FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Sustainable Luxury Brand ELVIS & KRESSE Partners with Alysia Reiner’s LIVARI – Elvis & Kresse x LIVARI Clutch Bag “JOY is an act of RESISTANCE” | via @ElvisandKresse @Livari #Sponsored #FashionWeek #Sustainable #Fashion #Ad #Handbag #Clutch

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Sustainable Luxury Brand ELVIS & KRESSE Partners with Alysia Reiner’s LIVARI – Elvis & Kresse x LIVARI Clutch Bag “JOY is an act of RESISTANCE” | via @ElvisandKresse @Livari #Sponsored #FashionWeek #Sustainable #Fashion #Ad #Handbag #Clutch

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Sustainable Luxury Brand ELVIS & KRESSE Partners with Alysia Reiner’s LIVARI – Elvis & Kresse x LIVARI Clutch Bag “JOY is an act of RESISTANCE”

 

 

 

 

 

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 25th, 2018
Press Inquiries: press@fashionweek.pro

 

 

Our favorite sustainable fashion luxury brand, Elvis & Kresse has just announced an exciting new collaboration with LIVARI – Alysia Reiner’s & new zero waste runway label. LIVARI is a zero-waste fashion label launched last fall by Alysia Reiner, Claudine DeSola (Caravan Stylist Studio) & Tabitha St. Bernard-Jacobs (Tabii Just, Women’s March).  Together, they’ve created the Elvis & Kresse x LIVARI Clutch Bag. Each Elvis & Kresse x LIVARI Clutch Bag is handmade to order with black leather off-cuts from the production of Burberry leather goods on and bright orange lining made from rescued silk parachute panels. Elvis & Kresse is one of our beloved channel marketing partners and we are thrilled to announce the launch of this stylish clutch. This powerful fashion duo of Elvis & Kresse x LIVARI are definitely championing the cause and elevating the conversation of sustainable brands for social consciousness in the fashion industry.

Feel free to click through the images to see the collaboration directly on the Elvis & Kresse website and scroll down to read the full press release with details of the partnership.

 

 

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Alysia Reiner Proves Green is the New Black In Her Latest Collaboration with Sustainable Luxury Brand Elvis & Kresse

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alysia Reiner Proves Green is the New Black In Her Latest Collaboration with Sustainable Luxury Brand Elvis & Kresse

Green is the New Black in this innovative collaboration between Elvis & Kresse and LIVARI clothing. Alysia Reiner’s (Orange is the New Black, The Deuce) zero waste fashion label LIVARI illustrates how fashion can be a force for good. In an industry where leading fashion houses take to destroying unsold stock, this latest collaboration comes as an instant breath of fresh air.

DOWNLOAD Full Press Release HERE

 

 

– Elvis & Kresse x LIVARI Clutch Bag Designed with Alysia Reiner – Sustainable Luxury – Elvis & Kresse – $170.00

– Elvis & Kresse x LIVARI Clutch Bag Designed with Alysia Reiner – Sustainable Luxury – Elvis & Kresse – $160.00

– Elvis & Kresse x LIVARI Clutch Bag Designed with Alysia Reiner – Sustainable Luxury – Elvis & Kresse – $160.00

 

– Elvis & Kresse x LIVARI Clutch Bag Designed with Alysia Reiner – Sustainable Luxury – Elvis & Kresse – $160.00

 

Elvis & Kresse are a pioneering and award-winning sustainable luxury brand based in England. Most famously known for their handmade luxury items made from decommissioned fire-hose and recently making waves in the news over their 5-year partnership with The Burberry Foundation. Although this partnership was officially announced already late last year, it was only brought to light after Burberry announced in September that it will stop the practice of destroying unsold goods. This 5-year partnership will seek to save a further 120 tons of leather waste from incineration.

 

LIVARI is a collaborative expression of art and activism by Alysia Reiner, Claudine DeSola (Caravan Stylist Studio) & Tabitha St. Bernard-Jacobs (Tabii Just, Women’s March). Using the art of fashion as a medium of activism and hope, LIVARI is a collaborative space where the voices of women are celebrated and uplifted.

 

It was the shared values and ambitions between LIVARI and Elvis & Kresse that made this collaboration a true meeting of hearts and minds.

 

The handmade-to-order piece celebrates a unique combination of rescued materials. Black leather off-cuts from the production of Burberry leather goods and reclaimed printing blankets are combined to create a stunning black-on-black exterior with a fun apt hot-orange lining made from failed parachute silk panels.

– Elvis & Kresse x LIVARI Clutch Bag Designed with Alysia Reiner – Sustainable Luxury – Elvis & Kresse – $160.00

 

Alysia Reiner selected the colours, material combination and designed the black-on-black pattern of the clutch. 50% of the profits from each Limited Edition Clutch will be donated to Barefoot College, supporting the education of female solar engineers and the renewable electrification of their communities.

LIVARI’s motto “JOY is an act of RESISTANCE” is delicately etched into one of the leather pieces, handwoven into the clutch. A message any woman will want to carry proudly, from day to night.

– Elvis & Kresse x LIVARI Clutch Bag Designed with Alysia Reiner – Sustainable Luxury – Elvis & Kresse – $160.00

 

Not only does this edgy yet ethical luxury collaboration demonstrate the beauty that can found from materials otherwise going to landfill, but also acts as a shining beacon of what the fashion industry should strive for. The future of luxury is sustainable, where green is most definitely the new black.

Alysia Reiner on her collaboration: “We are so excited to be collaborating with Elvis & Kresse on the LIVARI clutch. E&K deeply espouses LIVARI’s commitment to environmental fashion activism and our clutch is a perfect example of both reusing/repurposing materials and giving 50% to a non-profit empowering woman. I interwove two different textures of black leather to create a unique depth for the exterior, a clutch that would transcend any seasons or trends. A versatile, timeless accessory that would go with everything, but would still have a fresh look and unique style. May the woven pattern also be a metaphor for the interconnectedness of all women supporting each other in the daily fabric of our lives.”

                                            

 

The Limited Edition Elvis & Kresse x LIVARI clutch made its debut during New York Fashion Week at the Tome New York Show. It can be exclusively purchased through the Elvis & Kresse e-boutique with a waiting list in place already of approximately 3 weeks.

 

 

 

 

LIVARI

LIVARI is co-founded by Alysia Reiner (Orange Is The New Black, Equity), Claudine DeSola (Caravan Stylist Studio) & Tabitha St. Bernard-Jacobs (Tabii Just, Women’s March).

“I believe Elvis & Kresse craft some of the most beautiful bags in the world with so much attention to detail. Beyond that I love their story, their ethics, and their community. We are ecstatic to have been introduced to Barefoot College through our work with them.” – Claudine DeSola, celebrity stylist and Co-founder of LIVARIWomen’s

“At LIVARI, we always aim to reduce waste in the work we do. By using excess Burberry leather, Elvis & Kresse lowers their environmental impact, while creating accessories that are truly works of art. It was a true delight to partner with them on the clutch and see our visions align.” – Tabitha St. Bernard-Jacobs, Women’s March and Co-founder of LIVARI

Elvis & Kresse and Burberry

Elvis & Kresse was launched to solve the problem of London’s decommissioned fire hose. When the hose was too damaged to repair, it was simply going to landfill. Since 2005 they have been collecting all of London’s hoses, transforming them into high quality, hand-crafted lifestyle accessories. They donate 50% of the profits from this collection to the Fire Fighters Charity.

Elvis & Kresse have also turned their attention to tackling the waste created in the production of leather goods and will expand this work with a grant from the Burberry Foundation.

Elvis & Kresse are a certified Benefit Corporation (B Corp).

The Burberry Foundation

The Burberry Foundation was set up in 2008 by Burberry Group plc as an independent charity (UK registered charity number 1154468) for general charitable purposes and grant-making. The Foundation Board comprises two Burberry representatives as well as an independent trustee. The Board meets four times a year and is responsible for upholding the Foundation’s vision and ensuring delivery of its charitable purpose.

The Foundation is dedicated to using the power of creativity to drive positive change in our communities, and build a sustainable future through innovation. The Foundation is taking a long-term approach focusing its grant-making on reducing waste, promoting the STEAM agenda (integrating art into the traditional science, technology, engineering, and maths agenda), tackling educational inequality and supporting social and economic development.

About Burberry Group’s Responsibility Agenda

Burberry’s Responsibility agenda is designed to drive positive change and build a more sustainable future through innovation. Our new five-year programme “Creating Tomorrow’s Heritage” focuses on three ambitious goals:

Support 1 million people in the communities that sustain Burberry’s business and the wider luxury industry

Ensure 100% of Burberry’s products have at least one element that drives positive change

Invent new approaches to revaluing waste created in the production of luxury goods, whilst becoming carbon neutral in its own operations.

 

 

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Alysia Reiner with the Elvis & Kresse x Livari Clutch during NYFW

 

Everyone engages with a clutch in a slightly different way, but we wanted to make this practical shape work for everyone. The strap can be removed, attached at both ends, or looped onto one of the side hooks. We have counted 5 ways of carrying this so far and leave the rest to your imagination. You can choose the length of strap: the Standard classic length strap, the over-the-shoulder adjustable long strap, or the ultimate in flexibility – Both straps!

 

Our Fire & Hide Clutches are also available in several classic colours, but if you have been inspired by our collaboration with LIVARI, why not join one of our workshops and choose your own colours and pattern?

THE FIRE & HIDE COLLECTION

 

In 2005 we fell in love with London’s decommissioned fire-hose. Determined to save it from landfill we took this lifesaving material home, gave it a second chance, and vowed to donate 50% of the profits to the Fire Fighters Charity. But fire-hose was just the beginning.

 

Every year, 800,000 tonnes of leather ends up on the cutting room floor. Our leather partners cherish their hides, but no matter how carefully they cut their patterns, there will always be small seemingly unusable offcuts. To rescue this leather we developed a unique modular approach. We hand weave these fragments into whole new hides then lovingly recraft them into sustainable luxury bags and accessories. Our commitment to rescuing British fire-hoses remains the same, the trim, handles and internal detailing of the Fire & Hide range are all made from genuine decommissioned fire-hose. And we continue to donate 50% of profits to charity.

 

Our Fire & Hide Collection represents a whole new kind of luxury. One that is sustainable, ethical, transparent, generous and kind.

