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  • hauturely posted 8 photos 9 months, 2 weeks ago

    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020.
    Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely
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  • hauturely posted 8 photos 9 months, 2 weeks ago

    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020.
    Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely
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  • hauturely posted 4 photos 9 months, 2 weeks ago

    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020.
    Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely
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    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #chochengaw20 #aw20 #nyfw #nyfwaw20 #purplepr #Franciscdaly Chocheng-AW20-34Chocheng-AW20-35Chocheng-AW20-36-2Chocheng-AW20-37
    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #
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    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #chochengaw20 #aw20 #nyfw #nyfwaw20 #purplepr #Franciscdaly Chocheng-AW20-34Chocheng-AW20-35Chocheng-AW20-36-2Chocheng-AW20-37
    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #
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    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #chochengaw20 #aw20 #nyfw #nyfwaw20 #purplepr #Franciscdaly Chocheng-AW20-34Chocheng-AW20-35Chocheng-AW20-36-2Chocheng-AW20-37
    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #
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    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #chochengaw20 #aw20 #nyfw #nyfwaw20 #purplepr #Franciscdaly Chocheng-AW20-34Chocheng-AW20-35Chocheng-AW20-36-2Chocheng-AW20-37
    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 9 months, 2 weeks ago

    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020.
    Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely
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    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #chochengaw20 #aw20 #nyfw #nyfwaw20 #purplepr #Franciscdaly Chocheng-AW20-38Chocheng-AW20-43Chocheng-AW20-44Chocheng-AW20-45
    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #
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    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #chochengaw20 #aw20 #nyfw #nyfwaw20 #purplepr #Franciscdaly Chocheng-AW20-38Chocheng-AW20-43Chocheng-AW20-44Chocheng-AW20-45
    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #
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    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #chochengaw20 #aw20 #nyfw #nyfwaw20 #purplepr #Franciscdaly Chocheng-AW20-38Chocheng-AW20-43Chocheng-AW20-44Chocheng-AW20-45
    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #
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    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #chochengaw20 #aw20 #nyfw #nyfwaw20 #purplepr #Franciscdaly Chocheng-AW20-38Chocheng-AW20-43Chocheng-AW20-44Chocheng-AW20-45
    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 9 months, 2 weeks ago

    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020.
    Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely
    #chocheng #chochengaw20 #aw20 #nyfw #nyfwaw20 #purplepr #Franciscdaly Chocheng-AW20-46Chocheng-AW20-48Chocheng-AW20-50Chocheng-AW20-51

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    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #chochengaw20 #aw20 #nyfw #nyfwaw20 #purplepr #Franciscdaly Chocheng-AW20-46Chocheng-AW20-48Chocheng-AW20-50Chocheng-AW20-51
    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #
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    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #chochengaw20 #aw20 #nyfw #nyfwaw20 #purplepr #Franciscdaly Chocheng-AW20-46Chocheng-AW20-48Chocheng-AW20-50Chocheng-AW20-51
    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #
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    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #chochengaw20 #aw20 #nyfw #nyfwaw20 #purplepr #Franciscdaly Chocheng-AW20-46Chocheng-AW20-48Chocheng-AW20-50Chocheng-AW20-51
    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #
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    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #chochengaw20 #aw20 #nyfw #nyfwaw20 #purplepr #Franciscdaly Chocheng-AW20-46Chocheng-AW20-48Chocheng-AW20-50Chocheng-AW20-51
    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 9 months, 2 weeks ago

    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020.
    Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely
    #chocheng #chochengaw20 #aw20 #nyfw #nyfwaw20 #purplepr #Franciscdaly Chocheng-AW20-52Chocheng-AW20-53Chocheng-AW20-54Chocheng-AW20-55

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    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #chochengaw20 #aw20 #nyfw #nyfwaw20 #purplepr #Franciscdaly Chocheng-AW20-52Chocheng-AW20-53Chocheng-AW20-54Chocheng-AW20-55
    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #
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    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #chochengaw20 #aw20 #nyfw #nyfwaw20 #purplepr #Franciscdaly Chocheng-AW20-52Chocheng-AW20-53Chocheng-AW20-54Chocheng-AW20-55
    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #
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    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #chochengaw20 #aw20 #nyfw #nyfwaw20 #purplepr #Franciscdaly Chocheng-AW20-52Chocheng-AW20-53Chocheng-AW20-54Chocheng-AW20-55
    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #
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    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #chochengaw20 #aw20 #nyfw #nyfwaw20 #purplepr #Franciscdaly Chocheng-AW20-52Chocheng-AW20-53Chocheng-AW20-54Chocheng-AW20-55
    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 9 months, 2 weeks ago

    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020.
    Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely
    #chocheng #chochengaw20 #aw20 #nyfw #nyfwaw20 #purplepr #Franciscdaly Chocheng-AW20-57Chocheng-AW20-58Chocheng-AW20-62Chocheng-AW20-63

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    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #chochengaw20 #aw20 #nyfw #nyfwaw20 #purplepr #Franciscdaly Chocheng-AW20-57Chocheng-AW20-58Chocheng-AW20-62Chocheng-AW20-63
    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #
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    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #chochengaw20 #aw20 #nyfw #nyfwaw20 #purplepr #Franciscdaly Chocheng-AW20-57Chocheng-AW20-58Chocheng-AW20-62Chocheng-AW20-63
    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #
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    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #chochengaw20 #aw20 #nyfw #nyfwaw20 #purplepr #Franciscdaly Chocheng-AW20-57Chocheng-AW20-58Chocheng-AW20-62Chocheng-AW20-63
    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #
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    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #chochengaw20 #aw20 #nyfw #nyfwaw20 #purplepr #Franciscdaly Chocheng-AW20-57Chocheng-AW20-58Chocheng-AW20-62Chocheng-AW20-63
    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 9 months, 2 weeks ago

    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020.
    Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely
    #chocheng #chochengaw20 #aw20 #nyfw #nyfwaw20 #purplepr #Franciscdaly Chocheng-AW20-65Chocheng-AW20-67Chocheng-AW20-70Chocheng-AW20-71

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    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #chochengaw20 #aw20 #nyfw #nyfwaw20 #purplepr #Franciscdaly Chocheng-AW20-65Chocheng-AW20-67Chocheng-AW20-70Chocheng-AW20-71
    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #
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    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #chochengaw20 #aw20 #nyfw #nyfwaw20 #purplepr #Franciscdaly Chocheng-AW20-65Chocheng-AW20-67Chocheng-AW20-70Chocheng-AW20-71
    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #
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    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #chochengaw20 #aw20 #nyfw #nyfwaw20 #purplepr #Franciscdaly Chocheng-AW20-65Chocheng-AW20-67Chocheng-AW20-70Chocheng-AW20-71
    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #
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    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #chochengaw20 #aw20 #nyfw #nyfwaw20 #purplepr #Franciscdaly Chocheng-AW20-65Chocheng-AW20-67Chocheng-AW20-70Chocheng-AW20-71
    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 9 months, 2 weeks ago

    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020.
    Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely
    #chocheng #chochengaw20 #aw20 #nyfw #nyfwaw20 #purplepr #Franciscdaly Chocheng-AW20-76Chocheng-AW20-77Chocheng-AW20-80-2Chocheng-AW20-81

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    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #chochengaw20 #aw20 #nyfw #nyfwaw20 #purplepr #Franciscdaly Chocheng-AW20-76Chocheng-AW20-77Chocheng-AW20-80-2Chocheng-AW20-81
    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #
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    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #chochengaw20 #aw20 #nyfw #nyfwaw20 #purplepr #Franciscdaly Chocheng-AW20-76Chocheng-AW20-77Chocheng-AW20-80-2Chocheng-AW20-81
    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #
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    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #chochengaw20 #aw20 #nyfw #nyfwaw20 #purplepr #Franciscdaly Chocheng-AW20-76Chocheng-AW20-77Chocheng-AW20-80-2Chocheng-AW20-81
    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #
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    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #chochengaw20 #aw20 #nyfw #nyfwaw20 #purplepr #Franciscdaly Chocheng-AW20-76Chocheng-AW20-77Chocheng-AW20-80-2Chocheng-AW20-81
    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 9 months, 2 weeks ago

    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020.
    Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely
    #chocheng #chochengaw20 #aw20 #nyfw #nyfwaw20 #purplepr #Franic C. Daly ChochangxxChocheng-AW20-2Chocheng-AW20-4Chocheng-AW20-8

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    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #chochengaw20 #aw20 #nyfw #nyfwaw20 #purplepr #Franic C. Daly ChochangxxChocheng-AW20-2Chocheng-AW20-4Chocheng-AW20-8
    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #
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    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #chochengaw20 #aw20 #nyfw #nyfwaw20 #purplepr #Franic C. Daly ChochangxxChocheng-AW20-2Chocheng-AW20-4Chocheng-AW20-8
    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #
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    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #chochengaw20 #aw20 #nyfw #nyfwaw20 #purplepr #Franic C. Daly ChochangxxChocheng-AW20-2Chocheng-AW20-4Chocheng-AW20-8
    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #
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    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #chochengaw20 #aw20 #nyfw #nyfwaw20 #purplepr #Franic C. Daly ChochangxxChocheng-AW20-2Chocheng-AW20-4Chocheng-AW20-8
    Chocheng, Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2020. Photography by Francis C. Daly for Hauturely #chocheng #
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 10 months, 2 weeks ago

    MRHUA MRSHUA by NiuNiu Chou Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week
    The latest collection from the Chinese brand MRHUA MRSHUA by NiuNiu Chou came out in full force at New York Fashion Week. The designer recruited a mixture of models for his Spring/Summer 2020 collection, reflecting an array of ages and cultures, intending to create…[Read more]

