Tag: Ciara Johnson


Mode à Paris Mens Review Part Deux

The review of Mode à Paris Mens continues on with another trio of Parisian based designers. Ann Demeulemeester revolved around romantic duality with ‘Two Suns’. The renowned house of Louis Vuitton broke the mold with a fresh take on youthful luxury and Umit Benan fantasized of Fidel & Che dressed in tailored militant loungewear. Continue Reading..


Mode à Paris Mens Review Pt. 1

While Milan captures my vibration it’s the innovation of Paris that enraptures it. The designers of the city of lights always put together something poetically artistic, something stemming from the depths of creativity that can’t be found in places like London or Milan. And thus begins the Mode à Paris Mens Review Part 1 of 2.Continue Reading..


Milan Collections Mens Review Pt.2

​Emporio Armani

This year marked 40 years for Giorgio Armani and his iconic company, and he kept his customary suits and soft shades of greys, blues and greens while adding some unfamiliar but welcomed fabrics like lustrous silks along with some paisley and polka dot prints. Continue Reading..


Florence Fashion Week: Pitti Uomo 88

Twice a year the fashion industry commences in Florence at the Fortezza da Basso for what is considered the world’s most important platform for men’s clothing and accessories, Pitti Immagine Pitti Uomo.Continue Reading..


London Collections Mens Review Pt. 2

And the London Collections of Menswear continues to be analyzed and reviewed, transformative collections at Gieves & Hawkes, as well as, Belstaff bring new found vibes that still link to their heritages; while maritime hues and relax fit pieces accompany frugal opulence at Tiger of Sweden. Continue Reading..


London Collections Mens Review Pt. 1

Let the Menswear season commence, starting with London Collections Men, off all the collections that graced the runways, here are the first 3 favorites; Kit Neale giving vivid billowing vibes, Craig Green with monotone Japanese influence and Richard James and his Englishman in a jungle oasis. Continue Reading..


The Set NYC present Fashion’s Night Out

Even though New York Fashion Week isn’t in view until September, New York is still the hub of all things fashion stateside, thru out the year there are thousands of different fashion shows and events popping up all around the city.Continue Reading..


Top 3 Favorite Leitmotifs | London Collections FW 15/16

From New York to Europe the runway analysis continues onto some of the most influential cities, starting with London! Giving a nod, perhaps even a wave to the Victorian era with melodramatic gothic vibes setting a historical undertone along with some taking a modern spin. There’s also a wide range of wilderness revelation hitting the textiles in landscape inspired prints and graphics, to the overall styling of each collection. This LFW season totally captivated me beyond measure…Continue Reading..



Of all the hundreds of shows I’ve reviewed from New York Fashion week this past Fall/Winter 2015-2016 season I narrowed down my top 5 favorites. I have to say it was not easy and not for the obvious reason of just loving everything and having too many options but because this season seemed to have a lot of reoccurring themes from designer to designer. At first I thought it was just me but after much research I realized I wasn’t the only one who felt the repetitiveness of the season left a bit to be desired. Yet these top 5 designers showed nothing but love flooding the runways.

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NYFW Fall/Winter 2015-2016

Colors: Geometric Prints

Bold colors set the stage accompanied by geometric prints as the precedent. The sacred arithmetical patterns adorn clothing with a linear perspective for a supreme impression. From knits to wovens, outerwear to dress, accessories to jewelry algebraic visuals saturated the Fall/Winter 2015-2016 runways.Continue Reading..