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  • hauturely posted 4 photos 1 year, 4 months ago

    Taoray Wang Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week
    Designer Wang Tao is head of her fashion brand named Taoray Wang. Her brand has quickly gained the recognition of hundreds of celebrities and became one of the top preferred shows during New York Fashion Week each season. She learned about fashion where most NYFW designers didn’t attend.…[Read more]

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    Taoray Wang Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Designer Wang Tao is head of her fashion brand named Taoray Wang. Her brand has quickly gained the recognition of hundreds of celebrities and became one of the top preferred shows during New York Fashion Week each season. She learned about fashion where most NYFW designers didn\'t attend. Already having a history degree from a university in Shanghai, She went to Tokyo Mode Gakuen, one of the best fashion schools in Japan. After working in fashion for several years and gaining experience, Wang Tao was finally ready to launch her fashion label in September 2014 during New York Fashion Week. The Taoray Wang brand is all about refined tailoring and sophisticated silhouettes combined with high quality and luxurious fabrics. For this Spring Summer 2019 collection, Wang used soft, pastel and natural colors of pink, yellow, purple, orange, camel, white and black for her collection, which felt very romantic and feminine. She combined it with sharp, stylish, and sophisticated tailoring. Silhouettes had almost a military cut and gave the vibe of possibly the chicest and most stylish military uniforms we have ever seen. A special celebrity guest we saw sitting front row this season was Tiffany Trump. She was dressed and styled in a Taoray Wang outfit. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Taoray Wang Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #taoraywang #taoraywangarticle #taoraywangss19 #ss19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #companyagenda #companyagendaarticle 10193035
    Taoray Wang Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Designer Wang Tao is head of her fashion
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    Taoray Wang Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Designer Wang Tao is head of her fashion brand named Taoray Wang. Her brand has quickly gained the recognition of hundreds of celebrities and became one of the top preferred shows during New York Fashion Week each season. She learned about fashion where most NYFW designers didn\'t attend. Already having a history degree from a university in Shanghai, She went to Tokyo Mode Gakuen, one of the best fashion schools in Japan. After working in fashion for several years and gaining experience, Wang Tao was finally ready to launch her fashion label in September 2014 during New York Fashion Week. The Taoray Wang brand is all about refined tailoring and sophisticated silhouettes combined with high quality and luxurious fabrics. For this Spring Summer 2019 collection, Wang used soft, pastel and natural colors of pink, yellow, purple, orange, camel, white and black for her collection, which felt very romantic and feminine. She combined it with sharp, stylish, and sophisticated tailoring. Silhouettes had almost a military cut and gave the vibe of possibly the chicest and most stylish military uniforms we have ever seen. A special celebrity guest we saw sitting front row this season was Tiffany Trump. She was dressed and styled in a Taoray Wang outfit. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Taoray Wang Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #taoraywang #taoraywangarticle #taoraywangss19 #ss19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #companyagenda #companyagendaarticle 10193035
    Taoray Wang Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Designer Wang Tao is head of her fashion
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    Taoray Wang Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Designer Wang Tao is head of her fashion brand named Taoray Wang. Her brand has quickly gained the recognition of hundreds of celebrities and became one of the top preferred shows during New York Fashion Week each season. She learned about fashion where most NYFW designers didn\'t attend. Already having a history degree from a university in Shanghai, She went to Tokyo Mode Gakuen, one of the best fashion schools in Japan. After working in fashion for several years and gaining experience, Wang Tao was finally ready to launch her fashion label in September 2014 during New York Fashion Week. The Taoray Wang brand is all about refined tailoring and sophisticated silhouettes combined with high quality and luxurious fabrics. For this Spring Summer 2019 collection, Wang used soft, pastel and natural colors of pink, yellow, purple, orange, camel, white and black for her collection, which felt very romantic and feminine. She combined it with sharp, stylish, and sophisticated tailoring. Silhouettes had almost a military cut and gave the vibe of possibly the chicest and most stylish military uniforms we have ever seen. A special celebrity guest we saw sitting front row this season was Tiffany Trump. She was dressed and styled in a Taoray Wang outfit. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Taoray Wang Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #taoraywang #taoraywangarticle #taoraywangss19 #ss19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #companyagenda #companyagendaarticle 10193035
    Taoray Wang Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Designer Wang Tao is head of her fashion
