• Death to Tennis SS19 Was a Cacophony of Color

    4 monthes ago - By Hypebeast

    New York's Death to Tennis showcased its loudest collection to date for Spring/Summer 2019, offering a variety of sportswear-influenced gear elevated by extremely bright colors. Bold yellow shirts, red pants, navy jackets and orange parkas appeared throughout, bolstered by playful stripe and paint splatter patterns, the former of which was inflected with various minute polo players. Color blocking yields dramatic contrast across tracksuits and split shirting, with illustrative branding adding depth to the color-drenched layering pieces. The collection culminates with a massive coat made up...
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  • Parke & Ronen Spring Summer 2019: New York Fashion Week

    Parke & Ronen Spring Summer 2019: New York Fashion Week

    4 monthes ago - By Fashion Week

    Parke & Ronen NYFW FW19
    Represented by Agentry PR.
    Spring Summer 2019 collection draws its inspiration from the inimitable natural beauty of the Malibu landscape, combined with the synthetic beauty of LA culture as imagined during its over-the-top '80s heyday.
    Parke & Ronen: NYFW FW19
    We're picturing the cool-kid skater boy meets the preening peacock from Muscle Beach, with a healthy dose of the Hollywood hustler's bravado thrown on top.
    In other words, a fantasy world where you could never look too fit or too tan, where ten-hour pool parties would spill over into late night romps on the...
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  • Linder Spring Summer 2019: New York Fashion Week Men's

    Linder Spring Summer 2019: New York Fashion Week Men's

    4 monthes ago - By Fashion Week

    Linder NYFW FW19
    Represented by Purple PR.
    Linder Menswear Spring Summer 2019 continues the story of the previous collection, which dealt with acceptance of one's self, coming out, and revealing the inner life of a gay man-after shedding the exterior shell of imposed masculinity.
    After this step the door opens to fantasies, hopes and questions about legacy, future, love, companionship, and resiliency.
    Linder: NYFW FW19
    The designer continues:
    “My mother's lineage goes back to a Dutch immigrant who in the 1800s migrated through Germany to start life in America. In the collection there is a...
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  • Bristol Studio Spring Summer 2019: New York Fashion Week

    Bristol Studio Spring Summer 2019: New York Fashion Week

    4 monthes ago - By Fashion Week

    Bristol Studio NYFW FW19
    Represented by Sandrine Charles Consulting.
    SS-19 explores one of the key questions that Bristol Studio is founded upon: can a sport be considered a form of art?
    To take the question even further, where do the lines between sport and art blur? This collection consists of sportswear staples - sweats, track suits, and basketball shorts - reimagined.
    Bristol Studio: NYFW FW19
    Heavyweight mesh and lightweight mesh are juxtaposed on shorts; sweats are deconstructed (and reversible, a nod to a classic practice jerseys); track suits are elevated through adept tailoring...
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  • Feng Chen Wang Spring Summer 2019: New York Fashion Week

    Feng Chen Wang Spring Summer 2019: New York Fashion Week

    4 monthes ago - By Fashion Week

    Feng Chen Wang NYFW FW19
    Represented by Purple PR.
    Who is your other half?
    Is it a person? Is it your career? Or is it something else? These are the questions which are at the forefront of Feng Chen Wang's mind for Spring/Summer 2019.
    This season, the designer continues her exploration of human connection, though this time she looks inwards, not outwards, focusing on the things that ‘complete' us.
    Feng Chen Wang: NYFW FW19
    ‘Half' is the word of the season, appearing in text on baseball caps, but in less literal ways too- throughout the collection, two items of clothing merge to become one...
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  • Ricardo Seco Spring Summer 2019: New York Fashion Week Men's

    Ricardo Seco Spring Summer 2019: New York Fashion Week Men's

    4 monthes ago - By Fashion Week

    Ricardo Seco NYFW FW19
    Represented by Paula Rosado PR.
    Mexico has always been visionary, an open and friendly country towards the world.
    A clear example of this global vision were the activities behind the image and design of the 1968 Olympics, when Mexico showcased its best face to the world.
    The person in charge of these tasks was the Architect Pedro Ramirez Vasquez who brought together a team of professionals from different disciplines such as Eduardo Terrazas who worked in New York, and he invites Lance Wyman who had just finished his career at Pratt Institute, and also Peter Murdoch...
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