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Fashion Brands Doing More Than Fashion During The COVID-19 Pandemic

Fashion Brands Doing More Than Fashion During The COVID-19 Pandemic

Fashion Brands Doing More Than Fashion During The COVID-19 Pandemic

 

 

By: Kristi Yang

In the past few weeks, change has been no stranger to us. We are going to school and work without having to go to school or work, grocery shopping with gloves on has become the latest spring trend, and the world is running out of toilet paper? Our new normal has been everything but that. However, despite this departure from the norm, it has inspired brands, companies, organizations — as well as individuals — from all sorts of industries to think and act more creatively, and fashion is no different.

 

Though many stores and factories have closed — both voluntarily and by government mandate — in the past few weeks in order to limit the spread of the new coronavirus, some of those that remain are pivoting from making dresses to making protective clothing. PPE — personal protective equipment — has been scarce, and for people, especially those in the healthcare industry, this could put them in harm’s way. Responding to this lack, particularly of face masks, many of those in the fashion industry are using their resources to help those who need to be helped during this time.

 

The Beginnings

 

 

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⁣The new #CVFFACommonThread series tells the stories of designers and all those who work tirelessly behind the scenes. To kick off, catch up with @TheRealPhillipLim of @31PhillipLim, Batsheva Hah of @Batsheva, @ReeseCooper of @ReeseCooperInc, Jennifer Miller of @BrandonMaxwell, and @AuroraJames of @BrotherVellies and hear how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted them. ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ This is our common thread, and these are the stories of our community. ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ @VogueMagazine and the CFDA launched A Common Thread to raise money for the American fashion industry and the businesses and workers in urgent need of our support during this time. Help American fashion and head to our link in bio to donate now!

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CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund – A COMMON THREAD

 

 

 

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⁣The CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund (CVFF) was launched in 2003 in response to the 9/11 tragedy and how the crisis especially impacted emerging talent. Today, as we face another crisis that is challenging the entire fashion and retail business, Vogue’s Anna Wintour and Tom Ford, as CFDA’s Chairman, decided to repurpose the 2020 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund into a fundraiser to aid fashion businesses most impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.⠀ ⠀ Today marks the launch of CVFF’s “A Common Thread” fundraising and storytelling initiative spearheaded by Vogue and in collaboration with the CFDA. The goal is to raise both awareness and needed funds for those in the American fashion community who have been impacted by COVID-19.⠀ ⠀ Donors can support the fund by texting THREAD to 44-321.⠀ ⠀ Applications for funding will be available on CFDA.com from Wednesday, April 8th. #cvffacommonthread

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Back in the states, CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund started a storytelling initiative through Condé Nast channels. Originally created in response to the 9/11 tragedy, the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund is reinventing itself to raise funds and awareness for the American fashion community impacted by the pandemic. The storytelling element of this initiative will bring to light stories of designers across the nation using their skills and resources to work and combat this coronavirus.

 

 

 

Ralph Lauren

 

 

The company donated $10 million towards fighting the pandemic, $1 million of which will go to A Common Thread.

 

Tom Ford

 

 

10% of all online sales will go to A Common Thread; the brand is also incentivizing shoppers by offering free virtual styling appointments and consultations.

 

Christian Siriano

 

 

 

Action was taking place on the other side of the country too. On March 21, Christian Siriano tweeted New York Governor Andrew Cuomo if they needed masks (and they did), so he reassigned his 10 seamstresses and made 1,000 masks in just three days. By March 28, they packed and were ready to donate 1,500 masks.

 

 

 

LVMH and Inditex

Inspired by the luxury corporation LVMH Moët Hennessy – Louis Vuitton manufacturing hand sanitizer at their French cosmetics and perfume factories, Inditex, the world’s largest fashion group and owner of Zara, pioneered this movement by initially distributing 10,000 masks from Chinese manufacturers across Spain. They are in the works of donating two million masks and making hospital gowns in their textile factories.

 

 

European Fashion Houses

Following suit, more and more brands are helping fight the pandemic and doing much to ameliorate protection against the virus. European luxury brands are using their capital to combat the coronavirus crisis:

 

Armani

The luxury fashion house is switching its operations to make hospital gowns. CEO and founder Giorgio Armani gave €1.25 million ($1.4 million) to hospitals and institutions across Italy.

 

Bulgari

The jewelry house donated to aid research at the Spallanzani Hospital in Rome, which allowed them to buy a microscopic image acquisition system (€100,000/$112,856).

 

Burberry

The luxury fashion company is moving from making trench coats to masks and gowns, delivering over 100,000 masks to the U.K.’s National Health Service (NHS), and helping aid funding for vaccine research.

 

Chanel

The high luxury fashion company is making masks and gowns and promised to directly pay its employees in France for the next seven weeks, as opposed to relying on the country’s emergency unemployment funds.

 

Dolce & Gabbana

The luxury fashion house will be donating to support research at the Humanitas University in Italy.

 

Hermès

The high fashion luxury goods company says they will donate ¥5 million ($711,278) to the China Soong China Ling Foundation, which honors medical professionals on the front line.

 

Kering

The luxury group — which includes brands like Alexander McQueen, Balenciaga, Bottega Veneta, Gucci, and Saint Laurent — donated ¥7.5 million ($1 million) to The Red Cross Society of China for medical supplies.

 

LVMH

In addition to making hand sanitizer, the group has donated ¥16 million ($2.2 million) to The Red Cross Society of China to help with medical supply shortages.

 

Moncler

The luxury skiwear brand has donated €10 million ($10.9 million) towards the construction of new hospitals, with over 400 intensive care units, in Milan.

 

Prada

Co-CEOs Miuccia Prada and Patrizio Bertelli and chairman Carlo Mazzi donated two resuscitation and complete intensive care units (ICU) to each hospital in Milan.

 

Richemont

The luxury goods holding company, that includes brands such as Cartier, Chloé, Montblanc, Piaget, and Van Cleef & Arpels, says they will donate ¥10 million ($1.4 million) to combat the novel coronavirus.

 

Versace

 

 

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“We are going through something none of us has ever experienced. Despite all the uncertainty and the fear, we have shown the world that we are a strong community, that we stand together, and that we have helped each other in such an amazing, generous way. I have never been more proud of being Italian and I feel it was not just an honor, but my duty to do my part and support in any way I could.” Donatella Versace Versace is donating $500,000 to support local relief efforts in response to the pandemic. The funds will support the Intensive Care Unit of San Raffaele Hospital in Milan to provide critical aid to those battling the virus, and Camera Nazionale Della Moda Italiana for the “Italia, we are with you” project, an initiative that donates ventilators and medical equipment to Italy’s hospitals. This is in addition to the ¥1 million that Versace donated in February to support the Chinese Red Cross Foundation, and the personal contributions made by Donatella Versace and Allegra Versace Beck. #StaySafe #StayHome

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The luxury fashion company is now making hospital gowns in their factories. The company also donated ¥1 million ($143,748) to The Red Cross Society of China to aid with the nation’s medical supply shortages. Chief creative officer Donatella Versace and her daughter donated €200,000 to the ICU in San Raffaele Hospital in Milan.

 

 

Los Angeles Apparel

 

In the following days, Los Angeles Apparel, Christian Siriano, and Karla Colletto took action too. By March 14, Los Angeles Apparel was ready to sell its FACEMASK3 – 3-Pack Cotton Mask ($30), developed, made, and tested by its owner workers for industrial use. Dov Charney, the company’s founder and the former head of American Apparel, stated that he hopes to produce 300,000 masks and 50,000 gowns per week in his 150,000-square-foot factory. Aside from making new PPE, on March 31, the brand took on a sustainable and much-needed endeavor of repairing the straps on expired N95 masks, donated by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), and donating them to Los Angeles hospitals.

 

Karla Colletto

 

However, this mask effort is not just happening in urban hotspots. Despite closing its factory in Virginia, on March 24 swimwear company Karla Colletto announced that it would be reopening their manufacturing facility to produce PPE for the heroes fighting COVID-19.

 

Elaine Gold Launch Pad

Created in collaboration with the CFDA/Accessories Council, this program pledged to donate $250,000 to A Common Thread, as well as matching an additional $250,000 if someone donates.