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    MRHUA MRSHUA by NiuNiu Chou Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week The latest collection from the Chinese brand MRHUA MRSHUA by NiuNiu Chou came out in full force at New York Fashion Week. The designer recruited a mixture of models for his Spring/Summer 2020 collection, reflecting an array of ages and cultures, intending to create universal and all-inclusive designs for everyone and anyone to wear. The collection titled ‘Male Left Female Right of MIX’ encompassed cultural and ethnic diversity, fusing male and female elements into genderless pieces. Uncannily, we saw a young child feature in the show, both independently and paired up with Miss J Alexander from America’s Next Top Model for the closing look, walking hand in hand down the catwalk in matching outfits. The fabrics were bursting with color, covered in abstract prints and elaborate embroidery. The extravagance of the layered robes prompted similar notions of the Japanese geisha – a tradition that initially came from China. Along with the lively sea of colors, the makeup and hair were just as futuristic and infused with tribal influences. Models had yellow spots of color dotted underneath the eyes, accompanied by purple eyebrows and bright red eyeshadow filling the eyelids. Pearls were attached to the face, which resembled a decorative form of white face paint, and the men had drawn on mono-brows and a black upper lip. It was an innovative take on the bare faces we traditionally see on the runway. NiuNiu Chou’s aesthetic fruitfully promoted Chinese trends. His perspective was an impressive reinvention of conventional Spring/Summer fashion. Click HERE to view the full MRHUA MRSHUA by NiuNiu Chou Spring/Summer 2020 collection. written by Tess Hardy Click HERE to view the full MRHUA MRSHUA by NiuNiu Chou Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #mrhuamrshua #mrhuamrshuaarticle #mrhuamrshuass20 #tesshardy #nyfw #nyfwarticle #ebconsultsworldwide #ebconsultsworldwidearticle hauturely_47-p1810721hauturely_38-p1810607hauturely_1-p1810349hauturely_74-p1810919
    MRHUA MRSHUA by NiuNiu Chou Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week The latest collection fr
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    MRHUA MRSHUA by NiuNiu Chou Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week The latest collection from the Chinese brand MRHUA MRSHUA by NiuNiu Chou came out in full force at New York Fashion Week. The designer recruited a mixture of models for his Spring/Summer 2020 collection, reflecting an array of ages and cultures, intending to create universal and all-inclusive designs for everyone and anyone to wear. The collection titled ‘Male Left Female Right of MIX’ encompassed cultural and ethnic diversity, fusing male and female elements into genderless pieces. Uncannily, we saw a young child feature in the show, both independently and paired up with Miss J Alexander from America’s Next Top Model for the closing look, walking hand in hand down the catwalk in matching outfits. The fabrics were bursting with color, covered in abstract prints and elaborate embroidery. The extravagance of the layered robes prompted similar notions of the Japanese geisha – a tradition that initially came from China. Along with the lively sea of colors, the makeup and hair were just as futuristic and infused with tribal influences. Models had yellow spots of color dotted underneath the eyes, accompanied by purple eyebrows and bright red eyeshadow filling the eyelids. Pearls were attached to the face, which resembled a decorative form of white face paint, and the men had drawn on mono-brows and a black upper lip. It was an innovative take on the bare faces we traditionally see on the runway. NiuNiu Chou’s aesthetic fruitfully promoted Chinese trends. His perspective was an impressive reinvention of conventional Spring/Summer fashion. Click HERE to view the full MRHUA MRSHUA by NiuNiu Chou Spring/Summer 2020 collection. written by Tess Hardy Click HERE to view the full MRHUA MRSHUA by NiuNiu Chou Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #mrhuamrshua #mrhuamrshuaarticle #mrhuamrshuass20 #tesshardy #nyfw #nyfwarticle #ebconsultsworldwide #ebconsultsworldwidearticle hauturely_47-p1810721hauturely_38-p1810607hauturely_1-p1810349hauturely_74-p1810919
    MRHUA MRSHUA by NiuNiu Chou Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week The latest collection fr
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    MRHUA MRSHUA by NiuNiu Chou Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week The latest collection from the Chinese brand MRHUA MRSHUA by NiuNiu Chou came out in full force at New York Fashion Week. The designer recruited a mixture of models for his Spring/Summer 2020 collection, reflecting an array of ages and cultures, intending to create universal and all-inclusive designs for everyone and anyone to wear. The collection titled ‘Male Left Female Right of MIX’ encompassed cultural and ethnic diversity, fusing male and female elements into genderless pieces. Uncannily, we saw a young child feature in the show, both independently and paired up with Miss J Alexander from America’s Next Top Model for the closing look, walking hand in hand down the catwalk in matching outfits. The fabrics were bursting with color, covered in abstract prints and elaborate embroidery. The extravagance of the layered robes prompted similar notions of the Japanese geisha – a tradition that initially came from China. Along with the lively sea of colors, the makeup and hair were just as futuristic and infused with tribal influences. Models had yellow spots of color dotted underneath the eyes, accompanied by purple eyebrows and bright red eyeshadow filling the eyelids. Pearls were attached to the face, which resembled a decorative form of white face paint, and the men had drawn on mono-brows and a black upper lip. It was an innovative take on the bare faces we traditionally see on the runway. NiuNiu Chou’s aesthetic fruitfully promoted Chinese trends. His perspective was an impressive reinvention of conventional Spring/Summer fashion. Click HERE to view the full MRHUA MRSHUA by NiuNiu Chou Spring/Summer 2020 collection. written by Tess Hardy Click HERE to view the full MRHUA MRSHUA by NiuNiu Chou Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #mrhuamrshua #mrhuamrshuaarticle #mrhuamrshuass20 #tesshardy #nyfw #nyfwarticle #ebconsultsworldwide #ebconsultsworldwidearticle hauturely_47-p1810721hauturely_38-p1810607hauturely_1-p1810349hauturely_74-p1810919
    MRHUA MRSHUA by NiuNiu Chou Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week The latest collection fr
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    MRHUA MRSHUA by NiuNiu Chou Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week The latest collection from the Chinese brand MRHUA MRSHUA by NiuNiu Chou came out in full force at New York Fashion Week. The designer recruited a mixture of models for his Spring/Summer 2020 collection, reflecting an array of ages and cultures, intending to create universal and all-inclusive designs for everyone and anyone to wear. The collection titled ‘Male Left Female Right of MIX’ encompassed cultural and ethnic diversity, fusing male and female elements into genderless pieces. Uncannily, we saw a young child feature in the show, both independently and paired up with Miss J Alexander from America’s Next Top Model for the closing look, walking hand in hand down the catwalk in matching outfits. The fabrics were bursting with color, covered in abstract prints and elaborate embroidery. The extravagance of the layered robes prompted similar notions of the Japanese geisha – a tradition that initially came from China. Along with the lively sea of colors, the makeup and hair were just as futuristic and infused with tribal influences. Models had yellow spots of color dotted underneath the eyes, accompanied by purple eyebrows and bright red eyeshadow filling the eyelids. Pearls were attached to the face, which resembled a decorative form of white face paint, and the men had drawn on mono-brows and a black upper lip. It was an innovative take on the bare faces we traditionally see on the runway. NiuNiu Chou’s aesthetic fruitfully promoted Chinese trends. His perspective was an impressive reinvention of conventional Spring/Summer fashion. Click HERE to view the full MRHUA MRSHUA by NiuNiu Chou Spring/Summer 2020 collection. written by Tess Hardy Click HERE to view the full MRHUA MRSHUA by NiuNiu Chou Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #mrhuamrshua #mrhuamrshuaarticle #mrhuamrshuass20 #tesshardy #nyfw #nyfwarticle #ebconsultsworldwide #ebconsultsworldwidearticle hauturely_47-p1810721hauturely_38-p1810607hauturely_1-p1810349hauturely_74-p1810919
    MRHUA MRSHUA by NiuNiu Chou Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week The latest collection fr
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 10 months, 2 weeks ago

    Japanese Inspired Designs at Yumi Katsura Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week
    The Japanese designer, Yumi Katsura, gave us a first look at her new couture collection, ‘The Poetry of Suminagashi’ at InterContinental Paris – Le Grand Hotel. The luxuriousness and charm of the hotel were mirrored in Katsura’s collection, reachin…[Read more]

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    Japanese Inspired Designs at Yumi Katsura Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week The Japanese designer, Yumi Katsura, gave us a first look at her new couture collection, ‘The Poetry of Suminagashi’ at InterContinental Paris – Le Grand Hotel. The luxuriousness and charm of the hotel were mirrored in Katsura’s collection, reaching new heights of elegance. Inspired by Japanese calligraphy, the Yumi Katsura creative team fashioned unique designs using traditional techniques from Japan: ‘suminagashi’ and gradation dyeing. Suminagashi is a paper marbling method where ‘floating ink’ – water and colored ink – transfer onto an absorbent surface, such as paper or fabric. This originated in Japan as early as the 12th century and is fortunately still being used by artisans today. The swirly ink patterns formed a beautifully smooth marbling effect of deep pink, purple, and violet tones for Yumi Katsura. They complimented the flower fashion and pleated gowns that were inspired by Japanese temple and residential architecture. The black runway felt quite eerie, especially as some designs appeared rather sci-fi and extra-terrestrial. Two particularly eye-catching looks were a purple and black kimono dress with filmy fabric calligraphy printed and brush dyed, and a silk and vinyl pleated dress, created using a Tango Chirimen weave technique with Japanese wave and rabbit pattern. The neck collar and pointy shoulders resonated with an ‘evil queen’ in her kingdom – very monarch-esque. Yumi Katsura is a brand to watch and admire for meticulous craftsmanship, taking us on a journey through Japanese tradition and culture into modernity. written by Tess Hardy Click HERE to view the full Yumi Katsura Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #yumikatsura #yumikatsuraarticle #yumikatsurafw19 #tesshardy #hcfw #hcfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_yumi-katsura-01-juillet-12hauturely_yumi-katsura-01-juillet-31hauturely_yumi-katsura-01-juillet-43hauturely_yumi-katsura-01-juillet-46
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    Japanese Inspired Designs at Yumi Katsura Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week The Japanese designer, Yumi Katsura, gave us a first look at her new couture collection, ‘The Poetry of Suminagashi’ at InterContinental Paris – Le Grand Hotel. The luxuriousness and charm of the hotel were mirrored in Katsura’s collection, reaching new heights of elegance. Inspired by Japanese calligraphy, the Yumi Katsura creative team fashioned unique designs using traditional techniques from Japan: ‘suminagashi’ and gradation dyeing. Suminagashi is a paper marbling method where ‘floating ink’ – water and colored ink – transfer onto an absorbent surface, such as paper or fabric. This originated in Japan as early as the 12th century and is fortunately still being used by artisans today. The swirly ink patterns formed a beautifully smooth marbling effect of deep pink, purple, and violet tones for Yumi Katsura. They complimented the flower fashion and pleated gowns that were inspired by Japanese temple and residential architecture. The black runway felt quite eerie, especially as some designs appeared rather sci-fi and extra-terrestrial. Two particularly eye-catching looks were a purple and black kimono dress with filmy fabric calligraphy printed and brush dyed, and a silk and vinyl pleated dress, created using a Tango Chirimen weave technique with Japanese wave and rabbit pattern. The neck collar and pointy shoulders resonated with an ‘evil queen’ in her kingdom – very monarch-esque. Yumi Katsura is a brand to watch and admire for meticulous craftsmanship, taking us on a journey through Japanese tradition and culture into modernity. written by Tess Hardy Click HERE to view the full Yumi Katsura Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #yumikatsura #yumikatsuraarticle #yumikatsurafw19 #tesshardy #hcfw #hcfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_yumi-katsura-01-juillet-12hauturely_yumi-katsura-01-juillet-31hauturely_yumi-katsura-01-juillet-43hauturely_yumi-katsura-01-juillet-46
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    Japanese Inspired Designs at Yumi Katsura Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week The Japanese designer, Yumi Katsura, gave us a first look at her new couture collection, ‘The Poetry of Suminagashi’ at InterContinental Paris – Le Grand Hotel. The luxuriousness and charm of the hotel were mirrored in Katsura’s collection, reaching new heights of elegance. Inspired by Japanese calligraphy, the Yumi Katsura creative team fashioned unique designs using traditional techniques from Japan: ‘suminagashi’ and gradation dyeing. Suminagashi is a paper marbling method where ‘floating ink’ – water and colored ink – transfer onto an absorbent surface, such as paper or fabric. This originated in Japan as early as the 12th century and is fortunately still being used by artisans today. The swirly ink patterns formed a beautifully smooth marbling effect of deep pink, purple, and violet tones for Yumi Katsura. They complimented the flower fashion and pleated gowns that were inspired by Japanese temple and residential architecture. The black runway felt quite eerie, especially as some designs appeared rather sci-fi and extra-terrestrial. Two particularly eye-catching looks were a purple and black kimono dress with filmy fabric calligraphy printed and brush dyed, and a silk and vinyl pleated dress, created using a Tango Chirimen weave technique with Japanese wave and rabbit pattern. The neck collar and pointy shoulders resonated with an ‘evil queen’ in her kingdom – very monarch-esque. Yumi Katsura is a brand to watch and admire for meticulous craftsmanship, taking us on a journey through Japanese tradition and culture into modernity. written by Tess Hardy Click HERE to view the full Yumi Katsura Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #yumikatsura #yumikatsuraarticle #yumikatsurafw19 #tesshardy #hcfw #hcfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_yumi-katsura-01-juillet-12hauturely_yumi-katsura-01-juillet-31hauturely_yumi-katsura-01-juillet-43hauturely_yumi-katsura-01-juillet-46
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    Japanese Inspired Designs at Yumi Katsura Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week The Japanese designer, Yumi Katsura, gave us a first look at her new couture collection, ‘The Poetry of Suminagashi’ at InterContinental Paris – Le Grand Hotel. The luxuriousness and charm of the hotel were mirrored in Katsura’s collection, reaching new heights of elegance. Inspired by Japanese calligraphy, the Yumi Katsura creative team fashioned unique designs using traditional techniques from Japan: ‘suminagashi’ and gradation dyeing. Suminagashi is a paper marbling method where ‘floating ink’ – water and colored ink – transfer onto an absorbent surface, such as paper or fabric. This originated in Japan as early as the 12th century and is fortunately still being used by artisans today. The swirly ink patterns formed a beautifully smooth marbling effect of deep pink, purple, and violet tones for Yumi Katsura. They complimented the flower fashion and pleated gowns that were inspired by Japanese temple and residential architecture. The black runway felt quite eerie, especially as some designs appeared rather sci-fi and extra-terrestrial. Two particularly eye-catching looks were a purple and black kimono dress with filmy fabric calligraphy printed and brush dyed, and a silk and vinyl pleated dress, created using a Tango Chirimen weave technique with Japanese wave and rabbit pattern. The neck collar and pointy shoulders resonated with an ‘evil queen’ in her kingdom – very monarch-esque. Yumi Katsura is a brand to watch and admire for meticulous craftsmanship, taking us on a journey through Japanese tradition and culture into modernity. written by Tess Hardy Click HERE to view the full Yumi Katsura Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #yumikatsura #yumikatsuraarticle #yumikatsurafw19 #tesshardy #hcfw #hcfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_yumi-katsura-01-juillet-12hauturely_yumi-katsura-01-juillet-31hauturely_yumi-katsura-01-juillet-43hauturely_yumi-katsura-01-juillet-46
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    All About Recycled Love at Dirty Pineapple Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week
    Dirty Pineapple is a Shanghai-based clothing brand founded by Elsa Zai and Nellie Wang in 2016. For their Spring and Summer 2020 Collection, presented during New York Fashion Week at the beginning of September, they bring us relaxed streetwear pieces with a…[Read more]

