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New York Fashion Week is here! Watch New York Fashion Week 2018 SS 2019 NYFW fashion shows on the Yaers Fashion TV channel from brands and designers such as Cinq à Sept, Novis, rag & bone, Sachin & Babi, Daniel Cloke, Ji Won Choi, Jamall Osterholm, Noon by Noor, Vivienne Westwood, Collina Strada, Mara Hoffman, PH5, Pamella Roland, Tadashi Shoji, John Elliott, Christopher John Rogers, Ulla Johnson, Kim Shui, Nicole Miller, Matthew Adams Dolan, Jeremy Scott, KITH, Novis, Sachin & Babi, Tory Burch, Chloe Gosselin, Hellessy, Snow Xue Gao, Jason Wu, Linder, Milly, Paul Andrew, Cushnie, LRS, Monse, Ralph Lauren, Vivienne Hu, The Blonds, Jonathan Cohen, Self-Portrait, Marina Moscone, Dion Lee, Taoray Wang, R13, Yuna Yang, Eckhaus Latta, Son Jung Wan, ADEAM, Christian Cowan, Longchamp, Christian Siriano, Jonathan Simkhai, Brandon Maxwell, Pyer Moss, Badgley Mischka, Area, Diane von Furstenberg, Rosetta Getty, The Row, Brock Collection, Claudia Li, Escada, Mansur Gavriel, Romeo Hunte, Tibi, Sies Marjan, BOSS, Telfar, Rodarte, Prabal Gurung, Opening Ceremony, LaQuan Smith, J. Mendel, The Row, Carolina Herrera, Moon Choi, Zimmermann, Lela Rose, Studio One Eighty Nine, Dennis Basso, Yeohlee, Phillip Lim, Proenza Schouler, Libertine, Veronica Beard, Zero + Maria Cornejo, Gauntlett Cheng, Kozaburo, Anna Sui, Oscar de la Renta, Sally Lapointe, Gabriela Hearst, Tome, Coach 1941, Naeem Khan, alice + olivia by , Stacey Bendet, Chiara Boni La Petite Robe, Vaquera, Cynthia Rowley, Lou Dallas, Calvin Klein, Marchesa, Michael Kors, Calvin Luo, Maryam Nassir Zadeh, LUAR, Batsheva, Marc Jacobs, kate spade new york, Nanushka, Hunting Season, Domingo Zapata, Amal Azhari, Burning Guitars, Mister Triple X, Janay Deann Designs, Femata Couture, Marla Elena Couture, Rebecca Justh, House of Byfield, Sarene Fu, Inifd & London School of Trends, Madeline Stuart 21 Reasons Why, Argyle Grant, Lila Nikole, EFFABB, Snooty Booty, Alycesaundral, Alexandra Bujan, Rutu Bhonsle, Alexandra Popescu-York, R.C. Caylan, Topping Design, Fernando Alberto Atelier, Nathalia Gaviria, Eman Idil, Charles and Ron, Wanda Beauchamp, Monnalisa, Lulu Et Gigi, Carmen Steffens, Bad Sisters, A Modo Mio, Anthony Rubio, Candice Cuoco, Black Tape Project, Cotton Inc, Le Piacentini, Cristina Ferrari Diamond Space Brand, Antonio D'Errico Haute Couture, David Tupaz, Bahmardi, Ron Tomson, Richard Hallmarq, Brian Wood, Romeo + Juliet Couture, Shay Kawaii, Adrian Alicea, Matte Brand, Sweet Talk Swim, Adriana Sahar, Raul Penaranda, Hirun Bangkok, Elie Madi, Rocky Gathercole, Fynnton Gray, Funari New York, BBTC / Love Baby J, Chick, Ydamys Simo, Emma Altman, Father Akki, Smock Me, Marco Marco, Acid NYC, Amensia, Aranyani, KavenLiu Dimor, All Black, CoFi, Naldo Montanez, Rocky Boston, Christian Colorado, Emmanuel Acosta, Stitched by Radically Classy, Kyra by Kimberly Allen, Arkansas Fashion School, Abby Alba, Ghussoun Kassem, Ramon Linares, Meenakshi Budhraja, Jazmine Barnes-Gates, Freddie Lee Reynold, Crystal Hamilton, Holley Patton, Amberly Holiman, Anna Garland, Donna Brown, Alexandra Pizzigoni, Keren Espina, Amaya's Couture, Kizzed, Royal Eminence, Luna Godai, Irina Shabayeva, Elier Aubret, Gates x 800West, Tiena, Lainy Gold Designs, Naldo Montanez, Street Lux by Charda Simons, Tyleah Miller, CG Atelier, Joan Madison, Madame Adassa, Mariah Lynn Designs, Delia Alleyne, BA3, Rochelle Nicole by Rochelle Minors, Videmus Omnia, Charistopher Palu, Kimberly Goldson, Edward Newton, Korto Momolu, Mychael Knight Collection, Studio 189 by Rosario Dawson and Abrima Erwiah, Kittenish by Jessie James Decker, Mery Playa by Sofia Resing, Tumbler and Tipsy by Michael Kuluva, DFBK - Defend Brooklyn, Bonnie Bouche by Angela Simmons, #Unfiltered by Jessica Abo
Dudes look like they’re holding In a gangsta fart or just shat themselves .. looks like they’re a bunch of dirty strippers after a long night of grinding it. Everything looks so dated and like a big trip gone bad .. what up with the dudes with the shoulder straps ? Concealed carry ? Or some backpack lost it’s bag ? The dudes have oddly weird bruises in the center of their thighs ( some of them ). Kept waiting for nasty skank Miley Cyrus to walk out lol. I love being able to express artistically , the wild and out there but these look like dirty s&m left over club rats from the late 90’s. Even the fit of things is disturbing. Don’t wanna see those models in 15-20 years lol 😂 with their big ol beer guts cuz I have a feeling .. there’s one dress I really liked though. Was very well made and had interesting patterns. Was before dude with his booty cheeks hanging out in those undie chaps lol. I don’t know but a lot of his designs look like he was fitting for then the old club x’d out candy kids 20 yrs later. There’s this dude that looks like he’s 4ft tall in that black mesh banana hammock lol but I love the dress after him. That girl looked fierce in that and the jacket was cool too. We got a few man boob situations going on lol. There’s a few decent things going on. Let’s be real though , the underwear with the cutouts ? Not going to be flattering on most lol. Some of the dudes junk hang so low hahaha. He had one model right before the big ol drag queen looking plus sized Tyra banks cousin 😂that had fat rolls on both sides. Detracts from the design for sure. Idk what’s up with that rupaul looking vampire cape and dress and why that walked twice but ok .. is that something I’m missing or what ? Don’t get me wrong , I love sparkly things and all that shines and glitters but there’s only a few , maybe 3 designs that stood out that Weren’t just tacky and scary lol. Can’t say I hate the collection , clearly that designer has some very good abilities and I’d love to see more from them , honestly .. I just am not big on those male models and their doodoo walks .. very uncomfortable to watch them lol 😂
