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Knit dresses were slashed at various places on the midriff, and evening dresses that swirled around the body leaving wide swaths of it uncovered were densely embroidered with sequins.All of this was set against thick black fishnet stockings and stacked-heel mules adorned with piles of plastic fringe. No doubt about it, Hernandez and McCollough took chances with this collection. Where there’s no risk there’s no reward, but a lot of the time their experimental materials ended up feeling awkward or heavy.
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KTZ made its first-ever New York fashion week appearance, Leather and ethnographic takes us on journeys through foreign lands. Pejoski’s buckle-detailed faux-leather dresses had a strong whiff of the dungeon about them, for instance,
Native American scenario set up all his collection this time and we we love it,
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Carolina Herrera explores interpretations of the water element both nuanced and literal in color, pattern, shape and detail.
A cool palette of gradient tones -blues and grays – punctuated by crimson red is a fresh take on autumnal colors. Techno appliqué droplets, spray embroidery, jacquards and photo prints patterned with waves and rich tweeds are multi-dimensional fabrics with a textural effect of a liquid surface
Courtesy: Carolina Herrera
This collection is based on a crisscrossing in USA, Designer Stuart Vevers took his tour for 5 summers and keeping small details of all his adventures.
Pieces in a boho way and some of them , in this case the most important was a un-dyed shearling sheepherder coat, a perfect combination of a Nomad in modern times.
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This is the third season out of four that the design director of Calvin Klein menswear has acted as mentor for the group of hopefuls,They were followed by the four mini-collections. First up was Julia Seemann, who, now based in Zurich, formerly interned with Vivienne Westwood in London. That her models struggled in their high heels only added to the endearing charm of her futuristic hippie chicks, with their full denim skirts and floppy-hats-cum-visors.
Next, Andrea Jiapei Li, a native of Beijing and a recent Parsons graduate, fused loose garments recalling traditional Chinese dress with extreme geometric shapes, and soft cotton jersey with hard vinyl, because, she said, “I wanted to give emotion to fabric.” The only men’s designer, Ximon Lee, another Parsons grad, said he was inspired by the Oscar-nominated Polish documentary Children of the Leningradsky, about a post-Soviet band of orphaned street kids who call Moscow’s railway stations home. His models, however, looked more ennobled than the synopsis would suggest, projecting strength and fortitude in great abstracted, oversize, ombré-dyed pieces and carrying foam mats as accessories.
Finally, it was time for Di$count Univer$e, an Australian label popular among musicians. It lived up to its customized spelling with a cheeky, flashy, spangle-y assortment of slinky sequin dresses and biker jackets worthy of whatever spectacle the wearer might have in mind
VIKTOR LUNA debuts his Spring/Summer 2015 collection to a global audience in September 2014. For the New York-based designer, ‘ALIEN QUEEN’ marks his fifth consecutive collection to showcase during NYFW.
Out-of-this-world, futuristic elements collide with Luna’s signature punk rock nuance, while silhouettes draw inspiration from the legendary costumes of a 1980s Michael Jackson. Luna’s mastery of leather-wear and tailoring is perfected as he descends deeper into experimental techniques of embellishment and draping.
Viktor Luna provokes the audience with interplay of femininity, strength and technology. The rigidity of iridescent vinyl flirts with supple leathers and crocodile as delicate georgette elegantly drapes alongside otherworldly prosthetic and protrusions. While the collection’s styling is inspired by the regal and extraterrestrial, Luna’s individual pieces are unexpectedly down-to-earth.
Courtesy: Viktor Luna
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