Scene: New York Fashion Week. The energy was high, the looks were wide ranging, and everyone involved, in many ways, was striking and beautiful in their own way. It’s about street style with a show ready attitude, all put together for a fabulous show of style off the runways. Monochromatic looks, matching sets, subdued and brilliant hues, patterns, bucket hats, and chunky sneakers kicking for comfort. While most are focused on the models coming down the runway, some of the coolest looks of the season can be found on the street. Above photo, LZ Granderson and Franco Velastiqui, Models, Click Model Management.
Scene: Kim Fath and Sophie Koehrmann.
Scene: Emilie Ma wearing a pink feather skirt.
Scene: NiuNiu Chou of Mrhua Mrshua, Fashion Designer, and friend after his runway show at Pier59 Studios. He is an artistic designer focused on promoting Chinese fashion’s cultural heritage and ethnic origins. NiuNiu Chou uses Pop Art as an approach to cross borders with fashion.
Scene: Alexis Gonzalez, Style Guru Intern for College Fashionista, and DwSnapShot, Photographer.
Scene: Mila Sutton, Petite Model with Numa Models, wearing a vintage Anthony Vaccarello seamless meshed dress, found through her collaboration with Designer Revival on the UES, NYC. Underneath is an Intimissimi bodysuit. Raincoat from Topshop and purse is a classic Valentino Studded bag, paired with a Rebecca mink off leather purse accessory.
Scene: Jhon Pierre Cornell wearing Deron Shields t-shirt design with safety pins.
Scene: Genevieve, Beauty and Fashion Blogger.
Scene: Guests waiting for the doors to open.
Scene: Gabe Pepper, Fashion Designer, creates effortless and modern work-to-weekend garments for woman.
Scene: Guests wearing soft hued dresses.
Scene: Masha Agapkina, Artist and Fashion Designer, Founder of Monosuit.
Scene: Lisa Caluag and Angelie Fulton, Design Director for Of The Saint, with her son Robert Edison Fulton V.
Scene: Luisa Verfuerth and Steffen Diers.
Scene: Black and White.
Scene: Douglas Henry, Fashion Writer.
Scene: Aaron Williams, Photographer.
Scene: Standing in line for the show.
Scene: Guests checking in.
Scene: The audience before the Supima show.
Scene: Alli wearing Subin Hahn, Gender Fluid Wear. Taken from traditionally feminine elements, his designs challenge traditional mens and unisex fashion aesthetics, aiming to provide equality in the current fashion industry, while embracing his or her own ambiguity and fluidity.*
Scene: Evan Sebastian Lagache wearing Subin Hahn, Gender Fluid Wear. A video of his collection.*
Scene: Model wearing Julianna Bass, Fashion Designer, at Skylight Clarkson Square. Shades of silver, gold, and rose gold-foiled lambskin stuck out in a sea of lilacs, ivory and rich orchid color schemes. A beautiful collection of wearable pieces.*
Scene: Model wearing Julianna Bass, Fashion Designer, flocked tulle blouse with ruffle collar.*
Scene: Model wearing Jelly Shan, MFA Fashion Design. The School of Fashion at Academy of Art University premiered Spring collections of several BFA and MFA graduates at New York Fashion Week.*
Scene: Model wearing Eden Slezin, MFA Fashion Design. Academy of Art University was established in 1929. It is the largest private university of art and design in the United States.*
Scene: Dami, “influential by happenstance”.
Scene: Ashley Weddington, Fashion Blogger, capturing the essence of her effortless style.
Scene: Kristina Shakht, Fashion and Portrait Photographer, from Saint Petersburg, Russia.
Scene: Stephanie Demetrios, Freelance Writer and Content Creator.
Scene: Guest wearing matte and shiny copper bronze.
Scene: Guest at work between shows.
Scene: Guest styled up.
Scene: Von Lee, Photographer and Filmmaker.
Scene: Elizabeth Downey, Ombeline le Mire-Cahn, and Lexi McKimmey. Models before the show.
Scene: Bevan G. Meyers, Studio Director at Pier59 Studios.
Scene: Guest dashing in.
Scene: Andresha De Bourg with a smile, color, and flowers.
Scene: Lucia Martinez Nash and Nati Saal from Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Scene: New York Fashion Week.
*Runway photos from previous seasons, but fitting for this story.