• hauturely posted 3 photos 4 weeks, 1 day ago

    On/Off Spring Summer 2019 at London Fashion Week
    Closing this year’s London Fashion Week, On/Off presented a collection of sixty outfits from a variety of designers including, Chocolab, Lonshaw Ward, IA London, D.P Tanner and Colin Horgan.

    The first collection to storm the runway was Chocolab. Showcasing a collaboration with a secondary, like minded designer, KTZ, along with a ground-breaking collection of ready to wear menswear and womenswear. Featuring a line of twenty outfits, twelve designed by Chocolab and eight designed by KTZ, each outfit in the collection resembled elements of fashion with a contemporary, urban edge, embodying the streetwear aesthetic that both brands are renowned for.

    Introducing streetwear that breaks the norm the collection includes aspects of the rebellious punk movement, merging contemporary spirit and postmodern, international creative vision. As a tribute to the streetwear culture, both brands originated from the menswear and womenswear collection includes a series of statement jackets made from materials such as leather and transparent plastics. Featuring silver chains, wide leg trousers and mid-calf boots, the collection perfectly displays the edge embodied in streetwear.

    Following Chocolab a series of contrasting designs, from the various designers hit the runway, including a collection filled with sheer layering, statement earrings and bags, and vibrant foiled leathers from Longshaw Ward. Following this, a collection from London with a range of expanding and morphing silhouettes printed with authentic, diverse images, inspired by Japanese culture, art, history and philosophy.

    Finishing the catwalk and closing 2018 London Fashion Week, a futuristic collection from Colin Horgan graced the runway, with the presence of a collection resembling the movement of contemporary fashion into the future. A mixture of hyper sensational silhouettes featured alongside long lean shapes. Symbolizing a transformation for the wearer into a bold, confident new self.

    Highlighting bold, eccentric fabrics such as metallic lame, holographic plastics and metallic overlays, the collection of vibrant, colorful garments created a huge impact on the runway, detailed with excessive belting and straps lifting away from the body. The final outfit to feature, was a full orange metallic cord, including a ruffled strapless top, loose tailored trousers including silver zippers at the base, and a strappy shredded effect floor length coat, fastened at the neck.
    written by Lorna Tyler

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  • hauturely posted 3 photos 3 weeks, 4 days ago

    Timeless Ceremony, Uma Wang Spring Summer 2019 at Paris Fashion Week
    With an ambiance mixing the fragrance of incense and daylight sifted by the stained glass windows, Uma WANG presented his last collection in the walls of the Saint-Merry Church in the Parisian district of the Marais, known for being a place of the latest trends in Fashion.

    Calm reigns during the show with sweet ceremonial music, reminiscent of the Zen ambiance. The first silhouettes appear in a falsely unfinished pattern aesthetic, with simple fabrics, but very well constructed. This brings almost a sense of humility that is very discreet in the world of fashion, whose strong trend of the moment is devoted to flamboyant maximalism and streetwear. Off white color, set of crumpled linen and structured asymmetries, plus a touch of detail creates a look that can be described as semi-couture. We see a raw and minimal aesthetic that is very interesting in the sense that one appreciates the garment at its fair value and the details of sewing, without logo of apparent mark. Uma WANG leaves an architectural signature playing with overlays, as on an ecru set with carefully chosen buttons.

    If the beginning of the collection may look shy at first sight, Uma WANG surprises with the following silhouettes. Indeed, we notice a pleasant feeling of ascent in terms of color, patterns and materials that take more value. The “black” silhouettes show contrasts of light / dark, as on a long crossover coat adorned with a layer of crumpled fabric that adorns the back, like an unfinished cloak, before letting life appear with large flowers on noble dresses, which fly away thanks to the movement.

    The shoulders are easily stripped with a mustard dress embellished with flower motifs, or in a more geometric version with a contrast of fuchsia and white. The ornaments are also part of the XXL collar with colored ends that contrast with the gauze or tulle that sensually reveals the neck, as if to give an impression of chastity to this humble fashion woman who is peppered with grace and elegance to the Church.
    written by Youness Boumia

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  • hauturely posted 3 photos 3 weeks, 5 days ago

    Jasmine Spring Summer 2019 at New York Fashion Week
    Elegant, dainty and ethereal best describe the Jasmine Spring/Summer ‘19 collection debuted at Industria during NYFW. The collection captured the softness of femininity and brought the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens to the runway through unique butterfly and floral embellishments, intricate details, soft fabrics and flowy silhouettes.

