Sleek lines and geometric patterns from Woodhouse exuded an Art Deco feel very reminiscent of the 'Gatsby' era. Designer, Julian Woodhouse's attention to relaxed fit and custom tailoring were exquisitely presented, and even more eye-catching.
WOODHOUSE SS 17 FULL COLLECTION HERE
CARLOS CAMPOS SPRING/SUMMER 2017
Another nod to Art Deco, was designer, Carlos Campos and his re-imagining of the traditional Cuban "Guyabera". This look, combined with the overall collection's utilitarian inspired uniform, and pops of a brisk tobacco leaf green made this a stand-out show for us.
Ricardo Seco’s"Life." Is an ode to the island of Holbox, and fuses together Holbox allure with the electricity New York City existence. Light pastels in pink and blue with splashes of grey and black mixed in with exotic prints, oversized silhouettes, and athletic wear make for a sophisticated urban paradise.
Kenneth Ning wowed us with 'Full Metal'. Inspired by war in film, the Spring Summer 2017 collection is an "End of Days" mesh of deconstructed silhouettes, mismatched textures and patterns, camouflaged jacquard and a dim palette of muted utilitarian color tones.
KENNETH NING SS 2017 FULL COLLECTION HERE
PLAC SPRING/SUMMER 2017
Inspired by the structured and whimsical paintings of John Hockney. PLAC catapulted their signature style to new heights for Spring/Summer 2017. Like the Hockney paintings, the 60’s summer vibe rang true in every clean line, and lightweight textile. Tailored button-downs, wide leg trousers and an array of overcoats and jackets were a definite hit, and undoubtedly some of the most wearable pieces this fashion week.
So poignant in spirit, Private Policy’s inventive interpretation of modern slavery for Spring Summer hit us hard. Striped pieces were used to resemble imprisonment, and the idea of constriction was implied through harnesses. The collection overall featured beautiful textures and sleek silhouettes; a cheerful high-end contradiction to a somber undertone.
Definitely one of our favorites, Gypsy Sport never ceases to amaze us year after year. Mastermind, Rio Uribe solidified his collection as a force to be reckoned with by once again crossing the lines of gender norms. This collection combined traditional athletic wear with bursts of fringe and lace.