Posts tagged “Fashion and Culture Blog”
Scene: Spring blooming. Just like the flowers, some people adorn themselves in color. Observations. Multi-hued expressions. Cool, but mostly warm colors and neutrals. Pink, yellow, orange, several shades of beige, and megawatt neons. Florals, prints, stripes, feathers, sweet bows, and folk elements in patchwork. Everyday scenes in the city. All over the town. Spring is in the air. The fragrance of […]
Scene: Bundled up. On the run. Warming hues from pink to yellow to violet. More shades of brown than black or grey. Bold checked fabric in oversized tartan, window pane, and glen plaid. Color blocking, animal prints, and stripes. Pattern mix. Gold metallic sheen outerwear. Shearling, leather, faux, teddy, and real fur, cashmere, wool, and nylon. […]
Scene: Browns on the town. Black leather. Motifs and imagery. Wildflowers like pastels are no longer reserved for spring. Hints of Pantone’s 2019 color “Living Coral”. Black, grey, and white always in sight. Slim jackets with slender jeans. Classic trench coats with a twist. Headgear. Heartland warm knits, soft cashmere, and smooth suede. Plaid with tradition. Boots with heels, high and low, kicks […]
Scene: A mix of style, a mix of weather. Comings and goings, uptown and down. Side swiped by the contrasting moods of Winter. Warm up, cool down. Pops of color and spontaneity, warm knits, hi-shine, faux and fur, puffed quilts, plaids, fringe, and suede. Classics get a twist. Hints of spring.
House of Lubin
Scene: The Fashion Design Program of Syracuse University’s College of Visual and Performing Arts (VPA) New York City Presentation at Lubin House, the University’s New York City home on East Sixty-First Street between Madison and Fifth Avenues. Models above are wearing Senior Designer Khari Walser’s collection. The recent event featured the top juried senior collections with the leadership of Todd Conover, Assistant Professor […]