It’s important to know the literal meanings behind these pretty sounding French phrases. ‘Prêt-à-Porter quite literally means “Ready-to-Wear.” “Haute Couture” is generally used to deem anything “High Fashion.” This isn’t too far off, as Haute Couture means “high sewing” or “high dressmaking.”New York Fashion Week every year showcases the exciting new collections from emerging designers. Click on the featured images of these reports which span from 2015 to 2017. They offers glimpses into modest launch pads for today’s emerging designers and brands that want to increase industry awareness, launch their line or stimulate brand promotion by creating professionally executed fashion shows, pop-up retail stores, influencer events and experiential activations.
After Kanye West thanked Adidas for supporting him and "paying for this" (the show), a large section of the crowd started to chant "Fuck Nike!"
A crowd-pleaser in the House of James was the dark magenta gown which flowed across the beautiful Demi Barrington's body.
Creative director Lubov Azria fesses up to pushing the brand's unapologetic sexiness to take punk risks.
KATE by Katherine Tramposh is a fair-trade and organic fashion brand based out of Paris.
People ask, "Why the name Kréyol? Is it just a Haitian thing?" Well, yes, to some extent. But the concept may be larger and broader than its origins.
Lace-weaving is a dying art. A new signature clothing line for women is helping to revitalize it. Sri Lankan tradition-inspired womenswear line KUR laced up NY Fashion Week
Hey there you, fashion models! Before hitting the runway, check out Yulissa's French-roasted cupcakes at Studio 450.
Press release | Piña couture fashion collection unveils fusion eco-artwear at New York’s Philippine Center
PCNY features opulent and intricate Filipino fabrics that are tailored into a demi couture collection for a premiere fashion event. The goal is to spread the message that the eco-friendly