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Taoray Wang S/S 2017

Taoray Wang S/S 2017

Ali Webb, Staff Writer
September 18, 2016
Filed under Fashion Week, FEATURES

Outside the Taoray Wang Spring/Summer 2017 runway show, the crowd included a few children playing Pokémon Go. Inside, many press and audience members were taking pictures of none other than Tiffany Trump. If these encounters did not give away that Wang Tao was going to present a collection fitting ri... Read more »

Bibhu Mohapatra S/S 2017

Bibhu Mohapatra S/S 2017

Grace Halio, Deputy Managing Editor
September 14, 2016
Filed under Fashion Week, FEATURES

The electronic beats of M.I.A.’s Bird Song resounded through The Dock at Skylight at Moynihan Station for Bibhu Mohapatra’s Spring/Summer 2017 show this afternoon. The Indian designer unveiled a collection inspired by pre-war Parisian vibes. 20th century looks recived a modern, glam update. ... Read more »

XULY.Bët S/S 2017

XULY.Bët S/S 2017

Michelle Zhang, Contributing Writer
September 14, 2016
Filed under Fashion Week, FEATURES

In an industry dominated by white male designers and unreasonably cumbersome clothing, Lamine Kouyaté starts off the XULY.Bët Spring/Summer 2017 collection with simplicity in style and unapologetically loud prints that become the focus of the show. This season’s collection payed tribute to Ancient E... Read more »

Jurjis Jarvis S/S 2017

Jurjis Jarvis S/S 2017

Laura Tucciarone, Contributing Writer
September 14, 2016
Filed under Fashion Week, FEATURES

The Jurjis Jarvis Spring/Summer 2017 presentation was exactly what it hoped to be. The program for the presentation had "Eclectic nou-veau riche" printed in bold font at the top, emphasizing the theme of the collection. 20 models were arranged around the studio, wearing warm colors and strikin... Read more »

Georgine S/S 2017

Georgine S/S 2017

Krista Burton, Contributing Writer
September 14, 2016
Filed under Fashion Week, FEATURES

Georgine’s Spring/Summer 2017 runway show began in darkness until the lights followed a model dressed in army green culottes, a metallic high neck blouse, and a long floral embroidered trench coat to open up the show. The Georgine models sported messy, voluminous bobs and bright red lipstick. Designer Georgine Ratelband continued last collection’s theme of lace, fur and sheer accents.... Read more »

Zang Toi S/S 2017

Zang Toi S/S 2017

Asha Ruparell, Contributing Writer
September 14, 2016
Filed under Fashion Week, FEATURES

As guests took their seats, romantic French music charmed the crowd at Zang Toi’s Spring/Summer 2017 collection, Glorious Giverny Garden. Spring in France was definitely reflected from the opening look to the finale, with black, beige, and purple being the colours of choice. Toi held to tradi... Read more »

Leanne Marshall S/S 2017

Rachel Sipress, Contributing Writer
September 13, 2016
Filed under Fashion Week, FEATURES

Fashion bloggers and Instagram stars crowded the front rows of the packed Leanne Marshall Spring/Summer 2017 runway show, while the general public fought over the remaining seats. Incredible excitement filled the air as the audience anticipated the show. Leanne Marshall, the Season 5 winner of "Pr... Read more »

Miguel Vieira S/S 2017

Miguel Vieira S/S 2017

Courtney Dodge, Contributing Writer
September 13, 2016
Filed under Fashion Week, FEATURES

The color palette was about the only neutral aspect of Miguel Vieira's Spring/Summer 2017 runway show. Straying from the royal blue tones present in some of his previous collections, Vieira opted for a metallic sheen that made its mark on numerous pieces of the women’s collection. While it was perhaps o... Read more »

Julianna Bass S/S 2017

Julianna Bass S/S 2017

Kaylee Warren, Contributing Writer
September 13, 2016
Filed under Fashion Week, FEATURES

Atmospheric, otherworldly music laced with fleeting piano notes welcomed you to Julianna Bass’s Spring/Summer 2017 post-apocalyptic dreamscape. Three words set the tone for the presentation: “pink cloud syndrome.” It’s defined in the presentation handbook as irrational grandiosity in a time of despair, a cultivated detachment from reality, a breath of fresh air between cigarettes, an ext... Read more »

Barbara Tfank S/S 2017

Barbara Tfank S/S 2017

Pamela Jew, Contributing Writer
September 13, 2016
Filed under Fashion Week, FEATURES

As you entered the Laura Heller Gallery you were greeted by soft, remixed electro-harp music and Barbara Tfank’s elegant Spring/Summer 2017 collection. The models graced the gallery one by one, decked in the stunning, light-reflecting satin silhouettes. Tfank circled the room greeting repo... Read more »

Libertine S/S 2017

Libertine S/S 2017

Audrey Stiffle, Contributing Writer
September 13, 2016
Filed under Fashion Week, FEATURES

The Libertine Spring/Summer 2017 Ready-to-Wear collection stayed true to the brand’s roots with the show’s bright and shimmering colors, play on history and admiration for design. Although there were a few pieces that disrupt the flow on the runway, such as the highlighter-yellow sweatshirt, the overall collection was artisticall... Read more »

TOME S/S 2017

TOME S/S 2017

Gabriella Bower, Beauty and Style Editor
September 12, 2016
Filed under Fashion Week, FEATURES

TOME spring/summer 2017 was a celebration of women; women of every age, every shape, every size, every ethnicity. Moreover, this season’s prints were made by women’s collective in India with Piece & Co, a company whose mission is “to provide the fashion industry with beautiful hand-crafted fabric... Read more »

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