For his New York Fashion Week debut, Geoffrey Mac presented his Fall/Winter 2012 collection yesterday at Exit Art in Manhattan’s Midtown West, and was it a show! The extreme beehive. The sharp shoulders. The leather detailing. Left. Me. Dying.
With the combination of dramatic makeup with Mac’s edgy, retro-meets-modern structured designs, the show made a definite statement. That women can be strong and powerful and flirtatious and feminine — the woman who would wear a multi-colored latex skirt and Madonna-esqe shoulders. The collection truthfully portrayed Mac’s design aesthetics and favored the wardrobe of any fashionista in need of some flair.
I enjoyed every second and hope you do as well.
– Brent Ramsey, Executive Editor