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Rosie Assoulin Fall 2017

The Gallery 2 at Skylight at Clarkson Square was transformed into an old-fashioned tea-room for Rosie Assoulin’s Fall 2017 presentation. There were Persian rugs and coffee tables set with tiered trays of Syrian pastries and tea. As for the collection, she offered oversized, ruffled shirting, sweeping midi skirts, and […]

Calvin Klein Fall 2017

With the big debut of Raf Simons’ first Calvin Klein fall 2017 collection, Simons celebrated America, showcasing the entire Fall 2017 men’s and women’s collection titled “Parade”, designed alongside his right hand man and Calvin’s new creative directow, Peter Mulier. Artist Sterling Ruby, transformed Calvin Klein’s 39th Street […]

Coach 1941 RTW Fall 2016

This season a basketball court was the stage where the tough, yet sweetly nostalgic Coach 1941 girl played out her look. Stuart Vevers’ biggest focus was the varsity jacket, which he reimagined in oversize and cropped versions — gussying them up with sport-inspired logos and Coach insignias. These were worn over […]

Rodarte RTW Fall 2016

A fashion expression of San Francisco freedom and creativity fueled Kate and Laura Mulleavy’s fall collection. Slim, tea-length dresses sectioned into collagelike panels of hand-beaded and hand-painted guipure lace with floral and bird accents were dreamy examples of the designers’ imaginative eveningwear with a homespun touch. Other pretty dresses featured […]

Yeezy Season 3 RTW Fall 2016

Kanye West showed his third collection for Yeezy, yesterday at the Madison Square Garden with the drop of his seventh album “The Life of Pablo”. If the event wasn’t a concert, it wasn’t really a fashion show either. There were hundreds of “performers,” most of them African-American or of mixed race, wearing the new […]

BCBG MAX AZRIA RTW Fall 2016

Folkloric patterns and artful layering gave a modernist gypsy spirit to BCBG Max Azria’s fall 2016 collection. The styling served to compound the spirit of kooky creativity, but the individual pieces — such as a color-blocked kimono sweater and a long, pinstriped shirtdress with a handkerchief hem — were cut with commercial control.