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    Taoray Wang Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Designer Wang Tao is head of her fashion brand named Taoray Wang. Her brand has quickly gained the recognition of hundreds of celebrities and became one of the top preferred shows during New York Fashion Week each season. She learned about fashion where most NYFW designers didn\'t attend. Already having a history degree from a university in Shanghai, She went to Tokyo Mode Gakuen, one of the best fashion schools in Japan. After working in fashion for several years and gaining experience, Wang Tao was finally ready to launch her fashion label in September 2014 during New York Fashion Week. The Taoray Wang brand is all about refined tailoring and sophisticated silhouettes combined with high quality and luxurious fabrics. For this Spring Summer 2019 collection, Wang used soft, pastel and natural colors of pink, yellow, purple, orange, camel, white and black for her collection, which felt very romantic and feminine. She combined it with sharp, stylish, and sophisticated tailoring. Silhouettes had almost a military cut and gave the vibe of possibly the chicest and most stylish military uniforms we have ever seen. A special celebrity guest we saw sitting front row this season was Tiffany Trump. She was dressed and styled in a Taoray Wang outfit. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Taoray Wang Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #taoraywang #taoraywangarticle #taoraywangss19 #ss19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #companyagenda #companyagendaarticle 10193035
    Taoray Wang Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Designer Wang Tao is head of her fashion
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 1 year, 5 months ago

    Just In XX Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week
    Justin Yu-Ying Chou is the designer of his own brand Just In XX. He studied at Domus Academy School of Design in Italy and the University of Wales where he earned a Masters in Fashion Design. In just a few years, he had earned several fashion awards honoring him and his designs. His…[Read more]

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    Just In XX Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Justin Yu-Ying Chou is the designer of his own brand Just In XX. He studied at Domus Academy School of Design in Italy and the University of Wales where he earned a Masters in Fashion Design. In just a few years, he had earned several fashion awards honoring him and his designs. His collections are very urban. They have a lot of street style to them. Justin Yu-Ying Chou often chooses to focus on Chinese and Western cultures. For this season he has titled his collection F@$HITION. This latest collection blends modern fashion designs with art, and this is done in a very stylish and trendy way. Having both men and women walk in the show, he encompasses one of the newest trends for collections. This collection has several genderless aspects. Button down tops, jeans, blazers, sweatsuits, all have somewhat of a masculine cut to them. Details were evident in each piece. Some of the items had the title of the show written on them, F@$HITION, while other pieces had the brand name written on the outside. A look I loved on the runway was jeans over jeans: the model had on a lighter pair of jeans with cutouts around the knee and on top were another pair of darker jeans with a much larger cutout going from the waist to just past the knees. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Just In XX Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #justinxx #justinxxarticle #justinxxss19 #ss19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #companyagenda #companyagendaarticle anBn (14)anBn (13)anBn (12)anBn (11)
    Just In XX Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Justin Yu-Ying Chou is the designer of hi
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    Just In XX Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Justin Yu-Ying Chou is the designer of his own brand Just In XX. He studied at Domus Academy School of Design in Italy and the University of Wales where he earned a Masters in Fashion Design. In just a few years, he had earned several fashion awards honoring him and his designs. His collections are very urban. They have a lot of street style to them. Justin Yu-Ying Chou often chooses to focus on Chinese and Western cultures. For this season he has titled his collection F@$HITION. This latest collection blends modern fashion designs with art, and this is done in a very stylish and trendy way. Having both men and women walk in the show, he encompasses one of the newest trends for collections. This collection has several genderless aspects. Button down tops, jeans, blazers, sweatsuits, all have somewhat of a masculine cut to them. Details were evident in each piece. Some of the items had the title of the show written on them, F@$HITION, while other pieces had the brand name written on the outside. A look I loved on the runway was jeans over jeans: the model had on a lighter pair of jeans with cutouts around the knee and on top were another pair of darker jeans with a much larger cutout going from the waist to just past the knees. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Just In XX Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #justinxx #justinxxarticle #justinxxss19 #ss19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #companyagenda #companyagendaarticle anBn (14)anBn (13)anBn (12)anBn (11)
    Just In XX Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Justin Yu-Ying Chou is the designer of hi
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    Just In XX Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Justin Yu-Ying Chou is the designer of his own brand Just In XX. He studied at Domus Academy School of Design in Italy and the University of Wales where he earned a Masters in Fashion Design. In just a few years, he had earned several fashion awards honoring him and his designs. His collections are very urban. They have a lot of street style to them. Justin Yu-Ying Chou often chooses to focus on Chinese and Western cultures. For this season he has titled his collection F@$HITION. This latest collection blends modern fashion designs with art, and this is done in a very stylish and trendy way. Having both men and women walk in the show, he encompasses one of the newest trends for collections. This collection has several genderless aspects. Button down tops, jeans, blazers, sweatsuits, all have somewhat of a masculine cut to them. Details were evident in each piece. Some of the items had the title of the show written on them, F@$HITION, while other pieces had the brand name written on the outside. A look I loved on the runway was jeans over jeans: the model had on a lighter pair of jeans with cutouts around the knee and on top were another pair of darker jeans with a much larger cutout going from the waist to just past the knees. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Just In XX Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #justinxx #justinxxarticle #justinxxss19 #ss19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #companyagenda #companyagendaarticle anBn (14)anBn (13)anBn (12)anBn (11)
