Menswear Designer, GLAZE Nods to Vintage with an Eye to the Future for this Fall

Having graduated from the Art Institute of Chicago and served two apprenticeships: one for Viktor & Rolf in Amsterdam and  another for Alexander McQueen in London, Jarrod Glaze has been designing menswear now for the past three seasons making his home in New York. We caught up with Jarrod earlier this year where he presented […] Click to read more »

Korea’s Fashion Industry Continues to Make a Strong Impact Here in the States By Steve V. Rodriguez

The impact of Korean fashion in the States, namely New York City, has been growing steadily and quickly adding a refreshing twist on traditional silhouettes. It’s not that surprising since Seoul, is the fourth largest metropolitan economy followed by Tokyo, New York and Los Angeles. Similar in size and just as expansive as the latter, […] Click to read more »

SHOP UNTITLED in the West Village Previews SKINGRAFT for Fall 2014 at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week

We visited one of our favorite boutiques in New York City, SHOP UNTITLED, post New York Fashion Week,  to get owner, Kevin Kelly’s take on one of their top fashion label’s they carry, SKINGRAFT. In our first part series featuring SKINGRAFT, Kelly chatted with us about the newfound success of the label, their recent spectacular […] Click to read more »

Dominic Louis Gets Serious about the Business of Fashion and Designs for the Real Woman for Fall 2014 New York Fashion Week

This is our third season featuring designer, Dominic Louis and each season has the designer growing and refining his vision and craft. For the second season in a row, Louis featured womenswear. Last season he focused on the silhouette, and this season he told us he ‘made her mine’. It’s clear that the designer is […] Click to read more »

Designer Alon Livne is Inspired by the 1920′s Epic Silent Film, “The Sheik” for Fall 2014 at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week

For Fall/Winter 2014, Designer Alon Livne is inspired by the 1920’s epic silent film, “The Sheik,” treating themes of early imperialism in Morocco, when the privileged of the world, and their daughters, journeyed across the sea, armed with trousseaus, on an oceanic pursuit of culture and romance. This season, Livne takes dimension back to the […] Click to read more »

KAUFMANFRANCO are Inspired by the 90’s and Kate Moss for Fall 2014 at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week

KAUFMANFRANCO designers, Ken and Isaac, have been outfitting celebrities for the red carpet like Halle Berry, Jennifer Aniston and Kelly Rowland to name a few, but after chatting with them at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week for Fall 2014, I get the feeling this duo is staying true to their vision, while the celebrity attraction to their […] Click to read more »

Designer Rich Kim Has Made Clothes for a Slew of Major Designers, and Now it’s His Turn to Debut his Own Label

Designer Rich Kim is no newcomer to the Fashion scene, even though he recently debuted his first ever collection of menswear at New York Fashion for Fall 2014. Kim has made and produced clothes for Cesar Galindo, Meskita, and our own host, Carlton Jones’ new fashion line. With the help and encouragement of new designer […] Click to read more »

CZAR by Cesar Galindo presented Ethnic, Textured and Layered Looks for Fall 2014 at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week

  CZAR by Cesar Galindo presented boxy shapes with multi-layered,  and textured looks for his Fall 2014 Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week presentation. Asian and other ethnic patterns and prints made for a vibrant collection for next Fall. Carlton Jones caught up with Cesar backstage to congratulate the designer,  and talk about Galindo’s Fall 2014 presentation. Click to read more »

Designer Ernest Alexander adds Eclectic Embellishments to Classic Menswear for New York Fashion Week Fall 2014

For Fall 2014, the Ernest Alexander collection draws inspiration from board track racing, an early motorcycle sport devoted to speed, danger, and American tradition. It reflects on a time when racers combined heavy wools and leathers into their race day outfit., wearing each piece for protection while on the track. Click to read more »