Alessandro Dell’Acqua shifted gears to include logos, classic tailoring, and prints. N°21 is setting the bar askew with a new angle discovered in how menswear should be approached for the modern man.
This fall is all about layering, making a statement, and balance. You donʼt have to be over-the-top; however,…
Taking inspiration from the film Dressed To Kill, we see, designer Alessandro Dell’Acqua present his N°21 Autumn/Winter ‘19 Women’s collection with thrills of color set against a palette of classic black and nudes we are mesmerized with wearable wardrobe options that possess an elite flair.
For his N°21 Autumn/Winter 2019 Men’s collection, designer Alessandro Dell’Acqua drew inspiration from “Querelle de Brest,” a film of mystery and passion.
Sachika went back to their core roots as designers and proves it’s okay to be the ‘Black Sheep’. Their latest collection was showcased at the OUE SKYSPACE in the US bank Tower, Downtown Los Angeles, CA on the 70th Floor on October 22, 2018 closing #LAFW.
Bohemian Society Creative Director, Victor Wilde’s SS2019 collection closed LAFW with one of the most inclusive and unapologetically curated runway shows we’ve ever seen in Los Angeles to date.
Flying Solo presents their annual fashion show showcasing 70 designers from all over the world. The runway show highlighted over 340 looks inspired by space-age exploration and breaking borders full of romance, edginess, bold colors and superb tailoring.
Creative duo Jaxon Yang and Nina Cuso presented their debut collection at Pier 59 on Saturday, February 10, 2018, with an eponymous label, JXY n’ Cuso during New York Fashion Week.
During the Concept Korea runway, the two Korean designers, Greedilous and LIE, showcased their Fall/Winter 2018 collection at Spring Studios, Gallery 1. The show hosted by the Korea Creative Content Agency (KOCCA) making this their seventeenth year at New York Fashion Week.