    Just In XX Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Justin Yu-Ying Chou is the designer of hi
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    Just In XX Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Justin Yu-Ying Chou is the designer of his own brand Just In XX. He studied at Domus Academy School of Design in Italy and the University of Wales where he earned a Masters in Fashion Design. In just a few years, he had earned several fashion awards honoring him and his designs. His collections are very urban. They have a lot of street style to them. Justin Yu-Ying Chou often chooses to focus on Chinese and Western cultures. For this season he has titled his collection F@$HITION. This latest collection blends modern fashion designs with art, and this is done in a very stylish and trendy way. Having both men and women walk in the show, he encompasses one of the newest trends for collections. This collection has several genderless aspects. Button down tops, jeans, blazers, sweatsuits, all have somewhat of a masculine cut to them. Details were evident in each piece. Some of the items had the title of the show written on them, F@$HITION, while other pieces had the brand name written on the outside. A look I loved on the runway was jeans over jeans: the model had on a lighter pair of jeans with cutouts around the knee and on top were another pair of darker jeans with a much larger cutout going from the waist to just past the knees. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full Just In XX Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #justinxx #justinxxarticle #justinxxss19 #ss19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #companyagenda #companyagendaarticle anBn (14)anBn (13)anBn (12)anBn (11)
    Just In XX Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Justin Yu-Ying Chou is the designer of hi
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 1 year, 5 months ago

    All Comes From Nothing Fall Winter 2018 during New York Fashion Week
    Eva Xu attended the Art Institute of Chicago where she earned a Master of Fine Arts degree. Later she worked for Michael Kors and Ralph Lauren. She then branched out and in 2014 began her own fashion label titled All Comes From Nothing. For this season designer Eva Xu and her…[Read more]

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    All Comes From Nothing Fall Winter 2018 during New York Fashion Week Eva Xu attended the Art Institute of Chicago where she earned a Master of Fine Arts degree. Later she worked for Michael Kors and Ralph Lauren. She then branched out and in 2014 began her own fashion label titled All Comes From Nothing. For this season designer Eva Xu and her fashion label All Comes From Nothing debuted their latest collection at the preferred fashion week venue of choice Spring Studios. We had high expectations and Xu definitely fulfilled what we wanted to see. Eva Xu was inspired by the work of Gustave Klimt, particularly the piece The Woman in Gold. Xu chose a complementary title for her collection this season, Love is the Only Gold, in tribute to the late Gustave Klimt who died in 1918. Using a color palette with burgundy red and burnt orange, Xu also added natural colors of white, creams, khakis, and black. She presented short and long dresses, skirts, pants, capris, blazers as well as outerwear such as trench coats and puffer jackets. All were done in a very classy and chic way. While the collection had a minimal look it was still very refined and polished thanks to the added details and the high quality fabrics used. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full All Comes From Nothing Fall Winter 2018 collection. #article #allcomesfromnothing #allcomesfromnothingarticle #allcomesfromnothingfw18 #fw18 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #companyagenda #companyagendaarticle MTg2MDA0ODguanBnMTg2MDAyNDguanBnMTg2MDAwNzguanBnMTg2MDA1OTEuanBn
    All Comes From Nothing Fall Winter 2018 during New York Fashion Week Eva Xu attended the Art Institu
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    All Comes From Nothing Fall Winter 2018 during New York Fashion Week Eva Xu attended the Art Institute of Chicago where she earned a Master of Fine Arts degree. Later she worked for Michael Kors and Ralph Lauren. She then branched out and in 2014 began her own fashion label titled All Comes From Nothing. For this season designer Eva Xu and her fashion label All Comes From Nothing debuted their latest collection at the preferred fashion week venue of choice Spring Studios. We had high expectations and Xu definitely fulfilled what we wanted to see. Eva Xu was inspired by the work of Gustave Klimt, particularly the piece The Woman in Gold. Xu chose a complementary title for her collection this season, Love is the Only Gold, in tribute to the late Gustave Klimt who died in 1918. Using a color palette with burgundy red and burnt orange, Xu also added natural colors of white, creams, khakis, and black. She presented short and long dresses, skirts, pants, capris, blazers as well as outerwear such as trench coats and puffer jackets. All were done in a very classy and chic way. While the collection had a minimal look it was still very refined and polished thanks to the added details and the high quality fabrics used. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full All Comes From Nothing Fall Winter 2018 collection. #article #allcomesfromnothing #allcomesfromnothingarticle #allcomesfromnothingfw18 #fw18 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #companyagenda #companyagendaarticle MTg2MDA0ODguanBnMTg2MDAyNDguanBnMTg2MDAwNzguanBnMTg2MDA1OTEuanBn
    All Comes From Nothing Fall Winter 2018 during New York Fashion Week Eva Xu attended the Art Institu
