Perry Ellis Fall 2017 Review

February 8, 2017

Perry Ellis was a fashion designer who left behind a profound legacy that would stand for excellence in American fashion and influence in the company of other greats like Marc Jacobs to Tom Ford. The brand has changed considerably since…

Zachary Prell

Dark, brooding colors and plush materials were omnipresent at Zachary Prell’s Fall 2017 presentation held in an open space at Skylight Clarkson Studios in lower Manhattan. The mood was vibrant with pulsing music, but the clothes were somber. Stoic models…

Raf Simons Fall 2017 Review

February 7, 2017

Politics has converged with fashion in a way that it hasn’t in more than a decade. With the recent election of Donald Trump to the U.S. presidency, many from within and outside fashion have expected designers to take a strong…

Jeffrey Rüdes Fall 2017 Review

February 6, 2017

Jeffrey Rüdes knows how to throw a party. Though he had already showed his latest collection in Paris more than a week prior, an early evening event in his Soho store with racks of gorgeous clothes and unlimited glasses of…

Brett Johnson

February 5, 2017

Part showroom, part art gallery, part meeting space for the creative set, Cadillac House in Manhattan’s tony Soho neighborhood provided the airy space for Brett Johnson’s Fall 2017 presentation. This outing marked Johnson’s third time participating at New York Fashion…

Meet SIX Star Edwin Hodge

February 3, 2017

portrait by michael becker photography Edwin Hodge can be seen in the NEW History Channel military drama series “SIX,” which premiered on January 18. Navy SEAL Team Six attempt to eliminate a Taliban leader in Afghanistan when they discover an American…

The State of the Fashion Party

February 2, 2017

The contemporary fashion party is in flux with no small thanks to technological advancements. If Studio 54-era New York City was defined by shots of glistening, Halston-clad members of the perpetual party circuit dancing into the wee hours, the modern…

Nick Graham

February 1, 2017

For people of a certain age (mine specifically, but Millenials in general), there are a few cultural touchstones for which they hold an almost otherworldly sense of reverence, touchstones that manage to stir up comfortable memories of the 90s’ comparative…

Samuelsohn Fall 2017 Review

January 31, 2017

Beneath the commanding glass-and-concrete facade of The Standard High Line hotel, the ice rink usually reserved for cold weather fun was adopted for an altogether different purpose. Nearly two dozen models stood in formation gliding over the frozen surface scratched…

Capsule New York: The Future of Fashion

January 26, 2017

On Pier 94 on Manhattan’s far west side, the Capsule show is pushing some of the most exciting new menswear brands to the forefront. The annual industry trade presentation, launched in 2007, was designed to encourage networking among the many…

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