 

Here at FashionWeek.Pro

From 10-person teams to 100-person teams, companies of all different sizes are doing what they can to help combat the pandemic. Here at FashionWeek.Pro, we’re no different. Our team is trying to make around 15 masks per day and send them to wherever they are needed. Small scale operations like these can make an impact too, particularly within local communities. If you can do anything to help, whether that be replacing broken bands on masks, making masks at home, or supporting the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund, these simple acts can make a difference for those in need. Read more here, if you need information on how you can donate masks, and contact your local hospitals or health departments on specific areas in need of masks.

 

And if you don’t have a sewing machine at home but still want to help medical professionals get the PPE they need, donate to Thrive Global’s First Responders First initiative, or if you want to help in New York City specifically, donate to NYC Mayor’s Fund.

 

And with that—stay safe, stay healthy, and stay at home.

Claudia Li FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 Runway – New York Fashion Week

Claudia Li FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 Runway – New York Fashion Week

Claudia Li FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 Runway – New York Fashion Week

 

🗽New York, NY – Feb. 8th, 2020: “To Celebrate Grandfather” – Claudia Li paid a special homage in the FW20 collection of happy childhood memories when visiting China and Grandfather’s favorite things – he played eight different kind of musical instruments and they would visit the pet store together to watch the goldfish swim. Goldfish & musical instruments were transformed into vibrant tonal prints with bold signature construction. The #catwalk was also multidimensional – as her prints – with a unique zig-zag runway that allowed all runway guests the privilege of the #FrontRow experience. Grandad was fond on plaids, says Li in her newest IGTV film by @thejordanriggs, and in fact the most cherished photos “he was wearing some sort of plaid.” His quirky and playful sense of humor is definitely reminiscent in Li’s interpretation of the Fall Winter 2020 binge-worthy collection. Our obsessions include the pink fur coat & pillow handbag along with the Claudia Li logo print and the must have yellow goldfish print look. Extra special thanks to the Claudia Li team & The Hinton Group for allowing us to preview the collection first-hand.

 

 

Collection Review – 

By: Yirou Wang

This collection is based on her and her grandfather’s memory. Her grandfather passed away last year, and she wanted to memorialize him through this collection. Therefore, all the elements are created by memories with her grandfather, such as plaid, waterproof (PVC) suiting, pink, and goldfish. Those details representing the love between granddaughter and grandfather in the Fall Winter 2020 collection.

 

 

Claudia Li Fall Winter 2020 – EXCLUSIVE FashionWeek.Pro Reporting

 

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Tatiana Disanti – @tatiayu
Yirou Wang – @k___yiw

 

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Claudia Li FW20 // Fall Winter  2020 Runway – EXCLUSIVE FashionWeek.Pro Video Reporting

 

 

 

 

Claudia Li FW20 // Fall Winter  2020 Runway –  New York Fashion Week

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Sergio Hudson FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 Runway – New York Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE

Sergio Hudson FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 Runway – New York Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE

Sergio Hudson FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 Runway – New York Fashion Week

 

 

Sergio Hudson Fall Winter 2020 – EXCLUSIVE FashionWeek.Pro Reporting

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Sergio Hudson F/W 20 Show

Published: 02/07/2020

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🗽New York, NY – Feb. 7th, 2020: @SergioHudson Fall Winter 2020 Runway & Finale – #SergioHudson #SergioHudsonFW20 #FW20 #SergioHudsonNYFW #NYFW #FallWinter2020 @NYFW @SpringStudios #NYFWTheShows #NYFW #SpringStudios . . Show Credits: Sergio Hudson – Creative Director/Designer #Makeup @teammcosta @bymarcellocosta w/ @kryolandeutschland @kryolanofficial #Hair @lootypics w/ @wellahair Jewelry @opalstonedesign @sagafurs Agency @thehintongroup #Models: Amy Faye Emmy Pena Kanta (Opened) Natalia Trnkova Rafaelly Xavier Dos Santos Shaya Ali Yulia Ermakova . . . #FashionWeekPro Editorial Team: Tatiana DiSanti – @tatiayu . . Editorial to Follow: https://news.google.com/s/CBIwzcHVxzw #LinkinBio . . . . #Fashion #FashionWeek #NewYork #NYC #NewYorkFashionWeek #FashionDesigners #Style #Runway

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Sergio Hudson FW20 // Fall Winter  2020 Runway –  New York Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE FashionWeek.Pro Reporting

 

 

LaQuan Smith FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 Runway – New York Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE

LaQuan Smith FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 Runway – New York Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE

LaQuan Smith FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 Runway – New York Fashion Week

 

 

LaQuan Smith Fall Winter 2020 – EXCLUSIVE FashionWeek.Pro Reporting

 

 

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Tatiana Disanti – @tatiayu

 

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Elsa Hosk Closes LaQuan Smith’s FW20 Runway

 

 

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LaQuan Smith F/W 20 Show

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LaQuan Smith FW20 // Fall Winter  2020 Runway –  New York Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE FashionWeek.Pro Reporting

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Badgley Mischka FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 Runway – New York Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE

Badgley Mischka FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 Runway – New York Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE

Badgley Mischka FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 Runway – New York Fashion Week

 

 

Badgley Mischka Fall Winter 2020 – EXCLUSIVE FashionWeek.Pro Reporting

 

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Badgley Mischka

Badgley Mischka F/W 20 Show

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All people in this show:
Mark Badgley @Mark.Badgley & James Mischka @MischkaJames – Designers
Hair: Peter Gray @PeterGrayHair w/ @kerastase_official
Nails: Jackie Saulsbery @JackieSaulsbery @mtmorgantaylor
Makeup: @marymakeup @factorydowntown @viseart
Nails: @jackiesaulsbery
PR: @whitespaceagencyus @thehintongroup @rubensteinpublicrelations
Music: @javierperal
Staging: @bltandco

 

Badgley Mischka FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 Runway –  New York Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE FashionWeek.Pro Reporting

Sally LaPointe FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 Runway – New York Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE

Sally LaPointe FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 Runway – New York Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE

Sally LaPointe FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 Runway – New York Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE

 

 

 

Sally LaPointe Fall Winter 2020 – EXCLUSIVE FashionWeek.Pro Reporting

 

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Sally LaPointe FW20 // Fall Winter  2020 Runway –  New York Fashion Week

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EXCLUSIVE Interview: Samantha Darryanto anak-ku FW20 // Oxford Fashion Studio Fall Winter 2020 Runway – New York Fashion Week

EXCLUSIVE Interview: Samantha Darryanto anak-ku FW20 // Oxford Fashion Studio Fall Winter 2020 Runway – New York Fashion Week

EXCLUSIVE Interview: Samantha Darryanto anak-ku FW20 // Oxford Fashion Studio Fall Winter 2020 Runway – New York Fashion Week

 

Collection Review –

By: Kristi Yang 

Meet Samantha Darryanto, a first-time NYFW designer striving to “modernize traditional Asian culture to create pretty things”

My notes on Samantha Darryanto’s collection at Oxford Fashion Studio’s NYFW AW20 show were “tasteful lingerie, feminine, elegant, mesh,” so I was surprised to hear about her more technical past and present. However, like her work, Darryanto has an ethereal quality. Her creative designs along with her sing-song voice and quirky Instagram bio make her and her collection stand out amongst the rest. Through her work, she is attempting to “communicate messages to others and go beyond a piece of clothing” and that is exactly what she accomplished at this season’s show. After seeing her pieces down the runway, and chatting with her a bit on Instagram, I knew I had to get an interview with one of the sweetest designers at NYFW. Read on to find out about Darryanto’s culture, collection, and how she balances a full-time job and NYFW.

 

FashionWeekPro NYFW Editorial Team In Attendance:

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Yirou Wang – @k___yiw
  

EXCLUSIVE Interview w/ Samantha Darryanto – 

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Q. FashionWeek.Pro: To start off, can you just introduce yourself and your brand?

A. Samantha Darryanto:  My name is Samantha Darryanto and my collection for this season is anak-ku which means “my child,” and it’s an homage to my two cultures—I’m Chinese Indonesian. This collection is basically like my child of being, incorporating Chinese and Indonesian influences into my work. And then, I am my parents’ child, and I’m half Indonesian, half Chinese. A lot of my work this time around is a fusion of, again, my Asian heritage, trying to modernize that into wearable fashion.

 

Q. FashionWeek.Pro: What inspired you to initially go into the career of fashion? Because I read that you went to MIT to study engineering, so how did that transition into fashion?