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    All Comes From Nothing Fall Winter 2018 during New York Fashion Week Eva Xu attended the Art Institute of Chicago where she earned a Master of Fine Arts degree. Later she worked for Michael Kors and Ralph Lauren. She then branched out and in 2014 began her own fashion label titled All Comes From Nothing. For this season designer Eva Xu and her fashion label All Comes From Nothing debuted their latest collection at the preferred fashion week venue of choice Spring Studios. We had high expectations and Xu definitely fulfilled what we wanted to see. Eva Xu was inspired by the work of Gustave Klimt, particularly the piece The Woman in Gold. Xu chose a complementary title for her collection this season, Love is the Only Gold, in tribute to the late Gustave Klimt who died in 1918. Using a color palette with burgundy red and burnt orange, Xu also added natural colors of white, creams, khakis, and black. She presented short and long dresses, skirts, pants, capris, blazers as well as outerwear such as trench coats and puffer jackets. All were done in a very classy and chic way. While the collection had a minimal look it was still very refined and polished thanks to the added details and the high quality fabrics used. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full All Comes From Nothing Fall Winter 2018 collection. #article #allcomesfromnothing #allcomesfromnothingarticle #allcomesfromnothingfw18 #fw18 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #companyagenda #companyagendaarticle MTg2MDA0ODguanBnMTg2MDAyNDguanBnMTg2MDAwNzguanBnMTg2MDA1OTEuanBn
    All Comes From Nothing Fall Winter 2018 during New York Fashion Week Eva Xu attended the Art Institu
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    All Comes From Nothing Fall Winter 2018 during New York Fashion Week Eva Xu attended the Art Institute of Chicago where she earned a Master of Fine Arts degree. Later she worked for Michael Kors and Ralph Lauren. She then branched out and in 2014 began her own fashion label titled All Comes From Nothing. For this season designer Eva Xu and her fashion label All Comes From Nothing debuted their latest collection at the preferred fashion week venue of choice Spring Studios. We had high expectations and Xu definitely fulfilled what we wanted to see. Eva Xu was inspired by the work of Gustave Klimt, particularly the piece The Woman in Gold. Xu chose a complementary title for her collection this season, Love is the Only Gold, in tribute to the late Gustave Klimt who died in 1918. Using a color palette with burgundy red and burnt orange, Xu also added natural colors of white, creams, khakis, and black. She presented short and long dresses, skirts, pants, capris, blazers as well as outerwear such as trench coats and puffer jackets. All were done in a very classy and chic way. While the collection had a minimal look it was still very refined and polished thanks to the added details and the high quality fabrics used. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full All Comes From Nothing Fall Winter 2018 collection. #article #allcomesfromnothing #allcomesfromnothingarticle #allcomesfromnothingfw18 #fw18 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #companyagenda #companyagendaarticle MTg2MDA0ODguanBnMTg2MDAyNDguanBnMTg2MDAwNzguanBnMTg2MDA1OTEuanBn
    All Comes From Nothing Fall Winter 2018 during New York Fashion Week Eva Xu attended the Art Institu
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 1 year, 5 months ago

    ICY Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week
    Icy Presents: Supernova showed at New York Fashion Week during the Spring Summer 2019 season. This wasn’t one brand showing but instead a group of brands. Designers showing included Huajia Studio, Meng Huiting, W-Rong, and All Comes From Nothing. Most of these brands are new to us except All…[Read more]

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    ICY Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Icy Presents: Supernova showed at New York Fashion Week during the Spring Summer 2019 season. This wasn\'t one brand showing but instead a group of brands. Designers showing included Huajia Studio, Meng Huiting, W-Rong, and All Comes From Nothing. Most of these brands are new to us except All Comes From Nothing, a favorite from the past. Huajia Studio was created in 2014 by Jia Hua a graduate of Parsons School of Design. For this collection she mainly used a color palette of red, purple, yellow and white. She combined street style with an urban mix, something we might expect to see at Milan Fashion Week. Meng Huiting showed us a lot of natural color tones while mixing in orange and red. The pieces were artistic and chic while still very wearable. The tailoring created a high end elegance in the clothing. The majority of the looks were paired with some of the coolest eyewear we have seen. All Comes From Nothing is a brand we have seen before. They selected a color palette of red, orange, blue plus several natural colors including black and white. They used several materials with stripes. The collection also encompassed an artistic feel such as the white t-shirt with an artistic drawing of a woman and yellow coloring scribbled on top. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full ICY Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #icy #icyarticle #icyss19 #ss19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #companyagenda #companyagendaarticle icy-ss19-nyfw-vrai-magazine-48icy-ss19-nyfw-vrai-magazine-20icy-ss19-nyfw-vrai-magazine-9icy-ss19-nyfw-vrai-magazine-2
    ICY Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Icy Presents: Supernova showed at New York Fashi
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    ICY Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Icy Presents: Supernova showed at New York Fashion Week during the Spring Summer 2019 season. This wasn\'t one brand showing but instead a group of brands. Designers showing included Huajia Studio, Meng Huiting, W-Rong, and All Comes From Nothing. Most of these brands are new to us except All Comes From Nothing, a favorite from the past. Huajia Studio was created in 2014 by Jia Hua a graduate of Parsons School of Design. For this collection she mainly used a color palette of red, purple, yellow and white. She combined street style with an urban mix, something we might expect to see at Milan Fashion Week. Meng Huiting showed us a lot of natural color tones while mixing in orange and red. The pieces were artistic and chic while still very wearable. The tailoring created a high end elegance in the clothing. The majority of the looks were paired with some of the coolest eyewear we have seen. All Comes From Nothing is a brand we have seen before. They selected a color palette of red, orange, blue plus several natural colors including black and white. They used several materials with stripes. The collection also encompassed an artistic feel such as the white t-shirt with an artistic drawing of a woman and yellow coloring scribbled on top. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full ICY Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #icy #icyarticle #icyss19 #ss19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #companyagenda #companyagendaarticle icy-ss19-nyfw-vrai-magazine-48icy-ss19-nyfw-vrai-magazine-20icy-ss19-nyfw-vrai-magazine-9icy-ss19-nyfw-vrai-magazine-2
