NYFW

#WhoIsShe: Faces of NYFW

As we flock from show to show, Fashion Week starts to not only feel like one big blur, but it can start to look like one too. While some might pine for a glimpse of a Hadid or pray that another Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell situation might majestically appear riding in on the high-horse of a dream, inst

Eckhaus Latta AW18: To Bushwick & Beyond

The rain fell in steady sheets this past Saturday afternoon turning the potholes and fractured concrete off of Bushwick’s Jefferson Avenue Subway stop into literal reasons to leap, skip and jump all the way to Eckhaus Latta’s AW 2018 show (at least for those of us not in heels). Getting off the trai ...

Kim Shui AW18: New Extremes

Kim Shui once told me that, “if you’re not living your brand, it doesn’t make sense.” The designer’s background firmly roots her to a culture of globalism and for her first runway show this past Saturday, she didn’t stray far from this definitive ethos. Staged in an empty art gallery on 14th Street, ...

Sandy Liang AW18: Close to Home

Usually when I’ve got plans to go to Mission Chinese Food, I don’t wear white or jeans that don’t expand when I become uncomfortably stuffed after inhaling a serving of the salt-cod fried rice; but yesterday was an exception. Debuting her FW 2018 collection, Sandy Liang, turned the haven for con ...

Luar AW18: In Conversation with the Self

In an interview with Vogue Italia, Raul Lopez, the Dominican born, New York City raised designer of Luar, once said that without music and art, there is no fashion. Referring to these three cultural pillars as the “holy trinity”, he called upon the divine as he brought his AW 2018 collection to ...

Sanchez Kane AW18: “Find Your Group of Misfits & Levitate Together”

Mexican born designer, Barbara Sanchez Kane, moves fluidly and forthright as she navigates this culture of globalism that we are seemingly moving towards, but she is not blind to the fact that these changes in thought and culture have not yet swept the place she knows to be home. In her second s