A. Samantha Darryanto:  I have no professional background in fashion. I was actually at an internship in Utah my sophomore year of college and got really bored and decided I wanted to go to the thrift store to start altering clothes. I bought like $3 extra-large dresses, and I turned them into things that I would wear. From there, it kind of took off, where I continued to alter clothing and started participating in fashion shows at school. After that, I moved into making my own clothing and so it sort of took off from there I guess. Right now I currently work full time in finance—I’m a trader—so this is just something I do on the side.

 

Q. FashionWeek.Pro: What inspired you to apply to the Oxford Fashion Studio?

A. Samantha Darryanto:  I didn’t apply! They reached out to me. They found my work from a previous show that I had done. They reached out and said that they loved my work and that they wanted to introduce me to NYFW as part of the show. And I honestly thought it was a scam at first. It just dropped into my lap, like “hey, do you want to be part of NYFW.” And so, yeah. I went with it. I did my research, and I realized they’re a legit company. Then from there, we moved forward and were part of the show. So I actually didn’t apply!

 

Q. FashionWeek.Pro: That’s really interesting. Do you think you’ll ever make that career transition? From finance to fashion full time?

A. Samantha Darryanto: I think eventually, yes. Right now I’m still dabbling because it’s a little bit tough for me, because I never went to FIT or anything. So in terms of making connections and having a network, it’s sort of difficult. The plan is to start off doing NYFW, build more connections, try to figure out how it all works, and then from there, building on and then eventually—after I feel comfortable enough—transitioning fully into style. But right now, I can’t fund what I’m doing if I moved into fashion completely, because I wouldn’t have a source of income. Right now, my job is a means to an end, and then in my spare time, this is what I do. And I spend a lot of time, like all my weekends.

 

Q. FashionWeek.Pro: What advice would you give to budding designers?

A. Samantha Darryanto: Keep creating. You only need one person to see your stuff and be like “this is amazing” to believe in you. I feel like I go through imposter syndrome a lot where I feel like I don’t have the technical background for this so like, I didn’t deserve to be part of New York Fashion Week, I didn’t deserve, you know, to be—because I also got coached by Project Runway and all this stuff without me ever applying. They sort of just reached out. And I think you only need one person to see your stuff online and be like “she has something,” so I think you keep designing and you don’t need that background. Someone will find your pieces, as long as you put in the hard work.

 

Samantha Darryanto anak-ku FW20 // Oxford Fashion Studio Fall Winter 2020 Runway – EXCLUSIVE Reporting

 

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Press Release – 

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New York, NY (February 7, 2020) – On Friday evening, Oxford Fashion Studio presented 10 designers at Pier 59 Studios to a full house. The collections ranged from traditional womenswear and gender-neutral apparel to jewelry and accessories, and a red-carpet-ready plus-size collection, offering truly something for everyone and every occasion.

The goal for the fashion group is to highlight independent fashion designers from all over the world, giving them a platform to showcase their work. Oxford Fashion Studio has worked with nearly 700 designers, from over 70 different countries, over the past 10 years. This year, the designers showcased their work to a full-house on the NYFW runway. You can learn more at Oxfordfashionstudio.com

Samantha Darryanto

www.samanthadarryanto.com | @samanthadarryanto

Anak-ku was the name of the collection shown by the NYC designer Samantha Darryanto, modernizing traditional clothing from both China and Indonesia and fusing them both. Fabrics such as batik and Chinese silks were seen throughout the collection paired with tailored suits silhouettes.

 

Samantha Darryanto anak-ku FW20 // Oxford Fashion Studio Fall Winter 2020 Runway – New York Fashion Week

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Kristina Fidelskaya “DREAM” FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 Runway – Paris Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE

Kristina Fidelskaya “DREAM” FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 Runway – Paris Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE

Kristina Fidelskaya “DREAM” FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 – Paris Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE

Kristina Fidelskaya “DREAM” Fall-Winter 2020 – EXCLUSIVE FashionWeek.Pro Reporting

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Press Release – 

KRISTINA FIDELSKAYA COLLECTION AUTUMN / WINTER 20

 ” DREAM “

Paris, March 2, 2020

For the Autumn/Winter 2020 collection, Kristina Fidelskaya draws inspiration from a poetic world where past, present and future combine. A nostalgic modernist view of the future.

 

The 2020 AW collection is named “DREAM” to evoke the feelings of Happiness, Hope and Belief. This collection is inspired by having a dream, working on your dream and making your dream a reality. It’s about energy and inspiration, to do all you do in the best possible way.

 

The storyline for this season takes place between Paris and Florence in the ’70s & ’80s, where we are inspired by Bobby Deerfield and Lilian Morelli’s journey. Together they travel through Europe, fall in love, time spent filled with beautiful peaceful moments, as if the landscape had stopped breathing.

 

Defining strong, feminine style the collection translates in ‘dream-like’ silhouettes, techniques and futuristic cross-cultural references – In this world, couture era tailoring combined with soft shades of air-light tulle, nostalgically stitched and quilted Nappa in clean modernist forms in clinical white. Beatnik-generation fringed nubuck suede sits next to dramatic couture evening elements of gathered tulle and feathers, cashmere lounge suits and feminine retro printed silk.

 

Kristina Fidelskaya x Halm
Joined by the love for timeless quality and craftsmanship, Kristina Fidelskaya and Dubai based brand Halm launch two limited-edition bags this season.

 

“The brand is a reflection of my vision of modern femininity, we want to create something that has a sense of ease and choice, that women can wear with confidence and happiness. Kristina Fidelskaya highlights the feminine essence that lies inside us. We want to dress you, each and every one of you; throughout every moment of your day”

 

In contemporary reality, Kristina Fidelskaya is committed to providing an elegant and feminine wardrobe to modern women with real lives and real needs.
Timeless collections based around impeccable materials and craftsmanship, each piece is unique, tells a story, and stays with you for a lifetime. Fusing traditional tailoring with modern, contemporary designs, Kristina Fidelskaya creates luxurious understated products.

 

Established in Dubai in 2014, the label has been showing during Paris Fashion Week since 2017 and has since been recognized by the Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode. Kristina Fidelskaya is available at a selection of department stores and retailers around the world and has now opened its own flagship stores in Dubai.

 

Kristina Fidelskaya “DREAM” Fall-Winter 2020 – Runway

Video/Photos Courtesy Kristina Fidelskaya & Caroline Charles Communication

 

 

Ryan Roche FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 Runway – Paris Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE

Ryan Roche FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 Runway – Paris Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE

Ryan Roche FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 – Paris Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE

🇫🇷 Feb. 27th, 2020 – Paris, France:  Ryan Roche revealed the Fall/Winter 2020 collection at the Mona Bismarck American Center of Arts in Paris during Paris Fashion Week with a range of brilliant colors and textures exceptionally well-suited for FW20. The Ryan Roche Fall Winter 2020 runway kicked off w/ a live musical performance by Roche’s daughter, the brilliant Luella Roche, singing Joni Mitchell’s ‘Little Green.’ The collection is a dramatic breath of tailoring, outerwear and delicate monochromatic ensembles. Our current obsessions include the turquoise cashmere w/ pearl collar chains, feather-weight cotton down puffer coat, the red trenchcoat & lingerie slip dress as well as the vivacious violet hues. Notable attendees sitting Front Row included supermodel Amber Valletta & actor Vera Farmiga. Congrats on a sensational collection!

Show Credits:

Live Music @LuelllaRoche
Stylists @ClaireThomsonJonville @Juleshmtt
Hair @DavidMallet
Makeup/Beauty @BobbiBrown @cygmakeup @Mayelavzz @virginiavera.dev @jezzhill @shannonrodriguezartistry
Casting @hybra @imgmodels
Nails @LaurenceLamberty @LaurencePignata
Collaboration @VeraFarmiga
Shoes @ManoloBlahnikhq @BrotherVellies
Accessories @MarkCross
Agency @RiviereAgency
Production @Napoleon_Events

Models:

Anna Tregub
Chelsea Wijko @ChelseavWijkofficial
Devita Ravani @DevitaRavani
Diletta Paci @DilettaPaci_ (Closed)
Hilary Cerezo @HilaryMarie7
Iva Grdic
Judy Kinuthia
Katie May Neels @KatieMayNeels
Maeva Marshall @MaevaMarshall
Mioko Kawabe @Mioko_Thanzuiyue
Shaderska Valdez @Shaderskavd
Sherry Shi
Sophie @sosophie_ttt
Viktorija @meilutyte

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Paris, France (February 27, 2020) – Luxury label, Ryan Roche, in partnership with Visa, presented their Fall Winter 2020 collection during Paris Fashion Week at the Mona Bismarck American Center for Arts. The show began with an ethereal singing performance by Ryan’s daughter Luella Roche of “Little Green” by Joni Mitchell setting the stage for the Americans in Paris.