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    All About Recycled Love at Dirty Pineapple Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Dirty Pineapple is a Shanghai-based clothing brand founded by Elsa Zai and Nellie Wang in 2016. For their Spring and Summer 2020 Collection, presented during New York Fashion Week at the beginning of September, they bring us relaxed streetwear pieces with a quirky and modern twist, all in the light of sustainability and fighting climate change. ‘Recycled Love: Leave What No Longer Serves You’ consisted of a mixture of monochromatic looks and full-on ensembles in wild prints of faces, flowerpots, tie-dye, butterflies, and snakeskin. Different shapes were mixed, ranging from mustard yellow and crispy white over-sized blazers and stylish black trousers to sweatshirts with unfinished hemlines, cropped hoodies and velvet and metallic sweatpants. Inspired by different cultures and times, you see vintage as well as futuristic elements. The hair and make-up looks supported the running theme of the collection: the freedom of ultimate self-expression. Pink pixie-cuts, seventies styled sunglasses, black lips, bright purple eyeshadow, and chain necklaces all added to the overall feel of the show. Dirty Pineapple’s typical lounge suits were often combined with casual white sneakers, thereby fusing classic styles with high street fashion. These show-stealing outfits convey the message of how the reinvention of one\'s self can go alongside wearability and sustainability. A strategic detail from the collection is the fact that everything is unisex so that everyone can wear everything. This approach is part of their \"quest for a gender-equal world in an unequal driven society.\" written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Dirty Pineapple Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #dirtypineapple #dirtypineapplearticle #dirtypineappless20 #elenavanmeirvenne #nyfw #nyfwarticle #repagency #repagencyarticle hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look23hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look3hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look11hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look16
    All About Recycled Love at Dirty Pineapple Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Dirty Pin
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    All About Recycled Love at Dirty Pineapple Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Dirty Pineapple is a Shanghai-based clothing brand founded by Elsa Zai and Nellie Wang in 2016. For their Spring and Summer 2020 Collection, presented during New York Fashion Week at the beginning of September, they bring us relaxed streetwear pieces with a quirky and modern twist, all in the light of sustainability and fighting climate change. ‘Recycled Love: Leave What No Longer Serves You’ consisted of a mixture of monochromatic looks and full-on ensembles in wild prints of faces, flowerpots, tie-dye, butterflies, and snakeskin. Different shapes were mixed, ranging from mustard yellow and crispy white over-sized blazers and stylish black trousers to sweatshirts with unfinished hemlines, cropped hoodies and velvet and metallic sweatpants. Inspired by different cultures and times, you see vintage as well as futuristic elements. The hair and make-up looks supported the running theme of the collection: the freedom of ultimate self-expression. Pink pixie-cuts, seventies styled sunglasses, black lips, bright purple eyeshadow, and chain necklaces all added to the overall feel of the show. Dirty Pineapple’s typical lounge suits were often combined with casual white sneakers, thereby fusing classic styles with high street fashion. These show-stealing outfits convey the message of how the reinvention of one\'s self can go alongside wearability and sustainability. A strategic detail from the collection is the fact that everything is unisex so that everyone can wear everything. This approach is part of their \"quest for a gender-equal world in an unequal driven society.\" written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Dirty Pineapple Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #dirtypineapple #dirtypineapplearticle #dirtypineappless20 #elenavanmeirvenne #nyfw #nyfwarticle #repagency #repagencyarticle hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look23hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look3hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look11hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look16
    All About Recycled Love at Dirty Pineapple Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Dirty Pin
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    All About Recycled Love at Dirty Pineapple Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Dirty Pineapple is a Shanghai-based clothing brand founded by Elsa Zai and Nellie Wang in 2016. For their Spring and Summer 2020 Collection, presented during New York Fashion Week at the beginning of September, they bring us relaxed streetwear pieces with a quirky and modern twist, all in the light of sustainability and fighting climate change. ‘Recycled Love: Leave What No Longer Serves You’ consisted of a mixture of monochromatic looks and full-on ensembles in wild prints of faces, flowerpots, tie-dye, butterflies, and snakeskin. Different shapes were mixed, ranging from mustard yellow and crispy white over-sized blazers and stylish black trousers to sweatshirts with unfinished hemlines, cropped hoodies and velvet and metallic sweatpants. Inspired by different cultures and times, you see vintage as well as futuristic elements. The hair and make-up looks supported the running theme of the collection: the freedom of ultimate self-expression. Pink pixie-cuts, seventies styled sunglasses, black lips, bright purple eyeshadow, and chain necklaces all added to the overall feel of the show. Dirty Pineapple’s typical lounge suits were often combined with casual white sneakers, thereby fusing classic styles with high street fashion. These show-stealing outfits convey the message of how the reinvention of one\'s self can go alongside wearability and sustainability. A strategic detail from the collection is the fact that everything is unisex so that everyone can wear everything. This approach is part of their \"quest for a gender-equal world in an unequal driven society.\" written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Dirty Pineapple Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #dirtypineapple #dirtypineapplearticle #dirtypineappless20 #elenavanmeirvenne #nyfw #nyfwarticle #repagency #repagencyarticle hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look23hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look3hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look11hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look16
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    All About Recycled Love at Dirty Pineapple Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Dirty Pineapple is a Shanghai-based clothing brand founded by Elsa Zai and Nellie Wang in 2016. For their Spring and Summer 2020 Collection, presented during New York Fashion Week at the beginning of September, they bring us relaxed streetwear pieces with a quirky and modern twist, all in the light of sustainability and fighting climate change. ‘Recycled Love: Leave What No Longer Serves You’ consisted of a mixture of monochromatic looks and full-on ensembles in wild prints of faces, flowerpots, tie-dye, butterflies, and snakeskin. Different shapes were mixed, ranging from mustard yellow and crispy white over-sized blazers and stylish black trousers to sweatshirts with unfinished hemlines, cropped hoodies and velvet and metallic sweatpants. Inspired by different cultures and times, you see vintage as well as futuristic elements. The hair and make-up looks supported the running theme of the collection: the freedom of ultimate self-expression. Pink pixie-cuts, seventies styled sunglasses, black lips, bright purple eyeshadow, and chain necklaces all added to the overall feel of the show. Dirty Pineapple’s typical lounge suits were often combined with casual white sneakers, thereby fusing classic styles with high street fashion. These show-stealing outfits convey the message of how the reinvention of one\'s self can go alongside wearability and sustainability. A strategic detail from the collection is the fact that everything is unisex so that everyone can wear everything. This approach is part of their \"quest for a gender-equal world in an unequal driven society.\" written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Dirty Pineapple Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #dirtypineapple #dirtypineapplearticle #dirtypineappless20 #elenavanmeirvenne #nyfw #nyfwarticle #repagency #repagencyarticle hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look23hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look3hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look11hauturely_bfa_dirtypineapple_ss20_look16
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    Nomadic Vibes at Antonio Ortega Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week
    If minimalist styles underwhelm you, Canadian fashion designer Antonio Ortega’s Haute Couture Fall-Winter collection for 2019-2020 will indeed ratify your senses. Ortega’s creations, presented at Paris Fashion Week in July, were all about an explosion of nomadic and…[Read more]

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    Nomadic Vibes at Antonio Ortega Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week If minimalist styles underwhelm you, Canadian fashion designer Antonio Ortega’s Haute Couture Fall-Winter collection for 2019-2020 will indeed ratify your senses. Ortega’s creations, presented at Paris Fashion Week in July, were all about an explosion of nomadic and primitive impulses. The originality of this collection exemplified what Ortega calls his drive to look \"for that which does not yet exist.\" Three keywords to describe this couture collection called ‘NO-MAD,’ are volume, evanescence, and voluptuousness. Maximalist, oversized shapes were used to create the illusion of traveling thousands of years back in time, to an era where people where leading a wandering life and wore animal pelts to keep themselves warm. The result of Ortega’s inspiration from human history is a mixture of fiery orange and blue faux fur scarfs, hairy footwear, and extremely bulky, shiny jackets with iconic weaving in metallic fabrics. A soft touch of femininity was created by combining the animalistic pieces with dramatic black and wintery white see-through dresses in lace and special embroidery. Earthy colors like rust, brown, byzantium purple and faded black made clear that this is a fall and winter collection. The models’ hairstyles, done by Beppe Delia and the team of Beautick, were kept sleek and short, using bangs to create androgynous looks. The make-up was quite simple, as almost every model was rocking a classic dark smokey eye. Some of the models’ arms were half-painted in red as if they had just come from an intense battle or slaughtered an animal. Many of them were carrying extraordinary accessories, like fake orange fox and blue bear heads. Highly interesting was the headpiece of a goat skull, which was part of the opening outfit of the collection. The models’ shoes were unique, as well. You could tell the exquisite craftsmanship and attention to detail in the combination of different materials like faux fur with a metallic heel. written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Antonio Ortega Fall Winter 2019 Haute Couture collection. #article #antonioortega #antonioortegaarticle #antonioortegafw19 #elenavanmeirvenne #hcfwarticle #mephistophelesarticle Antonio-Ortega-HC-FW19-Paris-6496-1562085403Antonio-Ortega-HC-FW19-Paris-6555-1562085647Antonio-Ortega-HC-FW19-Paris-6626-1562085935Antonio-Ortega-HC-FW19-Paris-6671-1562086081
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    Nomadic Vibes at Antonio Ortega Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week If minimalist styles underwhelm you, Canadian fashion designer Antonio Ortega’s Haute Couture Fall-Winter collection for 2019-2020 will indeed ratify your senses. Ortega’s creations, presented at Paris Fashion Week in July, were all about an explosion of nomadic and primitive impulses. The originality of this collection exemplified what Ortega calls his drive to look \"for that which does not yet exist.\" Three keywords to describe this couture collection called ‘NO-MAD,’ are volume, evanescence, and voluptuousness. Maximalist, oversized shapes were used to create the illusion of traveling thousands of years back in time, to an era where people where leading a wandering life and wore animal pelts to keep themselves warm. The result of Ortega’s inspiration from human history is a mixture of fiery orange and blue faux fur scarfs, hairy footwear, and extremely bulky, shiny jackets with iconic weaving in metallic fabrics. A soft touch of femininity was created by combining the animalistic pieces with dramatic black and wintery white see-through dresses in lace and special embroidery. Earthy colors like rust, brown, byzantium purple and faded black made clear that this is a fall and winter collection. The models’ hairstyles, done by Beppe Delia and the team of Beautick, were kept sleek and short, using bangs to create androgynous looks. The make-up was quite simple, as almost every model was rocking a classic dark smokey eye. Some of the models’ arms were half-painted in red as if they had just come from an intense battle or slaughtered an animal. Many of them were carrying extraordinary accessories, like fake orange fox and blue bear heads. Highly interesting was the headpiece of a goat skull, which was part of the opening outfit of the collection. The models’ shoes were unique, as well. You could tell the exquisite craftsmanship and attention to detail in the combination of different materials like faux fur with a metallic heel. written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Antonio Ortega Fall Winter 2019 Haute Couture collection. #article #antonioortega #antonioortegaarticle #antonioortegafw19 #elenavanmeirvenne #hcfwarticle #mephistophelesarticle Antonio-Ortega-HC-FW19-Paris-6496-1562085403Antonio-Ortega-HC-FW19-Paris-6555-1562085647Antonio-Ortega-HC-FW19-Paris-6626-1562085935Antonio-Ortega-HC-FW19-Paris-6671-1562086081
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    Nomadic Vibes at Antonio Ortega Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week If minimalist styles underwhelm you, Canadian fashion designer Antonio Ortega’s Haute Couture Fall-Winter collection for 2019-2020 will indeed ratify your senses. Ortega’s creations, presented at Paris Fashion Week in July, were all about an explosion of nomadic and primitive impulses. The originality of this collection exemplified what Ortega calls his drive to look \"for that which does not yet exist.\" Three keywords to describe this couture collection called ‘NO-MAD,’ are volume, evanescence, and voluptuousness. Maximalist, oversized shapes were used to create the illusion of traveling thousands of years back in time, to an era where people where leading a wandering life and wore animal pelts to keep themselves warm. The result of Ortega’s inspiration from human history is a mixture of fiery orange and blue faux fur scarfs, hairy footwear, and extremely bulky, shiny jackets with iconic weaving in metallic fabrics. A soft touch of femininity was created by combining the animalistic pieces with dramatic black and wintery white see-through dresses in lace and special embroidery. Earthy colors like rust, brown, byzantium purple and faded black made clear that this is a fall and winter collection. The models’ hairstyles, done by Beppe Delia and the team of Beautick, were kept sleek and short, using bangs to create androgynous looks. The make-up was quite simple, as almost every model was rocking a classic dark smokey eye. Some of the models’ arms were half-painted in red as if they had just come from an intense battle or slaughtered an animal. Many of them were carrying extraordinary accessories, like fake orange fox and blue bear heads. Highly interesting was the headpiece of a goat skull, which was part of the opening outfit of the collection. The models’ shoes were unique, as well. You could tell the exquisite craftsmanship and attention to detail in the combination of different materials like faux fur with a metallic heel. written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Antonio Ortega Fall Winter 2019 Haute Couture collection. #article #antonioortega #antonioortegaarticle #antonioortegafw19 #elenavanmeirvenne #hcfwarticle #mephistophelesarticle Antonio-Ortega-HC-FW19-Paris-6496-1562085403Antonio-Ortega-HC-FW19-Paris-6555-1562085647Antonio-Ortega-HC-FW19-Paris-6626-1562085935Antonio-Ortega-HC-FW19-Paris-6671-1562086081
    Nomadic Vibes at Antonio Ortega Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week If minimalist sty
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    Nomadic Vibes at Antonio Ortega Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week If minimalist styles underwhelm you, Canadian fashion designer Antonio Ortega’s Haute Couture Fall-Winter collection for 2019-2020 will indeed ratify your senses. Ortega’s creations, presented at Paris Fashion Week in July, were all about an explosion of nomadic and primitive impulses. The originality of this collection exemplified what Ortega calls his drive to look \"for that which does not yet exist.\" Three keywords to describe this couture collection called ‘NO-MAD,’ are volume, evanescence, and voluptuousness. Maximalist, oversized shapes were used to create the illusion of traveling thousands of years back in time, to an era where people where leading a wandering life and wore animal pelts to keep themselves warm. The result of Ortega’s inspiration from human history is a mixture of fiery orange and blue faux fur scarfs, hairy footwear, and extremely bulky, shiny jackets with iconic weaving in metallic fabrics. A soft touch of femininity was created by combining the animalistic pieces with dramatic black and wintery white see-through dresses in lace and special embroidery. Earthy colors like rust, brown, byzantium purple and faded black made clear that this is a fall and winter collection. The models’ hairstyles, done by Beppe Delia and the team of Beautick, were kept sleek and short, using bangs to create androgynous looks. The make-up was quite simple, as almost every model was rocking a classic dark smokey eye. Some of the models’ arms were half-painted in red as if they had just come from an intense battle or slaughtered an animal. Many of them were carrying extraordinary accessories, like fake orange fox and blue bear heads. Highly interesting was the headpiece of a goat skull, which was part of the opening outfit of the collection. The models’ shoes were unique, as well. You could tell the exquisite craftsmanship and attention to detail in the combination of different materials like faux fur with a metallic heel. written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Antonio Ortega Fall Winter 2019 Haute Couture collection. #article #antonioortega #antonioortegaarticle #antonioortegafw19 #elenavanmeirvenne #hcfwarticle #mephistophelesarticle Antonio-Ortega-HC-FW19-Paris-6496-1562085403Antonio-Ortega-HC-FW19-Paris-6555-1562085647Antonio-Ortega-HC-FW19-Paris-6626-1562085935Antonio-Ortega-HC-FW19-Paris-6671-1562086081
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    All About Retro Feels at Bendita Seas Fall Winter 2019 during Bogotá Fashion Week
    Founded in 2005 by the publicist and designer Viviana Alba, the Colombian brand Bendita Seas designs highly original garments for creative, fun, and tasteful women. The brand is famous for its coats, dresses, skirts, boots, and its unique, feminine, and colorful…[Read more]

