Ace & Jig Spring 2016

Cary Vaughan and Jenna Wilson have dedicated themselves to the slow and deliberate process of textile making, which makes Wolfgang Laib, a conceptual artist known for methodically working with natural elements, the ideal muse for their spring…

Gucci Spring 2016

“Looking at a 1970’s way to do fabric from the 18th century”, it’s no wonder Alessandro Michele can drive himself mental during the design process. Thankfully, madness can be a blessing. Especially it’s held accountable for dreaming…

Mansur Gavriel Spring 2016

Leave it to Rachel Mansur and Floriana Gavriel to debut one of the most impressive presentations during New York Fashion Week. The venue was everything we’d hope what a future Mansur Gavriel retail store would look…

Best Of NYFW Spring 2016, Part 2

The second half of NYFW was all about ruffles, bare shoulders and movement . . . here were some of our favorites: Rosetta Getty: It’s no wonder that postmodern dance and an old pair of lace up…

Best Of NYFW Spring 2016, Part 1

Just as we’re all settling into idea of fall, New York Fashion Week is warming us back up again with collections replete with skin baring silhouettes, lace and macramé textures, and soft, subdued color palettes. Suddenly, we’re…

The Great Fall 2015

Not yet a year old but The Great is oh, so great. Emily Current and Meritt Elliot’s third collection is yet another example of how the designers have their fingers on the Americana pulse. We love their…

Alena Akhmadullina Resort 2016

Sadko was an explorer whose musical touch won over the heart of the Sea King and eventually brought him wealth and love. This Russian folk tale character was also the catalyst for Alena Akhmadullina‘s resort collection. The ocean…

Objects Without Meaning

There’s something about Alexandra Michelle‘s spring collection that is sending me packing for the desert. Maybe it’s the palm printed linen dresses, chambray peasant blouses, and beige marled knit sweaters . . . and then add bold,…