 

An effortless sense of elevated ease is something that Ryan Roche delivered in her Fall 2020 collection with super-luxe cashmere knitwear and ready to wear that was unveiled in delicious jewel tones. Shades of bright blue-violet, rich vibrant turquoise, postbox red as well as their signature butterscotch camels, créme, ivory and modern white neutrals graced the runway. Sumptuous, lofty cashmere knits were highlighted in beautiful, intricate cable knit patterns layered to create a play on the braided textures. Long fluid cashmere knit trousers were shown layered under buttery oversized cashmere turtlenecks and modern strong-shouldered tailored jackets creating a luxurious fresh take on the leisure suit.

 

Intricate chantilly silk laces were perfectly executed in brilliant blue-violet and post box red silk adorning silk chiffon slip dresses and voluminous puff sleeves. Airy flowing silk dresses were standouts that any woman would be left lusting after with that air of effortless ease, and chic elevated mood that Ryan Roche has become known for.

 

Standout pieces included a bold red double-breasted power suit with puffed sleeves, expertly executed cashmere coats, and a rick turquoise silk floor-length puff sleeve gown with pearl collar chain.  Collared pieces in the collection were embellished with delicate bespoke pearls hand strung by the designer’s creative collaborator friend, actress Vera Farmiga.

 

An upcoming collaboration with luxury purveyor Mark Cross Handbags was teased with the reveal of a blue-violet clutch adorned with gold hardware. Also seen was a blue-violet custom pump made as a capsule collaboration with Brother Vellies.

 

Three intimate rooms housed in a 19th-century mansion on the Seine played host to the designer’s first show in Europe. The ornate molding and hand-painted wall panel was the perfect backdrop for the collection that showed the designers penchant for craftsmanship and sumptuous fabrics that make a statement through subtle elegance. The designer brought some of the prairies to Paris on a rainy afternoon soothing the fashion elite with an elegant collection that offered calm creams and camels, vibrant turquoises and bold blue hues.

 

Roche said: “We are to show our Fall’20 collection in Paris. This was our first international runway show outside of NYFW and the CFDA, whose support and mentorship have led us to this incredible position. The fluidity afforded to us to evolve our presentation format and now geography is something we are so grateful for as we continue to strategically expand our global business.  We enjoy a strong European customer base, and this will strengthen and support our presence here. We were excited to capture the spirit of “Ryan Roche” in Paris and bringing our world to an extended international audience this season.”

 

Notable attendees included Amber Valetta (Actress/Model), Vera Farmiga (Actress/Producer) and Avril Graham (Harper’s Bazaar Editor). The makeup was provided by Cassandra Garcia for Bobbi Brown with hair from David Mallett. Accessories were provided by Manolo Blahnik / Brother Vellies (shoes) and Mark Cross (handbags).

 

About Ryan Roche: 

Ryan Roche is continually inspired by her dream vibrant childhood in the wild prairies of Idaho. At the core of each collection are her highly covetable cashmere knits, nostalgic yet modern reinvention of classic silhouettes and the finest heritage Italian made ready to wear. She is well known for her harmonious relationship to color and her clothes paint a world in which women want to live subtle, pared-back, feminine, nature evoking, shades and luxurious textures are inherent to each collection and tell the poetic story of the distinct sensibility in which it is rooted. Ryan Roche is committed to supporting responsible manufacturing via sustainable low impact production. The focus is an honest luxury, working in Nepal for the last decade and also focusing efforts in Italian and Romanian manufacturing.

 

Ryan Roche has been featured in American, British, Ukraine, Brazil and German Vogue, The New York Times Sunday Styles and Thursday Styles, T Magazine and graced to covers of Oprah Magazine and German Vogue. Roche’s blend of modern minimal romance luxury has been embraced by Angelina Jolie, Margot Robbie, Julianne Moore, Vera Farmiga, Dakota Johnson, Naomi Watts and Oprah amongst many others worldwide.

 

In 2014 Ryan was runner up winner in the prestigious CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund. In 2015 she was shortlisted for the 2015 LVMH Prize in Paris and nominated for the 2016 and 2016 CFDA Swarovski Award for Womenswear.

 

Ryan Roche, 42, lives and works in a 17th century stone house near Woodstock, New York with her husband Garrett, CEO of Ryan Roche, their three children and their dogs.

 

For more information visit: https://ryan-roche.com or follow on social at @ryanrocheny

Ryan Roche Fall-Winter 2020 – EXCLUSIVE FashionWeek.Pro Reporting

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@NoaMcDonald / Noa McDonald

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Ryan Roche Fall-Winter 2020 – Runway

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Chocheng FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 Runway – New York Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE

Chocheng FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 Runway – New York Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE

Chocheng FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 Runway – New York Fashion Week

 

🗽New York, NY – Feb. 7th, 2020: Parsons alum Cho Cho Cheng delivers another spectacular FW20 runway collection at Spring Studios during NYFW true to the brand’s DNA with flawless British tailoring and impeccable Chocheng style. The colors, fabrics & music selection all resonated with Chocheng’s signature couture aesthetic. The collection is sustainably sourced with 100% natural & cruelty-free materials. Every look in the collection is hand-sewn in London by traditional Savile Row sewing techniques. Chocheng also opened a flagship store in Manhattan last year on Fifth Ave – you will definitely want to see these masterpieces up close & personal.

Collection Reviews – 

By: YiRou Wang

Vintage style meets with trendy elements. Classic 1960’s wicker totes give the Chocheng runway a flash of retro style. The strong contrast of colors shapes the silhouettes in the collection. Three-dimensional silhouettes demonstrate a larger volume of the apparel.

 

By: Anadya Sibal

The Chocheng show was sophisticated chic. From green and pink color-blocked blazers to black shift dresses, this collection was designed for the woman who is classy and fun. The sleek hair and bold lip complimented the polished looks, giving them an heir of stylish refinement.

 

By: Natalie Kendrick

What an amazing show to watch! Chocheng used bright colors such as pink and turquoise on formal yet classically elegant outfits.

 

By: Tatiana DiSanti

It was a sea of pink bubblegum, teal, and black, simple yet outspoken; familiar and audacious at once. Each piece paired with a natural makeup foundation juxtaposed with a bold lip and defined brows, altogether creating cohesion between feelings of fun, playfulness, and business.

 

Press Release – 

CHOCHENG FW20 COLLECTION RELEASE

The enduring and inimitable style of the defining heroines of cinema continues to inspire designer Cho Cho Cheng, the creative force behind CHOCHENG. Consistently inspired by iconic women of film from the 1920s to 1980s, each show tells a story of an impactful moment in time, transporting the audience to another era.

For his Fall-Winter 2020 collection, he looked to Shirley Maclaine’s iconic style in the film, The Apartment.

A press photo of her in a tuxedo was particularly appealing for Cho as it breaks the tradition of tuxedoes being solely for men which was pioneering at the time. The male/female interplay is often evident in Chocheng shows, the key is to display femininity and authority at once.

 

There is a nod to the 1970’s / 1980’s disco movement and boss ladies this season, particularly in this season’s color palette, which includes pops of hot pink, purple and green.

In typical Chocheng fashion, there is always a whimsical interpretation of traditional British tailoring which perfectly complements his myriad interests and inspirations. Silhouettes reference equestrian style and trompe l’oeil jackets are at the forefront this season. Cho’s collections feature innovative techniques in creating form and silhouette through natural fabrics evident in AW20’s use of hand-ruched tulle giving the effect of a fur or shearling collar. Also featured are Chocheng’s signature cotton boucle jackets, cotton crepe shirts and handsewn petals accessories.

Of note, Cho has dedicated himself and his namesake brand to environmentally conscious manufacturing and cruelty-free fashion. Sustainability is at the heart of Cho’s business model. As a lifelong lover of the natural world, he has instilled thoughtful practices into his fashion line since its inception. All fabrics are natural and carefully sourced from heritage suppliers in the UK. His choice of fabrics is at once environmentally conscious and supportive to traditional craftsman methods.

His garments are constructed to be softer and more forgiving to the female form, allowing the gentle tailoring to create form and function for the wearer, without tight restriction. His ongoing makeup collaborators are natural, organic, cruelty-free beauty brand Inika and cruelty-free advocate and renowned makeup artist Campbell Ritchie. Chocheng is also thrilled to partner with Unite again this season.