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    All About Retro Feels at Bendita Seas Fall Winter 2019 during Bogotá Fashion Week Founded in 2005 by the publicist and designer Viviana Alba, the Colombian brand Bendita Seas designs highly original garments for creative, fun, and tasteful women. The brand is famous for its coats, dresses, skirts, boots, and its unique, feminine, and colorful details. Their collection for the autumn-winter 2019 shown in April during Bogota Fashion Week, was a real feast for the fashion eye. The collection featured many unexpected contrasts of color and textures, with irregular cuts, square patterns, and floral embroidery elevating simple dresses, skirts, and jackets. All of the looks featured a mixture of retro and avant-garde with subtle kitsch touches while remaining very wearable. Rock N’ Rock Chic at Ducky Black Fall Winter 2019 during Bogotá Fashion Week Ducky Black is the punk rock chic brand of Colombian designer Luisa Alvarado. It caters to adult women who maintain a passion for the punk attitude, but who also like to incorporate a vision of a romantic lifestyle in their wardrobe. Handmade with innovative cuts, and using materials such as Spanish Nappa leather, Ducky Black offers sophisticated pieces with a rock-’n-roll vibe. Their collection for the autumn-winter of 2019, shown in April during Bogota Fashion Week, brought the brand’s serious punk vibes to the runway. The show opened with a kimono-style dress in a combined bluebird and green dragon pattern. Flowy flared trousers in bright colors like yellow and pink were combined with black and purple biker jackets, next to all-black outfits. The rock-’n roll factor was established by choice for black biking shoes, spiked chokers, and dramatic black eye-makeup, creating the illusion of the models wearing a mask. written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Bendita Seas Fall Winter 2019 collection. Click HERE to view the full Ducky Black Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #benditaseas #benditaseasarticle #benditaseasfw19 #elenavanmeirvenne #bogfw #bogfwarticle #ccb #ccbarticle 611090a870a9a3755a922a9fc5fb8f07267769706f2fb62455d34838fce21f13588f9c926777811ea448c6b14d21c599a9c66700e7ca3d26778544ab828ae9131ee13a84ced22de732e762677819
    All About Retro Feels at Bendita Seas Fall Winter 2019 during Bogotá Fashion Week Founded in 2005 b
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    All About Retro Feels at Bendita Seas Fall Winter 2019 during Bogotá Fashion Week Founded in 2005 by the publicist and designer Viviana Alba, the Colombian brand Bendita Seas designs highly original garments for creative, fun, and tasteful women. The brand is famous for its coats, dresses, skirts, boots, and its unique, feminine, and colorful details. Their collection for the autumn-winter 2019 shown in April during Bogota Fashion Week, was a real feast for the fashion eye. The collection featured many unexpected contrasts of color and textures, with irregular cuts, square patterns, and floral embroidery elevating simple dresses, skirts, and jackets. All of the looks featured a mixture of retro and avant-garde with subtle kitsch touches while remaining very wearable. Rock N’ Rock Chic at Ducky Black Fall Winter 2019 during Bogotá Fashion Week Ducky Black is the punk rock chic brand of Colombian designer Luisa Alvarado. It caters to adult women who maintain a passion for the punk attitude, but who also like to incorporate a vision of a romantic lifestyle in their wardrobe. Handmade with innovative cuts, and using materials such as Spanish Nappa leather, Ducky Black offers sophisticated pieces with a rock-’n-roll vibe. Their collection for the autumn-winter of 2019, shown in April during Bogota Fashion Week, brought the brand’s serious punk vibes to the runway. The show opened with a kimono-style dress in a combined bluebird and green dragon pattern. Flowy flared trousers in bright colors like yellow and pink were combined with black and purple biker jackets, next to all-black outfits. The rock-’n roll factor was established by choice for black biking shoes, spiked chokers, and dramatic black eye-makeup, creating the illusion of the models wearing a mask. written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Bendita Seas Fall Winter 2019 collection. Click HERE to view the full Ducky Black Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #benditaseas #benditaseasarticle #benditaseasfw19 #elenavanmeirvenne #bogfw #bogfwarticle #ccb #ccbarticle 611090a870a9a3755a922a9fc5fb8f07267769706f2fb62455d34838fce21f13588f9c926777811ea448c6b14d21c599a9c66700e7ca3d26778544ab828ae9131ee13a84ced22de732e762677819
    All About Retro Feels at Bendita Seas Fall Winter 2019 during Bogotá Fashion Week Founded in 2005 b
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    All About Retro Feels at Bendita Seas Fall Winter 2019 during Bogotá Fashion Week Founded in 2005 by the publicist and designer Viviana Alba, the Colombian brand Bendita Seas designs highly original garments for creative, fun, and tasteful women. The brand is famous for its coats, dresses, skirts, boots, and its unique, feminine, and colorful details. Their collection for the autumn-winter 2019 shown in April during Bogota Fashion Week, was a real feast for the fashion eye. The collection featured many unexpected contrasts of color and textures, with irregular cuts, square patterns, and floral embroidery elevating simple dresses, skirts, and jackets. All of the looks featured a mixture of retro and avant-garde with subtle kitsch touches while remaining very wearable. Rock N’ Rock Chic at Ducky Black Fall Winter 2019 during Bogotá Fashion Week Ducky Black is the punk rock chic brand of Colombian designer Luisa Alvarado. It caters to adult women who maintain a passion for the punk attitude, but who also like to incorporate a vision of a romantic lifestyle in their wardrobe. Handmade with innovative cuts, and using materials such as Spanish Nappa leather, Ducky Black offers sophisticated pieces with a rock-’n-roll vibe. Their collection for the autumn-winter of 2019, shown in April during Bogota Fashion Week, brought the brand’s serious punk vibes to the runway. The show opened with a kimono-style dress in a combined bluebird and green dragon pattern. Flowy flared trousers in bright colors like yellow and pink were combined with black and purple biker jackets, next to all-black outfits. The rock-’n roll factor was established by choice for black biking shoes, spiked chokers, and dramatic black eye-makeup, creating the illusion of the models wearing a mask. written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Bendita Seas Fall Winter 2019 collection. Click HERE to view the full Ducky Black Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #benditaseas #benditaseasarticle #benditaseasfw19 #elenavanmeirvenne #bogfw #bogfwarticle #ccb #ccbarticle 611090a870a9a3755a922a9fc5fb8f07267769706f2fb62455d34838fce21f13588f9c926777811ea448c6b14d21c599a9c66700e7ca3d26778544ab828ae9131ee13a84ced22de732e762677819
    All About Retro Feels at Bendita Seas Fall Winter 2019 during Bogotá Fashion Week Founded in 2005 b
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    All About Retro Feels at Bendita Seas Fall Winter 2019 during Bogotá Fashion Week Founded in 2005 by the publicist and designer Viviana Alba, the Colombian brand Bendita Seas designs highly original garments for creative, fun, and tasteful women. The brand is famous for its coats, dresses, skirts, boots, and its unique, feminine, and colorful details. Their collection for the autumn-winter 2019 shown in April during Bogota Fashion Week, was a real feast for the fashion eye. The collection featured many unexpected contrasts of color and textures, with irregular cuts, square patterns, and floral embroidery elevating simple dresses, skirts, and jackets. All of the looks featured a mixture of retro and avant-garde with subtle kitsch touches while remaining very wearable. Rock N’ Rock Chic at Ducky Black Fall Winter 2019 during Bogotá Fashion Week Ducky Black is the punk rock chic brand of Colombian designer Luisa Alvarado. It caters to adult women who maintain a passion for the punk attitude, but who also like to incorporate a vision of a romantic lifestyle in their wardrobe. Handmade with innovative cuts, and using materials such as Spanish Nappa leather, Ducky Black offers sophisticated pieces with a rock-’n-roll vibe. Their collection for the autumn-winter of 2019, shown in April during Bogota Fashion Week, brought the brand’s serious punk vibes to the runway. The show opened with a kimono-style dress in a combined bluebird and green dragon pattern. Flowy flared trousers in bright colors like yellow and pink were combined with black and purple biker jackets, next to all-black outfits. The rock-’n roll factor was established by choice for black biking shoes, spiked chokers, and dramatic black eye-makeup, creating the illusion of the models wearing a mask. written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Bendita Seas Fall Winter 2019 collection. Click HERE to view the full Ducky Black Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #benditaseas #benditaseasarticle #benditaseasfw19 #elenavanmeirvenne #bogfw #bogfwarticle #ccb #ccbarticle 611090a870a9a3755a922a9fc5fb8f07267769706f2fb62455d34838fce21f13588f9c926777811ea448c6b14d21c599a9c66700e7ca3d26778544ab828ae9131ee13a84ced22de732e762677819
    All About Retro Feels at Bendita Seas Fall Winter 2019 during Bogotá Fashion Week Founded in 2005 b
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    Bursting with Life: Vibrant Vitality at Global Fashion Collective I Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week
    Twin designers Xun (Chen Dan) and Ruo (Chen Ying) wowed the crowd at New York Fashion Week with a series of bright designs flowing and swaying with a life of their own. The garments feature various flora and fauna, decorated with…[Read more]