 

 

 

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PHOTOGRAPHERS WE LOVE: Julia Sariy’s Photographs Model Jessica Sikosek for Jute Magazine’s Webitorial – All Denim Fall 2018 | via @Julia_Sariy @JuteMagazine @jessicasikosek  #Fashion #Editorial #Trends #FashionNews #FashionPhotography

PHOTOGRAPHERS WE LOVE: Julia Sariy’s Photographs Model Jessica Sikosek for Jute Magazine’s Webitorial – All Denim Fall 2018 | via @Julia_Sariy @JuteMagazine @jessicasikosek  #Fashion #Editorial #Trends #FashionNews #FashionPhotography

PHOTOGRAPHERS WE LOVE: Julia Sariy’s Photographs Model Jessica Sikosek for Jute Magazine’s Webitorial – All Denim Fall 2018

 

 

 

 

 

FashionWeek.Pro’s NYFW Photographer, Julia Sariy recently collaborated with Jute Magazine to photograph model Jessica Sikosek for this webitorial featuring Denim looks for Fall 2018. Julia just photographed 100+ runway shows during New York Fashion Week including NYFW The Shows, Arts Hearts Fashion & shows at Chelsea Piers this September exclusively for @FashionWeek.Pro – and we are so PROUD to feature her outstanding work from the Jute Magazine editorial! 🖤

 

 

Magazine: Jute Magazine

PhotographerJulia Sariy

StylistLauren Abbondola

HairPayton Holbrook

MakeupVal Laskarides

ModelJessica Sikosek

AgencyThe Industry Model MGMT NY

 

 

 

Jute Magazine Collaboration:
Photographer: Julia Sariy @Julia_Sariy
Model:  Jessica Sikosek  @jessicasikosek 
Agency: The Industry Model Management @theindustryny
Beauty:  Val Laskarides @vallaskarides
Stylist:  Lauren Abbondola  @laurenabbondola
Hairstylist:  Payton Holbrook @boytoy9

Jute Magazine Collaboration:
Photographer: Julia Sariy @Julia_Sariy
Model:  Jessica Sikosek  @jessicasikosek 
Agency: The Industry Model Management @theindustryny
Beauty:  Val Laskarides @vallaskarides
Stylist:  Lauren Abbondola  @laurenabbondola
Hairstylist:  Payton Holbrook @boytoy9

Jute Magazine Collaboration:
Photographer: Julia Sariy @Julia_Sariy
Model:  Jessica Sikosek  @jessicasikosek 
Agency: The Industry Model Management @theindustryny
Beauty:  Val Laskarides @vallaskarides
Stylist:  Lauren Abbondola  @laurenabbondola
Hairstylist:  Payton Holbrook @boytoy9

Jute Magazine Collaboration:
Photographer: Julia Sariy @Julia_Sariy
Model:  Jessica Sikosek  @jessicasikosek 
Agency: The Industry Model Management @theindustryny
Beauty:  Val Laskarides @vallaskarides
Stylist:  Lauren Abbondola  @laurenabbondola
Hairstylist:  Payton Holbrook @boytoy9

Jute Magazine Collaboration:
Photographer: Julia Sariy @Julia_Sariy
Model:  Jessica Sikosek  @jessicasikosek 
Agency: The Industry Model Management @theindustryny
Beauty:  Val Laskarides @vallaskarides
Stylist:  Lauren Abbondola  @laurenabbondola
Hairstylist:  Payton Holbrook @boytoy9

Jute Magazine Collaboration:
Photographer: Julia Sariy @Julia_Sariy
Model:  Jessica Sikosek  @jessicasikosek
Agency: The Industry Model Management @theindustryny
Beauty:  Val Laskarides @vallaskarides
Stylist:  Lauren Abbondola  @laurenabbondola
Hairstylist:  Payton Holbrook @boytoy9

 

 

 

 

 

Jute Magazine Collaboration:
Photographer: Julia Sariy @Julia_Sariy
Model:  Jessica Sikosek  @jessicasikosek 
Agency: The Industry Model Management @theindustryny
Beauty:  Val Laskarides @vallaskarides
Stylist:  Lauren Abbondola  @laurenabbondola
Hairstylist:  Payton Holbrook @boytoy9

Jute Magazine Collaboration:
Photographer: Julia Sariy @Julia_Sariy
Model:  Jessica Sikosek  @jessicasikosek 
Agency: The Industry Model Management @theindustryny
Beauty:  Val Laskarides @vallaskarides
Stylist:  Lauren Abbondola  @laurenabbondola
Hairstylist:  Payton Holbrook @boytoy9

Jute Magazine Collaboration:
Photographer: Julia Sariy @Julia_Sariy
Model:  Jessica Sikosek  @jessicasikosek 
Agency: The Industry Model Management @theindustryny
Beauty:  Val Laskarides @vallaskarides
Stylist:  Lauren Abbondola  @laurenabbondola
Hairstylist:  Payton Holbrook @boytoy9

Jute Magazine Collaboration:
Photographer: Julia Sariy @Julia_Sariy
Model:  Jessica Sikosek  @jessicasikosek 
Agency: The Industry Model Management @theindustryny
Beauty:  Val Laskarides @vallaskarides
Stylist:  Lauren Abbondola  @laurenabbondola
Hairstylist:  Payton Holbrook @boytoy9

Jute Magazine Collaboration:
Photographer: Julia Sariy @Julia_Sariy
Model:  Jessica Sikosek  @jessicasikosek 
Agency: The Industry Model Management @theindustryny
Beauty:  Val Laskarides @vallaskarides
Stylist:  Lauren Abbondola  @laurenabbondola
Hairstylist:  Payton Holbrook @boytoy9

Jute Magazine Collaboration:
Photographer: Julia Sariy @Julia_Sariy
Model:  Jessica Sikosek  @jessicasikosek 
Agency: The Industry Model Management @theindustryny
Beauty:  Val Laskarides @vallaskarides
Stylist:  Lauren Abbondola  @laurenabbondola
Hairstylist:  Payton Holbrook @boytoy9

Jute Magazine Collaboration:
Photographer: Julia Sariy @Julia_Sariy
Model:  Jessica Sikosek  @jessicasikosek 
Agency: The Industry Model Management @theindustryny
Beauty:  Val Laskarides @vallaskarides
Stylist:  Lauren Abbondola  @laurenabbondola
Hairstylist:  Payton Holbrook @boytoy9

Jute Magazine Collaboration:
Photographer: Julia Sariy @Julia_Sariy
Model:  Jessica Sikosek  @jessicasikosek 
Agency: The Industry Model Management @theindustryny
Beauty:  Val Laskarides @vallaskarides
Stylist:  Lauren Abbondola  @laurenabbondola
Hairstylist:  Payton Holbrook @boytoy9

Jute Magazine Collaboration:
Photographer: Julia Sariy @Julia_Sariy
Model:  Jessica Sikosek  @jessicasikosek 
Agency: The Industry Model Management @theindustryny
Beauty:  Val Laskarides @vallaskarides
Stylist:  Lauren Abbondola  @laurenabbondola
Hairstylist:  Payton Holbrook @boytoy9

Jute Magazine Collaboration:
Photographer: Julia Sariy @Julia_Sariy
Model:  Jessica Sikosek  @jessicasikosek 
Agency: The Industry Model Management @theindustryny
Beauty:  Val Laskarides @vallaskarides
Stylist:  Lauren Abbondola  @laurenabbondola
Hairstylist:  Payton Holbrook @boytoy9

 

 

 

 

 

magazine: Jute Magazine

photographer: Julia Sariy

stylist: Lauren Abbondola

hair: Payton Holbrook

makeup: Val Laskarides

model: Jessica Sikosek @ The Industry Model MGMT NY

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page 1

cap: Rainbow

earrings: L’effrontée

blazer: Michael Kors

dress: Guess

page 2

earrings: L’effrontée

jacket: Guess

page 3

earrings: Guess

shirt: Closed

belt: Zack Lo

skirt: Jill Stuart

shoes: Sigerson Morrison

page 4

earrings: L’effrontée

sweater: L’Agence

dress: Guess

page 5

earrings: Guess

blouse/vest: Frame

jeans: Levi’s

shoes: Kendall & Kylie

page 6

earrings: L’effrontée

jacket/jeans: Georgia May Jagger x Volcom

top: Jill Stuart

page 7

earrings: L’effrontée

jacket: LOVE Binetti

shirt: DKNY

skirt: Volcom

shoes: Guess

page 8

earrings/jumpsuit: earrings: L’effrontée

blazer: Frame

top: L’Agence

shoes: Marc Fisher

page 9

earrings: L’effrontée

cape: LOVE Binetti

blouse: DKNY

jeans: Closed

shoes: Marc Fisher

page 10

earrings: Guess

sweater: La Vie by Rebecca Taylor

dress: Levi’s

For Immediate Release: BAD SISTERS SS19 Runway Show at Art Hearts Fashion NYFW Presentation  | via @artheartsfashion @bad_sisters @BadSistersDsign #NYFW #SS19 #Runway #Fashion #Models #FashionWeek #ArtHeartsFashion #BadSisters #FashionShow

For Immediate Release: BAD SISTERS SS19 Runway Show at Art Hearts Fashion NYFW Presentation | via @artheartsfashion @bad_sisters @BadSistersDsign #NYFW #SS19 #Runway #Fashion #Models #FashionWeek #ArtHeartsFashion #BadSisters #FashionShow

For Immediate Release: BAD SISTERS SS19 Runway Show at Art Hearts Fashion NYFW Presentation

 

 

 

 

 

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

 

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – September 9th, 2018
Press Inquiries: 
press@fashionweek.pro

 

 

FULL BAD SISTERS RUNWAY SHOW VIDEO:

 

 

 

🎨The Chilean artistic duo from Bad Sisters are designing beautiful silhouettes featuring their hand-painted prints stamped on silk & various rich fabrics. Recently, @Bad_Sisters was featured in Harper’s Bazaar for their New York Fashion Week SS19 collection. Bad Sisters is definitely on the ‘Designers To Watch’ list!

 

Team FashionWeek.Pro at #NYFW was thrilled to cover all five days of the Art Hearts Fashion shows. The Art Hearts Fashion NYFW presentation did not disappoint with a plethora of creative moods + artistic flair on the runway. FashionWeek.Pro had two fashion photographers shooting from the press risers, Melissa Enriquez & Julia Sariy. The rest of the #FashionWeekPro team covering the Art Hearts Fashion shows includes Brittany Burton – our Digital Media Correspondent.

 

Every designer presenting fashion shows during Art Hearts Fashion NYFW will have several feature articles. In this article, we will focus on all the great images the FashionWeek.Pro NYFW team captured highlighting Melissa Enriquez & Julia Sariy‘s photography of the show. In our next feature, we’ll publish official Art Hearts Fashion photography & a recap of the individual designer’s show along with links of where you can purchase the designer’s collection.