    ICY Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Icy Presents: Supernova showed at New York Fashi
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    ICY Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Icy Presents: Supernova showed at New York Fashion Week during the Spring Summer 2019 season. This wasn\'t one brand showing but instead a group of brands. Designers showing included Huajia Studio, Meng Huiting, W-Rong, and All Comes From Nothing. Most of these brands are new to us except All Comes From Nothing, a favorite from the past. Huajia Studio was created in 2014 by Jia Hua a graduate of Parsons School of Design. For this collection she mainly used a color palette of red, purple, yellow and white. She combined street style with an urban mix, something we might expect to see at Milan Fashion Week. Meng Huiting showed us a lot of natural color tones while mixing in orange and red. The pieces were artistic and chic while still very wearable. The tailoring created a high end elegance in the clothing. The majority of the looks were paired with some of the coolest eyewear we have seen. All Comes From Nothing is a brand we have seen before. They selected a color palette of red, orange, blue plus several natural colors including black and white. They used several materials with stripes. The collection also encompassed an artistic feel such as the white t-shirt with an artistic drawing of a woman and yellow coloring scribbled on top. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full ICY Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #icy #icyarticle #icyss19 #ss19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #companyagenda #companyagendaarticle icy-ss19-nyfw-vrai-magazine-48icy-ss19-nyfw-vrai-magazine-20icy-ss19-nyfw-vrai-magazine-9icy-ss19-nyfw-vrai-magazine-2
    ICY Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Icy Presents: Supernova showed at New York Fashi
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    ICY Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Icy Presents: Supernova showed at New York Fashion Week during the Spring Summer 2019 season. This wasn\'t one brand showing but instead a group of brands. Designers showing included Huajia Studio, Meng Huiting, W-Rong, and All Comes From Nothing. Most of these brands are new to us except All Comes From Nothing, a favorite from the past. Huajia Studio was created in 2014 by Jia Hua a graduate of Parsons School of Design. For this collection she mainly used a color palette of red, purple, yellow and white. She combined street style with an urban mix, something we might expect to see at Milan Fashion Week. Meng Huiting showed us a lot of natural color tones while mixing in orange and red. The pieces were artistic and chic while still very wearable. The tailoring created a high end elegance in the clothing. The majority of the looks were paired with some of the coolest eyewear we have seen. All Comes From Nothing is a brand we have seen before. They selected a color palette of red, orange, blue plus several natural colors including black and white. They used several materials with stripes. The collection also encompassed an artistic feel such as the white t-shirt with an artistic drawing of a woman and yellow coloring scribbled on top. written by Style is Viral Click HERE to view the full ICY Spring Summer 2019 collection. #article #icy #icyarticle #icyss19 #ss19 #styleisviral #nyfw #nyfwarticle #companyagenda #companyagendaarticle icy-ss19-nyfw-vrai-magazine-48icy-ss19-nyfw-vrai-magazine-20icy-ss19-nyfw-vrai-magazine-9icy-ss19-nyfw-vrai-magazine-2
    ICY Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Icy Presents: Supernova showed at New York Fashi
  • hauturely posted 3 photos 2 years ago

    C+ Plus Series Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week
    Barely a year old, designer C.T. Liu’s C+ Plus Series collection opened to a packed venue at Spring Studios, with spectators packed neatly on both sides of the runway and on an island down the middle, such that each look was on full display due to the “U” shape around the center islan…[Read more]

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    C+ Plus Series Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Barely a year old, designer C.T. Liu’s C+ Plus Series collection opened to a packed venue at Spring Studios, with spectators packed neatly on both sides of the runway and on an island down the middle, such that each look was on full display due to the “U” shape around the center island. Although his C+ Plus Series is still in its nascency, Liu has been a celebrated member of the scene since premiering his first collection in 2013. The beauty of his current line is in the simplicity; taking a minimalistic approach, Liu is able to draw focus on the quality of each individual piece. By subtracting superfluous items, Liu attempts to add to the overall charm of each look-this abstract concept prompted Liu to add the “+” to the name of his line. Liu succeeds here, with a collection that personifies the urban career woman, combining extreme sportswear with a sense of ethereal spirituality. Soft knits layered under a metallic sheen is present throughout the colorful collection of tops, coats, suits, and trousers, each with a sharp, clean silhouette meant to flatter the female form, and with much success. Liu’s minimal use of stylistic elements such as fringe, ruffles, intricate draping, and cutouts, are interpreted by the eye with maximum impact, giving life to the designer’s original vision, the minimal “plus”. Of the many standout looks presented in this collection, the beige, form-fitting, sleeveless dress constructed from a three-dimensional textile that rippled like waves as the fresh-faced model stomped the runway. On the last day of NYFW, C+ Plus Series’ premier showcase certainly left a lasting impression, evident by the extended standing ovation Liu received from the crowd after the final walk. The world of fashion is in Liu’s hands, it’s a shame that we will have to wait until next season to see what he will present to the world next. written by Francis Lamar Click HERE to view the full C+ Plus Series, Ready-to-Wear Spring/Summer 2019 collection. #article #cplusseries #cplusseriesarticle #cplusseriesss19 #francislamar #ss19 #nyfwss19 #nyfwarticle #companyagenda #companyagendaarticle cplus1cplus2cplus3