Chocheng recently opened his namesake boutique at 751 Fifth Avenue in New York City.

@CHOCHENG – Show Credits

STYLIST: KATIE MOSSMAN @ THE WALL GROUP (@KATIE_MOSSMAN)

CASTING: CHAD THOMPSON @ COMMUNA-K INC. (@COMMUNA_K)

MAKEUP: CAMPBELL RITCHIE FOR INIKA ORGANIC (@INIKAORGANIC, @CAMPBELLRITCHIE)

HAIR: MATTHEW CURTIS FOR UNITE HAIRCARE (@UNITE_HAIR, @MATTHEWCURTISHAIR)

NAILS: CHANELLE EVERETT @MLM REPRESENTS USING THE BERNADETTE THOMPSON NAIL COLLECTION (@MYRDITH)

PRODUCTION:  JUDITH RICE & ASSOCIATES (@JARNYC49)

MUSIC: KEVIN EDWARDS

PHOTOGRAPHY: DAN & CORINA LECCA PHOTO (@DANANDCORINALECCA)

PR: C&M MEDIA (@CMMEDIA)

 

 

Chocheng Fall-Winter 2020 – EXCLUSIVE FashionWeek.Pro Reporting

 

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Chocheng FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 EXCLUSIVE Runway –  New York Fashion Week

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Chocheng FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 NYFW – EXCLUSIVE BACKSTAGE

 

Christian Wijnants FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 Runway – Paris Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE

Christian Wijnants FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 Runway – Paris Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE

Christian Wijnants FW20 Runway // Fall Winter 2020 – Paris Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE

 

Press Release – 

 

Christian Wijnants Fall/Winter 2020 Runway Show

 

What: Christian Wijnants Fall/Winter 2020 Runway Show

When: Friday, February 28th at 1:30PM GMT+1

 

Where: Palais de Tokyo, 13 avenue du Président Wilson, 75116 Paris

 

Sponsors: Styling by Roxane Danset (@roxanedanset) | Hair by Anthony Turner for L’Oréal Paris (@anthonyturnerhair, @lorealhair , #lorealpfw, #sponsoredbylorealparis) | Makeup by Inge Grognard for MAC Cosmetics (@ingegrognard, @maccosmeticsfrance, @maccosmetics, #macbackstage) | Backstage photography by Lennert Madou (@lennertmadou) | Catwalk photography by Alberto Maddaloni | Music by Senjan Jansen

Collection Notes:

Christian Wijnants Fall/Winter 2020 collection is inspired by a Sunday afternoon spent at a historic museum, where objects from all over exist in one place, contributing to the same story, although their origin may be different or not even clear. It is about serenity, having a peaceful mind and feeling comfortable and cozy in the clothes you wear.

The collection begins with a mix of what the brand has become known for, inventive knitwear and fluid dressing, before moving on to colorful prints through a continued poetic approach to designing. Different techniques can be seen throughout, from handmade crochet pieces that are designed to replicate a reptile to fringe made of jersey fabric that has been stretched to create a natural roll. The RTW is soft but abstract, effortless and minimal such as the oversized coats with exaggerated necks that resemble a cocoon and a suit that is bold in color yet relaxed in its silhouette, balancing between masculine and feminine. The brand included more accessories this season with oversized, knotted totes and footwear consistent with platformed loafers and combat boots, as well as sandals that are styled with socks throughout. The collection navigated its color palette through soft colors, such as mint, pistachio, and pink, to a brighter tangerine, as well as darker greens and blues and the classic black and white.

Like an exhibition at a museum, the Fall/Winter 2020 Christian Wijnants collection is diverse yet uniform in the story it tells.

 

Collection Review – 

TBD

 

Christian Wijnants Fall-Winter 2020 – EXCLUSIVE FashionWeek.Pro Reporting

FashionWeek.Pro Editorial Correspondent: 

@Tal.Steevo / Talia Stevenson

Full Runway Show – 

Christian Wijnants Fall-Winter 2020 – Runway

Photos Courtesy – PurplePR by Alberto Maddaloni

 

 

Daily Front Row x The Selects FW20 Presentation // Fall Winter 2020 – New York Fashion Week

Daily Front Row x The Selects FW20 Presentation // Fall Winter 2020 – New York Fashion Week

Daily Front Row x The Selects FW20 Presentation FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 – New York Fashion Week

Press Release – 

THE DAILY FRONT ROW PRESENTS THE SELECTS:

A CELEBRATION OF THE FALL-WINTER 2020 COLLECTIONS

NEW YORK, NY, February 10th, 2020 – The Daily Front Row and The Selects celebrated the Fall-Winter 2020 collections of ten up-and-coming Korean brands: Beyond Closet, BMUET(TE), HEOHWAN SIMULATION, Hidden Forest Market, KYE, LEYII, LIE, NOHANT, SWBD, and WNDERKAMMER; last night at The Selects showroom at 62 Greene Street, in New York’s SoHo district.

 

In attendance were designers Chung Chung Lee (LIE), Hye Young Shin (WNDERKAMMER); Alana Hadid (@lanzybear @la_detresse); DJ Isaac Hindin-Miller; “The QQ Twins” AKA Qwon and Qjin Han (@Q2Han); Camille Co; Candice Wu; Emily Kammeyer; Gregory DelliCarpini Jr; Greivy; Indira Cesarine; Laureen Uy; Luda Weigand; Mary Leest; Michelle Blashka; Michelle Song; Opal Stewart; Scarlett Hao; Tiana Parker; Vanessa Zheng.

www.the-selects.com

@the_selects

ABOUT THE SELECTS

The Selects represents the top ten up-and-coming Korean designers and provides them with maximum exposure to the US market.  This initiative goes beyond fashion and will encompass K-Culture in general. The Selects space, located in the heart of New York’s SoHo district, will host special events, pop-up stores, artist collaborations and exhibitions, and more.

 

With the combined mission of promoting Korea’s fashion talent while also creating a vibrant “go-to” location to experience Korean culture in New York City, this initiative is supported by the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism of the Republic of Korea (MCST) and the Korea Creative Content Agency (KOCCA).

 

SHOW CREDITS

Hair & Makeup: AVEDA

Nails: Yuki Natori

Drinks: West32 Soju & Haku Vodka

DJ: Isaac Hindin-Miller

 

THE SELECTS – DESIGNERS

 

Beyond Closet

Tae Yong Ko first decided to pursue a career in design after attending Fashion Week.  Inspired by a preppy, Americana aesthetic, Beyond Closet is informed by the designer’s belief that what people have in their closet reflects their personality and lifestyle.

 

BMUET(TE)

Sharing the same aesthetic and vision, Byungmun Seo and Jina Um launched BMUET(TE) in 2015 to challenge preconceived notions of fashion through their own creative direction, which they describe as “weird but beautiful.”  Incorporating unconventional garment construction and pattern cutting, their collections are distinctively modern, expressive, and one-of-a-kind.

 

HEOHWAN SIMULATION

Educated in history, Hwan Heo blends aesthetics and craftsmanship from the past with his visions for the future in his London-based label HEOHWAN SIMULATION.  The newest collection explores luxury and casual wear from the 80’s and 90’s through a sustainable lens.

 

Hidden Forest Market

Husband and wife duo Ji Hyun Hwang and Sung Jun Cho launched their line, Hidden Forest Market, in 2012, to give women the freedom to tell their stories through their own personal style with effortlessly sophisticated pieces.  The couple’s new collection translates the sweetness of summer nights into fashion.

 

KYE

Kathleen Kye’s eponymous label offers designs that are deeply personal, often reflective of her own reactions to the current state of global, social, and political affairs.  Kye approaches such subject matter with a sense of humor, wit, and optimism, offering women designs that are in a vibrant mood, colorful palette, and elaborate detail.

 

LEYII

A graduate of Central Saint Martins, Seunghee Lee has shown contemporary brand LEYII at Seoul Fashion Week since 2010.  The collections are the ultimate celebration of femininity, emphasizing the beauty of the female form with minimal structural lines and meticulous, delicate draping.

 

LIE

Designed by Central Saint Martin’s graduate Chung Chung Lee, LIE masterfully blends geometric patterns, sculptural shapes, bold color, and playful textures, championing female individuality, expression, emotion and strength – qualities central to the brand DNA.