 

Check out @FashionWeek.Pro’s IGTV & Instagram stories

 

 

PHOTO CREDIT: JULIA SARIY For FashionWeek.Pro

 

 

 

 

PHOTO CREDIT: MELISSA ENRIQUEZ For FashionWeek.Pro

 

 

 

 

Ground-Breaking NYFW SS 2019

New York Fashion Week Powered By Art Hearts Fashion

Manhattan, New York: From September 6th to 10th, 2018, New York Fashion Week powered by Art Hearts Fashion returned to the enchanting and dramatic Angel Orensanz Venue. Designers, celebrities, artists, buyers, and industry professionals from around the world converged in Manhattan for the most ground-breaking and innovative event. Art Hearts Fashion offered the most extensive schedule of designers over the 5 days during fashion week and over 100 international designers and artists showcasing their collections on the AHF stage. With a cutting-edge Cotton Inc show featuring Amazon & Alexa with a “See Now, Buy Now” concept, Art Hearts Fashion pushed the boundaries of creativity and innovation for New York Fashion Week.
 “This was by far the most ground-breaking and creative production this season at New York Fashion Week”, said Erik Rosete, Founder and President of Art Hearts Fashion International. “We kicked off the week with World Renowned Artists Domingo Zapata featuring a special performance by Nicky Jam followed by three of our most art inspired designers”. The next day, Art Hearts Fashion expanded its footprint by adding a second venue at Pier59 Studios to produce shows for over 50 international designers. The inspiring Madeline Stuart showcased her line 21 Reasons Why collection to a standing ovation. An explosion of sexiness and creativity with The Black Tape Project set the crowd on fire. The series of events wrapped up the week with an exclusive event featuring the first-time ever collaboration between Amazon, Cotton Inc, and Art Hearts Fashion. “Cotton’s Fashion Delivered Runway Show is the archetype for how brands should approach fashion retailing, giving consumers a front row seat to a memorable experience and the ability to purchase the looks they want on Amazon through their mobile devices — a simple, seamless experience.” explained Marissa Barlin, Director of Strategic Alliances for Cotton Incorporated. The evening closed out with a grand finale featuring 3 Italian designers for a “Taste of Italy.” Attracting over 12,000+ attendees, New York Fashion Week powered by Art Hearts Fashion was a massive success. “We wanted to showcase the creativity, energy, and sexiness that is New York City” Rosete said.

ABOUT ART HEARTS FASHION

Established since 2011, ART HEARTS FASHION is a forward-thinking and innovative fashion platform breaking new ground with cutting-edge runway presentations in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, and Asia. The visionary productions have garnered national and international acclaim from fashion authorities including, but not limited to, Harper’s Bazaar, Vogue, WWD, Cosmopolitan, Popsugar, and Refinery29. It has attracted mass media coverage by major outlets such as Today Show (NBC), Fox Television, CBS Television, Amazon Prime, The Huffington Post, and numerous digital and cable networks throughout the world. As of 2018, Art Hearts Fashion produces the #1 Los Angeles Fashion Week, #1 Miami Swim Week, and in the top 3 New York Fashion Week productions.
ART HEARTS FASHION has amassed an A-List Celebrity following that includes Britney Spears, Oscar Winner Adrien Brody, Kelly Rutherford, Nick Cannon, CeeLo Green, Drew Barrymore, Adriana Lima, Curtis Young “50 Cent”, Jason Derulo, Male Super Models Tyson Beckford and Garrett Neff, Philip Bloch, Steve Madden, Nicky Jam, Lindsay Lohan, Floyd Mayweather, Terrell Owens, and countless more. Consisting of 5-days of unrivaled shows, the highly sought-after event has a daily attendance of over 1,500 guests, celebrities, fashion editors, stylists, influencers, media, and VIPs. ART HEARTS FASHION has showcased prominent designers from Saks Fifth Avenue, Michael Costello, Betsey Johnson, Nicole Miller, Hale Bob, Sue Wong, MT Costello, Carmen Steffens, Amato Haute Couture by Furne one, Sue Wong, Walter Mendez, Zimmerman, Orlebar Brown, Vilebrequin, Trina Turk, Mister Triple X, Black Tape Project, renowned artist Domingo Zapata, and many more of the most talented designers and artists in the world.
To lean more about AHF productions visit www.ArtHeartsFashion.com and by city at www.NYFW.net www.LosAngelesFashionWeek.com & www.SwimWeek.net
The event’s sponsors included beauty by April Love Pro Team featuring Moira Cosmetics, Bdellium Tools, and beauty masks by FRANZ Jet www.Franzskincare.com / Official hair-care by Executive Styles with Salon Services by Woody Michleb Salons ft Style the Runway products. Monster Energy, Shibue Couture, Succession Lending, Landbridge Capital, My/mochi ice cream, Fashion Week Online, Apparel News, Tiffany Wax, Fashion TV, FNL Networks, Gem & Bolt, and I am Printing Solutions supported the event. Art Gallery Curated by Six Summit Gallery & Casting Location provided by SpyScape Museum.
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Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Julia Sariy for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

 

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

Photo Credits: Melissa Enriquez for FashionWeek.Pro Models walk the runway at the BAD SISTERS SS19 NYFW fashion show during the Art Hearts Fashion presentation in New York City in September 2018.

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CAAFD Stages Two Highly Lauded Collective Showcases for New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 19 Season

 

 

On September 10th, CAAFD, The Council of Aspiring American Fashion Designers, brought some of the best rising and emerging designers from around the globe to the fashion capital of the world for a spectacularly received set of Spring/Summer 19 Collective Showcases. CAAFD, in collaboration with iFashion Network, presented this Collective Showcase at both the renowned Pier 59 venue as well as the world famous Industria venue. The Pier59 collective showcase’s lineup proved a thunderous occasion with designers and brands MOUTON BLANC, Zabetta Couture, Ayni and Thunyatorn, and the Industria collective showcase featured designers and brands Helena Bajaj-Larsen, Yufash, Sania Studio and Patricia Wijaya, both of which mark yet another successful and couldn’t be missed continuation of CAAFD’s long-running series of NYFW showcases. Those in attendance were thrilled with the offerings, including several well-known models such as Madeline Stuart and actors including Mario Van Peebles.

 

The Pier59 showcase came first and began with a performance by Myles C.O Gittens with a fusion violin performance that quickly got the attention of the audience before Designer Hakuyo Miya’s brand MOUTON BLANC started the fashion portion of the show off with an unforgettable experience, courtesy of the Japanese designer’s second showcase on a CAAFDsponsored showcase. Miya’s collection for this follow-up appearance exhibited his trademark fantasy stylings mixed with an elegance that showcased both his Japanese heritage as well as his experiences in Paris. Colors on display were incredibly sophisticated, with bright whites and the occasional darker colors put to good use. Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/AqmYHuvK94f6qPbx9

 

Following that came Zabetta Couture with designer Ruth Zabetta, who also made her second appearance at a CAAFD sponsored showcase. Zabetta Couture showcased the same drive and passion as the previous season’s showcase, and once again made her modern lines and cuts accentuate the feminine silhouettes of each model. This collection was decidedly summer inspired with bright greens and leaf designs on the pieces, with large hats adding to the looks. Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/fxLrtUXQhhvXs71d8

 

Next came an intermission from traditional Korean musician gamin playing a piri, leading into designer duo Ayni’s debut CAAFD sponsored showcase. Ayni’s dedication to ancient traditions with modern sensibilities and environmentally sustainable practices left the audience in awe with the sheer beauty of their pieces. Featuring sheer materials and swimsuit inspired cuts, Ayni’s collection evoked the warmer months. The main colors utilized were reds, yellows and blues. Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/1mS4eQ5fZFC7r8AB9

 

Finishing off this showcase was also a debut on a CAAFD sponsored showcase, this time for the Thai designer Thunyatorn. Much like Ayni’s collection that showcased heritage and tradition, Thunyatorn also made genius use of her Thai heritage in her pieces, which brought something the majority of the audience had never experienced before. Thunyatorn made quite an impression with gold headpieces on each model, featuring animals in 3D designs, which perfectly complemented the dark colors and cuts of the dresses, which all meshed incredibly well with each other. Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/2WBEsZHLX8fRdYybA

 

Later in the day came the Industria collective showcase, which kicked off with an impressive introduction performance by musician Yoav Shemmesh, featuring the musician on a keytar and launchpad device which provided the rhythm sections for his playing. Following the performance was the first designer for this showcase, Helena Bajaj-Larsen. Featuring striking colors that remained consistent with through each design. Each piece featured unique designs, with no one inspiration, there were bits and pieces from various different countries and regions represented. Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/UAiVb4FEmuefxs2E6

 

Following that came Estonian born designer Kadri Klampe with her Yufash brand. This collection featured extremely unique cuts and sheer materials, creating an entirely unique look. Yufash played with colors and designs throughout each piece, featuring almost glitch-like patterns. Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/i86FCzP6P6VcWkEd9

 

Next came an intermission played by Yoav Shemmesh once again who played a custom CAAFD inspired piece which thrilled the audience goers, which led into Sania Studio and designer Sania Maskatiya with her Pakistani influences clear in her collection. The cuts in this collection remained modern, but the designs and colors were clearly inspired by Pakistan influences. Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/ugs4ZQP1b3Pj3prL7

 

Finishing this showcase came Patricia Wijaya, a graduate of the Academy of Arts, who closed NYFW with a bang. This showcase left New York City awed with an extraordinarily unique collection featuring fantastical inspired cuts and eye-catching headwear. This collection had an underlying dark color palette, with dark blue and golds represented heavily to great effect. The shoes for this collection were provided by Cava Prive and jewelry was done by Dale Beevers Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/1YytsV99s8ofsFsP9

 

Hakuyo Miya is a Japanese designer who has studied at the Atelier Chardon Savard in Paris. His work with MOUTON BLANC is known for its fantasy-style elements, as he does a beautiful job combining real world with fairy tales. Miya’s fiery designs combine color, texture and culture into beautiful and elegant pieces, and has previously made an appearance on CAAFD sponsored showcases. His designs are known for the innovative lines and cuts as well as having an aspect of modernism throughout the collections.

 

Designer Ruth Zabetta was raised in both Spain and the Dominican Republic giving her a unique cultural background for her beautiful collection. Zabetta Couture is known for modern lines and cuts showcased throughout the collections, and this year is no different. Her modern but feminine collection does an exquisite job of creating beautiful silhouettes consistently through all the pieces. Zabetta’s collection is created for the modern but feminine woman and inspired by years of culture and design.

 

Ayni’s name, which is derived from a Peruvian turn of phrase meaning “today for you, tomorrow for me,” gives a look into the design process for the design duo, composed of Danish Laerke, and Adriana from Peru. Through Ayni, the duo make good on their name by making the brand focused on honoring ancient traditions, utilizing local materials and altering the production model to promote environmental sustainability. One of Ayni’s main goals is to combine ethics and aesthetics in a way that benefits the environment, but still remaining fashionable by using high-quality elements such as luxurious baby alpaca fur and Pima cotton.

 

Thunyatorn is the brainchild of Thunyatorn Ng, a designer originally hailing from Thailand. Starting in bridal makeup and hairstyling in 2009 when she moved to New York City, she later became the first Thai fashion designer to present during New York Fashion Week. After noticing a demand for traditional authentic Thai styled clothing, Thunyatorn took things into her own hands and spent years researching Thai styles and influences, which she has incorporated into her collections. Through her work, Thunyatorn seeks to popularize authentic Thai clothing across the U.S. by combining its traditional beauty with modern stylings.

Designer Helena Bajaj-Larsen is Half-Indian, Half-Norwegian yet Parisian born and bred, 23-year old designer Helena-Bajaj Larsen is a recent graduate of Parsons School of Design and launched her label just six months ago. She specializes in hand-painted textiles which she creates herself – works of abstract art on fabric, blending her love of textile craftsmanship with her training in fashion design. She draws inspiration from her nomadic lifestyle across various countries and cultures to form breathtaking collections using her one-of-a-kind fabrics as well as stunning sculptural jewelry pieces.

