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Artistic Ingenuity on the BCBG Runway

Feb 11, 2016  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Max and Lubov Azria’s BCBG Fall 2016 was a beautiful respite from the traditionally feminine pieces that the brand is known for. This season felt fresh with an architecturally-designed line of asymmetrical sweaters, raw denim, patchwork knits and angular cuts. The use of unexpected fabrics like gold Lurex and funky pieces like slashed leggings gave the line a youthful, almost rebellious vibe.

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A Collection Embodying the Absence of Light

Feb 10, 2016  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

It would be a mistake to think that major brands are the highlight of NYFW. Hidden amongst the Alexander Wangs and Ralph Laurens there’s an entire subcategory of up-and-coming names that are showcasing some truly conceptual designs. Katie Gallagher’s Fall/Winter 2016 collection, Veiled, is a monochromatic line of black silk, lambskin, buckskin, pony hair, velvet and lace that captures the originality that some of the more seasoned designers are lacking.

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A Comfortable, Complex Collection by Billy Reid

Feb 4, 2016  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

Billy Reid is known for his work with fabric and designs that reflect his Southern American roots. For his Fall/Winter 2016 menswear collection, he offered up an elevated look at his long-running aesthetic. The line felt easy, simple and effortless. A focus on cut and fabric removed the need for accessories or hardware, and each look that came out onto the runway looked more comfortable then the last.

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Public School Stages Runway Show on the Streets of Manhattan

Feb 3, 2016  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

Fans, followers and fashion students were among the first to see the Public School Fall/Winter 2016 collection yesterday morning, as brand designers and co-founders Maxwell Osborne and Dao-Yi Chow staged a makeshift show on the side walk around Milk Studios.

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Opening Ceremony Gives Street Style a Neo-Futuristic Makeover

Feb 2, 2016  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

In recent years, men’s style has gained quite a following. Now it’s almost impossible to hit the streets of Men’s Fashion Week without seeing a hoard of well-groomed gents peacocking outside. Designers Humberto Leon and Carol Lim of Opening Ceremony are tapping into the growing market with a conceptual collection inspired by the works of Syd Mead, a neo-futuristic artist who has designed for Sci-Fi films like Tron, Blade Runner and Aliens.

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Edmund Ooi’s Vision for School Uniforms of the Future

Feb 2, 2016  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

“I’m thinking about the student of the future and played on the idea of the uniform,” said Edmund Ooi of his Fall/Winter 2016 collection. Shown yesterday during New York Fashion Week: Men’s, Ooi's latest collection was inspired by the school boys of tomorrow, but nothing felt futuristic or kitschy, it was a down-to-earth look at what men might be wearing a few hundred years from now—or more realistically—next winter.

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Jean Paul Gaultier Goes Clubbing on the Catwalk

Jan 29, 2016  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

Jean Paul Gaultier is good at putting on a show. Sometimes it upstages his designs and other times it takes a backseat to his sartorial presentation, but there’s no denying the entertainment value of it. This season he was inspired by the infamous ‘80s Parisian nightclub Le Palace, so naturally, he recreated the club on his Spring 2016 couture catwalk.

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Zuhair Murad Cages His Fairy Tale Models in Couture

Jan 29, 2016  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

“I love the possibilities of corsets. You could say I wanted to put women in a gilded cage,” Zuhair Murad noted backstage at the start of his Spring 2016 couture show. His latest collection was a nod to the romanticism of the past with a line of historically-inspired fairy tale designs. Models came down the runway in pastel, floor-length ball gowns with metal crowns upon their head like 18th century princesses.

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Grecian Goddesses Glide Down the Runway at Valentino

Jan 28, 2016  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

Since taking over at Valentino, Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli have given the label an almost iconic look—the vision of a romantic woman dressed in layers of lace, brocade and texture that has traveled from Italian opera houses to the plains of Africa. For the Spring 2016 couture collection, the designers drew inspiration from early 20th century designer Mariano Fortuny and played off of his ideas of Grecian myth, turning yesterday’s runway into a parade of sartorial goddesses.

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Galliano Creates Abstracts for Maison Margiela Couture Collection

Jan 27, 2016  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

Watching the designs come down the runway during the Maison Margiela Spring 2016 Couture show was like observing a wild animal in its natural habitat. John Galliano is at his very best when left to his own devices, unrestricted by the normalcy of ready-to-wear. Today he presented some of his iconic whimsy mishmashed into one surprisingly successful collection of deconstructed gowns, abstract silhouettes and texturized materials pieced together like a collage.

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Lagerfeld Spins Straw Into Gold For Chanel

Jan 27, 2016  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

Karl Lagerfeld does not know the meaning of the word simple, which is the Chanel Spring 2016 Couture presentation was so surprising. In the past he has erected shopping centers, casinos and even an entire airport terminal, but yesterday a plain Zen garden with a minimalist wooden pavilion stood in the center of the Grand Palais.

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Ralph & Russo Spring 2016 is an Ethereal Dreamscape

Jan 26, 2016  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

During Couture Fashion Week in Paris, Tamara Ralph and Michael Russo presented their Spring 2016 Couture collection, a love letter to the romanticism of spring. Opera coats and ball gowns were adorned in decadent floral appliques, bare shoulders showed off just a hint of skin, and flowing fabrics cascaded over the shoulders and around the ankles of models.

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Maison Margiela’s Fall/Winter 2016 Collection Gives Us Coats Upon Coats Upon Coats

Jan 22, 2016  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

Duffle coats, duffle coats everywhere! For the Maison Margiela Fall/Winter 2016 men’s collection, outerwear was the star of the show, and the menswear staple was seen in a variety of colorways, cuts and fabrics. Elongated, tailored, oversized, sleeveless, layered, fringed, double-breasted, single-breasted—almost every imaginable rendition of the coat was present on the runway.

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Rick Owens Creates an Ominous Post-Apocalyptic Wasteland For His F/W 2016 Collection

Jan 22, 2016  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

Androgyny is trending on the runways and most designers are finding a way to incorporate the look into their collection through a cut, a color or a bright accessory, but Rick Owens has his own way of doing things. His Fall/Winter 2016 line, Mastodon, used volume to incorporate a touch of femininity, but more importantly to tell a story, one that was far from anything else we've seen this season.

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DSquared2 Focuses on Traditional Japan for the New #MangaPunk Fall/Winter 2016 Collection

Jan 19, 2016  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

Caught somewhere between the UK and Japan, DSquared2’s Fall/Winter 2016 collection at Milan Fashion Week: Men’s was an eclectic mix of what designers Dean and Dan Caten have coined as #mangapunk. Wearing modernized kimonos, rock-styled kilts and oversized outerwear, models walked down the runway to the tune of Turning Japanese amidst a bamboo forest background lit up with colors of the Union Jack.

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