Category // Designer

Marie Claire presented the Next Big Thing Concept Shop, a combination of emerging technologies and innovative virtual concepts that could arguably be the future or retail technology.

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Lisa N Hoang was the youngest designer ever to be invited by IMG to present at the official NYFW: The Shows. Join us backstage as share part of her journey from ambitious underdog to the latest rendition in an industry of successful Asian-American designers.

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Day Two of NYFW was stock full of presentations from a collection of new and established designers and full of high energy as we went from Paris to Cape Verde to Vietnam and back.

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Day One of NYFW got off to a kind of slow start, which was perfect as we were able to meet designer Gail Travis of NFP and chat a little about the changes to fashion week and more.

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Just like Women’s Fashion Week in September and February, New York Fashion Week Men’s has quite a bit of street style to behold and not just from men. Take a look at some of the pics from street style photographer M.C. Connor as well as the Nick Graham SS18 Presentation.

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Tara & Co held a mini-launch event in New York City to support their Indiegogo campaign and show off their beautiful handbags.

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Evolving Sustainable Apparel hopes to be a resource for designers, manufacturers, & consumers to create more sustainable business models and buying decisions. Esabitchin 2017, part popup, concert, fashion show and party definitely is a right step in that direction.

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Two couture designers to highlight an amazing week of fashion. Both Gemy Maalouf and Irina Vitjaz tailor the pieces were imagine we wear as young princesses and demand to wear as mature queens. See a little more about their artistry and beauty.

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Women’s rights, Trumpets and International fashion? They have more in common than expected thanks to presentations by Mara Hoffman and the CAAFD.

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