 

“A Yufash woman doesn’t follow trends; she sets them.” The brand has been worn by members of Little Mix and Billie Lourd in the hit tv series Scream Queens, and Yufash was also featured in an international edition of Marie Claire. Yufash is a unique and forward-thinking brand made for the confident and powerful women of the world, with all garments fabricated in England. The brand was founded in 2015 and since has skyrocketed in popularity. “We as a brand are so excited and honored to have been selected to work the CAAFD, and we look forward to our presentation,” – Kadri Klampe, the Estonian-born founder and designer of Yufash.

 

Designer Sania Maskatiya and Sania Studio’s designs are marked by their ornate and regal inspirations, which masterfully highlight feminine silhouettes. The designs are inspired by the beauty of nature and the environment while still being modern and classic. The collection will include only high luxe fabrics cut and draped in a luxurious design. The design house engages in some of the best craftsmanship in Pakistan, coming from generations of artisans who have specialized and perfected their craft. The brand is known for including rich textiles, fabric design and embroidery within their pieces. Sania Maskatiya has quickly become Pakistan’s most lauded designer and most prized fashion export.

 

Patricia Wijaya started her label in 2016 after graduating Academy of Art University in San Francisco. The label first released a Prêt-A-Couture line in Jakarta, which focused on telling a story and showcasing innovation throughout. This years collection is inspired by both fairytales and technology, and showcases a Cinderella-like aesthetic in the future. For this collection, Wijaya created what has been described by early viewers as an exquisite collection of a modern-day fairytale for the equally modern woman.

 

About CAAFD:

Council of Aspiring American Fashion Designers, [CAAFD] is a non-profit organization founded through a collaborative effort by a few key pioneers in the fashion industry with the ambitious goal of promoting designers who aspire to expand their brand awareness and do business in the United States. CAAFD educates, promotes and empowers aspiring designers and fashion professionals in gaining a foothold in the fashion business, giving them every opportunity to become the renowned designer they yearn to be. More information can be found at: http://www.caafd.org

 

About iFashion Network:

iFashion Network is an online portal for everything new and groundbreaking in fashion. It is a global fashion hub, providing articles on designers, events, menswear, women’s wear, shopping, trends, and all the behind the scenes info you could ever want, delivered by unique personalities who know the fashion world inside and out. iFashion Network also boasts several industry leading original fashion-focused internet television shows. More information can be found at: http://www.ifashionnetwork.com

All Images via Imaxtree / CAAFD

 

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Ayni SS19 Runway Show + Collection During New York Fashion Week

 

 

 

For Immediate Release: September 21st, 2018
Press Inquiries – press@fashionweek.pro

FashionWeek.Pro has just completed live coverage with a team of correspondents, photographers + photojournalists at New York Fashion Week and London Fashion Week. Our teams in New York and London covered 70+ runway shows in the last two weeks which is amazing for a brand new fashion channel like FashionWeek.Pro! Next week, the team heads to Paris for Paris Fashion Week.

In an effort to publish every designer collection we were allowed to preview by attending the live runway show presented during both of these prestigious fashion week events, we will be publishing all collection galleries first without formally reviewing each collection itself. FashionWeek.Pro photographers in the US ( Melissa Enriquez & Julia Sariy) and our London photographers (Kurt Rebry & Alma Rosaz) are diligently working on processing runway images from all of these shows. Every designer presenting fashion shows at NYFW that the FashionWeek.Pro team covered live in NYC & London, will have 2-3 feature articles. In this article, we will focus on all the Getty/PR firm Images and press releases provided to FashionWeek.Pro by each designer’s team. Next, the FashionWeek.Pro team’s images, stories & videos captured by our media correspondents through live iPhone reporting will be featured and we’ll highlight all FashionWeek.Pro EXCLUSIVE photography of the show with commentary along with where you can pre-order each collection.

Don’t forget to check out @FashionWeek.Pro’s IGTV & Instagram stories!  

***Images are subject to copyright. Please email press@fashionweek.pro for written permission to use. 

 

 

 

 

ABOUT FashionWeek.Pro: 

FashionWeek.pro is a runway + fashion week-themed content site that is fully-powered through affiliate marketing publisher links & partnerships. FashionWeek.Pro team is hard at work with over 125+ new affiliate channel publishing partnerships in just the last month. The ultimate goal is to delight our readers with the robust amount of content each brand and brand’s season that is located all in one place & with just a few clicks to the shopping cart from our features. The first step to provide an exceptional shopping experience is to add as many product feeds as possible from our publishing partners.

FashionWeek.Pro wants to provide the most comprehensive and robust shopping research for all of the major labels, designers & luxury retailers so that you can make a well educated, fashionista decision on your shopping selections for the season. Imagine runway images from the hottest Fashion Week shows across the globe, with every retailer carrying the line just below.

Our Pinterest page consistently gets between 50k – 300k hits per month and it was just launched in April 2018. We generate TWO MILLION+ digital impressions and 11,000+ click through’s to our partner’s content every month. Our Instagram stories get hundreds of views & many influencers, brands & public figures are now following @FashionWeek.Pro. The founder is an ex-fashion buyer with 15+ years in the fashion industry and she is passionate about reinventing the retail space through affiliate marketing channel + publisher programs that ultimately benefit the designers, retailers, manufacturers – and you the consumer. FashionWeek.pro’s founder is also an Official Member of the Forbes Coaches Council & Forbes.com contributor who has curated a global team of fashion correspondents + photojournalists exclusively covering NYFW, LFW & PFW for the newly launched fashion channel.

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PRESS RELEASE VIA CAAFD: 

 

CAAFD Stages Two Highly Lauded Collective Showcases for New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 19 Season

 

 

On September 10th, CAAFD, The Council of Aspiring American Fashion Designers, brought some of the best rising and emerging designers from around the globe to the fashion capital of the world for a spectacularly received set of Spring/Summer 19 Collective Showcases. CAAFD, in collaboration with iFashion Network, presented this Collective Showcase at both the renowned Pier 59 venue as well as the world famous Industria venue. The Pier59 collective showcase’s lineup proved a thunderous occasion with designers and brands MOUTON BLANC, Zabetta Couture, Ayni and Thunyatorn, and the Industria collective showcase featured designers and brands Helena Bajaj-Larsen, Yufash, Sania Studio and Patricia Wijaya, both of which mark yet another successful and couldn’t be missed continuation of CAAFD’s long-running series of NYFW showcases. Those in attendance were thrilled with the offerings, including several well-known models such as Madeline Stuart and actors including Mario Van Peebles.

 

The Pier59 showcase came first and began with a performance by Myles C.O Gittens with a fusion violin performance that quickly got the attention of the audience before Designer Hakuyo Miya’s brand MOUTON BLANC started the fashion portion of the show off with an unforgettable experience, courtesy of the Japanese designer’s second showcase on a CAAFDsponsored showcase. Miya’s collection for this follow-up appearance exhibited his trademark fantasy stylings mixed with an elegance that showcased both his Japanese heritage as well as his experiences in Paris. Colors on display were incredibly sophisticated, with bright whites and the occasional darker colors put to good use. Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/AqmYHuvK94f6qPbx9

 

Following that came Zabetta Couture with designer Ruth Zabetta, who also made her second appearance at a CAAFD sponsored showcase. Zabetta Couture showcased the same drive and passion as the previous season’s showcase, and once again made her modern lines and cuts accentuate the feminine silhouettes of each model. This collection was decidedly summer inspired with bright greens and leaf designs on the pieces, with large hats adding to the looks. Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/fxLrtUXQhhvXs71d8

 

Next came an intermission from traditional Korean musician gamin playing a piri, leading into designer duo Ayni’s debut CAAFD sponsored showcase. Ayni’s dedication to ancient traditions with modern sensibilities and environmentally sustainable practices left the audience in awe with the sheer beauty of their pieces. Featuring sheer materials and swimsuit inspired cuts, Ayni’s collection evoked the warmer months. The main colors utilized were reds, yellows and blues. Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/1mS4eQ5fZFC7r8AB9

 

Finishing off this showcase was also a debut on a CAAFD sponsored showcase, this time for the Thai designer Thunyatorn. Much like Ayni’s collection that showcased heritage and tradition, Thunyatorn also made genius use of her Thai heritage in her pieces, which brought something the majority of the audience had never experienced before. Thunyatorn made quite an impression with gold headpieces on each model, featuring animals in 3D designs, which perfectly complemented the dark colors and cuts of the dresses, which all meshed incredibly well with each other. Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/2WBEsZHLX8fRdYybA

 

Later in the day came the Industria collective showcase, which kicked off with an impressive introduction performance by musician Yoav Shemmesh, featuring the musician on a keytar and launchpad device which provided the rhythm sections for his playing. Following the performance was the first designer for this showcase, Helena Bajaj-Larsen. Featuring striking colors that remained consistent with through each design. Each piece featured unique designs, with no one inspiration, there were bits and pieces from various different countries and regions represented. Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/UAiVb4FEmuefxs2E6

 

Following that came Estonian born designer Kadri Klampe with her Yufash brand. This collection featured extremely unique cuts and sheer materials, creating an entirely unique look. Yufash played with colors and designs throughout each piece, featuring almost glitch-like patterns. Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/i86FCzP6P6VcWkEd9

 

Next came an intermission played by Yoav Shemmesh once again who played a custom CAAFD inspired piece which thrilled the audience goers, which led into Sania Studio and designer Sania Maskatiya with her Pakistani influences clear in her collection. The cuts in this collection remained modern, but the designs and colors were clearly inspired by Pakistan influences. Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/ugs4ZQP1b3Pj3prL7

 

Finishing this showcase came Patricia Wijaya, a graduate of the Academy of Arts, who closed NYFW with a bang. This showcase left New York City awed with an extraordinarily unique collection featuring fantastical inspired cuts and eye-catching headwear. This collection had an underlying dark color palette, with dark blue and golds represented heavily to great effect. The shoes for this collection were provided by Cava Prive and jewelry was done by Dale Beevers Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/1YytsV99s8ofsFsP9

 

Hakuyo Miya is a Japanese designer who has studied at the Atelier Chardon Savard in Paris. His work with MOUTON BLANC is known for its fantasy-style elements, as he does a beautiful job combining real world with fairy tales. Miya’s fiery designs combine color, texture and culture into beautiful and elegant pieces, and has previously made an appearance on CAAFD sponsored showcases. His designs are known for the innovative lines and cuts as well as having an aspect of modernism throughout the collections.

 

Designer Ruth Zabetta was raised in both Spain and the Dominican Republic giving her a unique cultural background for her beautiful collection. Zabetta Couture is known for modern lines and cuts showcased throughout the collections, and this year is no different. Her modern but feminine collection does an exquisite job of creating beautiful silhouettes consistently through all the pieces. Zabetta’s collection is created for the modern but feminine woman and inspired by years of culture and design.

