f there’s one thing to know about Adam Selman, it’s that his collections are the furthest thing from boring. This season, Selman delivers a lively interpretation of the new Americana, and his positive rendition is much appreciated given the tense political
Wang Tao’s label, Taoray Wang, is slowly becoming one of my favorite shows on the fashion calendar. Since seeing her Fall/Winter 2017 collection for the first time this past February, I’ve been keeping an eye on the label to see
Alexandra Pijut is no stranger to having her work on the runway. This past spring quarter, she was one of few seniors selected to present her senior collection at SCAD’s inaugural FASHWKND. After being featured on Fashionista’s 38 Standout Looks
The Plaza and Payless—two words you never thought would go together. But Christian Siriano has other ideas on dismantling the exclusivity of luxury fashion. A continuing thread of themes from Siriano’s collections advocates high fashion meeting accessibility. The designer is
For society’s leading women, Taoray Wang became New York’s label to watch after the designer dressed first daughter Tiffany Trump for her father’s inauguration. CROSSOVER, an ironic title as politics seem to be seeping into fashion, is the latest collection from Chinese designer Wang Tao.
Laurence & Chicos’s Fall/Winter ‘17 collection from Lawrence Li and Chico Wang consists of the kind of clothing you’d wear to explore inside of a nighttime dreamscape. Glamorous, enveloped, and psychedelic, the models looked as if they had just rolled