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Spring Runway Trends: Caught or Dropped?

Spring Runway Trends: Caught or Dropped?

Pamela Jew, Staff Writer
March 20, 2017
Filed under Beauty & Style, FEATURES

Discover which trends from the Spring/Summer 2017 Runways actually caught on and which ones didn't.

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Thaddeus O’Neil F/W 2017

Thaddeus O’Neil F/W 2017

Sophie Shaw, Beauty & Style Editor
February 3, 2017
Filed under Fashion Week, FEATURES

A little bit of neon and disco brought the party to the Thaddeus O’Neil Fall/Winter 2017 presentation. Before the models entered the room, the audience looked upon a neon pink light reading “An attempt to survive time” with several disco balls hanging above it. As the models rolled out, some...

Kenneth Ning F/W 2017

Kenneth Ning F/W 2017

Michaela Hoffman, Violet Vision Editor
February 2, 2017
Filed under Fashion Week, FEATURES

Kenneth Ning’s signature deconstructed menswear made another appearance at his Fall/Winter 2017 show. Ning embraced the technological 21st century by having the show at the Samsung 817 building in the Meatpacking district. The venue itself was very unlike the typical white runway that usually ap...

Zachary Prell F/W 2017

Zachary Prell F/W 2017

Gabriella Bower, Editor-at-Large
February 1, 2017
Filed under Fashion Week, FEATURES

Zachary Prell's fall/winter 2017 collection was once again a showcase of monochromatic harmonies. The collection displayed a new way for men to structure his everyday business uniform. However, the buzz of the room and blaring music were not music to my ears.   Monochrome, an essential for...

Raun LaRose F/W 2017

Raun LaRose F/W 2017

Sophie Shaw, Beauty & Style Editor
February 1, 2017
Filed under Fashion Week, FEATURES

The Raun LaRose Fall/Winter 2017 presentation showcased new spins on winter basics. Puffy coats and cozy knits were amped up by unorthodox textural pairings — the most prominent being vinyl. Titled "To Whom it May Concern", LaRose’s presentation was a visual open letter that allowed viewers ample ...

Steve Aoki x Dim Mak Collection F/W 2017

Steve Aoki x Dim Mak Collection F/W 2017

Sophie Shaw, Beauty and Style Editor
February 1, 2017
Filed under Fashion Week, FEATURES

DJ and designer Steve Aoki married music and fashion in his skate-park suitable Fall/Winter 2017 Dim Mak Collection. Aoki stayed true to the streetwear style he established for the previous four Dim Mak Collections. Skater-turned-models shredded down two temporary half-pipes, while the rock ...

Carlos Campos F/W 2017

Carlos Campos F/W 2017

Kaitlyn Wang, Co-Managing Editor
January 31, 2017
Filed under Fashion Week, FEATURES

From walking to New York City from his homeland of Honduras at the age of 13 to his collections walking the runway at NYFW, Latino designer Carlos Campos has come a long way. In his Fall/Winter 2017 collection, Campos sent simple, layered looks down the runway, with pops of softer colors like...

Robert Geller F/W 2017

Robert Geller F/W 2017

Michaela Hoffman, Violet Vision Editor
January 31, 2017
Filed under Fashion Week, FEATURES

Art imitated life today at Robert Geller’s Fall/Winter 2017 show. His collection titled, “Love and War”, was a nod to the political climate today in America. The show was all about juxtaposition: of color, style and political forces. His collection expressed militarism, protest and revolt,...

Nick Graham F/W 2017

Nick Graham F/W 2017

Michaela Hoffman, Violet Vision Editor
January 31, 2017
Filed under Fashion Week, FEATURES

Nick Graham took his audience on a trip to space in his Fall/Winter 2017 collection titled, “Life on Mars: Fall/Winter 2035.” Graham’s themed shows in the past have always been over-the-top, exciting and engaging to the audience. It was hard to compete with his Spring 2017 show celebrating 19...

NYMD Evening Presentation F/W 2017

NYMD Evening Presentation F/W 2017

Grace Halio, Editor-at-Large
January 31, 2017
Filed under Fashion Week, FEATURES

David Naman A conglomerate of classic suiting and sportswear, David Naman’s collection was comprised of soothing earthtones and subtle patterns. Rich, mossy greens stood out among muted charcoal plaids, while patches and appliques brought sparkle and interest to plain sweaters. Models toted sleek dark ...

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