 

Ayni’s name, which is derived from a Peruvian turn of phrase meaning “today for you, tomorrow for me,” gives a look into the design process for the design duo, composed of Danish Laerke, and Adriana from Peru. Through Ayni, the duo make good on their name by making the brand focused on honoring ancient traditions, utilizing local materials and altering the production model to promote environmental sustainability. One of Ayni’s main goals is to combine ethics and aesthetics in a way that benefits the environment, but still remaining fashionable by using high-quality elements such as luxurious baby alpaca fur and Pima cotton.

 

Thunyatorn is the brainchild of Thunyatorn Ng, a designer originally hailing from Thailand. Starting in bridal makeup and hairstyling in 2009 when she moved to New York City, she later became the first Thai fashion designer to present during New York Fashion Week. After noticing a demand for traditional authentic Thai styled clothing, Thunyatorn took things into her own hands and spent years researching Thai styles and influences, which she has incorporated into her collections. Through her work, Thunyatorn seeks to popularize authentic Thai clothing across the U.S. by combining its traditional beauty with modern stylings.

Designer Helena Bajaj-Larsen is Half-Indian, Half-Norwegian yet Parisian born and bred, 23-year old designer Helena-Bajaj Larsen is a recent graduate of Parsons School of Design and launched her label just six months ago. She specializes in hand-painted textiles which she creates herself – works of abstract art on fabric, blending her love of textile craftsmanship with her training in fashion design. She draws inspiration from her nomadic lifestyle across various countries and cultures to form breathtaking collections using her one-of-a-kind fabrics as well as stunning sculptural jewelry pieces.

 

“A Yufash woman doesn’t follow trends; she sets them.” The brand has been worn by members of Little Mix and Billie Lourd in the hit tv series Scream Queens, and Yufash was also featured in an international edition of Marie Claire. Yufash is a unique and forward-thinking brand made for the confident and powerful women of the world, with all garments fabricated in England. The brand was founded in 2015 and since has skyrocketed in popularity. “We as a brand are so excited and honored to have been selected to work the CAAFD, and we look forward to our presentation,” – Kadri Klampe, the Estonian-born founder and designer of Yufash.

 

Designer Sania Maskatiya and Sania Studio’s designs are marked by their ornate and regal inspirations, which masterfully highlight feminine silhouettes. The designs are inspired by the beauty of nature and the environment while still being modern and classic. The collection will include only high luxe fabrics cut and draped in a luxurious design. The design house engages in some of the best craftsmanship in Pakistan, coming from generations of artisans who have specialized and perfected their craft. The brand is known for including rich textiles, fabric design and embroidery within their pieces. Sania Maskatiya has quickly become Pakistan’s most lauded designer and most prized fashion export.

 

Patricia Wijaya started her label in 2016 after graduating Academy of Art University in San Francisco. The label first released a Prêt-A-Couture line in Jakarta, which focused on telling a story and showcasing innovation throughout. This years collection is inspired by both fairytales and technology, and showcases a Cinderella-like aesthetic in the future. For this collection, Wijaya created what has been described by early viewers as an exquisite collection of a modern-day fairytale for the equally modern woman.

 

About CAAFD:

Council of Aspiring American Fashion Designers, [CAAFD] is a non-profit organization founded through a collaborative effort by a few key pioneers in the fashion industry with the ambitious goal of promoting designers who aspire to expand their brand awareness and do business in the United States. CAAFD educates, promotes and empowers aspiring designers and fashion professionals in gaining a foothold in the fashion business, giving them every opportunity to become the renowned designer they yearn to be. More information can be found at: http://www.caafd.org

 

About iFashion Network:

iFashion Network is an online portal for everything new and groundbreaking in fashion. It is a global fashion hub, providing articles on designers, events, menswear, women’s wear, shopping, trends, and all the behind the scenes info you could ever want, delivered by unique personalities who know the fashion world inside and out. iFashion Network also boasts several industry leading original fashion-focused internet television shows. More information can be found at: http://www.ifashionnetwork.com

All Images via Imaxtree / CAAFD

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Ruth Zabetta Couture SS19 Runway Show + Collection – CAAFD’s Presentation During New York Fashion Week at Chelsea Piers | via @ruthzabetta_couture @caafd @nyfw @fashion_week #NYFW #Fashion #FashionWeek #Couture #Runway #CAAFD #FashionDesigners

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Ruth Zabetta Couture SS19 Runway Show + Collection During New York Fashion Week

 

 

 

For Immediate Release: September 21st, 2018
Press Inquiries – press@fashionweek.pro

FashionWeek.Pro has just completed live coverage with a team of correspondents, photographers + photojournalists at New York Fashion Week and London Fashion Week. Our teams in New York and London covered 70+ runway shows in the last two weeks which is amazing for a brand new fashion channel like FashionWeek.Pro! Next week, the team heads to Paris for Paris Fashion Week.

In an effort to publish every designer collection we were allowed to preview by attending the live runway show presented during both of these prestigious fashion week events, we will be publishing all collection galleries first without formally reviewing each collection itself. FashionWeek.Pro photographers in the US ( Melissa Enriquez & Julia Sariy) and our London photographers (Kurt Rebry & Alma Rosaz) are diligently working on processing runway images from all of these shows. Every designer presenting fashion shows at NYFW that the FashionWeek.Pro team covered live in NYC & London, will have 2-3 feature articles. In this article, we will focus on all the Getty/PR firm Images and press releases provided to FashionWeek.Pro by each designer’s team. Next, the FashionWeek.Pro team’s images, stories & videos captured by our media correspondents through live iPhone reporting will be featured and we’ll highlight all FashionWeek.Pro EXCLUSIVE photography of the show with commentary along with where you can pre-order each collection.

Don’t forget to check out @FashionWeek.Pro’s IGTV & Instagram stories!  

***Images are subject to copyright. Please email press@fashionweek.pro for written permission to use. 

 

 

 

 

ABOUT FashionWeek.Pro: 

FashionWeek.pro is a runway + fashion week-themed content site that is fully-powered through affiliate marketing publisher links & partnerships. FashionWeek.Pro team is hard at work with over 125+ new affiliate channel publishing partnerships in just the last month. The ultimate goal is to delight our readers with the robust amount of content each brand and brand’s season that is located all in one place & with just a few clicks to the shopping cart from our features. The first step to provide an exceptional shopping experience is to add as many product feeds as possible from our publishing partners.

FashionWeek.Pro wants to provide the most comprehensive and robust shopping research for all of the major labels, designers & luxury retailers so that you can make a well educated, fashionista decision on your shopping selections for the season. Imagine runway images from the hottest Fashion Week shows across the globe, with every retailer carrying the line just below.

Our Pinterest page consistently gets between 50k – 300k hits per month and it was just launched in April 2018. We generate TWO MILLION+ digital impressions and 11,000+ click through’s to our partner’s content every month. Our Instagram stories get hundreds of views & many influencers, brands & public figures are now following @FashionWeek.Pro. The founder is an ex-fashion buyer with 15+ years in the fashion industry and she is passionate about reinventing the retail space through affiliate marketing channel + publisher programs that ultimately benefit the designers, retailers, manufacturers – and you the consumer. FashionWeek.pro’s founder is also an Official Member of the Forbes Coaches Council & Forbes.com contributor who has curated a global team of fashion correspondents + photojournalists exclusively covering NYFW, LFW & PFW for the newly launched fashion channel.

###

PRESS RELEASE VIA CAAFD: 

 

CAAFD Stages Two Highly Lauded Collective Showcases for New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 19 Season

 

 

On September 10th, CAAFD, The Council of Aspiring American Fashion Designers, brought some of the best rising and emerging designers from around the globe to the fashion capital of the world for a spectacularly received set of Spring/Summer 19 Collective Showcases. CAAFD, in collaboration with iFashion Network, presented this Collective Showcase at both the renowned Pier 59 venue as well as the world famous Industria venue. The Pier59 collective showcase’s lineup proved a thunderous occasion with designers and brands MOUTON BLANC, Zabetta Couture, Ayni and Thunyatorn, and the Industria collective showcase featured designers and brands Helena Bajaj-Larsen, Yufash, Sania Studio and Patricia Wijaya, both of which mark yet another successful and couldn’t be missed continuation of CAAFD’s long-running series of NYFW showcases. Those in attendance were thrilled with the offerings, including several well-known models such as Madeline Stuart and actors including Mario Van Peebles.

 

The Pier59 showcase came first and began with a performance by Myles C.O Gittens with a fusion violin performance that quickly got the attention of the audience before Designer Hakuyo Miya’s brand MOUTON BLANC started the fashion portion of the show off with an unforgettable experience, courtesy of the Japanese designer’s second showcase on a CAAFDsponsored showcase. Miya’s collection for this follow-up appearance exhibited his trademark fantasy stylings mixed with an elegance that showcased both his Japanese heritage as well as his experiences in Paris. Colors on display were incredibly sophisticated, with bright whites and the occasional darker colors put to good use. Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/AqmYHuvK94f6qPbx9

 

Following that came Zabetta Couture with designer Ruth Zabetta, who also made her second appearance at a CAAFD sponsored showcase. Zabetta Couture showcased the same drive and passion as the previous season’s showcase, and once again made her modern lines and cuts accentuate the feminine silhouettes of each model. This collection was decidedly summer inspired with bright greens and leaf designs on the pieces, with large hats adding to the looks. Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/fxLrtUXQhhvXs71d8

 

Next came an intermission from traditional Korean musician gamin playing a piri, leading into designer duo Ayni’s debut CAAFD sponsored showcase. Ayni’s dedication to ancient traditions with modern sensibilities and environmentally sustainable practices left the audience in awe with the sheer beauty of their pieces. Featuring sheer materials and swimsuit inspired cuts, Ayni’s collection evoked the warmer months. The main colors utilized were reds, yellows and blues. Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/1mS4eQ5fZFC7r8AB9

 

Finishing off this showcase was also a debut on a CAAFD sponsored showcase, this time for the Thai designer Thunyatorn. Much like Ayni’s collection that showcased heritage and tradition, Thunyatorn also made genius use of her Thai heritage in her pieces, which brought something the majority of the audience had never experienced before. Thunyatorn made quite an impression with gold headpieces on each model, featuring animals in 3D designs, which perfectly complemented the dark colors and cuts of the dresses, which all meshed incredibly well with each other. Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/2WBEsZHLX8fRdYybA

 

Later in the day came the Industria collective showcase, which kicked off with an impressive introduction performance by musician Yoav Shemmesh, featuring the musician on a keytar and launchpad device which provided the rhythm sections for his playing. Following the performance was the first designer for this showcase, Helena Bajaj-Larsen. Featuring striking colors that remained consistent with through each design. Each piece featured unique designs, with no one inspiration, there were bits and pieces from various different countries and regions represented. Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/UAiVb4FEmuefxs2E6

 

Following that came Estonian born designer Kadri Klampe with her Yufash brand. This collection featured extremely unique cuts and sheer materials, creating an entirely unique look. Yufash played with colors and designs throughout each piece, featuring almost glitch-like patterns. Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/i86FCzP6P6VcWkEd9

 

Next came an intermission played by Yoav Shemmesh once again who played a custom CAAFD inspired piece which thrilled the audience goers, which led into Sania Studio and designer Sania Maskatiya with her Pakistani influences clear in her collection. The cuts in this collection remained modern, but the designs and colors were clearly inspired by Pakistan influences. Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/ugs4ZQP1b3Pj3prL7

 

Finishing this showcase came Patricia Wijaya, a graduate of the Academy of Arts, who closed NYFW with a bang. This showcase left New York City awed with an extraordinarily unique collection featuring fantastical inspired cuts and eye-catching headwear. This collection had an underlying dark color palette, with dark blue and golds represented heavily to great effect. The shoes for this collection were provided by Cava Prive and jewelry was done by Dale Beevers Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/1YytsV99s8ofsFsP9

 

Hakuyo Miya is a Japanese designer who has studied at the Atelier Chardon Savard in Paris. His work with MOUTON BLANC is known for its fantasy-style elements, as he does a beautiful job combining real world with fairy tales. Miya’s fiery designs combine color, texture and culture into beautiful and elegant pieces, and has previously made an appearance on CAAFD sponsored showcases. His designs are known for the innovative lines and cuts as well as having an aspect of modernism throughout the collections.