 

NOHANT

Giving his customers a new way to look at unisex essentials, Noah Nam incorporates Parisian elements of modernity and elegance to everyday wares while maintaining focus on distinctive design, enduring style, and uncompromising quality.

 

SWBD

SWBD, or Sewing Boundaries, is a unisex brand created by Dong Ho Ha, who is not one to shy away from experimentation.  As each collection’s design direction continues to evolve, Ha aims to use fashion to bridge the gap between genders and generations.

 

WNDERKAMMER

A play on the classic “wunderkammer,” or cabinet of curiosities, WNDERKAMMER refers to designer Hye Young Shin’s own unique collection of objects which hold special meaning to her and serve as a source of inspiration.  Crafted in natural and eco-friendly fabrics, designs are geared toward the needs of the modern woman – versatile, pragmatic, and sophisticated.

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FashionWeekPro NYFW Editorial Team:

Tatiana Disanti – @tatiayu
Anadya Sibal – @anadyasibal
Yirou Wang – @k___yiw
Natalie Kendrick – @nataliekendrick
Valentina Baker – @valentinambaker

 

Daily Front Row x The Selects FW20 Presentation FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 – New York Fashion Week

Photos – Daily Front Row x The Selects & CM Media

Alana Hadid

Alex Gowan

Candice Bonbon Wu

Chung Chung Lee & Candice Wu

Chung Chung Lee 

Chung Chung Lee &  Laureen Uy

Willow Hand

Gregory DelliCarpini

Greivy & Michelle Blashka

Jessica Taylor Stevenson & Hye Young Shin

Jessica Taylor Stevenson & Luda Wigand

Tiana Parker

Vanessa Zheng

Willow Hand

INGIE Paris FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 – Paris Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE

INGIE Paris FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 – Paris Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE

INGIE Paris FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 – Paris Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE

FashionWeek.Pro Editorial Correspondent: 

@Tal.Steevo / Talia Stevenson

🇫🇷 Feb. 26th, 2020 – Paris, France: “70’s Flashback” – INGIE Paris revealed their FW20 collection during PFW at the Palais de Tokyo yesterday, inspired by the iconic 70’s British OBE Jane Birkin. The INGIE Fall Winter 2020 collection featured slinky beaded silhouettes, flowing metallic fabrics, leather suiting, faux fur coats and fringe details with Supermodel Lindsey Wixson opening the show. 

Full Runway Show – 

 

INGIE Paris Fall-Winter 2020 – EXCLUSIVE FashionWeek.Pro Reporting

 

 

 

 

 

INGIE Paris Fall-Winter 2020 – EXCLUSIVE Runway

 

Johnstons of Elgin “ORIGINS” FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 – London Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE

Johnstons of Elgin “ORIGINS” FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 – London Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE

Johnstons of Elgin “ORIGINS” FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 – London Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE

 

🇬🇧Feb. 17th, 2020 – London, England: “ORIGINS” @JohnstonsofElgin revealed their stylish co-ed #FallWinter2020 collection inspired by a melting pot of cultures from #Scotland, #Mongolia and #Peru at The Serpentine Gallery in Kensington Gardens during London Fashion Week. @LondonFashionWeek @BritishFashionCouncil #JohnstonsofElgin #Johnstons #JohnstonsofElginLFW #SerpentineGallery #KensingtonGardens #FW20 #LFW #BritishFashionCouncil #BFC 💂

#Stylist: @pruewhite
Production: @studioboum
#Hair Stylist: @kmd_sessionstylist
#Makeup Artist: @katmcsweinmakeup
PR Agent: @sevendialspr
Sponsors: @charlesheidsieckchampagne
@jingtea
Hats: @lockhatters
Men’s Shoe’s: @russellandbromleymens
Jeweller: @arianaboussardreifel
#Models:
@nayaoliveiras
@benedict_browne
@marthaliversedge @greyfoxblog @_christina.wallace @olidonoso @alistairguy @annacfreemantle @lisabutcherofficial

 

Johnstons of Elgin “ORIGINS” Fall Winter 2020 – EXCLUSIVE FashionWeek.Pro Reporting

FashionWeek.Pro Editorial Correspondent/Photographer: 

@TarynGelder / @the.brandcollective

Runway – 

 

Johnstons of Elgin “ORIGINS” Fall Winter 2020 – EXCLUSIVE Runway

 

Paul Costelloe FW20 “The Treadmill of Fashion” // Fall Winter 2020 – London Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE

Paul Costelloe FW20 “The Treadmill of Fashion” // Fall Winter 2020 – London Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE

Paul Costelloe FW20 “The Treadmill of Fashion” // Fall Winter 2020 – London Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE

 

 

 

🇬🇧Feb. 17th, 2020 – London, England: – Fierce Finale “The Treadmill of Fashion” Paul Costelloe revealed the Fall Winter 2020 collection at the Waldorf Hilton London today w/ intricately designed prints in autumn hues, fabulous pantsuit silhouettes & modern feminine aesthetics. An extremely well-balanced collection with looks ranging from shimmering eveningwear, functional outerwear, wear-to-work and activewear.

Paul Costelloe Fall Winter 2020 – EXCLUSIVE FashionWeek.Pro Reporting

FashionWeek.Pro Editorial Correspondents/Photographer: 

@TarynGelder / @the.brandcollective
@TessJFPullen

Full Runway Show – 

 

 

 

Paul Costelloe Fall-Winter 2020 – EXCLUSIVE Runway & Front Row Celebs

 

 

 

Temperley London SS20 “See Now, Buy Now” //  Spring Summer 2020 – London Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE

Temperley London SS20 “See Now, Buy Now” // Spring Summer 2020 – London Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE

Temperley London SS20 “See Now, Buy Now” // Spring Summer 2020 – London Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE

 

 

🇬🇧Feb. 15th, 2020 – London, England: – Temperley London & Alice Temperley’s Spring Summer 2020 “See Now, Buy Now” Runway during London Fashion Week at British Fashion Council’s 180 the Strand Show Space. Discover the collection at the Temperley pop-up store in London. 

 

Temperley London Spring Summer 2020 – EXCLUSIVE FashionWeek.Pro Reporting

FashionWeek.Pro Editorial Correspondent/Photographer: 

@TarynGelder / @the.brandcollective

Runway Finale – 

 

 

Temperley London Spring Summer 2020 – EXCLUSIVE Runway

 

 

 

Petar Petrov FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 – London Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE

Petar Petrov FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 – London Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE

Petar Petrov FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 – London Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE

 

 

🇬🇧Feb. 15th, 2020 – London, England: “Dramatic Elegance” – Finale Petar Petrov FW20 Runway & Christoph Pirnbacher’s debut during London Fashion Week at the Royal Institute Of British Architects.  💂

via Petar Petrov – 

Vienna-based PETAR PETROV founded his eponymous womenswear brand in 2009. He set out to create dynamic, elegant, multi-facetted collections. The label, now global, attracts loyal clients who are drawn to Petrov’s distinctive silhouettes, refined proportions, rare sense of colour and expressive details. Wearing Petar Petrov is empowering yet also feels instinctive.

 

“My goal is to constantly redefine a new idea of elegance for today that is bold and strident yet personal and sensual. In my designs, I hope a woman can recognise her own strength, express personal values and feel at one with herself.” 

