS14 Presentation
Every fashion week, editors and stylists take their seats to watch the unveiling of hundreds of designers' upcoming collections. There is variation in the style of runway shows and standing presentations—and certainly variation in content from season...
TECH
The Art + Science of Feeling NYC
During Milan Design Week 2013 Nike introduced The Art + Science of Super Natural Motion, a live body-mapping exhibition developed by digital artists Universal Everything, Daniel Widrig and Quayola + Sinigaglia to interpret Nike Free and Flyknit technologies...
STYLE
Interview: Judson Harmon of ØDD
At just 21-years-old, designer, model and entrepreneur Judson Harmon confidently stands with two feet firmly planted within the ever-evolving fashion industry. After opening ØDD—a boutique and styling house in NYC's Lower East Side neighborhood...
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