    The audience of extremely eccentric mavens responded favorably to the lady-like fashions, as models gracefully cascaded down the runway. The collection consisted of feminine ready-to-wear sets and multi-length dresses in delicate fabrics such as organza and lace in soft pastel colors. Design details consisted of unique feather placement an intricate floral embroidery. Each look was accessorized with statement earrings and shoes encrusted with flower designs.

    In addition to the core collection, there was a show stopping finale. Models walked in angelic-like dresses in various shades of blue chiffon accented with large butterfly attachments. These finale dresses flowed so beautifully as models walked around a centerpiece of Lily’s set in the middle of the runway to close out the show.
    written by Aja Moore

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  • hauturely posted an update 4 weeks ago

    Nolcha Shows 2: Aranyani and KavenLiu Dimor Spring Summer 2019 at New York Fashion Week
    The second phase of the Nolcha Shows Spring/Summer ‘19 collective took place Friday evening at West Edge on the high line featuring the fine leather brand Aranyani and read-to-wear designer KavenLiu Dimor.

    Titled “Finding Your Roots”, Aranyan put on a mixed media presentation for their Spring/Summer ‘19 handbag collection. A video collective of cultural dancing from different countries played as models walked the runway. With each video transition, a new ethnic sound was introduced.

    The collection consisted of messenger bags, structured briefcases and a range of crossbody silhouettes all handcrafted in smooth leather. The design techniques and applications incorporated tribal/cultural influences which mirrored the visuals playing on the screen. Bag details included tribal printed overlay on bags and straps, abstract brush strokes, intricate crystal placement and color-blocking.

    The “Finding Your Roots” collection was natural, unique and culturally inclusive. The color palette was soft, incorporating earth tone hues. Blast from the past, KavenLiu Dimor added a futuristic flare to 1960’s workwear in her Spring/Summer ‘19 collection. Models
    looked like they walked off the set of “Mad Men” and straight onto the runway. The color palette was light using various shades of pastel colors and soft flesh tones in solids and plaid.

    Each piece was constructed in lightweight fabrics such as mesh and eyelet that flowed as models walked the runway. Every look was feminine, structured yet soft. Her use of deconstructed oxford shirts and tuxedo details on soft fabrics modernized workwear. A common theme across the collection were suits and sets; each accessorized with a pvc turban and quirky handbag.
    written by Aja Moore

    Click HERE to view the full Nolcha Shows Studio Spring Summer 2019 collection.
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  • hauturely posted an update 4 weeks, 1 day ago

    Nolcha Shows, Amnesia and Vitruvius Spring Summer 2019 at New York Fashion Week
    Nolcha Shows kicked off their Spring/Summer ’19 independent designer collective at West Edge in the Meatpacking District. Although the weather outside was dreary and gray, the presentations of designers Vitruvius, Hathairat & Amnesia brought fun, vibrancy and “Spring-Like” feels to the runway.

    The 5pm show began with designer Vitruvius showcasing evening wear with edge. Models walked the runway in gowns made up of luxe fabrics combined with novel materials such as PVC and metallic foil. Each look made a statement, with intricate design techniques, a play on proportion juxtaposition, origami & unique silhouettes. I loved the futuristic appeal this collection served and appreciated the rock influences which brought a new meaning to evening wear.

    Known for feminine ready-to-wear apparel, the Hathairat Spring/Summer ’19 collection exceeded expectations. The tone was East Coast country club due to the preppy style and fluidity of the garments. Each look was feminine and dainty, with scalloped hems, ruffles and bows. Silhouettes consisted of cropped blazers, dresses with empire waist details, wrapped dresses with lobster motifs and silk pants. The cohesiveness of this collection was impeccable with each look having the ability to easily transition a Hamptons to St. Tropez lifestyle.

    Logos and branding were at the forefront of the Amnesia Spring/Summer ‘19 collection. The color palette started off dark with pops of red and through the progression got lighter with the introduction of pink hues. The mix of patterns such as polka dots and stripes on sheer fabrics combined with leather brought edge to the apparel. The silhouettes were risqué and not for the faint of heart. Although edgy, the use of printed fabric and trim with Amnesia branding made the collection commercial.
    written by Aja Moore

    Click HERE to view the full Nolcha Shows Studio Spring Summer 2019 collection.
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