 

Petar Petrov Fall Winter 2020 – EXCLUSIVE FashionWeek.Pro Reporting

FashionWeek.Pro Editorial Correspondent/Photographer: 

@TarynGelder / @the.brandcollective

Runway Finale – 

 

 

 

Petar Petrov Fall Winter 2020 – EXCLUSIVE Runway

 

Pam Hogg “Will There Be A Morning/Mourning” Fall Winter 2020 Runway During Fashion Scout’s London Fashion Week Runway at Victoria House

Pam Hogg “Will There Be A Morning/Mourning” Fall Winter 2020 Runway During Fashion Scout’s London Fashion Week Runway at Victoria House

Pam Hogg “Will There Be A Morning/Mourning” Fall Winter 2020 Runway During Fashion Scout’s London Fashion Week Runway at Victoria House

 

 

 

🇬🇧 February 16th, 2020 – London, England: Pam Hogg Fashion “Will There Be A Morning/Mourning” Fall Winter 2020 Runway – Doctor #PamHogg never disappoints her Avant-Garde cult following and this was one show during London Fashion Week that stunned and did not disappoint! True to her brand’s DNA the FW20 collection featuring over-the-top millinery, patent leather aesthetics, ruched tulle and headpieces adorned models with a message of seduction, inclusivity and forward-fashion. The two “box” inspired looks were a triumph to the gasping fans in attendance at Victoria House during the Fashion Scout runway event. Stay tuned to the end of the video for a special glimpse of Siouxsie Sioux in attendance with Pam Hogg backstage. Extra special thank you to Dr. Hogg, Pop PR & Fashion Scout for allowing us to preview precious backstage moments & this fiendishly fabulous runway experience first-hand. 💂

 

FashionWeek.Pro Editorial Correspondent/Photographer: 

@TarynGelder / @the.brandcollective

Pam Hogg Fall Winter 2020 – EXCLUSIVE FashionWeek.Pro Reporting

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pam Hogg “Will There Be A Morning/Mourning” Fall Winter 2020 Runway

Photos Below –  Imaxtree #Imaxtree

 

 

RIXO x House of Christian Lacroix Spring Summer 2020 “See Now, Buy Now” Presentation During London Fashion Week at Kimpton Fitzroy London

RIXO x House of Christian Lacroix Spring Summer 2020 “See Now, Buy Now” Presentation During London Fashion Week at Kimpton Fitzroy London

RIXO x House of Christian Lacroix Spring Summer 2020 “See Now, Buy Now” Presentation During London Fashion Week at Kimpton Fitzroy London

 

 

Saturday 15th February, London – RIXO founders, Henrietta Rix and Orlagh McCloskey welcomed guests to Kimpton Fitzroy London for an haute-couture-inspired world of extravagance where they unveiled a see now, buy now collaboration collection RIXO x House of Christian Lacroix. In an effort to remain sustainable and special, pieces from the latest collection are 1 of 50 globally. The limited-edition capsule will be available to buy the moment it debuts exclusively in-store and online with RIXO and Browns, as well as at Galeries Lafayette Champs Elysees Paris concept store from size XXS (UK6) to XL (UK16)

 

Guests floated into a naturally lit ballroom to the soothing lullaby of a harpist and were treated to AIX rose wine, signature RIXO gin cocktails by Slingsby, as well as delicious grazing tables with Marie-Antoinette inspired mountains of fruit, macarons towers, eclairs, meringues & cakes! 

A podium display of haute couture Christian Lacroix pieces, that inspired the new ready-to-wear collaboration was curated by V&A curator. A hot pink U-shaped catwalk framed the ballroom and was adorned with candelabras, grand floral arrangements in ornate vases on columns and upcycled rose trellises. Models were made up of women that the founders street cast, genuine customers and friends of the brand – real #HumansofRIXO. A string octet performed a romantic symphony of classical sounds while models slinked across the stage and showered their adoring audience in roses. Drag queen Dinah Lux modeled a look from the collection keeping the atmosphere exaggerated and energetic

RIXO founders delved into the House of Christian Lacroix’s vintage archives in Paris and re-engineered iconic prints. Capturing the essence of Christian Lacroix’s archive, the collection consists of nineteen elevated ready-to-wear looks, so good they would make Absolutely Fabulous’ Edina and Patsy exclaim “Lacroix, sweetie!”

 

 

Henrietta Rix, Co-founder of RIXO said: At just four years into RIXO, it’s amazing to see how open and forward-thinking our favourite historic fashion house is to collaborating with an emerging contemporary brand. It was a dream come true when we saw the email hit our inbox (literally sent shivers up our spine!) – we screeched with excitement and set up a coffee date with the team immediately. The beauty of not having investors and being female founders is that we can follow our instincts– when we’re passionate about something and know in our gut it’s right, we jump in headfirst and go straight to work. It’s been the biggest pinch-me moment of RIXO so far! 

Orlagh McCloskey, Co-founder of RIXO said: Both Henrietta and I have always been obsessed with Christian Lacroix. On our vintage hunting trips in Paris the best pieces we’d find and love the most would always be Lacroix. Being let loose in the House of Christian Lacroix archive in Paris to delve into the true history and DNA of the brand was awe-inspiring. The Lacroix DNA is so in tune with RIXO’s – their vibrant visual prints and their completely individual and empowering viewpoint on style- it felt natural to collaborate. We’re so proud of what we have been able to create together! 

Exuberance and fun, designs play with varying scales and combinations of prints – juxtaposing diagonal stripes, florals, polka dots and checks. Lacroix’s dynamic motifs combined with a contemporary RIXO twist creates colourful pieces merged together for the maximalist. The collection marks RIXO’s resurgence of power suiting with two hero mini skirt suit shapes, alongside instantly recognisable RIXO dress styles and separates. RIXO kept true to the baroque-inspired elements synonymous with the House of Christian Lacroix using statement gold buttons, embellished butterflies, contrasting pockets, 3D rosettes, velvet trims, oversized jewel embellishment and pleated ruffles all in bright punchy hues

 

 

Each look was styled using vintage Christian Lacroix jewellery and bags loaned from the brand’s Paris archive. To complete the look Manolo Blahnik provided hero shoe styles. 

The accompanying hair and beauty looks brought to life an eighties inspired runway dream. NARS Cosmetics provided a vivid colour-pop statement eye. For hair, Secret Spa delivered over-the-top elegance in the form of either a blowdried pinned-up style with spiral curl fringe or sleek pulled back hair with statement plaited top bun. Nails were manicured by essie with monochrome polka dots designs. 

Always inclusive, customers are at the heart of RIXO, therefore a wide selection of lucky consumers won the chance to attend the show which was also live-streamed via Instagram and projected at RIXO’s King’s Road store, @rixo followers and customers could witness the show first-hand.

 

  • Prices for RIXO x House of Christian Lacroix collection range from £24 for a scrunchie to £485 for a dress 
  • RIXO’s LFW models ranged from size UK 6 to UK 16 and age 19 to 68 years old 
  • RIXO’s pop-up store is located at 94 King’s Road, London, SW3 4TZ 

 

ABOUT RIXO RIXO’s story began in September 2015 in the London living room of best friends Henrietta Rix & Orlagh McCloskey, born from their passion for vintage. The brand’s philosophy is to evoke a wanderlust & free spirit in all their wearers, filling a gap in the contemporary market with easy-to-wear, feminine shapes and high-quality materials. 

Always inclusive, always empowering, the RIXO founders create a fusion of unique prints and timeless silhouettes to flatter every woman, irrespective of age, size, nationality, season or time of day. 

Stocked by internationally renowned boutiques, iconic department stores and global online retailers, as well as their own e-commerce site, RIXO has gained recognition as a brand-to-watch. The brand was awarded the DHL Award for International Growth Potential by DHL and the British Fashion Council in October 2017, as well as Premium Brand of the Year at Drapers Awards in November 2018 and Sunday Times Fast Track ‘Ones to Watch’ 2020 in December 2019. www.rixo.co.uk @rixo #HumansOfRIXO 

ABOUT HOUSE OF CHRISTIAN LACROIX Christian Lacroix style is unique, exuberant, colorful and baroque. Since the creation of its Couture House in 1987, The “Arlésiennes” inspirations of vibrant colours, theatrical forms and culture energized and revised fashion. From their inception, Christian Lacroix’s creations have been coveted and flaunted by renowned international fashion editors and celebrities. Mr Lacroix has given the Couture House 25 years of unrivalled creations. Today, the House of Christian Lacroix conserves and continues a heritage of unparalleled richness. 

The House of Christian Lacroix is evolving and flourishing under the creative direction of Sacha Walckhoff, Mr Lacroix’s design assistant from 1992 to 2009, and lead creative director of multiple successful lines in the House. 

The Christian Lacroix brand is present worldwide, extending from fashion and accessories such as leather goods, scarves, jewellery, watches, eyewear and fragrances to home and lifestyle collections for home decoration with furnishing, wallpapers, porcelain tableware and stationery. 

The Christian Lacroix brand subsists through timeless values. The result is a fabulous and richly entwined universe, which is continually reinterpreted, re-mixed and illuminated. The Christian Lacroix brand is fundamentally contemporary and dynamic. 

ABOUT BROWNS Browns launched into the London scene in 1970. At a time when there were no multi-brand boutiques, Joan Burstein and her husband Sidney bought the first of five Georgian townhouses on South Molton Street and changed the course of retail and fashion history forever. The first to introduce brands such as Ralph Lauren and Calvin Klein to the UK, the wonderful Mrs Burstein also discovered home grown talents such as Alexander McQueen and John Galliano, championing them in a way that no one else could. Until Browns, graduates didn’t sit in boutiques alongside big designers, so this unique edit and the discovery of these talents changed not only how Browns and future retailers looked at clothes, but where we looked for them. The search for creativity, innovation and originality continues to define the Browns spirit. 