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    Bursting with Life: Vibrant Vitality at Global Fashion Collective I Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Twin designers Xun (Chen Dan) and Ruo (Chen Ying) wowed the crowd at New York Fashion Week with a series of bright designs flowing and swaying with a life of their own. The garments feature various flora and fauna, decorated with camels, tigers, and other wildlife. The broad, black strokes of illustration honor Chinese calligraphy and artistry while being modernized by splashes of watercolor-like colors. The designers contrast structure with flow, featuring pieces with double-breasted blazers alongside tops with billowed sleeves and ruffles. The most used textiles were satin silk and chiffon: perfect choices for capturing the movement and freedom of the animals and plant-life depicted on the garments. While form plays an essential role in the collection, the runway show was drawn towards the vibrancy and the range of colors featured in the garments. Colors ranged from bright baby blues to cool-toned whites to rich oranges, pinks, and purples. The colors were often sweeping across the garments, gathering at the bottom in a mix of bold shades and exciting designs. The color selection in tandem with the candid illustrations of animals and wildlife accomplish a sweeping feat of making runway garments come to life in an exciting and fresh twist on the use of printed textiles in high fashion. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Global Fashion Collective Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #globalfashioncollective #globalfashioncollectivearticle #globalfashioncollectivess20 #emmakolakowski #nyfw #nyfwarticle #ebconsultsworldwide #ebconsultsworldwidearticle hauturely_dsc_5162hauturely_dsc_5190hauturely_dsc_5262hauturely_dsc_5285
    Bursting with Life: Vibrant Vitality at Global Fashion Collective I Spring Summer 2020 during New Yo
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    Bursting with Life: Vibrant Vitality at Global Fashion Collective I Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Twin designers Xun (Chen Dan) and Ruo (Chen Ying) wowed the crowd at New York Fashion Week with a series of bright designs flowing and swaying with a life of their own. The garments feature various flora and fauna, decorated with camels, tigers, and other wildlife. The broad, black strokes of illustration honor Chinese calligraphy and artistry while being modernized by splashes of watercolor-like colors. The designers contrast structure with flow, featuring pieces with double-breasted blazers alongside tops with billowed sleeves and ruffles. The most used textiles were satin silk and chiffon: perfect choices for capturing the movement and freedom of the animals and plant-life depicted on the garments. While form plays an essential role in the collection, the runway show was drawn towards the vibrancy and the range of colors featured in the garments. Colors ranged from bright baby blues to cool-toned whites to rich oranges, pinks, and purples. The colors were often sweeping across the garments, gathering at the bottom in a mix of bold shades and exciting designs. The color selection in tandem with the candid illustrations of animals and wildlife accomplish a sweeping feat of making runway garments come to life in an exciting and fresh twist on the use of printed textiles in high fashion. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Global Fashion Collective Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #globalfashioncollective #globalfashioncollectivearticle #globalfashioncollectivess20 #emmakolakowski #nyfw #nyfwarticle #ebconsultsworldwide #ebconsultsworldwidearticle hauturely_dsc_5162hauturely_dsc_5190hauturely_dsc_5262hauturely_dsc_5285
    Bursting with Life: Vibrant Vitality at Global Fashion Collective I Spring Summer 2020 during New Yo
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    Bursting with Life: Vibrant Vitality at Global Fashion Collective I Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Twin designers Xun (Chen Dan) and Ruo (Chen Ying) wowed the crowd at New York Fashion Week with a series of bright designs flowing and swaying with a life of their own. The garments feature various flora and fauna, decorated with camels, tigers, and other wildlife. The broad, black strokes of illustration honor Chinese calligraphy and artistry while being modernized by splashes of watercolor-like colors. The designers contrast structure with flow, featuring pieces with double-breasted blazers alongside tops with billowed sleeves and ruffles. The most used textiles were satin silk and chiffon: perfect choices for capturing the movement and freedom of the animals and plant-life depicted on the garments. While form plays an essential role in the collection, the runway show was drawn towards the vibrancy and the range of colors featured in the garments. Colors ranged from bright baby blues to cool-toned whites to rich oranges, pinks, and purples. The colors were often sweeping across the garments, gathering at the bottom in a mix of bold shades and exciting designs. The color selection in tandem with the candid illustrations of animals and wildlife accomplish a sweeping feat of making runway garments come to life in an exciting and fresh twist on the use of printed textiles in high fashion. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Global Fashion Collective Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #globalfashioncollective #globalfashioncollectivearticle #globalfashioncollectivess20 #emmakolakowski #nyfw #nyfwarticle #ebconsultsworldwide #ebconsultsworldwidearticle hauturely_dsc_5162hauturely_dsc_5190hauturely_dsc_5262hauturely_dsc_5285
    Bursting with Life: Vibrant Vitality at Global Fashion Collective I Spring Summer 2020 during New Yo
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    Bursting with Life: Vibrant Vitality at Global Fashion Collective I Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Twin designers Xun (Chen Dan) and Ruo (Chen Ying) wowed the crowd at New York Fashion Week with a series of bright designs flowing and swaying with a life of their own. The garments feature various flora and fauna, decorated with camels, tigers, and other wildlife. The broad, black strokes of illustration honor Chinese calligraphy and artistry while being modernized by splashes of watercolor-like colors. The designers contrast structure with flow, featuring pieces with double-breasted blazers alongside tops with billowed sleeves and ruffles. The most used textiles were satin silk and chiffon: perfect choices for capturing the movement and freedom of the animals and plant-life depicted on the garments. While form plays an essential role in the collection, the runway show was drawn towards the vibrancy and the range of colors featured in the garments. Colors ranged from bright baby blues to cool-toned whites to rich oranges, pinks, and purples. The colors were often sweeping across the garments, gathering at the bottom in a mix of bold shades and exciting designs. The color selection in tandem with the candid illustrations of animals and wildlife accomplish a sweeping feat of making runway garments come to life in an exciting and fresh twist on the use of printed textiles in high fashion. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Global Fashion Collective Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #globalfashioncollective #globalfashioncollectivearticle #globalfashioncollectivess20 #emmakolakowski #nyfw #nyfwarticle #ebconsultsworldwide #ebconsultsworldwidearticle hauturely_dsc_5162hauturely_dsc_5190hauturely_dsc_5262hauturely_dsc_5285
    Bursting with Life: Vibrant Vitality at Global Fashion Collective I Spring Summer 2020 during New Yo
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    Eccentric Womenswear at Antonio Grimaldi Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week
    Antonio Grimaldi’s collection at Paris Fashion Week 2019 challenges the current trends of structured shoulders and harsh lines. In his Fall/Winter 2019 collection, he debuted pieces featuring rounded edges at the necklines, shoulders, waists, and seams. F…[Read more]

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    Eccentric Womenswear at Antonio Grimaldi Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Antonio Grimaldi’s collection at Paris Fashion Week 2019 challenges the current trends of structured shoulders and harsh lines. In his Fall/Winter 2019 collection, he debuted pieces featuring rounded edges at the necklines, shoulders, waists, and seams. Formal elegance is given a fresh take, with rounded cut out details and asymmetrical lengths. One particularly innovative piece featured two oval-shaped pieces of fabric wrapped around the body and secured together at the chest. The result? A formal dress created out of an entirely new form. The collection continues to deliver the feeling of commanding elegance, with all gowns featuring curved lines and slinky fabrics to highlight the natural movement of the human form. The color ranges from warm taupes to blacks, into purples and reds, with flashes of dusty roses. However, the highlight of the garments are the glittering adornments fixed to the pieces themselves: with small shiny beading, miniature crystals, glittery tassels, and even a panel of shimmering chainmail, the collection elevates formal nighttime wear into an animated spectacle. The collection evokes feelings of 60’s modern style fashion, wherein the goal was to dream an impossibly improbable garment and make it a reality. Perhaps the best example in Grimaldi’s collection is the champagne-colored strapless gown, featuring a large slit beginning at the right hip and sloping downwards towards the ankle. All along the hemline of the skirt, however, are a voluminous arrangement of champagne-colored feathers to match, elevating the look to something whimsical and extravagant. With his use of unorthodox usage of crystals and feathers, Grimaldi ensures you will never look at the standard formal womenswear collection the same ever again. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Antonio Grimaldi Fall Winter 2019 Haute Couture collection. #article #antoniogrimaldi #antoniogrimaldiarticle #antoniogrimaldifw19 #emmakolakowski #hcfw #hcfwarticle 00005-Antonio-Grimaldi-Couture-Fall-1900013-Antonio-Grimaldi-Couture-Fall-1900024-Antonio-Grimaldi-Couture-Fall-1900027-Antonio-Grimaldi-Couture-Fall-19
    Eccentric Womenswear at Antonio Grimaldi Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Antonio
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    Eccentric Womenswear at Antonio Grimaldi Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Antonio Grimaldi’s collection at Paris Fashion Week 2019 challenges the current trends of structured shoulders and harsh lines. In his Fall/Winter 2019 collection, he debuted pieces featuring rounded edges at the necklines, shoulders, waists, and seams. Formal elegance is given a fresh take, with rounded cut out details and asymmetrical lengths. One particularly innovative piece featured two oval-shaped pieces of fabric wrapped around the body and secured together at the chest. The result? A formal dress created out of an entirely new form. The collection continues to deliver the feeling of commanding elegance, with all gowns featuring curved lines and slinky fabrics to highlight the natural movement of the human form. The color ranges from warm taupes to blacks, into purples and reds, with flashes of dusty roses. However, the highlight of the garments are the glittering adornments fixed to the pieces themselves: with small shiny beading, miniature crystals, glittery tassels, and even a panel of shimmering chainmail, the collection elevates formal nighttime wear into an animated spectacle. The collection evokes feelings of 60’s modern style fashion, wherein the goal was to dream an impossibly improbable garment and make it a reality. Perhaps the best example in Grimaldi’s collection is the champagne-colored strapless gown, featuring a large slit beginning at the right hip and sloping downwards towards the ankle. All along the hemline of the skirt, however, are a voluminous arrangement of champagne-colored feathers to match, elevating the look to something whimsical and extravagant. With his use of unorthodox usage of crystals and feathers, Grimaldi ensures you will never look at the standard formal womenswear collection the same ever again. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Antonio Grimaldi Fall Winter 2019 Haute Couture collection. #article #antoniogrimaldi #antoniogrimaldiarticle #antoniogrimaldifw19 #emmakolakowski #hcfw #hcfwarticle 00005-Antonio-Grimaldi-Couture-Fall-1900013-Antonio-Grimaldi-Couture-Fall-1900024-Antonio-Grimaldi-Couture-Fall-1900027-Antonio-Grimaldi-Couture-Fall-19
    Eccentric Womenswear at Antonio Grimaldi Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Antonio
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    Eccentric Womenswear at Antonio Grimaldi Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Antonio Grimaldi’s collection at Paris Fashion Week 2019 challenges the current trends of structured shoulders and harsh lines. In his Fall/Winter 2019 collection, he debuted pieces featuring rounded edges at the necklines, shoulders, waists, and seams. Formal elegance is given a fresh take, with rounded cut out details and asymmetrical lengths. One particularly innovative piece featured two oval-shaped pieces of fabric wrapped around the body and secured together at the chest. The result? A formal dress created out of an entirely new form. The collection continues to deliver the feeling of commanding elegance, with all gowns featuring curved lines and slinky fabrics to highlight the natural movement of the human form. The color ranges from warm taupes to blacks, into purples and reds, with flashes of dusty roses. However, the highlight of the garments are the glittering adornments fixed to the pieces themselves: with small shiny beading, miniature crystals, glittery tassels, and even a panel of shimmering chainmail, the collection elevates formal nighttime wear into an animated spectacle. The collection evokes feelings of 60’s modern style fashion, wherein the goal was to dream an impossibly improbable garment and make it a reality. Perhaps the best example in Grimaldi’s collection is the champagne-colored strapless gown, featuring a large slit beginning at the right hip and sloping downwards towards the ankle. All along the hemline of the skirt, however, are a voluminous arrangement of champagne-colored feathers to match, elevating the look to something whimsical and extravagant. With his use of unorthodox usage of crystals and feathers, Grimaldi ensures you will never look at the standard formal womenswear collection the same ever again. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Antonio Grimaldi Fall Winter 2019 Haute Couture collection. #article #antoniogrimaldi #antoniogrimaldiarticle #antoniogrimaldifw19 #emmakolakowski #hcfw #hcfwarticle 00005-Antonio-Grimaldi-Couture-Fall-1900013-Antonio-Grimaldi-Couture-Fall-1900024-Antonio-Grimaldi-Couture-Fall-1900027-Antonio-Grimaldi-Couture-Fall-19
    Eccentric Womenswear at Antonio Grimaldi Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Antonio
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    Eccentric Womenswear at Antonio Grimaldi Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Antonio Grimaldi’s collection at Paris Fashion Week 2019 challenges the current trends of structured shoulders and harsh lines. In his Fall/Winter 2019 collection, he debuted pieces featuring rounded edges at the necklines, shoulders, waists, and seams. Formal elegance is given a fresh take, with rounded cut out details and asymmetrical lengths. One particularly innovative piece featured two oval-shaped pieces of fabric wrapped around the body and secured together at the chest. The result? A formal dress created out of an entirely new form. The collection continues to deliver the feeling of commanding elegance, with all gowns featuring curved lines and slinky fabrics to highlight the natural movement of the human form. The color ranges from warm taupes to blacks, into purples and reds, with flashes of dusty roses. However, the highlight of the garments are the glittering adornments fixed to the pieces themselves: with small shiny beading, miniature crystals, glittery tassels, and even a panel of shimmering chainmail, the collection elevates formal nighttime wear into an animated spectacle. The collection evokes feelings of 60’s modern style fashion, wherein the goal was to dream an impossibly improbable garment and make it a reality. Perhaps the best example in Grimaldi’s collection is the champagne-colored strapless gown, featuring a large slit beginning at the right hip and sloping downwards towards the ankle. All along the hemline of the skirt, however, are a voluminous arrangement of champagne-colored feathers to match, elevating the look to something whimsical and extravagant. With his use of unorthodox usage of crystals and feathers, Grimaldi ensures you will never look at the standard formal womenswear collection the same ever again. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Antonio Grimaldi Fall Winter 2019 Haute Couture collection. #article #antoniogrimaldi #antoniogrimaldiarticle #antoniogrimaldifw19 #emmakolakowski #hcfw #hcfwarticle 00005-Antonio-Grimaldi-Couture-Fall-1900013-Antonio-Grimaldi-Couture-Fall-1900024-Antonio-Grimaldi-Couture-Fall-1900027-Antonio-Grimaldi-Couture-Fall-19
    Eccentric Womenswear at Antonio Grimaldi Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Antonio
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    A Clairvoyant Gaze Into The Future at Atsushi Nakashima Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week
    Former head designer for Jean-Paul Gaultier’s, Atsushi Nakashima, launched his Tokyo-based brand in 2011, and for the last eight seasons, he presented his collections at Milan Fashion Week.

