Sies Marjan is currently the most instinctive brand in New York. Its Dutch designer Sander Lak creates viscerally and the result this season was one of the most experimental, and beautiful, wardrobes seen in Manhattan.
Luxury shoe brand Stuart Weitzman stepped intoNYFW for the first time with a brand new creative director who added chunkier heels designed for comfort to the brand’s signature collection of sky high heels and boots.
Indonesian designer Vivi Zubedi made her New York solo runway show debut Sunday, wowing the crowd with her abaya-only collection as she hopes to capitalize on the growing market for modest, Muslim fashions.
Hurricane Maria left her atelier without power. Her seamstresses lost everything and her house flooded but Puerto Rican designer Stella Nolasco put tragedy behind her to bring color and optimism to New York Fashion Week.
Lee Radziwill is the gift that keeps on giving. The elegant sister of the late First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy has long been an icon in high-fashion, never more prettily so than in the latest collection by Tory Burch.
Maybelline has launched an official New York Fashion Week augmented reality beauty experience with YouCam that allows customers the chance to try on and purchase three key beauty looks direct from the runway.
Active sportswear labels are always on the look out for talented fashion designers. Which is why this week’s launch of Adidas Originals by Daniëlle Cathari is such good news for the German sportswear giant.