In four days, fashion month will start again with NYFW opening the season. There’s much to be expected: Tommy Hilfiger is bringing his collaboration with Zendaya from Paris to New York this season, Georgina Chapman is presenting her first solo Marchesa collection, and Rihanna is taking Savage X Fenty to TV – and squeezing her way into the already compact NYFW calendar. When the CFDA’s … Continue reading Tighter Schedule for NYFW S/S 2020. Here’s What to Expect
Originally published on November 25, 2013 in print issue of Metro Magazine. Thinking about Bridal Wear in the Caribbean may often leave one to envision more flowers and sheer fabric than needed. But what if I tell you there’s a Caribbean designer who can soon be hailed as the Vera Wang of the Caribbean? Van der Vlugt (VdV) can soon be a name synonymous with … Continue reading Van der Vlugt “Yes” Collection
Another New York Fashion Week (NYFW) has come and quickly passed, and the February 2017 Collections seemed to have drummed up more political media than anything else. Although there were some distinctive looks shown this season, presentations reeked with political undertones. Many designers took this opportunity to make strong statements against the current Trump administration, others stuck to the more traditional settings, and others yet … Continue reading NYFW February 2017: It’s a Wrap!
This season, in the wake of the tumultuous political climate, many designers used this platform to make political statements of their own during their Fall 2017 presentations. Take a look at the Top Statement Makers this season are: Anniesa Hasibuan: The Indonesian Muslim designer used her Fall 2017 collection, fittingly entitled “Drama,” to take a stand for immigration rights that are currently being threatened by the Trump administration. … Continue reading NYFW’s Political Moments
It’s that time of year again when New York City is bustling in preparation for the most illustrious event in the city for both fashion enthusiasts and business people alike – New York Fashion Week (NYFW). We’re all looking forward to see what designers spent months preparing to showcase – often under the harsh criticisms of media powerhouses – as well as bask in the … Continue reading Gearing Up for NYFW – February 2017 Collections
New York Fashion Week has officially begun and right out of the gate I am looking at you Marissa Webb. Day 1 categorically brought a feminine touch to next Spring, largely continuing with the ruffle trend we have embraced this season. In addition to my obsession with Ms. Webb’s New York modern woman wardrobe #musthaves, I have to give nods to Michael Costello‘s vibrant red … Continue reading NYFW Spring 2017 Ready-To-Wear Front Runners
Although street style has fast become one of the main attractions for fashion weeks, my interest has always stayed tried and true to what the runway has to offer. If I dare say, Street Style has become less about genuine uniqueness and more about who can create the most over the top looks for the cameras. So it is will pleasure I refocus this Fashion … Continue reading Spring 2016: Work Wear Chic Runway Looks