NYFWM: SHOWS

NYFWM was its first go round, and for some, it was their first time hearing about some of the brands presented this year. Without the hype of the Mercedez-Benz Fashion Week that attracted some of the well known designer brands - the overall experience seemed much more intimate. It was easy to tell that there was fresh curiosity in viewing the collections for the Spring/Summer '16 season!

Here is my take on some of the collections from this year! 


BlackFist Label

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BLACKFIST Label was the epitome of a Fashion Goon Squad. Everything about it screamed REBELLIOUS AND UNRULY. 

BLACKFIST Label was the epitome of a Fashion Goon Squad. Everything about it screamed REBELLIOUS AND UNRULY. 


CAMO

Comfort meets sleek and modern. Utility outfits. #CAMO 

Comfort meets sleek and modern. Utility outfits. #CAMO 


Matthew Miller

Matthew Miller S/S 16 Collection was disruptively balanced - capturing nonconformity with the use of luxury garments. 

Matthew Miller S/S 16 Collection was disruptively balanced - capturing nonconformity with the use of luxury garments. 


Maiden Noir

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Clean and simple urban pieces with luxe casual touches. #MaidenNoir  

Clean and simple urban pieces with luxe casual touches. #MaidenNoir  


Park & Ronen

Photo courtesy: newyorkfashionweeklive

Photo courtesy: newyorkfashionweeklive

Parke and Ronen S/S 16 show displayed contemporary pieces that brought back 70s nostalgia with vibrant prints/patterns. 

Parke and Ronen S/S 16 show displayed contemporary pieces that brought back 70s nostalgia with vibrant prints/patterns. 


CMMN

Loose fitted neutrals seamlessly transitioning from winter to spring. #CMMN  

Loose fitted neutrals seamlessly transitioning from winter to spring. #CMMN  


GYPSY SPORT

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Gypsy Sport's collection was eclectic, sporty, and unorthadox -- tribal inspired accessories and futurist prints. 

Gypsy Sport's collection was eclectic, sporty, and unorthadox -- tribal inspired accessories and futurist prints.