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Lela Rose Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week
A Lela Rose presentation is always an event. Not the type of event bogged down by privileged front-row patrons, or one that is a damning reflection on the ills of society. No, a Lela Rose event is there to provide fantasy, whimsy, and a delicious cocktail or two served on demand while the spectacle of her latest collection plays out. Lela Rose, the designer behind the eponymous brand, began her career in fashion in 1996 when, after finishing her work at Parson’s School of Design in New York City, she launched the line our of her apartment. Working mostly with private clients for the first five years, Lela Rose garnered popular recognition after she designed the outfits worn by the Bush daughters to the 2001 Presidential inauguration. Soon after, Rose expanded her brand extensively to upscale retailers Bergdorf Goodman and Neiman Marcus, and can now call Jessica Alba, Selma Blair, and the Olsen twins among famous clientele.
This season, on the same day that the official Westminster Dog Show would later take place elsewhere in the city, Rose’s team transformed the space for the presentation into the “Roseminster Dog Show;” there was a white picket fence surrounding beautifully manicured astroturf, event announcers Jenna Bush and Robert Verdi on hand to provide witty and enjoyable commentary, in addition to judges, placards separating the looks into groups, and the final judge, Ms. Rose, herself. These three groups (“Non-Working Group,” “Ladies Who Lunch,” and “Cocktail Companions”) showcase three distinct groups of looks, all of which could fit comfortably in any of these groups. With necklines high and hems low, Rose’s silhouettes epitomized modesty and embraced all things feminine in soft, rich textiles. Boxy wool plaid coats, thick cable knit sweaters in caramels and hunter green hues, and an array of bright floral dresses appeared perfectly suited for the event. Delightful details, like a string of pearls along the collar of a red trouser/sweater coordinate, or the dachshund print silk ivory pantsuit, made for a charming collection that was as elegant as it was chic.
And of course, the adorable dogs! As a self proclaimed dog lover, Rose featured some of the most in-demand talent in the industry: Riley Bean, of Instagram fame, was featured alongside professional show dogs and other famous pups. Beagles, Basset Hounds, Brittanys, and a variety of Spaniels, are just a few of the delightful breeds to have “walked” in the show, each complimenting the wide variety of offerings by the designer.
written by Francis Lamar
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hauturely posted 4 photos 16 hours, 46 minutes 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 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.
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hauturely posted 4 photos 17 hours, 32 minutes 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 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.
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hauturely posted 4 photos 2 weeks, 1 day ago
Moon Choi Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week
Moon Choi decided to have her self-named brand headquartered in New York, a very popular choice for many fashion labels. She graduated with a BFA from Parsons School of Design, one of the top fashion schools in New York City. Being a more recent graduate, designer Choi has only had her label for 3 years. After college she gained experience working at 3.1 Phillip Lim.
For her Fall Winter 2019 collection she has decided to give a fashion presentation instead of a runway show. This season she gave us the impression of minimalism with using natural color tones and without using jewles or embelishments on the pieces. She presented looks for both men and women as many of the pieces in the collection are unisex. Choi put a lot of time, attention and detail into each of her pieces. Each look is well thought out and flows together nicely. The designer is known for impeccable tailoring, so she of course showed this talent off in the collection. Shoulder pads were added to several of the pieces to make stronger silhouettes. The collection had elements of masculinity and femininity that flowed together. These features added plain details to the looks and contributed to the minimal theme while still making the collection feel high end and designer.
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hauturely posted 4 photos 2 weeks, 2 days ago
Romeo Hunte Fall Winter 2019 during New York Fashion Week
Designer Romeo Hunte was raised in Brooklyn, New York. Growing up, living in New York, knowing he wanted to work in fashion and become a designer, he of course chose to attend the top fashion school in the United States, The Fashion Institute of Technology. While working as a personal shopper, in 2014 he launched his self named brand. Celebrities like Zendaya, Beyoncé, Victor Cruz, Laverne Cox and Hailey Baldwin are all fans of Hunte, his brand and designs.
The most fun thing about the show was a couple models who were seen holding dogs and carrying them down the runway. Presenting not only womenswear, Hunte also presented several menswear looks. Colors of red, pink, purple, orange, blue denim, khaki, white, black and brown were used. Snake skin, furs and leathers were added throughout the collection which made it feel luxurious and high end. What I loved most about this collection is Hunt presented to us exactly what we want to wear in the fall. It was realistic and relatable. Fringe details were added to overalls, pants and tops, which added a fun and playful twist on a classic item. Our favorite part of the collection was the trendy and stylish outerwear, something Hunte is known for.
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