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NYFW: ROMEO HUNTE SS/20

Romeo Hunte is always fascinated with a juxtaposition formality vision throughout his collections. This seasons concept is based upon business street attire; changing the narrative of orthodox uniform. In with, collegiate references, inspired by the vast variety of university students and their every day ensembles. Launching the versatility of business …
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MrHua MrsHua by NiuNiu Chou Spring 2020: Male Left Female Right #NYFW

Into an ambient atmosphere came the latest collection from Chinese brand MRHUA MRSHUA by NiuNiu Chou. ‘Male left female right of MIX’ was a fitting name for artistic designer NiuNiu Chou’s Spring/Summer 2020 collection as a multitude of male and female silhouettes poured onto the runway from an array of …
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Supima Design Competition 2019: Yoohyeon Kim, SCAD

Yoohyeon Kim was always an artist. From a young age she was expressing her artistic vision through drawing and painting and when she stumbled across fashion Kim new that this was the medium to help bring her artistic vision and thoughts to life. With no formal fashion training, outside of …
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Supima Design Competition 2019: Ishwari Vijh, FIT

A recent graduate of the Fashion Institute of Technology, Ishwari Vijh learned about fashion in her hometown of Jalandhar Punjab, India and realized she wanted a career in fashion. With a little help from Grandma teaching Vijh some sewing basics like threading a needle, Vijh was left to figure the …
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Supima Design Competition 2019: Isabel Hajian, RISD

A recent graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, Isabel Hajian has been interested in fashion since the age of five. Not quite sure what spurred her interest, Hajian was sure of one thing, that she would dedicate herself to learning the ways of fashion design. So Hajian set …
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Supima Design Competition 2019: Illene Martoseno, FIDM

As with most young girls growing up, Illene Martoseno loved to play dress up and draw. But her hobbies soon grew into a passion and Martoseno decided that a career in fashion design was the only path to bring her creativity to life. After taking some drawing and sewing classes …