    With this collection titled “Clairvoyance,” he took…[Read more]

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    A Clairvoyant Gaze Into The Future at Atsushi Nakashima Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Former head designer for Jean-Paul Gaultier’s, Atsushi Nakashima, launched his Tokyo-based brand in 2011, and for the last eight seasons, he presented his collections at Milan Fashion Week. With this collection titled “Clairvoyance,” he took his futuristic mood to a new level, playing around the idea of a gaze capable of going beyond the façade of reality plus to show things from different perspectives. A deconstructed reality emerged through the asymmetric dresses, trenches, and sporty cool male jackets with side zippers assembling very different fabrics, patterns, and colors. Sheer organza cuts were patched with cuts with recognizable bandana patterns, monochromatic cuts in vibrant colors, cuts with Atsushi Nakashima´s distinctive triangle patterns. Besides, chequered prints in dark colors recurred and overlapped each other on more formal tailored pantsuits for both men and women. Deepening the clairvoyant mood, a series of outfits revealed mysterious inner layers by showing cotton cuts with printed naked realistic bodies in the style of the Italian painter Raffaello – or sometimes real bodies – through layers of sheer organza. Furthermore, the collection included silver shiny shirts and dresses plus anime tees and dresses that looked like a kimono on the one side and as a western outfit on the other one. Coherently with the mixed styles mood, some of the models wore shoes, which were a mix of laced sneakers and sabot with an open toe. The color palette was relatively dark, combining unusual colors like blue, orange, beige, green, and purple. A lighter tone came from iridescent or light blue shiny fabrics. Atsushi Nakashima produced very contemporary and futuristic outfits, offering an interesting conceptual vision using traditional Japanese fashion elements like geometric patterns, kimono references, patchwork techniques, and Japanese pop-culture like amine references and bandana patterns. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Atsushi Nakashima Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #atsushinakashima #atsushinakashimaarticle #atsushinakashimass20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #maximilianlinz #maximilianlinzarticle hauturely_20-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_020hauturely_24-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_024hauturely_33-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_033hauturely_03-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_003
    A Clairvoyant Gaze Into The Future at Atsushi Nakashima Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Wee
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    A Clairvoyant Gaze Into The Future at Atsushi Nakashima Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Former head designer for Jean-Paul Gaultier’s, Atsushi Nakashima, launched his Tokyo-based brand in 2011, and for the last eight seasons, he presented his collections at Milan Fashion Week. With this collection titled “Clairvoyance,” he took his futuristic mood to a new level, playing around the idea of a gaze capable of going beyond the façade of reality plus to show things from different perspectives. A deconstructed reality emerged through the asymmetric dresses, trenches, and sporty cool male jackets with side zippers assembling very different fabrics, patterns, and colors. Sheer organza cuts were patched with cuts with recognizable bandana patterns, monochromatic cuts in vibrant colors, cuts with Atsushi Nakashima´s distinctive triangle patterns. Besides, chequered prints in dark colors recurred and overlapped each other on more formal tailored pantsuits for both men and women. Deepening the clairvoyant mood, a series of outfits revealed mysterious inner layers by showing cotton cuts with printed naked realistic bodies in the style of the Italian painter Raffaello – or sometimes real bodies – through layers of sheer organza. Furthermore, the collection included silver shiny shirts and dresses plus anime tees and dresses that looked like a kimono on the one side and as a western outfit on the other one. Coherently with the mixed styles mood, some of the models wore shoes, which were a mix of laced sneakers and sabot with an open toe. The color palette was relatively dark, combining unusual colors like blue, orange, beige, green, and purple. A lighter tone came from iridescent or light blue shiny fabrics. Atsushi Nakashima produced very contemporary and futuristic outfits, offering an interesting conceptual vision using traditional Japanese fashion elements like geometric patterns, kimono references, patchwork techniques, and Japanese pop-culture like amine references and bandana patterns. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Atsushi Nakashima Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #atsushinakashima #atsushinakashimaarticle #atsushinakashimass20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #maximilianlinz #maximilianlinzarticle hauturely_20-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_020hauturely_24-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_024hauturely_33-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_033hauturely_03-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_003
    A Clairvoyant Gaze Into The Future at Atsushi Nakashima Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Wee
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    A Clairvoyant Gaze Into The Future at Atsushi Nakashima Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Former head designer for Jean-Paul Gaultier’s, Atsushi Nakashima, launched his Tokyo-based brand in 2011, and for the last eight seasons, he presented his collections at Milan Fashion Week. With this collection titled “Clairvoyance,” he took his futuristic mood to a new level, playing around the idea of a gaze capable of going beyond the façade of reality plus to show things from different perspectives. A deconstructed reality emerged through the asymmetric dresses, trenches, and sporty cool male jackets with side zippers assembling very different fabrics, patterns, and colors. Sheer organza cuts were patched with cuts with recognizable bandana patterns, monochromatic cuts in vibrant colors, cuts with Atsushi Nakashima´s distinctive triangle patterns. Besides, chequered prints in dark colors recurred and overlapped each other on more formal tailored pantsuits for both men and women. Deepening the clairvoyant mood, a series of outfits revealed mysterious inner layers by showing cotton cuts with printed naked realistic bodies in the style of the Italian painter Raffaello – or sometimes real bodies – through layers of sheer organza. Furthermore, the collection included silver shiny shirts and dresses plus anime tees and dresses that looked like a kimono on the one side and as a western outfit on the other one. Coherently with the mixed styles mood, some of the models wore shoes, which were a mix of laced sneakers and sabot with an open toe. The color palette was relatively dark, combining unusual colors like blue, orange, beige, green, and purple. A lighter tone came from iridescent or light blue shiny fabrics. Atsushi Nakashima produced very contemporary and futuristic outfits, offering an interesting conceptual vision using traditional Japanese fashion elements like geometric patterns, kimono references, patchwork techniques, and Japanese pop-culture like amine references and bandana patterns. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Atsushi Nakashima Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #atsushinakashima #atsushinakashimaarticle #atsushinakashimass20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #maximilianlinz #maximilianlinzarticle hauturely_20-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_020hauturely_24-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_024hauturely_33-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_033hauturely_03-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_003
    A Clairvoyant Gaze Into The Future at Atsushi Nakashima Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Wee
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    A Clairvoyant Gaze Into The Future at Atsushi Nakashima Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Former head designer for Jean-Paul Gaultier’s, Atsushi Nakashima, launched his Tokyo-based brand in 2011, and for the last eight seasons, he presented his collections at Milan Fashion Week. With this collection titled “Clairvoyance,” he took his futuristic mood to a new level, playing around the idea of a gaze capable of going beyond the façade of reality plus to show things from different perspectives. A deconstructed reality emerged through the asymmetric dresses, trenches, and sporty cool male jackets with side zippers assembling very different fabrics, patterns, and colors. Sheer organza cuts were patched with cuts with recognizable bandana patterns, monochromatic cuts in vibrant colors, cuts with Atsushi Nakashima´s distinctive triangle patterns. Besides, chequered prints in dark colors recurred and overlapped each other on more formal tailored pantsuits for both men and women. Deepening the clairvoyant mood, a series of outfits revealed mysterious inner layers by showing cotton cuts with printed naked realistic bodies in the style of the Italian painter Raffaello – or sometimes real bodies – through layers of sheer organza. Furthermore, the collection included silver shiny shirts and dresses plus anime tees and dresses that looked like a kimono on the one side and as a western outfit on the other one. Coherently with the mixed styles mood, some of the models wore shoes, which were a mix of laced sneakers and sabot with an open toe. The color palette was relatively dark, combining unusual colors like blue, orange, beige, green, and purple. A lighter tone came from iridescent or light blue shiny fabrics. Atsushi Nakashima produced very contemporary and futuristic outfits, offering an interesting conceptual vision using traditional Japanese fashion elements like geometric patterns, kimono references, patchwork techniques, and Japanese pop-culture like amine references and bandana patterns. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Atsushi Nakashima Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #atsushinakashima #atsushinakashimaarticle #atsushinakashimass20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #maximilianlinz #maximilianlinzarticle hauturely_20-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_020hauturely_24-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_024hauturely_33-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_033hauturely_03-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_003
    A Clairvoyant Gaze Into The Future at Atsushi Nakashima Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Wee
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    The Modern Couture Revolution at YolanCrisFall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week
    Founded by sisters Yolanda (designer) and Cristina (executive director) in 2005, the Barcelona based brand YolanCris was born with the main goal to modernize Haute Couture and the bridal fashion industry. It all started with a little bridal shop in a small…[Read more]