I don't understand fashion, thank goodness. I thought most of those "outfists" were ridiculous. Somebody likes short stocky guys. I have never seen anybody in the mall or in the grocery store walking like that or dressed like that. And, let's not talk about the beach... What a waste of fabric and common sense. I hope that the models were paid.
Rick McCauley it’s bc it’s not ready to wear fashion and runway looks are always going to be over the top / not typical for everyday wear but omg you’re so right about the weirdness and unappealing looks and walks lol. High fashion isn’t always relatable for the everyday person lol but this doesn’t even translate as high fashion. Looks like old dusty strip club / drag show / 1990’s club with some s&m shit. Not very appealing. But the thing about runway fashion is that the designers are able to use their voice as a designer to convey their art and vision of their inspiration and what they’re tryin to translate is like a story line , rather than presenting some off the rack clothing. Everything in fashion that begins with runway collections ends up trickling down the line and being reduced to more of like a hint of something that was initially on the runway , where the trends catch on and people start seeing elements inspired by looks in high fashion designs and giving a nod to the original design. I’m not a fan at all of this designers work , with exception of about 3 concepts going on , with the female ? Can’t be sure who’s actually females or not ... but even the designs I’ve bn ok with , I’ve seen before so many times. Sometimes I just look at the many runway designs and can’t help but roll my eyes a little , like really ? Ya chose THAT to walk and represent your work ? And the way some people in the industry can praise some tired looks that have been done so many times or some androgynous looks are always getting shoved down everyone’s throat , where the “ fashion “ isn’t very innovative or remarkable but depending on who designs it , all those people that have to be sooooo trendy and pc and make big deals about things that are clearly just being forced on folks , then half that crap starts showing up in stores and it’s just annoying ! I get that runway looks are usually way more amped up than anything ready to wear and commercial but I just don’t like seeing some elements regurgitated constantly in fashion, as well as the way some designers get cut down bc maybe their vision and looks are similar to that of another well known designer ... when really , people have similar taste sometimes even if they’ve never seen one piece or collection from anyone that’s so highly praised or not. Doesn’t mean they’re not coming up with their own work , without stealing inspiration or copying other designers. Like , no one designer owns the rights to certain looks lol. And so many times , designers are chastised bc oh no. Their work can be compared to some other designer .. so what lol. As an artist , i create what i feel and want. I see inside my mind as something I wanna translate in my work. I don’t ever copy or take inspiration from anyone to rip them off lol. And I can only just vouch for the many designers and writers out there that are cokstjefly being paired up against other well known people. It’s not quite fair ! But anyway. Yeah , fashion has gotten labored and tired and seems like for the most part I’ve seen it all lol. Not a fan of these designs at all. The men in underwear just all looked like they were holding in a gangsta fart and yeah , that’s pretty much it lol.
I am not as empathetic to transfolk as others, and my views would not be "open minded" enough to gain the approval of the left, but I felt something positive when the model at 2:30-ish came out. He's not as far along in all of the body modding as others, and in an industry like fashion that demands perfection it was a really nice thing to have him out there and glowing with confidence. I'm not even trans and I can sometimes see how representation like that is important in retaining a "human" element amongst all of the political drama surrounding LGBTQ+.
To keep well, the girls have long Graccian legs, very tense, but everything is well done, all movements are very beautiful, I would like to add points to movement, to rub my hair, and smoothly go to the thigh, men should not have much makeup. the girls look too secretive I advise you not to be much sexier
Fue una explosión de emociones porque mi mente trata de comprender que sucede en esta pasarela pero mi ser es feliz!
Mi mente trata de ver quienes son mujeres y quienes hombres pero mi ser entiende que todos somos humanos y que podemos usar lo que queramos en la vida.
Fue una sensación genial!
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