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CHRISTIAN SIRIANO – NEW YORK – FALL/WINTER 2016 FASHION SHOW

Christian Siriano, recently interviewed by The Untitled Magazine's Indira Cesarine for Fashion One TV, held a February 13th fashion show that was inspired by American artist Sheila Hicks’s yarn and knit-based works and the influence is clear. Located at Artbeam Studios on West 21st Street, Siriano surprised with knits creatively developed in a structured way, yet holding on to his elegant touch. Chunky…

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GEORGINE – NEW YORK – FALL/WINTER 2016 FASHION SHOW

The GEORGINE fall/winter collection debuted at The Gallery at Skylight Lincoln Center on February 16. Inspired by the work of The Brother Grimm, the collection highlighted the struggle between the good and evil found in fairytales while re-imagining the traditional princesses, heroes, and villains. Designer Georgine Ratelband, questioned, "What would Cinderella wear to a ball…

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KYE – NEW YORK – FALL/WINTER 2016 FASHION SHOW

KYE's latest collection focuses on unconventional silhouettes, mixtures of bold contrasting color blocking and mix matched styling. Launched by Kathleen Kye in 2011, the line is always built from Seoul street style inspiration. Bright, loud, and clashing: this season debuted on February 12 at The Gallery at Skylight Clarkson Square and the collection looked like it was pulled from…

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LIE SANG BONG – NEW YORK – FALL/WINTER 2016 FASHION SHOW

Lie Sang Bong's fall/winter 2016 collection shown on February 13 at Pier 59 Studios was filled with feminine looks in silky textures and bright hues. The collection highlighted oversized outerwear, cinched at the waist dresses and skirts, and loose, flowing trousers. Models donned bright pink, deep blue, and emerald green blouses made of silk and…

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NICHOLAS K – NEW YORK – FALL/WINTER 2016 FASHION SHOW

The Nicholas K line took the runway on February 11 2016 at The Dock at Skylight Moynihan Station in deep burgundy's, shiny slates, and shades of violet. With helmet-like headpieces, the ladies looked ready to jump into the pilot's seat, but their outfits were fit for first class.  Designed by Christopher and Nicholas Kunz, the layered looks of differing textures…

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PUBLIC SCHOOL – NEW YORK – FALL/WINTER 2016 FASHION SHOW

The Public School boys, Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne, are the kings of street wear inspired collections. Only the coolest of looks can be found on their runway, and the fall 2016 collection, shown on a freezing February 14th, was no different. They debuted oversized outerwear, layered looks, and military inspired gear, to a packed venue…

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RODARTE – NEW YORK – FALL/WINTER 2016 FASHION SHOW

Kate and Laura Mulleavy looked to the West Coast for inspiration this season. Their University of California, Berkeley, roots brought San Franciscan vibes to their diverse collection which was shown on February 16, 2016. While some looks from Rodarte's Fall 2016 runway looked straight out of a fairytale, others pushed the wrong buttons, ending in cheap-looking…

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ROSIE ASSOULIN – NEW YORK – FALL/WINTER 2016 FASHION PRESENTATION

Rosie Assoulin's newest collection, shown in the Meatpacking District on February 15 2016, was made by a millennial for millennials. Though there was no distinguished inspiration for the line, the overall effect was modern, fun, and young. Assoulin, who designed a dress worn by Beyonce in her newly released and much talked about "Formation" video, created looks…

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THE ROW – NEW YORK – FALL/WINTER 2016 FASHION SHOW

Minimal, lengthy, neutral, oversized. The Row's newest collection, which was shown in their West Village showroom, can be summed up in just a few words - exactly the way the Olsen twins like it. For the two, the clothes often speak more than they do and while the are silhouettes and tones were simple, the fabrications…

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THOM BROWNE – NEW YORK – FALL/WINTER 2016 FASHION SHOW

For Thom Browne, it was about what he could make from what already existed. On February 15th 2016, the designer showed his latest collection in a 19th century building where models walked through a sparse garden. The setting's solemn vibe echoed the designer's inspiration which focused on the idea that during The Great Depression women took it upon themselves to…

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VICTORIA BECKHAM – NEW YORK – FALL/WINTER 2016 FASHION SHOW

For Victoria Beckham, her collection has grown up hand in hand with her personal style. As the former Posh Spice traded corset tops for modern trousers and sleek dresses, her collection did the same and at The Untitled Magazine, we are happy to see the growth. Her runway show on February 14, 2016 at 25 Cipriani Broadway was characterized by…

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YIGAL AZROUEL – NEW YORK – FALL/WINTER 2016 FASHION SHOW

Yigal Azrouël's collection, shown on February 12, at Skylight Clarkson Square was an image of contrasting views. Light and dark, innocence and impurity: the differing features combined to debut a dark collection with floral influences. Models with slicked back hair wore dark garments in black, navy, and hints of purple. Touches of lace closed the show, giving off a…

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ZAC POSEN – NEW YORK – FALL/WINTER 2016 FASHION SHOW

Inspired by Ugandan Princess Elizabeth of Toro, the first East-African female to be admitted to an English bar, Zac Posen's Fall/Winter 2016 collection, shown on February 15th 2016, was made for strong women. Elizabeth of Toro was also a top model in the late 60s and Posen brought that time frame to the forefront of…

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LIV TYLER x BELSTAFF – FASHION WEEK FILM PREMIERE

Liv Tyler isn't only the face of Belstaff, she is also a creative contributor for the English brand. On Wednesday, February 10th in Soho, a short film premiered that Tyler both produced and starred in for Belstaff,  a company well-known for minimal, weather proof jackets, and worn by only the coolest of motorcyclists, aviators, and fashion followers. The…

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THE TEN MOST TALKED ABOUT SHOWS AT NEW YORK FASHION WEEK SPRING 2016

  New York Fashion Week Ready to Wear Spring 2016 brought us tulle, greyscale, (except for Jeremy Scott, of course) 90's grunge throwbacks and hair that stood upright. Among all to be talked about, enjoy looks from our top ten shows. Jeremy Scott  B-movie horror wigs, neon guns, and fishnets - Jeremy Scott played with textures,…

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