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    The Modern Couture Revolution at YolanCrisFall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Founded by sisters Yolanda (designer) and Cristina (executive director) in 2005, the Barcelona based brand YolanCris was born with the main goal to modernize Haute Couture and the bridal fashion industry. It all started with a little bridal shop in a small town, and now they have become one of the most known bridal and Couture designers nationally and internationally. YolanCris designs are a mix of traditional manufacturing and innovative design to fit the modern woman’s needs and styles and to create a brand in constant evolution. YolanCris started showing their collections in Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week in 2008 and Paris Couture Week in 2013, from there, they have continued to grow. Apart from succeeding at the runway, they also got to dress some of the biggest celebrities in the world. It all started with the Kardashian Klan when Kim Kardashian chose one YolanCris design to be worn by her bridesmaids (her sisters) for her wedding with Kanye West. Now, singers and performers seem to be their biggest fans: Beyoncé wore YolanCris to the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, Lady Gaga chose a red roses dress for her performance at the 2017 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show and Rosalia also wore one of their gowns to the 2018 Latin Grammys. In 2018, YolanCris presented the most fantastic fashion show ever during Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week 2018. The show was held in the middle of the street, open to everybody, and included aerial performances, rock music, dancers, the longest runway, imitating a measuring tape. For this, they won the Elle International Bridal Award for the best bridal show in 2018. The show for the Couture FW19 collection was a very elegant, traditional show at Paris Couture Week. Titled \"All The Springs of A Winter,\" the designers got their inspiration from Edgar Allan Poe’s stories and Harry Clarke and Aubrey Beardsley illustrations. The dresses transmitted the idea of a hidden spring inside a winter, with gothic touches and some darkly romantic lines mixed with floral prints that gave joy to the collection. Black and white were the dominating colors during the show, which included some red designs, plus one purple and one green dress. The show started with white designs and ended with black dresses. All of the looks were dresses except for four looks with pants. There were some prints used, which were mostly all floral pattern. Some dresses featured perfect embroidered flowers, which showed the most authentic craftsmanship and hard work behind the dresses. Some of the designs were very daring, with asymmetric and short silhouettes and transparencies with sheer and lace: some dresses were made with see-through fabrics from head to toe. Other designs were more traditional, with high necklines and long skirts. The most innovative elements were the capes, some long gloves, a feathered red dress and cape, big earrings, and the silken scarfs models were wearing tight around their heads, hiding all their hair. These elements presented a modern woman who wants to stand out with her fashion-forward style. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full YolanCris Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #yolancris #yolancrisarticle #yolancrisfw19 #ainamatamoros #hcfw #hcfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-63hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-65hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-87hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-91
    The Modern Couture Revolution at YolanCrisFall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Founded
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    The Modern Couture Revolution at YolanCrisFall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Founded by sisters Yolanda (designer) and Cristina (executive director) in 2005, the Barcelona based brand YolanCris was born with the main goal to modernize Haute Couture and the bridal fashion industry. It all started with a little bridal shop in a small town, and now they have become one of the most known bridal and Couture designers nationally and internationally. YolanCris designs are a mix of traditional manufacturing and innovative design to fit the modern woman’s needs and styles and to create a brand in constant evolution. YolanCris started showing their collections in Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week in 2008 and Paris Couture Week in 2013, from there, they have continued to grow. Apart from succeeding at the runway, they also got to dress some of the biggest celebrities in the world. It all started with the Kardashian Klan when Kim Kardashian chose one YolanCris design to be worn by her bridesmaids (her sisters) for her wedding with Kanye West. Now, singers and performers seem to be their biggest fans: Beyoncé wore YolanCris to the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, Lady Gaga chose a red roses dress for her performance at the 2017 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show and Rosalia also wore one of their gowns to the 2018 Latin Grammys. In 2018, YolanCris presented the most fantastic fashion show ever during Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week 2018. The show was held in the middle of the street, open to everybody, and included aerial performances, rock music, dancers, the longest runway, imitating a measuring tape. For this, they won the Elle International Bridal Award for the best bridal show in 2018. The show for the Couture FW19 collection was a very elegant, traditional show at Paris Couture Week. Titled \"All The Springs of A Winter,\" the designers got their inspiration from Edgar Allan Poe’s stories and Harry Clarke and Aubrey Beardsley illustrations. The dresses transmitted the idea of a hidden spring inside a winter, with gothic touches and some darkly romantic lines mixed with floral prints that gave joy to the collection. Black and white were the dominating colors during the show, which included some red designs, plus one purple and one green dress. The show started with white designs and ended with black dresses. All of the looks were dresses except for four looks with pants. There were some prints used, which were mostly all floral pattern. Some dresses featured perfect embroidered flowers, which showed the most authentic craftsmanship and hard work behind the dresses. Some of the designs were very daring, with asymmetric and short silhouettes and transparencies with sheer and lace: some dresses were made with see-through fabrics from head to toe. Other designs were more traditional, with high necklines and long skirts. The most innovative elements were the capes, some long gloves, a feathered red dress and cape, big earrings, and the silken scarfs models were wearing tight around their heads, hiding all their hair. These elements presented a modern woman who wants to stand out with her fashion-forward style. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full YolanCris Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #yolancris #yolancrisarticle #yolancrisfw19 #ainamatamoros #hcfw #hcfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-63hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-65hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-87hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-91
    The Modern Couture Revolution at YolanCrisFall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Founded
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    The Modern Couture Revolution at YolanCrisFall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Founded by sisters Yolanda (designer) and Cristina (executive director) in 2005, the Barcelona based brand YolanCris was born with the main goal to modernize Haute Couture and the bridal fashion industry. It all started with a little bridal shop in a small town, and now they have become one of the most known bridal and Couture designers nationally and internationally. YolanCris designs are a mix of traditional manufacturing and innovative design to fit the modern woman’s needs and styles and to create a brand in constant evolution. YolanCris started showing their collections in Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week in 2008 and Paris Couture Week in 2013, from there, they have continued to grow. Apart from succeeding at the runway, they also got to dress some of the biggest celebrities in the world. It all started with the Kardashian Klan when Kim Kardashian chose one YolanCris design to be worn by her bridesmaids (her sisters) for her wedding with Kanye West. Now, singers and performers seem to be their biggest fans: Beyoncé wore YolanCris to the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, Lady Gaga chose a red roses dress for her performance at the 2017 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show and Rosalia also wore one of their gowns to the 2018 Latin Grammys. In 2018, YolanCris presented the most fantastic fashion show ever during Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week 2018. The show was held in the middle of the street, open to everybody, and included aerial performances, rock music, dancers, the longest runway, imitating a measuring tape. For this, they won the Elle International Bridal Award for the best bridal show in 2018. The show for the Couture FW19 collection was a very elegant, traditional show at Paris Couture Week. Titled \"All The Springs of A Winter,\" the designers got their inspiration from Edgar Allan Poe’s stories and Harry Clarke and Aubrey Beardsley illustrations. The dresses transmitted the idea of a hidden spring inside a winter, with gothic touches and some darkly romantic lines mixed with floral prints that gave joy to the collection. Black and white were the dominating colors during the show, which included some red designs, plus one purple and one green dress. The show started with white designs and ended with black dresses. All of the looks were dresses except for four looks with pants. There were some prints used, which were mostly all floral pattern. Some dresses featured perfect embroidered flowers, which showed the most authentic craftsmanship and hard work behind the dresses. Some of the designs were very daring, with asymmetric and short silhouettes and transparencies with sheer and lace: some dresses were made with see-through fabrics from head to toe. Other designs were more traditional, with high necklines and long skirts. The most innovative elements were the capes, some long gloves, a feathered red dress and cape, big earrings, and the silken scarfs models were wearing tight around their heads, hiding all their hair. These elements presented a modern woman who wants to stand out with her fashion-forward style. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full YolanCris Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #yolancris #yolancrisarticle #yolancrisfw19 #ainamatamoros #hcfw #hcfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-63hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-65hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-87hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-91
    The Modern Couture Revolution at YolanCrisFall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Founded
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    The Modern Couture Revolution at YolanCrisFall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Founded by sisters Yolanda (designer) and Cristina (executive director) in 2005, the Barcelona based brand YolanCris was born with the main goal to modernize Haute Couture and the bridal fashion industry. It all started with a little bridal shop in a small town, and now they have become one of the most known bridal and Couture designers nationally and internationally. YolanCris designs are a mix of traditional manufacturing and innovative design to fit the modern woman’s needs and styles and to create a brand in constant evolution. YolanCris started showing their collections in Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week in 2008 and Paris Couture Week in 2013, from there, they have continued to grow. Apart from succeeding at the runway, they also got to dress some of the biggest celebrities in the world. It all started with the Kardashian Klan when Kim Kardashian chose one YolanCris design to be worn by her bridesmaids (her sisters) for her wedding with Kanye West. Now, singers and performers seem to be their biggest fans: Beyoncé wore YolanCris to the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, Lady Gaga chose a red roses dress for her performance at the 2017 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show and Rosalia also wore one of their gowns to the 2018 Latin Grammys. In 2018, YolanCris presented the most fantastic fashion show ever during Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week 2018. The show was held in the middle of the street, open to everybody, and included aerial performances, rock music, dancers, the longest runway, imitating a measuring tape. For this, they won the Elle International Bridal Award for the best bridal show in 2018. The show for the Couture FW19 collection was a very elegant, traditional show at Paris Couture Week. Titled \"All The Springs of A Winter,\" the designers got their inspiration from Edgar Allan Poe’s stories and Harry Clarke and Aubrey Beardsley illustrations. The dresses transmitted the idea of a hidden spring inside a winter, with gothic touches and some darkly romantic lines mixed with floral prints that gave joy to the collection. Black and white were the dominating colors during the show, which included some red designs, plus one purple and one green dress. The show started with white designs and ended with black dresses. All of the looks were dresses except for four looks with pants. There were some prints used, which were mostly all floral pattern. Some dresses featured perfect embroidered flowers, which showed the most authentic craftsmanship and hard work behind the dresses. Some of the designs were very daring, with asymmetric and short silhouettes and transparencies with sheer and lace: some dresses were made with see-through fabrics from head to toe. Other designs were more traditional, with high necklines and long skirts. The most innovative elements were the capes, some long gloves, a feathered red dress and cape, big earrings, and the silken scarfs models were wearing tight around their heads, hiding all their hair. These elements presented a modern woman who wants to stand out with her fashion-forward style. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full YolanCris Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #yolancris #yolancrisarticle #yolancrisfw19 #ainamatamoros #hcfw #hcfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-63hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-65hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-87hauturely_yolancris-03-juillet-91
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    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week
    Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show I was held at Pier 59 Studios on a brisk fall evening and featured eight rising designers, Margaret Garrison, Empire Collection, Alicia’s Designs, Dignified Women’s apparel, NYKWALE, and Haley Manochi. The show was filled to capacity, and you could…[Read more]

