Between New York, London, Paris, and Milan, there’s a fashion week dedicated to serving hundreds of brands and designers around the world. These fashion week shows (both in-person and virtual) serve as the epicenter of trends and releases, highlighting the work of the most talented people in the fashion industry today. But for those who live and breathe bridal fashion, the highly anticipated events that happen each and every year are the New York Bridal Fashion Week shows. Twice a year, the latest collections, details, glamour, and styles get put front and center for brides and wedding lovers everywhere to
Less than a month after signing with IMG Models, Ella Emhoff has made her runway debut.
The stepdaughter of Vice President Kamala Harris and daughter of Doug Emhoff, 21, hit the runway for Proenza Schouler at New York Fashion Week on Thursday, modeling a trio of looks: a gray wool fluffy-collared coat and matching trousers, a shiny black leather trench coat and a sharp black pantsuit worn sans shirt.
The brand filmed the collection video two weeks ago at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill, New York.
It seems Emhoff, who captivated the fashion crowd with her crystal-embellished
NEW YORK, March 23, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The New York Fashion Tech Lab (NYFTLab), the leading program for women promoting fashion and retail-tech advancement, announced those selected for their eighth cohort today. The 2021 Lab Companies are comprised of 6 women-led, emerging technology companies who offer market ready solutions for the industry and beyond. These companies, selected by industry leaders, will participate in the Lab’s first fully virtual/digital Lab experience and join the Lab from Canada, Australia, Germany, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
Last year, due to the pandemic, many retailers had
American Design House, PRSVR is the standout Designer Brand at New York Fashion Week – especially during Black History Month.
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Fashion Week looks very different this season, with most designers choosing to present their collections through digital lookbooks and short films instead of traditional runway shows. But even after the pandemic subsides, New York Fashion Week isn’t likely to revert to its prior form. As BoF senior correspondent Chantal Fernandez reported in a BoF Professional article last week, the “unbundling” of New York Fashion Week has been happening for years.
”What worked 10, 15 years ago, doesn’t work today,” designer Jason Wu told BoF’s Imran Amed on this
New York Fashion Week is upon us, taking a mostly digital format this season. For many of us, a virtual fashion show doesn’t hold a candle to the thrills of the real thing – here, Vogue looks back on 35 years of special NYFW moments.
Jean-Michel Basquiat walks the Comme Des Garçons runway
Basquiat walking for Comme des Garçons in 1987.
© Photo: Courtesy of Comme des Garçons
In the late 1980s, Comme des Garçons held several fashion shows in New York City, peppering its runway with locals alongside models. For the brand’s spring 1987 collection, Rei Kawakubo cast the
MINNEAPOLIS (FOX 9) – New York Fashion Week is one of the biggest weeks in fashion. Among some of the biggest names in the industry, a Minneapolis-based designer hopes to use the platform for a good cause.
More than two and half years after launching his brand, Mohamed Malim is preparing for his global debut.
This month’s New York Fashion Week was primarily a virtual affair, with designers opting to release their collections via video or photo slideshows, but there was no shortage of buzz around the brands that did show.
One major moment was a surprise runway appearance at Proenza Schouler from newly minted IMG model Ella Emhoff (you may also know her as Vice President Kamala Harris’ stepdaughter who stole the inauguration fashion show in a sparkle-studded Miu Miu coat last month). Donning a relaxed-fit pantsuit — one of our favorite styles du jour — sans shirt, Emhoff, 21, rocked a hip mop
The state of fashion may seem a bit dreary these days, but New York Fashion Week launched its mostly-virtual showings with a somewhat surprising — and much needed — spring in its step, almost quite literally.
Of the first handful of brands to show during the week (which officially runs from February 18, though many of the usual names are showing beyond the calendar), many — including Ulla Johnson and Zero + Maria Cornejo — offered a kind of wardrobe that suggested an easing back into public life come fall.
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