 

Designer Ruth Zabetta was raised in both Spain and the Dominican Republic giving her a unique cultural background for her beautiful collection. Zabetta Couture is known for modern lines and cuts showcased throughout the collections, and this year is no different. Her modern but feminine collection does an exquisite job of creating beautiful silhouettes consistently through all the pieces. Zabetta’s collection is created for the modern but feminine woman and inspired by years of culture and design.

 

Ayni’s name, which is derived from a Peruvian turn of phrase meaning “today for you, tomorrow for me,” gives a look into the design process for the design duo, composed of Danish Laerke, and Adriana from Peru. Through Ayni, the duo make good on their name by making the brand focused on honoring ancient traditions, utilizing local materials and altering the production model to promote environmental sustainability. One of Ayni’s main goals is to combine ethics and aesthetics in a way that benefits the environment, but still remaining fashionable by using high-quality elements such as luxurious baby alpaca fur and Pima cotton.

 

Thunyatorn is the brainchild of Thunyatorn Ng, a designer originally hailing from Thailand. Starting in bridal makeup and hairstyling in 2009 when she moved to New York City, she later became the first Thai fashion designer to present during New York Fashion Week. After noticing a demand for traditional authentic Thai styled clothing, Thunyatorn took things into her own hands and spent years researching Thai styles and influences, which she has incorporated into her collections. Through her work, Thunyatorn seeks to popularize authentic Thai clothing across the U.S. by combining its traditional beauty with modern stylings.

Designer Helena Bajaj-Larsen is Half-Indian, Half-Norwegian yet Parisian born and bred, 23-year old designer Helena-Bajaj Larsen is a recent graduate of Parsons School of Design and launched her label just six months ago. She specializes in hand-painted textiles which she creates herself – works of abstract art on fabric, blending her love of textile craftsmanship with her training in fashion design. She draws inspiration from her nomadic lifestyle across various countries and cultures to form breathtaking collections using her one-of-a-kind fabrics as well as stunning sculptural jewelry pieces.

 

“A Yufash woman doesn’t follow trends; she sets them.” The brand has been worn by members of Little Mix and Billie Lourd in the hit tv series Scream Queens, and Yufash was also featured in an international edition of Marie Claire. Yufash is a unique and forward-thinking brand made for the confident and powerful women of the world, with all garments fabricated in England. The brand was founded in 2015 and since has skyrocketed in popularity. “We as a brand are so excited and honored to have been selected to work the CAAFD, and we look forward to our presentation,” – Kadri Klampe, the Estonian-born founder and designer of Yufash.

 

Designer Sania Maskatiya and Sania Studio’s designs are marked by their ornate and regal inspirations, which masterfully highlight feminine silhouettes. The designs are inspired by the beauty of nature and the environment while still being modern and classic. The collection will include only high luxe fabrics cut and draped in a luxurious design. The design house engages in some of the best craftsmanship in Pakistan, coming from generations of artisans who have specialized and perfected their craft. The brand is known for including rich textiles, fabric design and embroidery within their pieces. Sania Maskatiya has quickly become Pakistan’s most lauded designer and most prized fashion export.

 

Patricia Wijaya started her label in 2016 after graduating Academy of Art University in San Francisco. The label first released a Prêt-A-Couture line in Jakarta, which focused on telling a story and showcasing innovation throughout. This years collection is inspired by both fairytales and technology, and showcases a Cinderella-like aesthetic in the future. For this collection, Wijaya created what has been described by early viewers as an exquisite collection of a modern-day fairytale for the equally modern woman.

 

About CAAFD:

Council of Aspiring American Fashion Designers, [CAAFD] is a non-profit organization founded through a collaborative effort by a few key pioneers in the fashion industry with the ambitious goal of promoting designers who aspire to expand their brand awareness and do business in the United States. CAAFD educates, promotes and empowers aspiring designers and fashion professionals in gaining a foothold in the fashion business, giving them every opportunity to become the renowned designer they yearn to be. More information can be found at: http://www.caafd.org

 

About iFashion Network:

iFashion Network is an online portal for everything new and groundbreaking in fashion. It is a global fashion hub, providing articles on designers, events, menswear, women’s wear, shopping, trends, and all the behind the scenes info you could ever want, delivered by unique personalities who know the fashion world inside and out. iFashion Network also boasts several industry leading original fashion-focused internet television shows. More information can be found at: http://www.ifashionnetwork.com

All Images via Imaxtree / CAAFD

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Thurnyatorn SS19 Runway Show + Collection – CAAFD’s Presentation During New York Fashion Week at Chelsea Piers | via @thurnyatorn_thaidress @caafd @nyfw @fashion_week #NYFW #Fashion #FashionWeek #Couture #Runway #CAAFD #FashionDesigners #EmergingDesigners

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Thurnyatorn SS19 Runway Show + Collection During New York Fashion Week

 

 

 

For Immediate Release: September 21st, 2018
Press Inquiries – press@fashionweek.pro

FashionWeek.Pro has just completed live coverage with a team of correspondents, photographers + photojournalists at New York Fashion Week and London Fashion Week. Our teams in New York and London covered 70+ runway shows in the last two weeks which is amazing for a brand new fashion channel like FashionWeek.Pro! Next week, the team heads to Paris for Paris Fashion Week.

In an effort to publish every designer collection we were allowed to preview by attending the live runway show presented during both of these prestigious fashion week events, we will be publishing all collection galleries first without formally reviewing each collection itself. FashionWeek.Pro photographers in the US ( Melissa Enriquez & Julia Sariy) and our London photographers (Kurt Rebry & Alma Rosaz) are diligently working on processing runway images from all of these shows. Every designer presenting fashion shows at NYFW that the FashionWeek.Pro team covered live in NYC & London, will have 2-3 feature articles. In this article, we will focus on all the Getty/PR firm Images and press releases provided to FashionWeek.Pro by each designer’s team. Next, the FashionWeek.Pro team’s images, stories & videos captured by our media correspondents through live iPhone reporting will be featured and we’ll highlight all FashionWeek.Pro EXCLUSIVE photography of the show with commentary along with where you can pre-order each collection.

Don’t forget to check out @FashionWeek.Pro’s IGTV & Instagram stories!  

***Images are subject to copyright. Please email press@fashionweek.pro for written permission to use. 

 

 

 

 

ABOUT FashionWeek.Pro: 

FashionWeek.pro is a runway + fashion week-themed content site that is fully-powered through affiliate marketing publisher links & partnerships. FashionWeek.Pro team is hard at work with over 125+ new affiliate channel publishing partnerships in just the last month. The ultimate goal is to delight our readers with the robust amount of content each brand and brand’s season that is located all in one place & with just a few clicks to the shopping cart from our features. The first step to provide an exceptional shopping experience is to add as many product feeds as possible from our publishing partners.

FashionWeek.Pro wants to provide the most comprehensive and robust shopping research for all of the major labels, designers & luxury retailers so that you can make a well educated, fashionista decision on your shopping selections for the season. Imagine runway images from the hottest Fashion Week shows across the globe, with every retailer carrying the line just below.

Our Pinterest page consistently gets between 50k – 300k hits per month and it was just launched in April 2018. We generate TWO MILLION+ digital impressions and 11,000+ click through’s to our partner’s content every month. Our Instagram stories get hundreds of views & many influencers, brands & public figures are now following @FashionWeek.Pro. The founder is an ex-fashion buyer with 15+ years in the fashion industry and she is passionate about reinventing the retail space through affiliate marketing channel + publisher programs that ultimately benefit the designers, retailers, manufacturers – and you the consumer. FashionWeek.pro’s founder is also an Official Member of the Forbes Coaches Council & Forbes.com contributor who has curated a global team of fashion correspondents + photojournalists exclusively covering NYFW, LFW & PFW for the newly launched fashion channel.

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PRESS RELEASE VIA CAAFD: 

 

CAAFD Stages Two Highly Lauded Collective Showcases for New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 19 Season

 

 

On September 10th, CAAFD, The Council of Aspiring American Fashion Designers, brought some of the best rising and emerging designers from around the globe to the fashion capital of the world for a spectacularly received set of Spring/Summer 19 Collective Showcases. CAAFD, in collaboration with iFashion Network, presented this Collective Showcase at both the renowned Pier 59 venue as well as the world famous Industria venue. The Pier59 collective showcase’s lineup proved a thunderous occasion with designers and brands MOUTON BLANC, Zabetta Couture, Ayni and Thunyatorn, and the Industria collective showcase featured designers and brands Helena Bajaj-Larsen, Yufash, Sania Studio and Patricia Wijaya, both of which mark yet another successful and couldn’t be missed continuation of CAAFD’s long-running series of NYFW showcases. Those in attendance were thrilled with the offerings, including several well-known models such as Madeline Stuart and actors including Mario Van Peebles.