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    C+ Plus Series Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Barely a year old, designer C.T. Liu’s C+ Plus Series collection opened to a packed venue at Spring Studios, with spectators packed neatly on both sides of the runway and on an island down the middle, such that each look was on full display due to the “U” shape around the center island. Although his C+ Plus Series is still in its nascency, Liu has been a celebrated member of the scene since premiering his first collection in 2013. The beauty of his current line is in the simplicity; taking a minimalistic approach, Liu is able to draw focus on the quality of each individual piece. By subtracting superfluous items, Liu attempts to add to the overall charm of each look-this abstract concept prompted Liu to add the “+” to the name of his line. Liu succeeds here, with a collection that personifies the urban career woman, combining extreme sportswear with a sense of ethereal spirituality. Soft knits layered under a metallic sheen is present throughout the colorful collection of tops, coats, suits, and trousers, each with a sharp, clean silhouette meant to flatter the female form, and with much success. Liu’s minimal use of stylistic elements such as fringe, ruffles, intricate draping, and cutouts, are interpreted by the eye with maximum impact, giving life to the designer’s original vision, the minimal “plus”. Of the many standout looks presented in this collection, the beige, form-fitting, sleeveless dress constructed from a three-dimensional textile that rippled like waves as the fresh-faced model stomped the runway. On the last day of NYFW, C+ Plus Series’ premier showcase certainly left a lasting impression, evident by the extended standing ovation Liu received from the crowd after the final walk. The world of fashion is in Liu’s hands, it’s a shame that we will have to wait until next season to see what he will present to the world next. written by Francis Lamar Click HERE to view the full C+ Plus Series, Ready-to-Wear Spring/Summer 2019 collection. #article #cplusseries #cplusseriesarticle #cplusseriesss19 #francislamar #ss19 #nyfwss19 #nyfwarticle #companyagenda #companyagendaarticle cplus1cplus2cplus3
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    C+ Plus Series Spring Summer 2019 during New York Fashion Week Barely a year old, designer C.T. Liu’s C+ Plus Series collection opened to a packed venue at Spring Studios, with spectators packed neatly on both sides of the runway and on an island down the middle, such that each look was on full display due to the “U” shape around the center island. Although his C+ Plus Series is still in its nascency, Liu has been a celebrated member of the scene since premiering his first collection in 2013. The beauty of his current line is in the simplicity; taking a minimalistic approach, Liu is able to draw focus on the quality of each individual piece. By subtracting superfluous items, Liu attempts to add to the overall charm of each look-this abstract concept prompted Liu to add the “+” to the name of his line. Liu succeeds here, with a collection that personifies the urban career woman, combining extreme sportswear with a sense of ethereal spirituality. Soft knits layered under a metallic sheen is present throughout the colorful collection of tops, coats, suits, and trousers, each with a sharp, clean silhouette meant to flatter the female form, and with much success. Liu’s minimal use of stylistic elements such as fringe, ruffles, intricate draping, and cutouts, are interpreted by the eye with maximum impact, giving life to the designer’s original vision, the minimal “plus”. Of the many standout looks presented in this collection, the beige, form-fitting, sleeveless dress constructed from a three-dimensional textile that rippled like waves as the fresh-faced model stomped the runway. On the last day of NYFW, C+ Plus Series’ premier showcase certainly left a lasting impression, evident by the extended standing ovation Liu received from the crowd after the final walk. The world of fashion is in Liu’s hands, it’s a shame that we will have to wait until next season to see what he will present to the world next. written by Francis Lamar Click HERE to view the full C+ Plus Series, Ready-to-Wear Spring/Summer 2019 collection. #article #cplusseries #cplusseriesarticle #cplusseriesss19 #francislamar #ss19 #nyfwss19 #nyfwarticle #companyagenda #companyagendaarticle cplus1cplus2cplus3
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    Semir x C.J. Yao Ready-to-Wear, Spring/Summer 2019

    It’s early morning in Manhattan, and the city is bustling with New Yorkers rushing to make it to the office before the 9 o’clock hour. Outside of Spring Studios, however, the crowd is sparse and demure; though the line of attendees is dressed in their finest, there are no paparazzi, no pho…[Read more]

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    Semir x C.J. Yao Ready-to-Wear, Spring/Summer 2019 It’s early morning in Manhattan, and the city is bustling with New Yorkers rushing to make it to the office before the 9 o’clock hour. Outside of Spring Studios, however, the crowd is sparse and demure; though the line of attendees is dressed in their finest, there are no paparazzi, no photographers or media, no fashionistas flooding Varick Street to be seen. It appears that in the city that never sleeps, fashion is exhausted. Inside the venue, the overcast morning light floods into the space from the floor-to-ceiling windows. As the spectators took their seats, the question of how the models were going to feed off the energy of this crowd, because there was very little energy to speak of, lingered. That is, until the lights went down, the bass kicked in, and the energy exploded. Chinese fashion brand Semir teamed up with independent designer C.J. Yao to design this collection of urban street wear, gathering inspiration from interviews with the most fashionable youth on the streets of China’s biggest cities, in an effort to see what they