Carlton Jones Presents his Stunning Resort Collection

Carlton Jones presented his stunning, sexy and romantic resort collection last week at Lebain in New York City. The flowy collection was comprised of dresses, wraps and separates that could easily go from a luxury resort in the islands,  to urban city locales during the warmer months. Beautiful usage of color blocking was accented by […] Click to read more »

FASHION 2 FETISH Flaunts the Runway June 18 in Support of Visual Aids

FASHION 2 FETISH will present an exciting rooftop fashion show and party on Saturday, June 18th at the notorious Eagle NYC. Styled and Produced by the upcoming PULSE-ACCESSORIES, by Progressive Pulse, the event will flaunt Manskins fashion line and leather gear, by Christophe Andre in a runway experience. The looks will be featured in both […] Click to read more »

Nicholas K Commands the Streets with “Urban Nomad” A/W 2016 Collection for New York Fashion Week

Designer Nicholas K was inspired by urban streets, yet created a sophisticated and commanding collection that should lure the empowered female for Fall 2016.  Shaped around the principal of nomadism, Nicholas K built a brand that could be worn beyond each season and could be integrated seamlessly into the lives of consumers whether it was a […] Click to read more »

Texture, Shape and Separates Showcase Rubin Singer’s Glamorous Yet Approachable A/W 2016 Collection For NYFW

It’s clear that designer, Rubin Singer was inspired by architectural lines in his new Autumn/Winter 2016 collection for New York Fashion Week.  Described as one of Neiman Marcus’ best selling designers, Singer delved deeper into his architectural femininity for Fall, this time exploring “Homomorphism”, the idea that any given formula ends up in the same […] Click to read more »

Greg Lauren Creates a Secret Underground with His Signature Distressed Layered Menswear for Autumn 2016

Coming off the heels of his widely successful debut runway show for New York Fashion Week, designer Greg Lauren, nephew of Ralph, opted for a secret underground private club motif for his sophomore Fall 2016 collection. Walking into the Art Beam studio one could hear the horns of a handpicked track that informed guests that […] Click to read more »

Vibrant Shades & Sharp Silhouettes Inflect Designer Stephen F’s Fall 2016 Collection for New York Fashion Week

Designer Stephen Ferber drew inspiration from the Whitney Museum and the concept of entering a different and unfamiliar world for his Stephen F Autumn 2016 collection. Bold colors, sharp silhouettes and luxe fabrics dominated the masculine, yet bold collection.  “The idea of THE NEXT ROOM COLLECTION is to look into a new world, to place […] Click to read more »

Fashion Essentials: The Rage about Yeezy Season 1 For Fall 2015 By Steve V. Rodriguez

A couple weeks ago Yeezy Season 1 was unleashed into the fashion arena with many clamoring to get their hands on the ‘must-have items’ to complete their Fall 2015 wardrobes. Last February Kanye West presented Yeezy Season 1, his collaboration with Adidas at New York Fashion Week to mixed reviews, but managed to get stellar attendance and […] Click to read more »

Telfar Remixes Spring Silhouettes for Spring 2016 Calling for a New World Where Genders Collide

For those who were unaware of Telfar before the recent New York Fashion Week,  the man has made quite an impression on the industry for Spring 2016. Held under the MADE Fashion Week at Milk Studios, Telfar utilized a large graphic media screen comprised of several screens with images of a future collective,  cheering for what’s […] Click to read more »

Katya Leonovich’s Art & Fashion Unite for Spring 2016 at New York Fashion Week

We’ve been following designer Katya Leonovich for the last several seasons embracing her feminine, yet architectural take on womenswear. For Spring 2016 at New York Fashion Week, Leonovich decided to mix things up and present her dress collection that was inspired by her paintings. She paired a model who stood before one of Leonovich’s paintings […] Click to read more »

AfroPunk 2015: Rising Above the Norm

Text and Photos by Rico Noguchi The 2015 edition of AfroPunk, the annual music festival held in Brooklyn’s Commodore Barry Park that since its inception in 2005 has catered to “Black Punks” and “alternative people of color;” has drawn a wide range of attention from the media this year including The New York Times, Vogue and other national publications […] Click to read more »