 

The Pier59 showcase came first and began with a performance by Myles C.O Gittens with a fusion violin performance that quickly got the attention of the audience before Designer Hakuyo Miya’s brand MOUTON BLANC started the fashion portion of the show off with an unforgettable experience, courtesy of the Japanese designer’s second showcase on a CAAFDsponsored showcase. Miya’s collection for this follow-up appearance exhibited his trademark fantasy stylings mixed with an elegance that showcased both his Japanese heritage as well as his experiences in Paris. Colors on display were incredibly sophisticated, with bright whites and the occasional darker colors put to good use. Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/AqmYHuvK94f6qPbx9

 

Following that came Zabetta Couture with designer Ruth Zabetta, who also made her second appearance at a CAAFD sponsored showcase. Zabetta Couture showcased the same drive and passion as the previous season’s showcase, and once again made her modern lines and cuts accentuate the feminine silhouettes of each model. This collection was decidedly summer inspired with bright greens and leaf designs on the pieces, with large hats adding to the looks. Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/fxLrtUXQhhvXs71d8

 

Next came an intermission from traditional Korean musician gamin playing a piri, leading into designer duo Ayni’s debut CAAFD sponsored showcase. Ayni’s dedication to ancient traditions with modern sensibilities and environmentally sustainable practices left the audience in awe with the sheer beauty of their pieces. Featuring sheer materials and swimsuit inspired cuts, Ayni’s collection evoked the warmer months. The main colors utilized were reds, yellows and blues. Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/1mS4eQ5fZFC7r8AB9

 

Finishing off this showcase was also a debut on a CAAFD sponsored showcase, this time for the Thai designer Thunyatorn. Much like Ayni’s collection that showcased heritage and tradition, Thunyatorn also made genius use of her Thai heritage in her pieces, which brought something the majority of the audience had never experienced before. Thunyatorn made quite an impression with gold headpieces on each model, featuring animals in 3D designs, which perfectly complemented the dark colors and cuts of the dresses, which all meshed incredibly well with each other. Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/2WBEsZHLX8fRdYybA

 

Later in the day came the Industria collective showcase, which kicked off with an impressive introduction performance by musician Yoav Shemmesh, featuring the musician on a keytar and launchpad device which provided the rhythm sections for his playing. Following the performance was the first designer for this showcase, Helena Bajaj-Larsen. Featuring striking colors that remained consistent with through each design. Each piece featured unique designs, with no one inspiration, there were bits and pieces from various different countries and regions represented. Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/UAiVb4FEmuefxs2E6

 

Following that came Estonian born designer Kadri Klampe with her Yufash brand. This collection featured extremely unique cuts and sheer materials, creating an entirely unique look. Yufash played with colors and designs throughout each piece, featuring almost glitch-like patterns. Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/i86FCzP6P6VcWkEd9

 

Next came an intermission played by Yoav Shemmesh once again who played a custom CAAFD inspired piece which thrilled the audience goers, which led into Sania Studio and designer Sania Maskatiya with her Pakistani influences clear in her collection. The cuts in this collection remained modern, but the designs and colors were clearly inspired by Pakistan influences. Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/ugs4ZQP1b3Pj3prL7

 

Finishing this showcase came Patricia Wijaya, a graduate of the Academy of Arts, who closed NYFW with a bang. This showcase left New York City awed with an extraordinarily unique collection featuring fantastical inspired cuts and eye-catching headwear. This collection had an underlying dark color palette, with dark blue and golds represented heavily to great effect. The shoes for this collection were provided by Cava Prive and jewelry was done by Dale Beevers Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/1YytsV99s8ofsFsP9

 

Hakuyo Miya is a Japanese designer who has studied at the Atelier Chardon Savard in Paris. His work with MOUTON BLANC is known for its fantasy-style elements, as he does a beautiful job combining real world with fairy tales. Miya’s fiery designs combine color, texture and culture into beautiful and elegant pieces, and has previously made an appearance on CAAFD sponsored showcases. His designs are known for the innovative lines and cuts as well as having an aspect of modernism throughout the collections.

 

Designer Ruth Zabetta was raised in both Spain and the Dominican Republic giving her a unique cultural background for her beautiful collection. Zabetta Couture is known for modern lines and cuts showcased throughout the collections, and this year is no different. Her modern but feminine collection does an exquisite job of creating beautiful silhouettes consistently through all the pieces. Zabetta’s collection is created for the modern but feminine woman and inspired by years of culture and design.

 

Ayni’s name, which is derived from a Peruvian turn of phrase meaning “today for you, tomorrow for me,” gives a look into the design process for the design duo, composed of Danish Laerke, and Adriana from Peru. Through Ayni, the duo make good on their name by making the brand focused on honoring ancient traditions, utilizing local materials and altering the production model to promote environmental sustainability. One of Ayni’s main goals is to combine ethics and aesthetics in a way that benefits the environment, but still remaining fashionable by using high-quality elements such as luxurious baby alpaca fur and Pima cotton.

 

Thunyatorn is the brainchild of Thunyatorn Ng, a designer originally hailing from Thailand. Starting in bridal makeup and hairstyling in 2009 when she moved to New York City, she later became the first Thai fashion designer to present during New York Fashion Week. After noticing a demand for traditional authentic Thai styled clothing, Thunyatorn took things into her own hands and spent years researching Thai styles and influences, which she has incorporated into her collections. Through her work, Thunyatorn seeks to popularize authentic Thai clothing across the U.S. by combining its traditional beauty with modern stylings.

Designer Helena Bajaj-Larsen is Half-Indian, Half-Norwegian yet Parisian born and bred, 23-year old designer Helena-Bajaj Larsen is a recent graduate of Parsons School of Design and launched her label just six months ago. She specializes in hand-painted textiles which she creates herself – works of abstract art on fabric, blending her love of textile craftsmanship with her training in fashion design. She draws inspiration from her nomadic lifestyle across various countries and cultures to form breathtaking collections using her one-of-a-kind fabrics as well as stunning sculptural jewelry pieces.

 

“A Yufash woman doesn’t follow trends; she sets them.” The brand has been worn by members of Little Mix and Billie Lourd in the hit tv series Scream Queens, and Yufash was also featured in an international edition of Marie Claire. Yufash is a unique and forward-thinking brand made for the confident and powerful women of the world, with all garments fabricated in England. The brand was founded in 2015 and since has skyrocketed in popularity. “We as a brand are so excited and honored to have been selected to work the CAAFD, and we look forward to our presentation,” – Kadri Klampe, the Estonian-born founder and designer of Yufash.

 

Designer Sania Maskatiya and Sania Studio’s designs are marked by their ornate and regal inspirations, which masterfully highlight feminine silhouettes. The designs are inspired by the beauty of nature and the environment while still being modern and classic. The collection will include only high luxe fabrics cut and draped in a luxurious design. The design house engages in some of the best craftsmanship in Pakistan, coming from generations of artisans who have specialized and perfected their craft. The brand is known for including rich textiles, fabric design and embroidery within their pieces. Sania Maskatiya has quickly become Pakistan’s most lauded designer and most prized fashion export.

 

Patricia Wijaya started her label in 2016 after graduating Academy of Art University in San Francisco. The label first released a Prêt-A-Couture line in Jakarta, which focused on telling a story and showcasing innovation throughout. This years collection is inspired by both fairytales and technology, and showcases a Cinderella-like aesthetic in the future. For this collection, Wijaya created what has been described by early viewers as an exquisite collection of a modern-day fairytale for the equally modern woman.

 

About CAAFD:

Council of Aspiring American Fashion Designers, [CAAFD] is a non-profit organization founded through a collaborative effort by a few key pioneers in the fashion industry with the ambitious goal of promoting designers who aspire to expand their brand awareness and do business in the United States. CAAFD educates, promotes and empowers aspiring designers and fashion professionals in gaining a foothold in the fashion business, giving them every opportunity to become the renowned designer they yearn to be. More information can be found at: http://www.caafd.org

 

About iFashion Network:

iFashion Network is an online portal for everything new and groundbreaking in fashion. It is a global fashion hub, providing articles on designers, events, menswear, women’s wear, shopping, trends, and all the behind the scenes info you could ever want, delivered by unique personalities who know the fashion world inside and out. iFashion Network also boasts several industry leading original fashion-focused internet television shows. More information can be found at: http://www.ifashionnetwork.com

All Images via Imaxtree / CAAFD

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Helena Bajaj-Larsen SS19 Runway Show + Collection – CAAFD’s Presentation During New York Fashion Week at Industria Studios | via @helena.bajaj.larsen @helenablarsen @caafd @nyfw @fashion_week #NYFW #Fashion #FashionWeek #Couture #Runway #CAAFD #FashionDesigners #EmergingDesigners

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Helena Bajaj-Larsen SS19 Runway Show + Collection – CAAFD’s Presentation During New York Fashion Week at Industria Studios | via @helena.bajaj.larsen @helenablarsen @caafd @nyfw @fashion_week #NYFW #Fashion #FashionWeek #Couture #Runway #CAAFD #FashionDesigners #EmergingDesigners

Helena Bajaj-Larsen SS19 Runway Show + Collection During New York Fashion Week

 

 

 

For Immediate Release: September 21st, 2018
Press Inquiries – press@fashionweek.pro

FashionWeek.Pro has just completed live coverage with a team of correspondents, photographers + photojournalists at New York Fashion Week and London Fashion Week. Our teams in New York and London covered 70+ runway shows in the last two weeks which is amazing for a brand new fashion channel like FashionWeek.Pro! Next week, the team heads to Paris for Paris Fashion Week.

In an effort to publish every designer collection we were allowed to preview by attending the live runway show presented during both of these prestigious fashion week events, we will be publishing all collection galleries first without formally reviewing each collection itself. FashionWeek.Pro photographers in the US ( Melissa Enriquez & Julia Sariy) and our London photographers (Kurt Rebry & Alma Rosaz) are diligently working on processing runway images from all of these shows. Every designer presenting fashion shows at NYFW that the FashionWeek.Pro team covered live in NYC & London, will have 2-3 feature articles. In this article, we will focus on all the Getty/PR firm Images and press releases provided to FashionWeek.Pro by each designer’s team. Next, the FashionWeek.Pro team’s images, stories & videos captured by our media correspondents through live iPhone reporting will be featured and we’ll highlight all FashionWeek.Pro EXCLUSIVE photography of the show with commentary along with where you can pre-order each collection.

Don’t forget to check out @FashionWeek.Pro’s IGTV & Instagram stories!  

***Images are subject to copyright. Please email press@fashionweek.pro for written permission to use. 

 

 

 

 

ABOUT FashionWeek.Pro: 

FashionWeek.pro is a runway + fashion week-themed content site that is fully-powered through affiliate marketing publisher links & partnerships. FashionWeek.Pro team is hard at work with over 125+ new affiliate channel publishing partnerships in just the last month. The ultimate goal is to delight our readers with the robust amount of content each brand and brand’s season that is located all in one place & with just a few clicks to the shopping cart from our features. The first step to provide an exceptional shopping experience is to add as many product feeds as possible from our publishing partners.

FashionWeek.Pro wants to provide the most comprehensive and robust shopping research for all of the major labels, designers & luxury retailers so that you can make a well educated, fashionista decision on your shopping selections for the season. Imagine runway images from the hottest Fashion Week shows across the globe, with every retailer carrying the line just below.

Our Pinterest page consistently gets between 50k – 300k hits per month and it was just launched in April 2018. We generate TWO MILLION+ digital impressions and 11,000+ click through’s to our partner’s content every month. Our Instagram stories get hundreds of views & many influencers, brands & public figures are now following @FashionWeek.Pro. The founder is an ex-fashion buyer with 15+ years in the fashion industry and she is passionate about reinventing the retail space through affiliate marketing channel + publisher programs that ultimately benefit the designers, retailers, manufacturers – and you the consumer. FashionWeek.pro’s founder is also an Official Member of the Forbes Coaches Council & Forbes.com contributor who has curated a global team of fashion correspondents + photojournalists exclusively covering NYFW, LFW & PFW for the newly launched fashion channel.

