The square leads the design process, both in its beginning stage and in its suggestion of the garment cycle.
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Sometimes, runway shows can change your perception of a line of clothing. VOZ (which means voice) is a prime example; the level of detail on many of […]
Eco-Fashion in Brooklyn! Mingle, sip, shop and celebrate ELSA AND ME’s new fall designs at our September 4th fête at Storefront Ten Eyck. Party goers […]
Nolcha Fashion Week’s Fashion Lounge + Media Brunch at Yotel yesterday integrated local eco-production alongside independent designers.
Inspired to make an impact after his mother’s bout with cancer Jason Sochol, along side his friend Omri Bojko, created The Vanity Project to boost non-profits success and start a conversation around clothing.
The bourgeois, eccentric lady of the house who borrows pieces from her husband’s closet…
De Osu stands for a fashion movement back to celebrating each of us as an individual: “Today everything is mass-produced. I Don’t want to dress someone like you, I want to dress you!”
The bearded couple stayed true to their established brand and sent 27 looks down the catwalk that spoke of an elegant modern femininity.
The designer, Suzanne Rae Palaez, uses a mix of sustainable and conventional materials, and 100% of her production takes place in NYC’s garment district.
The first all-vegan show at NYFW, designer Leanne Mai-ly Hilgart brings style and love for animals and planet together beautifully.