In 2015, Farfetch also known for its pioneering approach, bought and invested in Browns, with Holli Rogers joining Browns as CEO that same year. Combining the Browns DNA with Farfetch’s tech brilliance, Browns is now on a journey to be the luxury shopping experience of the future; harmonising the best parts of the beloved boutique shopping experience with the speed and convenience of e-tail. Browns opened Browns East in October 2017, the first incarnation of Browns Nomad. This was Browns first new store in over 20 years and compliments the flagship on South Molton Street which in 2020 will relocate to Brook Street, Mayfair. 

Visit Browns at brownsfashion.com or follow @brownsfashion and @brownsmens on Instagram. 

SPONSORS RIXO’s London Fashion Week Presentation was supported by Kimpton Fitzroy London @kimptonfitzroy 

About Kimpton Fitzroy London Kimpton Fitzroy London opened in 2018, occupying a full block along the eastern side of Russell Square, in the heart of Bloomsbury. Originally designed by Charles Fitzroy Doll in 1898, the luxurious 344 bedroom and 39 suite hotel is defined by its elegant late Victorian heritage, while offering all the modern amenities of a contemporary hotel with warm, yet refined service. The landmark building boasts four restaurants and bars; Neptune, Fitz’s, Burr and Co. and Palm Court, as well as a gym, eight naturally lit meeting and events spaces and a Grade II Heritage Listed ballroom. Kimpton Fitzroy London is the flagship European location for Kimpton Hotels & Resorts (part of the InterContinental Hotel Group), a leading brand of boutique hotels and restaurants known for its considerate amenities, bold, playful design and sincerely personal style of service. 

https://www.kimptonfitzroylondon.com/us/en/ facebook.com/kimptonfitzroy @kimptonfitzroy 

Kimpton Fitzroy London, 1-8 Russell Square, London WC1B 5BE 

 

SHOES Manolo Blahnik @manoloblahnikhq 

MAKE UP Nars Cosmetics @narsissist 

HAIR Secret Spa @secretspauk 

NAILS Essie @essie 

FRONT OF HOUSE FOOD & BEVERAGES AIX @aixrose_the_official Slingsby Gin @slingsbysocial DASH water @dashdrinks Maitre Choux @maitrechoux Hebe Konditori @hebekonditori Meringue Girls @meringuegirls Fabulously Fed @fabulouslyfed_ Ruby’s of London @rubysoflondon 

BACKSTAGE FOOD & BEVERAGES Livia’s @livias Planet Coconut @nushfoods DASH water @dashdrinks JUST water @just @justuk Pop Chips @popchipsuk Eat Real Snacks @eatrealsnacks 

 

FashionWeekPro Editorial Team: 

@TarynGelder / @the.brandcollective

@AshitaDoshi / Astha Doshi

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Christian Lacroix Spring Summer 1989 - photo credit Guy Marineau Christian Lacroix Spring Summer 1989 Catwalk Look 51 from GANJA - photo credit Guy Marineau Christian Lacroix Spring Summer 1991 Catwalk Look 45 from ZOU! - photo credit Guy Marineau Christian Lacroix Spring Summer 1992 Catwalk Look 50 from NIGHT AND DAY - photo credit Guy Marineau

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Ashley Williams FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 – London Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE

Ashley Williams FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 – London Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE

Ashley Williams FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 – London Fashion Week – EXCLUSIVE

 

 

 

London, 14th February 2020, For immediate release.

PRESS RELEASE

This season the individual is iconic and characters are to be celebrated and revered. Matching mohair granny separates are knitted in neon with punk cliches and cutesy cartoons. Photographic print shift dresses celebrate a few of Ashley’s favourite things – namely cats, dogs, shoes and tattoos.

Proportion is paramount on oversized tulle gowns, graphic airbrushed T-shirts and puffball party frocks. Feathers, diamante, bugle beads and exaggerated bows embellish every quiet moment into a cacophony of curated chaos. Trawling through old samples and dead stock, Ashley decided to up-cycle and down-cycle her references. She called forth Hogwarts school chum, the artist and designer Claire Barrow to collaborate on a ballgown.

They dismantled their past and put it back together in a beautifully wrong way. This drag on a dime rides a rail between cheap and extravaganza, tacky and opulence. Acid wash denim, raw silks, boucle wools and plaids made of recycled plastics.

Maggot, Parasite, Euphoria, Smart, Busy, Love, £100, Psycho and Shut Up appear on glittering accessories. And what better way to try new face filters than on your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip, kept in your perfectly proportioned micro bag.

Styling – Danny Reed and Danielle Emerson
Photography – Getty
Casting – Danny Reed and Danielle Emerson
Make up – Janelle Geason using Aveda
Hair – Alex Brownsell using Bleach London
Nails – Roxanne Campbell
Production – Blonstein
Set – Alice Kirkpatrick
Release – Ben Reardon
PR – Lobby London

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GOOD DAY! The stars of the silver screen listed below (in no particular order), have informed designer Ashley Williams from mood, to thread, to silhouette and attitude for AW2020. 

Alabama Worley. Catherine Tramell. May Day. Mallory Knox. Scarlett O’Hara. CeBe. Vivian Ward. Epiphany Proudfoot. Amy Blue. Dionne Davenport. Dawn Davenport. Sugar Kane Kowalczyk. Lula Pace Fortune. Barb Wire. Thelma Yvonne Dickinson. Louise Elizabeth Sawyer. Vicki Vale. Andie Walsh. Red. Frances Baby Houseman. Brenda Meeks. Rosemary Woodhouse. Rose DeWitt Bukater. Lana Tisdel. Poison Ivy. Norma Desmond. Jessica Rabbit. Cinderella. 

This season the individual is iconic and characters are to be celebrated and revered. Matching mohair granny separates are knitted in neon with punk cliches and cutesy cartoons. Photographic print shift dresses celebrate a few of Ashley’s favourite things – namely cats, dogs, shoes and tattoos. Proportion is paramount on oversized tulle gowns, graphic airbrushed T-shirts and puffball party frocks. Feathers, diamante, bugle beads and exaggerated bows embellish every quiet moment into a cacophony of curated chaos. 

Trawling through old samples and dead stock, Ashley decided to up-cycle and down-cycle her references. She called forth Hogwarts school chum, the artist and designer Claire Barrow to collaborate on a ballgown. They dismantled their past and put it back together in a beautifully wrong way. This drag on a dime rides a rail between cheap and extravaganza, tacky and opulence. Acid wash denim, raw silks, boucle wools and plaids made of recycled plastics all feature. 

Maggot, Parasite, Euphoria, Smart, Busy, Love, £100, Psycho and Shut Up appear on glittering accessories. And what better way to try new face filters than on your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip, kept in your perfectly proportioned micro bag. Tik tok, tik tok… BOOM! 

GET THE LOOK: Use a cheese grater to display your jewellery. Walk backwards through a hedge. Wear your slippers as earrings. Roll a garden hose into a wreath. Turn toilet rolls into art. Transform adult socks into toddler leggings. Makeover a camera strap with a cheap yet glamorous necklace. Stick a deckchair up your nose. Paint your left knee green. Extract your wisdom teeth. Form a string quartet. And pretend your name is Keith. 

Words by Ben Reardon 

AUTUMN/ WINTER 2020

STYLING Danny Reed and Danielle Emerson ASSISTED BY Borys Korban, Hollie Williamson, Lulu Bullock, Saniya Dhantani, Livia Jane Ghelli, Lo Harley 

CASTING Danny Reed and Danielle Emerson ASSISTED BY Olivia Emerson 

MAKEUP Janelle Geason using Aveda 

HAIR Alex Brownsell using Bleach London 

NAILS Roxanne Campbell @ The Only Agency using Roxanne Campbell Nail Lacquer 

SET Alice Kirkpatrick 

PR The Lobby London 

SPONSORS Samsung, Bleach London, Aveda 

WITH SPECIAL THANKS TO Rose Murdoch, Molly Dilkes, Bonnie Bowley, Lottie Des’Ascoyne, Fergus Purcell, Ben Reardon and Lev

 

 

FashionWeekPro Editorial Team: 

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Ashley Williams FW20 // Fall Winter 2020 – London Fashion Week

Photos Courtesy Ashley Williams