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All Comes From Nothing Fall 2018: Love Is the Only Gold

NEW YORK FASHION WEEK/ — The brainchild of Eva Xu, the label All Comes From Nothing (ACFN) came from a desire to create a more personal women’s wear line for creative lifestyles. And for Fall 2018, Xu sent out puffer coats, lots of red, metallics, geometric shapes and velvet on …
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Stella Nolasco Fall 2018: A Phoenix Rising

NEW YORK FASHION WEEK/ — Using the catwalk as a political platform is nothing new, but Stella Nolasco’s political stance on the runway is a call to action to help her native Puerto Rico which is still from recovery from the devastation of Hurricane Maria. Stella was working on her …
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Dan Liu Fall 2018: I Am Woman, Hear Me Roar

NEW YORK FASHION WEEK / — With the collection titled “The Spy Who Loved Me,” it was fitting that the soundtrack featured a piano rendition of the soundtrack of the famed James Bond film. With a pale pink trench coat ensemble opening the show, the look accessorized with black leather …
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Son Jung Wan Fall 2018: Way to Extreme

NEW YORK FASHION WEEK/ — While snowboarders at the 2018 Winter Olympics battle in this extreme sport, Korean-born designer Son Jung Wan takes fashionistas to the “80s Extreme” as she proposed dramatic volumes and soft curved silhouettes in the most luxe looks created with Maximalism in mind. Pop and funky …
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Custo Barcelona Fall 2018: Yes, This is Me!

NEW YORK FASHION WEEK / — Designed for women wanting to freely express their individuality, the Custo Barceloan Fall/Winter 2018 collection is for the self-assured woman. Not for the faint of heart, the collection seeks to create a unique wardrobe for new generations of women who are betting on themselves …
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Brock Collection Fall 2018: Romance is Timeless

NEW YORK FASHION WEEK/ — ” We believe in the notion that romance is timeless,” said design duo Laura Vassar Brock and Kristopher Brock on their press notes for Fall 2018. And to make that point, they sent silhouettes that echoes elements from the Regency era to the golden age …
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Beaufille Fall 2018: The Masculine and the The Feminine

NEW YORK FASHION WEEK/ — At first glance, the Beaufille Fall/Winter 2018 collection seemingly took inspiration from men’s garments. But, at closer look, it is more of a juxtaposition of both the masculine and the feminine, like the yin and the yang with their symbiotic and individualistic approach. Literally translated …
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Amehl Fall 2018: Fifth of Many

NEW YORK FASHION WEEK/ — Inspired by vintage ice skating costumes, the Amehl Fall/Winter 2018 collection has taken its cue from the ongoing Olympic Winter Games in Pyeongchang. With the presentation of awards and medals as the theme, the label’s founder Amanda Mehl proposed wild and experimental looks that are …
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Christian Siriano Fall 2018: Celebrating a Decade of Fashion

NEW YORK FASHION WEEK / — Has it been 10 years when Christian Siriano was pronounced the winner of Project Runway? Well, it is… and Christian Siriano had gone from strength to strength since he took the fashion world by storm. For his 10-year anniversary, Siriano regaled his fans with …
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Tory Burch Fall 2018: Romanticism is the Key

NEW YORK FASHION WEEK/ — In her own words, designer Tory Burch said that “Romanticism defines the Fall/Winter 2018 collection,” describing it as “from Lee Radziwill’s effortless style to a field of carnations inspired by the drama of Pina Bausch’s Nelken…” “Feminine layers mixed with classic tailoring, a modern take …