Runway

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Season
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  • The Daily Front Row | September 11, 2016

    Hood by Air Spring/Summer 2017

    Shayne Oliver, our offer to take you to lunch still stands. If we learned anything from your recent New Yorker treatment, it’s that the Hood By Air collective does things entirely on their own terms. Enter the seasonal sponsor, PornHub! To HBA’s credit, the Hustler and Wench shirts were witty interpretations of the theme, although

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  • The Daily Front Row | September 11, 2016

    Rebecca Minkoff Fall 2016

    See now, buy now. We know, you've already heard enough of the phrase to last a lifetime. But it is fun to head over to a designer's e-comm site to shop the collection moments after it's revealed. This is Rebecca Minkoff's second collection in the new retail/show model, and the designer perfectly understands her millennial clientele.

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  • Paige Reddinger | September 11, 2016

    Alexander Wang Spring/Summer 2017

    In a world of Insta-gratification, where one technically speaking no longer needs to attend a show or visit a store to get a first glimpse at clothing, it’s the experience surrounding the clothes in retail and on the runway that now captures everyone’s attention, builds the brand story, and “sells” the image. Alexander Wang (like

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  • The Daily Front Row | September 11, 2016

    Jill Stuart Spring/Summer 2017

    “The girl is a dreamlike performer dancing in the dark, going from dress rehearsal to the stage,” said Jill Stuart on her Spring/Summer 2017 collection. “There’s a lot of layering of knitwear, chiffons, ombre’s and metallics. There’s color blocking, glass rainbow jewelry…it’s really a mix. The clothing is floaty, fluid and languid and it’s very ethereal.”

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  • The Daily Front Row | September 10, 2016

    Nicole Miller Spring/Summer 2017

    It’s all about the journey, n’est-ce pas? RISD grad Nicole Miller is classically trained as a fine artist, so it’s no wonder that in her world, a trip to a gallery could be the starting point of a new season. A recent exhibit on Panama informed her take on Spring ’17, and the collection was

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  • Paige Reddinger | September 10, 2016

    Monse Spring/Summer 2017

    There was a mile-long line to get into Artbeam in Chelsea, where Fernando Garcia and Laura Kim showed their third Monse collection. Naturally, the big news—the designers are heading to Oscar de la Renta—was responsible for some of the draw, but the clothes are equally magnetic. Shirtdressing is the big idea chez Monse, and for

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  • The Daily Front Row | September 10, 2016

    Lacoste Spring/Summer 2017

    All the images from the Lacoste Spring/Summer 2017 collection. Stay tuned for the review…

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  • Daniel Chivu | September 10, 2016

    Tommy Hilfiger Spring/Summer 2017

    On the boardwalk, down by the sea! OK, it was the East River, but it still felt like we were living out a song from The Drifters. Tommy is not to be outdone when it comes to major show production and this season, in continuation of his nautical Americana theme, he brought the fashion crowd to the South Street Seaport.

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  • Sydney Sadick | September 10, 2016

    The Academy of Art University Spring/Summer 2017

    The School of Fashion at Academy of Art University showed the Spring/Summer 2017 designs of 13 students, who debuted their lines. “Since our first runway presentation at New York Fashion Week in September 2005, the show has grown in size and in the caliber of those in attendance such as retail executives, designers, recruiters, as well as

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  • The Daily Front Row | September 10, 2016

    Adam Lippes Spring/Summer 2017

    All the images from the Adam Lippes Spring/Summer 2017 collection. Stay tuned for the review…

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