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BENCH/BODY S/S 2018

BENCH/BODY S/S 2018

Thomas Chou, Deputy Features Editor
July 14, 2017
Filed under Fashion Week, FEATURES

Unsurprisingly, the BENCH/BODY Spring/Summer 2018 presentation was an epic explosion of color, sound, movement and lighting. Held at Industria Studios in New York City, the collection, modeled by both men and women, showcased a new line of colorful underwear and swimwear, with fun, tropical prints and bold colors...

General Idea S/S 2018

General Idea S/S 2018

Caroline Zemsky, Staff Writer
July 13, 2017
Filed under Fashion Week, FEATURES

Bumsuk Choi, the designer and creative director of General Idea, took inspiration for his Spring/Summer 2018 collection from the millennial generation. Rebranding them as "nippies," a portmanteau of net and hippies, he expresses that people of today's world are so connected to each other, the internet, social media and technology in general, yet are still very much in touch with themselves and are able to coexist with one a...

Raun LaRose S/S 2018

Raun LaRose S/S 2018

Thomas Chou, Deputy Features Editor
July 13, 2017
Filed under Fashion Week, FEATURES

New York City based designer Raun LaRose debuted his Spring/Summer 2018 menswear collection today, shown in a presentation style, with the models standing on blocks, and rotating every so often as fog swirled at their feet. The collection was full of creative silhouettes and interesting pattern...

Matiere S/S 2018

Matiere S/S 2018

Thomas Chou, Deputy Features Editor
July 13, 2017
Filed under Fashion Week, FEATURES

Matiere – it always sounds better in French, doesn’t it? Matiere, meaning “matter” in English, presented a minimal and modern Spring/Summer 2018 collection featuring futuristic fabrics and textiles. Titled "‘Reflections’ Run of the Show," the collection featured materials such as Japanese h...

Kenneth Ning S/S 2018

Kenneth Ning S/S 2018

Pamela Jew, Deputy Copy Chief
July 13, 2017
Filed under Fashion Week, FEATURES

  A logo reminiscent of the United States’ Great Seal stood as the backdrop for Kenneth Ning's Spring/Summer 2018 runway, which foreshadowed the designs to come. The collection itself embodied a government worker meets high-end fashion aesthetic. The pieces encompassed different sty...

You As S/S 2018

You As S/S 2018

Ali Webb, Staff Writer
July 13, 2017
Filed under Fashion Week, FEATURES

The open, minimalist structure of Skylight Clarkson Square gives designers an opportunity to morph the environment to fit any  theme they choose, transporting the audience to be fully in the moment. You As did this well with its Spring/Summer 2018 presentation, creating an overall relaxed cool to match...

Nick Graham S/S 2018

Nick Graham S/S 2018

Sophie Shaw, Beauty & Style Editor
July 13, 2017
Filed under Fashion Week, FEATURES

Nick Graham’s Atlantis-themed Spring/Summer 2018 collection subverted the exploratory aspect of finding a lost empire and instead painted a nautical picture of what it would be like to have a beach party with the locals. The show dove in with a vast lineup of expertly tailored suits in various shades...

N-p-Elliott S/S 2018

N-p-Elliott S/S 2018

Sophie Shaw, Beauty & Style Editor
July 13, 2017
Filed under Fashion Week, FEATURES

The N-p-Elliott Spring/Summer 2018 runway was saturated with bright streetwear. Named after the designer, Nicholas P. Elliott, the collection boasted solid pieces in red, orange, and marigold that juxtaposed bold, printed tops and bodysuits. Shorts, track pants, sweatshirts and trench coats co...

Dyne S/S 2018

Dyne S/S 2018

Sophie Shaw, Beauty & Style Editor
July 12, 2017
Filed under Fashion Week, FEATURES

Athletic menswear that’s too cool for gym class defines Dyne’s Spring/Summer 2018 collection. Designer Christopher Bevans, who has designed for Nike, is no stranger to creating high-quality, functional and fashionable menswear. In his new collection, all of the pieces seem practical enough for ...

To Be Thrill S/S 2018

To Be Thrill S/S 2018

Sophie Shaw, Beauty & Style Editor
July 12, 2017
Filed under Fashion Week, FEATURES

The To Be Thrill Spring/Summer 2018 runway show capitalized on a predominately black color scheme, presenting creative silhouettes and androgynous options. Edison Lu, the designer, displayed an unrestricted approach to experimenting with proportions and draping. Many of the men wore tunics or skirts with an oversized, draped form. Other details like a-line, collared shirts and sheer paneled cutouts on tops also hinted at androgyny. Several elements were carried throughout the large collection, helping maintain a sense...

Carlos Campos S/S 2018

Carlos Campos S/S 2018

Pamela Jew, Deputy Copy Chief
July 11, 2017
Filed under Fashion Week, FEATURES

To highlight his Latin background, Carlos Campos lit the runway with red and cobalt lights and bumped Latin music before his Spring/Summer 2018 show began. The flaring lights foreshadowed what was to come from Campos’ collection when the models hit the runway. Campos used a standard yet viv...

Gustav von Aschenbach S/S 2018

Gustav von Aschenbach S/S 2018

Thomas Chou, Deputy Features Editor
July 11, 2017
Filed under Fashion Week, FEATURES

German-born designer Robert Geller debuted his Spring/Summer 2018 collection at New York Fashion Week: Men's under the moniker Gustav von Aschenbach. Characterized by minimalist and utilitarian inspired pieces, the collection was a clean yet graphic exploration into Geller’s creativity. Held ...

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