themselves are inspired by. This ground-up technique was evident on the runway, where sweat suits and tracksuits were reimagined, shorts were layered over shorts or trousers; colors popped, and bold prints intrigued the eye. Metallic silver was often present, as both a detail and as a full look: the ultra-feminine jacket with bell sleeves in multiple shades of silver, grey and white; the pop of metallic beneath an oversize print hoodie. The styling was perfectly eccentric, with both male and female models wearing multiple high braids and absolutely no make-up; in lieu of make-up, models had words painted on their lips, eyes, cheeks, or, in the case of one male model, all over the face. A recurring theme throughout the collection was the use of the printed word, which appeared on sweat suits, painted on the top of sneakers, or on the faces of the models. The language used appeared random, though much of the intrigue from the presentation was in trying to decode the message. Overall, Semir x C.J. Yao delivered a delightful, fun, and unconventional presentation: models walked to the left or right side of the runway instead of down the center, a few walked the center line before their step morphed into at a twirling, swooping, hopping dance of sorts, adding to the palpable electricity of the atmosphere. Written by Francis Lamar Click HERE to view the full Semir x C.J. Yao Ready-to-Wear, Spring/Summer 2019. #article #semirxcjyao #semirxcjyaoarticle #semirxcjyaoss19 #francislamar #ss19 #NYFWss19 #NYFWarticle #companyagenda #companyagendaarticle semir1semir2semir3semir4Semir5
    Semir x C.J. Yao Ready-to-Wear, Spring/Summer 2019 It’s early morning in Manhattan, and the city i
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    Semir x C.J. Yao Ready-to-Wear, Spring/Summer 2019 It’s early morning in Manhattan, and the city is bustling with New Yorkers rushing to make it to the office before the 9 o’clock hour. Outside of Spring Studios, however, the crowd is sparse and demure; though the line of attendees is dressed in their finest, there are no paparazzi, no photographers or media, no fashionistas flooding Varick Street to be seen. It appears that in the city that never sleeps, fashion is exhausted. Inside the venue, the overcast morning light floods into the space from the floor-to-ceiling windows. As the spectators took their seats, the question of how the models were going to feed off the energy of this crowd, because there was very little energy to speak of, lingered. That is, until the lights went down, the bass kicked in, and the energy exploded. Chinese fashion brand Semir teamed up with independent designer C.J. Yao to design this collection of urban street wear, gathering inspiration from interviews with the most fashionable youth on the streets of China’s biggest cities, in an effort to see what they themselves are inspired by. This ground-up technique was evident on the runway, where sweat suits and tracksuits were reimagined, shorts were layered over shorts or trousers; colors popped, and bold prints intrigued the eye. Metallic silver was often present, as both a detail and as a full look: the ultra-feminine jacket with bell sleeves in multiple shades of silver, grey and white; the pop of metallic beneath an oversize print hoodie. The styling was perfectly eccentric, with both male and female models wearing multiple high braids and absolutely no make-up; in lieu of make-up, models had words painted on their lips, eyes, cheeks, or, in the case of one male model, all over the face. A recurring theme throughout the collection was the use of the printed word, which appeared on sweat suits, painted on the top of sneakers, or on the faces of the models. The language used appeared random, though much of the intrigue from the presentation was in trying to decode the message. Overall, Semir x C.J. Yao delivered a delightful, fun, and unconventional presentation: models walked to the left or right side of the runway instead of down the center, a few walked the center line before their step morphed into at a twirling, swooping, hopping dance of sorts, adding to the palpable electricity of the atmosphere. Written by Francis Lamar Click HERE to view the full Semir x C.J. Yao Ready-to-Wear, Spring/Summer 2019. #article #semirxcjyao #semirxcjyaoarticle #semirxcjyaoss19 #francislamar #ss19 #NYFWss19 #NYFWarticle #companyagenda #companyagendaarticle semir1semir2semir3semir4Semir5
    Semir x C.J. Yao Ready-to-Wear, Spring/Summer 2019 It’s early morning in Manhattan, and the city i
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    Semir x C.J. Yao Ready-to-Wear, Spring/Summer 2019 It’s early morning in Manhattan, and the city is bustling with New Yorkers rushing to make it to the office before the 9 o’clock hour. Outside of Spring Studios, however, the crowd is sparse and demure; though the line of attendees is dressed in their finest, there are no paparazzi, no photographers or media, no fashionistas flooding Varick Street to be seen. It appears that in the city that never sleeps, fashion is exhausted. Inside the venue, the overcast morning light floods into the space from the floor-to-ceiling windows. As the spectators took their seats, the question of how the models were going to feed off the energy of this crowd, because there was very little energy to speak of, lingered. That is, until the lights went down, the bass kicked in, and the energy exploded. Chinese fashion brand Semir teamed up with independent designer C.J. Yao to design this collection of urban street wear, gathering inspiration from interviews with the most fashionable youth on the streets of China’s biggest cities, in an effort to see what they themselves are inspired by. This ground-up technique was evident on the runway, where sweat suits and tracksuits were reimagined, shorts were layered over shorts or trousers; colors popped, and bold prints intrigued the eye. Metallic silver was often present, as both a detail and as a full look: the ultra-feminine jacket with bell sleeves in multiple shades of silver, grey and white; the pop of metallic beneath an oversize print hoodie. The styling was perfectly eccentric, with both male and female models wearing multiple high braids and absolutely no make-up; in lieu of make-up, models had words painted on their lips, eyes, cheeks, or, in the case of one male model, all over the face. A recurring theme throughout the collection was the use of the printed word, which appeared on sweat suits, painted on the top of sneakers, or on the faces of the models. The language used appeared random, though much of the intrigue from the presentation was in trying to decode the message. Overall, Semir x C.J. Yao delivered a delightful, fun, and unconventional presentation: models walked to the left or right side of the runway instead of down the center, a few walked the center line before their step morphed into at a twirling, swooping, hopping dance of sorts, adding to the palpable electricity of the atmosphere. Written by Francis Lamar Click HERE to view the full Semir x C.J. Yao Ready-to-Wear, Spring/Summer 2019. #article #semirxcjyao #semirxcjyaoarticle #semirxcjyaoss19 #francislamar #ss19 #NYFWss19 #NYFWarticle #companyagenda #companyagendaarticle semir1semir2semir3semir4Semir5