###

PRESS RELEASE VIA CAAFD: 

 

CAAFD Stages Two Highly Lauded Collective Showcases for New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 19 Season

 

 

On September 10th, CAAFD, The Council of Aspiring American Fashion Designers, brought some of the best rising and emerging designers from around the globe to the fashion capital of the world for a spectacularly received set of Spring/Summer 19 Collective Showcases. CAAFD, in collaboration with iFashion Network, presented this Collective Showcase at both the renowned Pier 59 venue as well as the world famous Industria venue. The Pier59 collective showcase’s lineup proved a thunderous occasion with designers and brands MOUTON BLANC, Zabetta Couture, Ayni and Thunyatorn, and the Industria collective showcase featured designers and brands Helena Bajaj-Larsen, Yufash, Sania Studio and Patricia Wijaya, both of which mark yet another successful and couldn’t be missed continuation of CAAFD’s long-running series of NYFW showcases. Those in attendance were thrilled with the offerings, including several well-known models such as Madeline Stuart and actors including Mario Van Peebles.

 

The Pier59 showcase came first and began with a performance by Myles C.O Gittens with a fusion violin performance that quickly got the attention of the audience before Designer Hakuyo Miya’s brand MOUTON BLANC started the fashion portion of the show off with an unforgettable experience, courtesy of the Japanese designer’s second showcase on a CAAFDsponsored showcase. Miya’s collection for this follow-up appearance exhibited his trademark fantasy stylings mixed with an elegance that showcased both his Japanese heritage as well as his experiences in Paris. Colors on display were incredibly sophisticated, with bright whites and the occasional darker colors put to good use. Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/AqmYHuvK94f6qPbx9

 

Following that came Zabetta Couture with designer Ruth Zabetta, who also made her second appearance at a CAAFD sponsored showcase. Zabetta Couture showcased the same drive and passion as the previous season’s showcase, and once again made her modern lines and cuts accentuate the feminine silhouettes of each model. This collection was decidedly summer inspired with bright greens and leaf designs on the pieces, with large hats adding to the looks. Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/fxLrtUXQhhvXs71d8

 

Next came an intermission from traditional Korean musician gamin playing a piri, leading into designer duo Ayni’s debut CAAFD sponsored showcase. Ayni’s dedication to ancient traditions with modern sensibilities and environmentally sustainable practices left the audience in awe with the sheer beauty of their pieces. Featuring sheer materials and swimsuit inspired cuts, Ayni’s collection evoked the warmer months. The main colors utilized were reds, yellows and blues. Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/1mS4eQ5fZFC7r8AB9

 

Finishing off this showcase was also a debut on a CAAFD sponsored showcase, this time for the Thai designer Thunyatorn. Much like Ayni’s collection that showcased heritage and tradition, Thunyatorn also made genius use of her Thai heritage in her pieces, which brought something the majority of the audience had never experienced before. Thunyatorn made quite an impression with gold headpieces on each model, featuring animals in 3D designs, which perfectly complemented the dark colors and cuts of the dresses, which all meshed incredibly well with each other. Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/2WBEsZHLX8fRdYybA

 

Later in the day came the Industria collective showcase, which kicked off with an impressive introduction performance by musician Yoav Shemmesh, featuring the musician on a keytar and launchpad device which provided the rhythm sections for his playing. Following the performance was the first designer for this showcase, Helena Bajaj-Larsen. Featuring striking colors that remained consistent with through each design. Each piece featured unique designs, with no one inspiration, there were bits and pieces from various different countries and regions represented. Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/UAiVb4FEmuefxs2E6

 

Following that came Estonian born designer Kadri Klampe with her Yufash brand. This collection featured extremely unique cuts and sheer materials, creating an entirely unique look. Yufash played with colors and designs throughout each piece, featuring almost glitch-like patterns. Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/i86FCzP6P6VcWkEd9

 

Next came an intermission played by Yoav Shemmesh once again who played a custom CAAFD inspired piece which thrilled the audience goers, which led into Sania Studio and designer Sania Maskatiya with her Pakistani influences clear in her collection. The cuts in this collection remained modern, but the designs and colors were clearly inspired by Pakistan influences. Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/ugs4ZQP1b3Pj3prL7

 

Finishing this showcase came Patricia Wijaya, a graduate of the Academy of Arts, who closed NYFW with a bang. This showcase left New York City awed with an extraordinarily unique collection featuring fantastical inspired cuts and eye-catching headwear. This collection had an underlying dark color palette, with dark blue and golds represented heavily to great effect. The shoes for this collection were provided by Cava Prive and jewelry was done by Dale Beevers Images can be found here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/1YytsV99s8ofsFsP9

 

Hakuyo Miya is a Japanese designer who has studied at the Atelier Chardon Savard in Paris. His work with MOUTON BLANC is known for its fantasy-style elements, as he does a beautiful job combining real world with fairy tales. Miya’s fiery designs combine color, texture and culture into beautiful and elegant pieces, and has previously made an appearance on CAAFD sponsored showcases. His designs are known for the innovative lines and cuts as well as having an aspect of modernism throughout the collections.

 

Designer Ruth Zabetta was raised in both Spain and the Dominican Republic giving her a unique cultural background for her beautiful collection. Zabetta Couture is known for modern lines and cuts showcased throughout the collections, and this year is no different. Her modern but feminine collection does an exquisite job of creating beautiful silhouettes consistently through all the pieces. Zabetta’s collection is created for the modern but feminine woman and inspired by years of culture and design.

 

Ayni’s name, which is derived from a Peruvian turn of phrase meaning “today for you, tomorrow for me,” gives a look into the design process for the design duo, composed of Danish Laerke, and Adriana from Peru. Through Ayni, the duo make good on their name by making the brand focused on honoring ancient traditions, utilizing local materials and altering the production model to promote environmental sustainability. One of Ayni’s main goals is to combine ethics and aesthetics in a way that benefits the environment, but still remaining fashionable by using high-quality elements such as luxurious baby alpaca fur and Pima cotton.

 

Thunyatorn is the brainchild of Thunyatorn Ng, a designer originally hailing from Thailand. Starting in bridal makeup and hairstyling in 2009 when she moved to New York City, she later became the first Thai fashion designer to present during New York Fashion Week. After noticing a demand for traditional authentic Thai styled clothing, Thunyatorn took things into her own hands and spent years researching Thai styles and influences, which she has incorporated into her collections. Through her work, Thunyatorn seeks to popularize authentic Thai clothing across the U.S. by combining its traditional beauty with modern stylings.

Designer Helena Bajaj-Larsen is Half-Indian, Half-Norwegian yet Parisian born and bred, 23-year old designer Helena-Bajaj Larsen is a recent graduate of Parsons School of Design and launched her label just six months ago. She specializes in hand-painted textiles which she creates herself – works of abstract art on fabric, blending her love of textile craftsmanship with her training in fashion design. She draws inspiration from her nomadic lifestyle across various countries and cultures to form breathtaking collections using her one-of-a-kind fabrics as well as stunning sculptural jewelry pieces.

 

“A Yufash woman doesn’t follow trends; she sets them.” The brand has been worn by members of Little Mix and Billie Lourd in the hit tv series Scream Queens, and Yufash was also featured in an international edition of Marie Claire. Yufash is a unique and forward-thinking brand made for the confident and powerful women of the world, with all garments fabricated in England. The brand was founded in 2015 and since has skyrocketed in popularity. “We as a brand are so excited and honored to have been selected to work the CAAFD, and we look forward to our presentation,” – Kadri Klampe, the Estonian-born founder and designer of Yufash.

 

Designer Sania Maskatiya and Sania Studio’s designs are marked by their ornate and regal inspirations, which masterfully highlight feminine silhouettes. The designs are inspired by the beauty of nature and the environment while still being modern and classic. The collection will include only high luxe fabrics cut and draped in a luxurious design. The design house engages in some of the best craftsmanship in Pakistan, coming from generations of artisans who have specialized and perfected their craft. The brand is known for including rich textiles, fabric design and embroidery within their pieces. Sania Maskatiya has quickly become Pakistan’s most lauded designer and most prized fashion export.

 

Patricia Wijaya started her label in 2016 after graduating Academy of Art University in San Francisco. The label first released a Prêt-A-Couture line in Jakarta, which focused on telling a story and showcasing innovation throughout. This years collection is inspired by both fairytales and technology, and showcases a Cinderella-like aesthetic in the future. For this collection, Wijaya created what has been described by early viewers as an exquisite collection of a modern-day fairytale for the equally modern woman.

 

About CAAFD:

Council of Aspiring American Fashion Designers, [CAAFD] is a non-profit organization founded through a collaborative effort by a few key pioneers in the fashion industry with the ambitious goal of promoting designers who aspire to expand their brand awareness and do business in the United States. CAAFD educates, promotes and empowers aspiring designers and fashion professionals in gaining a foothold in the fashion business, giving them every opportunity to become the renowned designer they yearn to be. More information can be found at: http://www.caafd.org

 

About iFashion Network:

iFashion Network is an online portal for everything new and groundbreaking in fashion. It is a global fashion hub, providing articles on designers, events, menswear, women’s wear, shopping, trends, and all the behind the scenes info you could ever want, delivered by unique personalities who know the fashion world inside and out. iFashion Network also boasts several industry leading original fashion-focused internet television shows. More information can be found at: http://www.ifashionnetwork.com

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Yufash SS19 Runway Show + Collection – CAAFD’s Presentation During New York Fashion Week at Industria Studios | via @YufashLiveYou @caafd @nyfw @fashion_week #NYFW #Fashion #FashionWeek #Couture #Runway #CAAFD #FashionDesigners #EmergingDesigners

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Yufash SS19 Runway Show + Collection – CAAFD’s Presentation During New York Fashion Week at Industria Studios | via @YufashLiveYou @caafd @nyfw @fashion_week #NYFW #Fashion #FashionWeek #Couture #Runway #CAAFD #FashionDesigners #EmergingDesigners

Yufash SS19 Runway Show + Collection During New York Fashion Week

 

 

 

For Immediate Release: September 21st, 2018
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FashionWeek.Pro has just completed live coverage with a team of correspondents, photographers + photojournalists at New York Fashion Week and London Fashion Week. Our teams in New York and London covered 70+ runway shows in the last two weeks which is amazing for a brand new fashion channel like FashionWeek.Pro! Next week, the team heads to Paris for Paris Fashion Week.

In an effort to publish every designer collection we were allowed to preview by attending the live runway show presented during both of these prestigious fashion week events, we will be publishing all collection galleries first without formally reviewing each collection itself. FashionWeek.Pro photographers in the US ( Melissa Enriquez & Julia Sariy) and our London photographers (Kurt Rebry & Alma Rosaz) are diligently working on processing runway images from all of these shows. Every designer presenting fashion shows at NYFW that the FashionWeek.Pro team covered live in NYC & London, will have 2-3 feature articles. In this article, we will focus on all the Getty/PR firm Images and press releases provided to FashionWeek.Pro by each designer’s team. Next, the FashionWeek.Pro team’s images, stories & videos captured by our media correspondents through live iPhone reporting will be featured and we’ll highlight all FashionWeek.Pro EXCLUSIVE photography of the show with commentary along with where you can pre-order each collection.

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