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    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show I was held at Pier 59 Studios on a brisk fall evening and featured eight rising designers, Margaret Garrison, Empire Collection, Alicia’s Designs, Dignified Women’s apparel, NYKWALE, and Haley Manochi. The show was filled to capacity, and you could sense the excitement. Margaret Garrison was the first designer to show on the runway, and her collection was a quirky and fun way to kick off the show. With a bit of an eighties throwback vibe, the neon colors and heavy use of gor tex like fabrics along with the colorful two-tone Teva like sandals gave the lineup a sense of 90\'s space girl meets 80\'s new wave. There was a quilted coil dress that flounced down the runway, and an 80\'s patterned workout suit in vibrant orange and black; both adorned with in-your-face over-sized zippers. But the standouts for me had to be the eyewear. Bold, unconventional, and fully embracing the streetwear aesthetic that is still hugely on-trend, the sunnies stole the show. From ski-shield inspired frames to Devo whip-it shades and straight-edge cat eyes, the sunglasses were not to be missed. Empire collection was the second label to show for Oxford Fashion Studio. Designing both menswear and womenswear the lineup featured a plethora of tracksuits, trenches, and pants suits that could double as workout gear. Black, gunmetal green and cream kept the collection simple and refined, while the iridescent fabrics and tone-on-tone embroidered like textures that added interest and kept the collection from veering into being too minimalist. The outwear had some decent standouts, the green single-breasted trench was a stunner, and the cream men’s moto jacket was sleek and sophisticated. Straddling the line between streetwear and sportswear, the brand certainly has it\'s pulse on current trends. The accessories designer, Alicia’s Designs, was up next. As models strutted out in simple black ensembles, all the focus was the statement-making jewelry and accessories as the models walked the runway. Decidedly bold with over-sized geometric patterns in saturated primaries and metallics, they made a statement: demure they were not. There were over the top V-shaped “necklaces,” Wonder Woman inspired wrist cuffs, and winged chokers with shoulder plates, along with headbands, earrings, belts, shoes, and bags. But again, much like Margaret Garrison, the sunnies were a standout. With their distinctive patterned overlay and chain strap, they were a show stopper to be sure. Pretty grunge could be the best way to describe All Reclaimed by P SS2020 collection. Using a portion of reclaimed fabrics in all of the garments the brand seeks to create without destroying. The designer of All Reclaimed by P said: \"I am just the girl, with the fascination of a fairytale and the desire to share the world through my eyes in every design.\" And indeed she does. With an emphasis on dresses, a sassy mini dresses with tweed-like corsets and flouncy lace bottoms, while another look featured corseted leather strap tops, and feather skirt bottoms, to floor-length frocks in black lace and feather shoulder details, to a pale floral sundress overlaid by a metal and leather halter. The collection was an unbridled expression of feminine strength. Next- up, Dignified Woman\'s Apparel featured a dominant palette of white only occasionally broken up by pastels. Variety was added through pleating, asymmetrical silhouettes, and draping. A beautiful three-tiered floor-length dress stole the show. Adding details like swingy straps and gym-suit belts kept the collection both feminine and fun. Nykwale followed and was quite the contrast to the collection that preceded it. The palette with it\'s bright bursts of red and yellow and white accents set the tone for this vibrant collection. Body con silhouettes and ruffles dominate, while multiple pattern blocking adds depth and unexpected texture. A yellow and black ruffle top was quite striking in its understated grace. And the designs for men were equally striking with their red ribbed collars, vertical patterned tees, and gold and black tracksuit with it\'s \"gaffers\" tape detailing. A bold, graphical collection, the lineup for SS2020 was a brilliant collection of color and texture with a celebratory spirit. Swinging back in the other direction Haley Manochi\'s collection for SS2020 was also dominated by a singular palette--this time champagne; broken up only by a pale green and a subtle topaz. The fabrication was sleek, with an emphasis on draping and movement. Pleats broke up the singleness of the smooth solids as did the bow-ribboned closures and puffed sleeves. Artful, shy, and romantic, the pieces that walked the runway for SS2020 were both elegant and playful. The last designer to show during Show I for Oxford Fashion Studio was Y.H. Color blocking minimalism is how I would describe this accessible lineup. From cobalt blue and vibrant orange to red, periwinkle, royal navy, and purple, color was the center of the collection. Artful draping also dominated, offering wearable silhouettes that flatter the body. The dominance of solids was intermittently broken up by a tone-on-tone, subtle tie-dye print. And additional interest was expressed in layered tops and asymmetrical skirts. It was a fun and unconventional way to end the show. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #oxfordfashionstudio #oxfordfashionstudioarticle #oxfordfashionstudioss20 #aliciamackin #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle eitan-broude-682x1024nykwale-682x1024all-reclaimed-by-p-682x1024empire-collection-682x1024
    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show
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    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show I was held at Pier 59 Studios on a brisk fall evening and featured eight rising designers, Margaret Garrison, Empire Collection, Alicia’s Designs, Dignified Women’s apparel, NYKWALE, and Haley Manochi. The show was filled to capacity, and you could sense the excitement. Margaret Garrison was the first designer to show on the runway, and her collection was a quirky and fun way to kick off the show. With a bit of an eighties throwback vibe, the neon colors and heavy use of gor tex like fabrics along with the colorful two-tone Teva like sandals gave the lineup a sense of 90\'s space girl meets 80\'s new wave. There was a quilted coil dress that flounced down the runway, and an 80\'s patterned workout suit in vibrant orange and black; both adorned with in-your-face over-sized zippers. But the standouts for me had to be the eyewear. Bold, unconventional, and fully embracing the streetwear aesthetic that is still hugely on-trend, the sunnies stole the show. From ski-shield inspired frames to Devo whip-it shades and straight-edge cat eyes, the sunglasses were not to be missed. Empire collection was the second label to show for Oxford Fashion Studio. Designing both menswear and womenswear the lineup featured a plethora of tracksuits, trenches, and pants suits that could double as workout gear. Black, gunmetal green and cream kept the collection simple and refined, while the iridescent fabrics and tone-on-tone embroidered like textures that added interest and kept the collection from veering into being too minimalist. The outwear had some decent standouts, the green single-breasted trench was a stunner, and the cream men’s moto jacket was sleek and sophisticated. Straddling the line between streetwear and sportswear, the brand certainly has it\'s pulse on current trends. The accessories designer, Alicia’s Designs, was up next. As models strutted out in simple black ensembles, all the focus was the statement-making jewelry and accessories as the models walked the runway. Decidedly bold with over-sized geometric patterns in saturated primaries and metallics, they made a statement: demure they were not. There were over the top V-shaped “necklaces,” Wonder Woman inspired wrist cuffs, and winged chokers with shoulder plates, along with headbands, earrings, belts, shoes, and bags. But again, much like Margaret Garrison, the sunnies were a standout. With their distinctive patterned overlay and chain strap, they were a show stopper to be sure. Pretty grunge could be the best way to describe All Reclaimed by P SS2020 collection. Using a portion of reclaimed fabrics in all of the garments the brand seeks to create without destroying. The designer of All Reclaimed by P said: \"I am just the girl, with the fascination of a fairytale and the desire to share the world through my eyes in every design.\" And indeed she does. With an emphasis on dresses, a sassy mini dresses with tweed-like corsets and flouncy lace bottoms, while another look featured corseted leather strap tops, and feather skirt bottoms, to floor-length frocks in black lace and feather shoulder details, to a pale floral sundress overlaid by a metal and leather halter. The collection was an unbridled expression of feminine strength. Next- up, Dignified Woman\'s Apparel featured a dominant palette of white only occasionally broken up by pastels. Variety was added through pleating, asymmetrical silhouettes, and draping. A beautiful three-tiered floor-length dress stole the show. Adding details like swingy straps and gym-suit belts kept the collection both feminine and fun. Nykwale followed and was quite the contrast to the collection that preceded it. The palette with it\'s bright bursts of red and yellow and white accents set the tone for this vibrant collection. Body con silhouettes and ruffles dominate, while multiple pattern blocking adds depth and unexpected texture. A yellow and black ruffle top was quite striking in its understated grace. And the designs for men were equally striking with their red ribbed collars, vertical patterned tees, and gold and black tracksuit with it\'s \"gaffers\" tape detailing. A bold, graphical collection, the lineup for SS2020 was a brilliant collection of color and texture with a celebratory spirit. Swinging back in the other direction Haley Manochi\'s collection for SS2020 was also dominated by a singular palette--this time champagne; broken up only by a pale green and a subtle topaz. The fabrication was sleek, with an emphasis on draping and movement. Pleats broke up the singleness of the smooth solids as did the bow-ribboned closures and puffed sleeves. Artful, shy, and romantic, the pieces that walked the runway for SS2020 were both elegant and playful. The last designer to show during Show I for Oxford Fashion Studio was Y.H. Color blocking minimalism is how I would describe this accessible lineup. From cobalt blue and vibrant orange to red, periwinkle, royal navy, and purple, color was the center of the collection. Artful draping also dominated, offering wearable silhouettes that flatter the body. The dominance of solids was intermittently broken up by a tone-on-tone, subtle tie-dye print. And additional interest was expressed in layered tops and asymmetrical skirts. It was a fun and unconventional way to end the show. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #oxfordfashionstudio #oxfordfashionstudioarticle #oxfordfashionstudioss20 #aliciamackin #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle eitan-broude-682x1024nykwale-682x1024all-reclaimed-by-p-682x1024empire-collection-682x1024
    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show
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    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show I was held at Pier 59 Studios on a brisk fall evening and featured eight rising designers, Margaret Garrison, Empire Collection, Alicia’s Designs, Dignified Women’s apparel, NYKWALE, and Haley Manochi. The show was filled to capacity, and you could sense the excitement. Margaret Garrison was the first designer to show on the runway, and her collection was a quirky and fun way to kick off the show. With a bit of an eighties throwback vibe, the neon colors and heavy use of gor tex like fabrics along with the colorful two-tone Teva like sandals gave the lineup a sense of 90\'s space girl meets 80\'s new wave. There was a quilted coil dress that flounced down the runway, and an 80\'s patterned workout suit in vibrant orange and black; both adorned with in-your-face over-sized zippers. But the standouts for me had to be the eyewear. Bold, unconventional, and fully embracing the streetwear aesthetic that is still hugely on-trend, the sunnies stole the show. From ski-shield inspired frames to Devo whip-it shades and straight-edge cat eyes, the sunglasses were not to be missed. Empire collection was the second label to show for Oxford Fashion Studio. Designing both menswear and womenswear the lineup featured a plethora of tracksuits, trenches, and pants suits that could double as workout gear. Black, gunmetal green and cream kept the collection simple and refined, while the iridescent fabrics and tone-on-tone embroidered like textures that added interest and kept the collection from veering into being too minimalist. The outwear had some decent standouts, the green single-breasted trench was a stunner, and the cream men’s moto jacket was sleek and sophisticated. Straddling the line between streetwear and sportswear, the brand certainly has it\'s pulse on current trends. The accessories designer, Alicia’s Designs, was up next. As models strutted out in simple black ensembles, all the focus was the statement-making jewelry and accessories as the models walked the runway. Decidedly bold with over-sized geometric patterns in saturated primaries and metallics, they made a statement: demure they were not. There were over the top V-shaped “necklaces,” Wonder Woman inspired wrist cuffs, and winged chokers with shoulder plates, along with headbands, earrings, belts, shoes, and bags. But again, much like Margaret Garrison, the sunnies were a standout. With their distinctive patterned overlay and chain strap, they were a show stopper to be sure. Pretty grunge could be the best way to describe All Reclaimed by P SS2020 collection. Using a portion of reclaimed fabrics in all of the garments the brand seeks to create without destroying. The designer of All Reclaimed by P said: \"I am just the girl, with the fascination of a fairytale and the desire to share the world through my eyes in every design.\" And indeed she does. With an emphasis on dresses, a sassy mini dresses with tweed-like corsets and flouncy lace bottoms, while another look featured corseted leather strap tops, and feather skirt bottoms, to floor-length frocks in black lace and feather shoulder details, to a pale floral sundress overlaid by a metal and leather halter. The collection was an unbridled expression of feminine strength. Next- up, Dignified Woman\'s Apparel featured a dominant palette of white only occasionally broken up by pastels. Variety was added through pleating, asymmetrical silhouettes, and draping. A beautiful three-tiered floor-length dress stole the show. Adding details like swingy straps and gym-suit belts kept the collection both feminine and fun. Nykwale followed and was quite the contrast to the collection that preceded it. The palette with it\'s bright bursts of red and yellow and white accents set the tone for this vibrant collection. Body con silhouettes and ruffles dominate, while multiple pattern blocking adds depth and unexpected texture. A yellow and black ruffle top was quite striking in its understated grace. And the designs for men were equally striking with their red ribbed collars, vertical patterned tees, and gold and black tracksuit with it\'s \"gaffers\" tape detailing. A bold, graphical collection, the lineup for SS2020 was a brilliant collection of color and texture with a celebratory spirit. Swinging back in the other direction Haley Manochi\'s collection for SS2020 was also dominated by a singular palette--this time champagne; broken up only by a pale green and a subtle topaz. The fabrication was sleek, with an emphasis on draping and movement. Pleats broke up the singleness of the smooth solids as did the bow-ribboned closures and puffed sleeves. Artful, shy, and romantic, the pieces that walked the runway for SS2020 were both elegant and playful. The last designer to show during Show I for Oxford Fashion Studio was Y.H. Color blocking minimalism is how I would describe this accessible lineup. From cobalt blue and vibrant orange to red, periwinkle, royal navy, and purple, color was the center of the collection. Artful draping also dominated, offering wearable silhouettes that flatter the body. The dominance of solids was intermittently broken up by a tone-on-tone, subtle tie-dye print. And additional interest was expressed in layered tops and asymmetrical skirts. It was a fun and unconventional way to end the show. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #oxfordfashionstudio #oxfordfashionstudioarticle #oxfordfashionstudioss20 #aliciamackin #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle eitan-broude-682x1024nykwale-682x1024all-reclaimed-by-p-682x1024empire-collection-682x1024
    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show
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    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show I was held at Pier 59 Studios on a brisk fall evening and featured eight rising designers, Margaret Garrison, Empire Collection, Alicia’s Designs, Dignified Women’s apparel, NYKWALE, and Haley Manochi. The show was filled to capacity, and you could sense the excitement. Margaret Garrison was the first designer to show on the runway, and her collection was a quirky and fun way to kick off the show. With a bit of an eighties throwback vibe, the neon colors and heavy use of gor tex like fabrics along with the colorful two-tone Teva like sandals gave the lineup a sense of 90\'s space girl meets 80\'s new wave. There was a quilted coil dress that flounced down the runway, and an 80\'s patterned workout suit in vibrant orange and black; both adorned with in-your-face over-sized zippers. But the standouts for me had to be the eyewear. Bold, unconventional, and fully embracing the streetwear aesthetic that is still hugely on-trend, the sunnies stole the show. From ski-shield inspired frames to Devo whip-it shades and straight-edge cat eyes, the sunglasses were not to be missed. Empire collection was the second label to show for Oxford Fashion Studio. Designing both menswear and womenswear the lineup featured a plethora of tracksuits, trenches, and pants suits that could double as workout gear. Black, gunmetal green and cream kept the collection simple and refined, while the iridescent fabrics and tone-on-tone embroidered like textures that added interest and kept the collection from veering into being too minimalist. The outwear had some decent standouts, the green single-breasted trench was a stunner, and the cream men’s moto jacket was sleek and sophisticated. Straddling the line between streetwear and sportswear, the brand certainly has it\'s pulse on current trends. The accessories designer, Alicia’s Designs, was up next. As models strutted out in simple black ensembles, all the focus was the statement-making jewelry and accessories as the models walked the runway. Decidedly bold with over-sized geometric patterns in saturated primaries and metallics, they made a statement: demure they were not. There were over the top V-shaped “necklaces,” Wonder Woman inspired wrist cuffs, and winged chokers with shoulder plates, along with headbands, earrings, belts, shoes, and bags. But again, much like Margaret Garrison, the sunnies were a standout. With their distinctive patterned overlay and chain strap, they were a show stopper to be sure. Pretty grunge could be the best way to describe All Reclaimed by P SS2020 collection. Using a portion of reclaimed fabrics in all of the garments the brand seeks to create without destroying. The designer of All Reclaimed by P said: \"I am just the girl, with the fascination of a fairytale and the desire to share the world through my eyes in every design.\" And indeed she does. With an emphasis on dresses, a sassy mini dresses with tweed-like corsets and flouncy lace bottoms, while another look featured corseted leather strap tops, and feather skirt bottoms, to floor-length frocks in black lace and feather shoulder details, to a pale floral sundress overlaid by a metal and leather halter. The collection was an unbridled expression of feminine strength. Next- up, Dignified Woman\'s Apparel featured a dominant palette of white only occasionally broken up by pastels. Variety was added through pleating, asymmetrical silhouettes, and draping. A beautiful three-tiered floor-length dress stole the show. Adding details like swingy straps and gym-suit belts kept the collection both feminine and fun. Nykwale followed and was quite the contrast to the collection that preceded it. The palette with it\'s bright bursts of red and yellow and white accents set the tone for this vibrant collection. Body con silhouettes and ruffles dominate, while multiple pattern blocking adds depth and unexpected texture. A yellow and black ruffle top was quite striking in its understated grace. And the designs for men were equally striking with their red ribbed collars, vertical patterned tees, and gold and black tracksuit with it\'s \"gaffers\" tape detailing. A bold, graphical collection, the lineup for SS2020 was a brilliant collection of color and texture with a celebratory spirit. Swinging back in the other direction Haley Manochi\'s collection for SS2020 was also dominated by a singular palette--this time champagne; broken up only by a pale green and a subtle topaz. The fabrication was sleek, with an emphasis on draping and movement. Pleats broke up the singleness of the smooth solids as did the bow-ribboned closures and puffed sleeves. Artful, shy, and romantic, the pieces that walked the runway for SS2020 were both elegant and playful. The last designer to show during Show I for Oxford Fashion Studio was Y.H. Color blocking minimalism is how I would describe this accessible lineup. From cobalt blue and vibrant orange to red, periwinkle, royal navy, and purple, color was the center of the collection. Artful draping also dominated, offering wearable silhouettes that flatter the body. The dominance of solids was intermittently broken up by a tone-on-tone, subtle tie-dye print. And additional interest was expressed in layered tops and asymmetrical skirts. It was a fun and unconventional way to end the show. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #oxfordfashionstudio #oxfordfashionstudioarticle #oxfordfashionstudioss20 #aliciamackin #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle eitan-broude-682x1024nykwale-682x1024all-reclaimed-by-p-682x1024empire-collection-682x1024
    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show
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