rosetta getty | pre-fall 2015

rosetta getty | pre-fall 2015

  For her first pre-fall appearance, Rosetta Getty further developed the relaxed, sophisticated aesthetics of her eponymous label into cool and classic vibes, drawing on inspirations from architect Louis Kahn and artist Louise Bourgeois with a salute to the simplicity…

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adam lippes | pre-fall 2015

adam lippes | pre-fall 2015

  Designer Adam Lippes has tapped into the underlying current of architectural influence this season for a Pre-Fall 2015 collection exuding editorial value and season-neutral timelessness. And while his designs might have emerged from the modern works of Japanese architect…

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proenza schouler | pre-fall 2015

proenza schouler | pre-fall 2015

  Proenza Schouler’s Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough opted for a more reminiscent Pre-Fall 2015 collection, focusing this season on revisiting a few favorite looks from the past, while introducing new, more experimental ideas. Pre-collections, after all, supply the perfect…

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balenciaga | spring 2015

balenciaga | spring 2015

  Alexander Wang took Spring 2015 as his opportunity to break free from the reverent tones of the iconic Cristóbal Balenciaga and previous creative director Nicolas Ghesquière, which he had attentively pursued throughout the collections since his onboarding. This season,…

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rodarte | spring 2015

rodarte | spring 2015

After last season’s blatant Stars Wars motif, Rodarte’s designers Laura and Kate Mulleavy rebounded with a Spring 2015 collection filled with stunning imagery and an enchanting utilitarian workmanship. Though underlying themes explored a fantastical underwater life, the true majesty of…

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Jonathan Liang: God of Wonders

Jonathan Liang: God of Wonders

Paris-based designer Jonathan Liang took a stroll through the galaxies with his eponymous label’s Fall/Winter 2014 collection. Drawing inspiration from a god of wonders, the cosmonaut, he produced an adventure of fashion traveling through space, time and the deep cosmos. “For…

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A Moment with Katya Leonovich

A Moment with Katya Leonovich

It must be stated that Katya Leonovich is a designer who demonstrates her poetic prowess from season to season. While achieving complex techniques with textures and construction, her Fall/Winter 2014 collection can be described as futuristic fantasy meets 60’s nostalgia —…

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A Moment with GEORGINE

A Moment with GEORGINE

Georgine Ratelband renounces the glamour she’s clung onto tightly with her Fall/Winter 2014 collection, which is altogether more structured and Shakespeare-inspired. Chock full of eye-catching furs and tailored silhouettes, the eponymous brand focuses on functional and everyday designs with a…

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A Moment with Karolyn Pho

A Moment with Karolyn Pho

Paper or plastic? I desperately wanted to ask Karolyn Pho, the bubbly and talented designer and ex-girlfriend of Shia Lebeouf (who recently wore a paper bag over his head on the red carpet), but I held my tongue and got straight…

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The Interview: Karolyn Pho

The Interview: Karolyn Pho

When I first met Karolyn Pho, it was at her debut Spring/Summer 2014 presentation in New York City’s West Village Makebish Gallery. Soon after being introduced, we quickly bonded over how she incorporated latex as a detail into one of…

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The Interview: Jennifer Chun

The Interview: Jennifer Chun

Designer Jennifer Chun has much to give. Having started her label in fall 2010, Chun and her small team has managed to attract a lot of wonderful publicity, as well as landing a major spot on Saks.com. Her work, having…

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NYFW Street Style: Day 4 (Fresh Style!)

NYFW Street Style: Day 4 (Fresh Style!)

New York Fashion Week continues to remain strong with shows (including my favorites Pyer Moss and Victoria Beckham) demonstrating the best of what’s to come in men and women’s fashion for Spring/Summer 2014. However, it’s not all rainbows and sunshine for…

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