    Semir x C.J. Yao Ready-to-Wear, Spring/Summer 2019 It’s early morning in Manhattan, and the city i
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    Semir x C.J. Yao Ready-to-Wear, Spring/Summer 2019 It’s early morning in Manhattan, and the city is bustling with New Yorkers rushing to make it to the office before the 9 o’clock hour. Outside of Spring Studios, however, the crowd is sparse and demure; though the line of attendees is dressed in their finest, there are no paparazzi, no photographers or media, no fashionistas flooding Varick Street to be seen. It appears that in the city that never sleeps, fashion is exhausted. Inside the venue, the overcast morning light floods into the space from the floor-to-ceiling windows. As the spectators took their seats, the question of how the models were going to feed off the energy of this crowd, because there was very little energy to speak of, lingered. That is, until the lights went down, the bass kicked in, and the energy exploded. Chinese fashion brand Semir teamed up with independent designer C.J. Yao to design this collection of urban street wear, gathering inspiration from interviews with the most fashionable youth on the streets of China’s biggest cities, in an effort to see what they themselves are inspired by. This ground-up technique was evident on the runway, where sweat suits and tracksuits were reimagined, shorts were layered over shorts or trousers; colors popped, and bold prints intrigued the eye. Metallic silver was often present, as both a detail and as a full look: the ultra-feminine jacket with bell sleeves in multiple shades of silver, grey and white; the pop of metallic beneath an oversize print hoodie. The styling was perfectly eccentric, with both male and female models wearing multiple high braids and absolutely no make-up; in lieu of make-up, models had words painted on their lips, eyes, cheeks, or, in the case of one male model, all over the face. A recurring theme throughout the collection was the use of the printed word, which appeared on sweat suits, painted on the top of sneakers, or on the faces of the models. The language used appeared random, though much of the intrigue from the presentation was in trying to decode the message. Overall, Semir x C.J. Yao delivered a delightful, fun, and unconventional presentation: models walked to the left or right side of the runway instead of down the center, a few walked the center line before their step morphed into at a twirling, swooping, hopping dance of sorts, adding to the palpable electricity of the atmosphere. Written by Francis Lamar Click HERE to view the full Semir x C.J. Yao Ready-to-Wear, Spring/Summer 2019. #article #semirxcjyao #semirxcjyaoarticle #semirxcjyaoss19 #francislamar #ss19 #NYFWss19 #NYFWarticle #companyagenda #companyagendaarticle semir1semir2semir3semir4Semir5
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    Semir x C.J. Yao Ready-to-Wear, Spring/Summer 2019 It’s early morning in Manhattan, and the city is bustling with New Yorkers rushing to make it to the office before the 9 o’clock hour. Outside of Spring Studios, however, the crowd is sparse and demure; though the line of attendees is dressed in their finest, there are no paparazzi, no photographers or media, no fashionistas flooding Varick Street to be seen. It appears that in the city that never sleeps, fashion is exhausted. Inside the venue, the overcast morning light floods into the space from the floor-to-ceiling windows. As the spectators took their seats, the question of how the models were going to feed off the energy of this crowd, because there was very little energy to speak of, lingered. That is, until the lights went down, the bass kicked in, and the energy exploded. Chinese fashion brand Semir teamed up with independent designer C.J. Yao to design this collection of urban street wear, gathering inspiration from interviews with the most fashionable youth on the streets of China’s biggest cities, in an effort to see what they themselves are inspired by. This ground-up technique was evident on the runway, where sweat suits and tracksuits were reimagined, shorts were layered over shorts or trousers; colors popped, and bold prints intrigued the eye. Metallic silver was often present, as both a detail and as a full look: the ultra-feminine jacket with bell sleeves in multiple shades of silver, grey and white; the pop of metallic beneath an oversize print hoodie. The styling was perfectly eccentric, with both male and female models wearing multiple high braids and absolutely no make-up; in lieu of make-up, models had words painted on their lips, eyes, cheeks, or, in the case of one male model, all over the face. A recurring theme throughout the collection was the use of the printed word, which appeared on sweat suits, painted on the top of sneakers, or on the faces of the models. The language used appeared random, though much of the intrigue from the presentation was in trying to decode the message. Overall, Semir x C.J. Yao delivered a delightful, fun, and unconventional presentation: models walked to the left or right side of the runway instead of down the center, a few walked the center line before their step morphed into at a twirling, swooping, hopping dance of sorts, adding to the palpable electricity of the atmosphere. Written by Francis Lamar Click HERE to view the full Semir x C.J. Yao Ready-to-Wear, Spring/Summer 2019. #article #semirxcjyao #semirxcjyaoarticle #semirxcjyaoss19 #francislamar #ss19 #NYFWss19 #NYFWarticle #companyagenda #companyagendaarticle semir1semir2semir3semir4Semir5
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