Posts Tagged ‘nyfw 2018’

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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Dertbag, Shay Kawaii, H33M & Chicago Playground Showcase FW’18 Streetwear Looks at Cipriani During New York Fashion Week

This past month at Cipriani, Dertbag, Shay Kawaii, H33M and Chicago Playground showcased their FW’18 collections during Style Fashion Week New York. While Style Fashion Week has been known for supporting established, emerging and international designers since their beginnings in 2011—this season during New York Fashion Week, they partnered with Papertrail Magazine in effort to support the increasingly popular streetwear culture. These young brands and designers, often the inspiration behind luxury giants, rarely make their way to the New York Fashion Week runway—operating under tight margins without corporate budgets to produce major runway shows.

Style Fashion Week helps to share the cost of these major productions—providing designers the platform to display their work on the same level as their luxury competitors.

Style Fashion Week recognizes that these designers are a vital piece of the fashion community and will continue to work to support them.

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