Posts Tagged ‘new york fashion week’

NYFW: Korto Momolu SS20 show for Women Grow

Yesterday designer & Project Runway Allstar, Korto Momolu, showed her SS20 collection at Pier59 Studios during New York Fashion Week and fused the worlds of cannabis and fashion for the first time ever on stage.

The show was held in partnership with Women Grow, an organization dually designed to obliterate the lingering stigma affiliated with cannabis and to intentionally cultivate female leadership within the cannabis industry.

Momolu showed 26 looks predominantly created with eco-friendly, sustainable hemp-based fabrications: hemp, linen, jute and cork. Plus 2 models carried vape pens on the runway.

Most people have a notion in their mind pertaining to cannabis – forged largely from pop culture references from Woodstock to 90s stoner movies. Women Grow aims to replace them and looks at the cannabis boom as THE solution to health, wellness, sustainability and environmental needs – this is the future of fashion.

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Pre-Experience New York Fashion Week with MAN SHOW

MAN SHOW, the preferred menswear fashion trade event, returns to New York as pre-show during this January 22-24 – proudly uniting the special and unique design trends for men wear in four countries—United States, United Kingdom, Japan, and France.

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Located in Spring Studio, the major location where every New York Fashion Week holds in, MAN SHOW has held its trade show including 70 brands in two floors, and you can see the brand list here:https://www.manwomanshows.com/

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Since its establishment in 2012, MAN/WOMAN has been dedicated to fostering an intimate community of fashion talents from around the globe – welcoming top tier brands, designers and press at their shows in New York, Paris, and Tokyo.

This time, it sets the stage for over 1000 buyers from the best fashion retailers across the globe, uniting them with top emerging and established design talents. In doing so, MAN fosters an unprecedented platform for innovative creatives and industry entrepreneurs to connect and collaborate. 

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Semir x CJ Yao SS19 – New York Fashion Week

Wednesday September 12th

(Spring Studios)

during New York Fashion Week

Semir x CJ Yao

presented their Spring Summer 2019 collection

featuring men’s and women’s streetwear.

Heavily influenced by young Chinese style,

the collection feature bold graphic prints layered shorts and bright pops of color.

Front row guests included Chris Lavish, actress Malgosia Garny, and Filip Pogady.

MORE ABOUT SEMIR X CJ YAO

Chinese fashion brand SEMIR joins hands with Chinese independent designer brand C.J.YAO using the new generation of Chinese design language to interpret the fashion and attitude of the current young Chinese.

What is the attitude of young Chinese to fashion today? Instead of speculating and advocating for itself, SEMIR, which has always been dedicated to serving mass consumers, specially sent fashion observers to the streets to personally interview and listen to fashion voices of young people. Based on this, SEMIR found that in the Internet age, the emerging generation is keen on high technology. They are online all the time every day, they have an open international perspective and strong national sentiment; they’re eager to speak for their own culture. In their subconscious, fashion is a mixture of the East and West, with a strong definition of self-attitude at the same time.

The fashion element discovered by SEMIR this time is inspired by the spark from the collision of ideological trends of eastern and western contexts, which is presented by the mind-blowing and uniq ue Chinese and English expressions. Like the emoji package, they are the popular expressions of those young people who are keen on online socializing. These unique vocabularies are the symbols of popularity of Chinese culture in the world, and also provide an opportunity for the collaboration between SMEIR and C.J.YAO— to bring the combination of these humorous Chinese English and fashion to the world.

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KIM TIZIANA ROTTMULLER at New York Fashion Week

German designer 
leads us through a spiritual story for collection ‘Oblivion’,
taking inspiration from a seductive witch,
a symbol for our transcendental self and inner magical power.
Lilac,
the color for spirituality brings light into the collection
whereas black is used to submit the unknown,
mysterious darkness.
Experiments with volume are revealed
through oversized hoods and layers of ruffles.
A stand out look –
a candy pink oversized woolen jumper
embellished with mysterious tarot cards
that weave in and out of the knit.
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The Style More Than Cool – nANA jUDY

nANA jUDY’s show was very inspiring. As I know nANA jUDY has set the boundaries of design aesthetic, innovation and quality. And this show nANA jUDY continues its style which is more than just a Streetwear and Urban Clothing brand, it is a culture that unites.

I was amazed by the show.

About nANA JUDY:

nANA JUDY is for Men and Women, young at heart, confident, carefree, inspired, and united by their love of music, art, and culture. Originating in Melbourne, Australia, NANA JUDY has grown into a Global Streetwear Brand for leading clothing retailers, department stores, and boutiques all over the world

Style is about being authentic in what you wear and being true to yourself. NANA JUDY’s range of Streetwear and Urban Wear is for those wanting to make a statement about themselves and to express their true self. With unique designs and exclusive elements, NANA JUDY provides you with a style of your very own.

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Living in A Fairytale – Self Portrait SS19 at New York Fashion Week

So excited to be invited to attend Self Portrait SS19 NYFW show at Spring Studios!

It was an amazing show, and I already know that Self Portrait never makes me feel bored. I personally love their dresses so much. Both my graduation exhibition’s opening and Marriage Registration, I chose Self Portrait to wear. Of course I have gotten so many compliments for the beautiful dresses.

This year, Self Portrait continues its modern fairytale style, but adds more bright colors. I love them and looking forward to having them when they are on market.

A lot of great influencers were invited, including Olivia Palermo, Aimee Song, Danielle Bernstein and Caroline Daur.

 

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