For Fall/ Winter 2011/ 2012 fashion designers have offered us a variety of trends. Some are new and crazy and others are those we have already got accustomed to. Here is the list: Fall/ Winter 2011/ 2012 Fashion Trend #1: Androgyny. The whole world seems to be changing. Men become more like...

After being absent from the New York Fashion Week scene for over a decade, Shamask presented his women's and men's Spring 2012 collection at The Studio in Lincoln Centre to a packed house, teeming with fans. So important was this event, that even Bill Cunningham was there happily documenting...

Staged in the basement of a church, this presentation of Petrouman's Spring 2012 line felt like an underground piece of performance art. The clothes themselves were theatrical: each model donned a sophisticated patchwork of the same prints as the rest of his gang, but each outfit's...

A Japanese distributor wanted to further combine fashion and gallery art, so they paired Juma with a Japanese photography exhibit that employed a very similar bold and colorful palette. The pairing was a cross-cultural, and cross-medium, success. - Paula Rosine Long Designer Website:...

giddy up! This is what the design Brian Wolk & Claude Morias had in mind when they explored the real meaning of their namesake collection. What does this mean for fans of the highly responded to collection? Well, a showing of brilliant colors of greens, yellows. blues, pinks, & reds in...

" The sophomore effort of Nary Manivong and Alexandria Hilfiger demonstrated the designers' staying power, in a collection that once again takes inspiration from the shirtdress, but also branches out successfully beyond that concept. Neatly divided into sections, there were a set of delicate...

Wednesday September 7th, 2011 Metropolitan Pavilion In her 4th collection to date, designer Stacey Clark staged a bold, modern collection that stated the 1990′s as its inspiration – the 90′s Venice Beach scene to be exact - yet the collection seemed so modern & of the moment in its...

Saturday, September 10th, 2011 HPGRP Gallery As you entered the Chrishabana Spring 2012 Presentation, you were met with a vignette of models all clad in White gauzy ensembles accessorized with Mr. Habana's gold assortment which centers around a central cross motif. The feeling was 100% like...

When I learned that Rodarte was doing a line inspired by Van Gogh, I envisioned thick chunks of different textiles, perhaps woven, to evoke the master's distinctive brushstrokes – and Rodarte would have been perfect for such a task. I pictured something interpretive, an evocation of or...

Construction, as we use it in fashion, doesn't necessarily evoke images of scaffolding and pouring concrete. Nor did associating the construction of his collection with a building site result in a stiff or rigid collection. Instead, elements like knife pleats that do stiffen soft silks were...

 

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