Always the grand finale… The Blonds. Keeping it theme oriented, we’re always anxious to know what the models will stomp out in. This season was inspired by cats. We loved the city blazer and pants, and the graffiti skirt. Couldn’t get over how badass the wigs were. Thanks for the closer show, David and Phillipe!
Honestly, The Art Institute runway is always a spectacle. The top designers from AI schools around the country are flown to NYC, and debut a capsule collection. We were instantly smitten with several of the designs, starting with reds, and ending with our friend Michael Doyle’s all-black ensembles. Hard to pick a fav look out of all of these, but what’s yours?!
Smashing slits at Sophie Theallet this season. We were absolutely obsessed with each and every pattern that came down the runway. Awesome asymmetry and lust-worthy furs made for a great collection to look forward to for Fall/Winter! Now just to get our hands on that finale dress and we’re set
Basic-wear with a twist. Karolyn Pho launched a line with liquid leathers and simple black must-haves (like that feather lined slip.) The gold dress was a statement piece, but the sandals brought it all back to reality. When Pho walked out, you could see why cool and casual is her go-to!
We’re totally digging this whole sexy functional menswear trend that we’ve been seeing all over NYFW this season. Patrik Ervell stuck with blacks and blues, which we always love. A very cohesive collection. This is how all you outdoorsy men should be dressed!
P.S. Patrik.. such a babe.
Metallics were a strong trend this season for both menswear and womenswear, and Katya Leonovich’s collection was filled with those lust-worthy shiny pieces we were looking for. This collection speaks for itself, as it’s way more over the top than most other collections that we’ve posted thus far. So, take it in, and enjoy!
This is our first time seeing the Ohne Titel collection, and we were in awe of how wearable and comfortable it all was, while still being completely badass. This is what we call color palette success… black, white, burgundy, and blue. Oh, and let’s not ignore those metal-esque thigh-highs. Holy moly. Fell very in love with a lot of these pieces. Especially that half leather sweater. Dope.
Joshua and Lawrence always put on quite the production for the Rochambeau presentations at Milk Studios! This year a beaten up car sat in the middle of the space, and two sexy race car girls waving the classic black and white flag framed the stadium where the boys rocked their looks. Black and red… always a fan.