Blondes proved once again that yes, they’re always up for more fun. Closing out this season of New York Fashion Week is a glittering event hosted by fashion’s most fun duo, David and Philip Blonde. was.
Returning to its metaphorical roots, this collection pays tribute to the brand’s finest moments in chain hardware. The fat model wasn’t afraid to overdo it, donning an “I Dream of Jeannie” style ponytail and sashaying down the catwalk, while the rapper’s girlfriend Saucy Santana responded to the roar of applause. More followed as fringes swayed from bodysuits, catsuits, jackets and gowns dazzlingly structured in Preciosa crystals and covered in chain-themed prints. The lovely sleek model offered a taste of the new limited-edition chain print ready-to-wear line of t-shirts, hoodies and leggings. Sarah Sears
On the final night of New York Fashion Week, California-born menswear designer Willie Chavarria felt nothing but elation. Hitters range from industry insiders like Thakoon and GQ EIC Will Welch to sophisticated aesthetics like rapper G-Eazy. Additionally, just a few days ago, Chavarria had received the 2022 National Design Award for Fashion Design from the Smithsonian Design Museum’s Cooper Hewitt. not bad.
Wearing clothes that draw equally strong inspiration from Chicano culture and Calvin Klein, Chavarria features exaggerated silhouettes and high waistlines, leaping off the wearer’s body like a peacock with its feathers spread. I like jackets. Entitled Please Rise, the new collection throws the designer’s casual staples into a whole new romantic dimension. Large blue and red rosettes adorn her sashed waist and shield crotch, and the dramatic train spills out behind at least one of her key ensembles.
The Peter Pan collar that adorns Chavarria’s black cropped cloak has a thrilling ’70s surplus, and despite its past charm, the collection was a very distinctive Chavarria. When the designer came out to wave to the audience, he received the loudest applause I’ve heard this week. Helen Holmes
Why settle for ordinary when you can be extraordinary? Jackson Wiederhoft is Wiederhoft’s theatrically fun, saucy and glamorous designer whose Wednesday show combines theater, dance and fashion with his performances and fashion on Mulberry Street where he combines the YMCA’s dazzling ballet and standing his closed with an ovation.
In the Dracula-themed goth drama, models and dancers wore brightly colored corsets and dazzling gowns. Oversized long hooded opera His coat had a variety of textures, a bare crinoline Her cage adorned her model with an angelic corset, and puffy taffeta and tulle were used for skirts and frocks. rice field. The collection and show were a reminder of the simple fun and beauty of dressing up. Sarah Sears
Practical and functional, A-Company’s new collection of professional attire, released Wednesday, skipped the unnecessary frills and excess features. Collection VIII It’s a return to what it truly means to wear to work, while incorporating the more relaxed fit that’s starting to let millennials and Gen Zers flourish in the corporate environment.
According to A–Company’s NYFW press release, the brand sought to address the disappearance of ties and tights in the workplace. Neither of the iconic items, which have been accused of being too rigid and unwieldy, were incorporated into any of the pieces.
The look brought business attire into a modern, non-gender-conforming era.A line focused on opacity and transparency. Soft tones, loose suit jackets, trench coats and chinos were clearly intended for professional work. However, the silky, delicate texture hindered an aesthetic that was too stiff or angular, and eased its versatility. Brooke Lee Howard