Fashion Week commenced with New York Men’s Day. Budding brands were invited to showcase their Fall/Winter 2022 collections, and the next generation of designers shared their interpretations of modern menswear.
Mitesh Shrestha, Sports Editor • February 18, 2022
At the Black In Fashion Council’s Fall/Winter 2022 showroom, CISE and other designers provided both artistry and community support.
Con Xie, Contributing Writer • February 17, 2022
Everyone had the same favorite moment of the Uplive x Hekka show. And it had nothing to do with the clothing.
Tess Tamar, Contributing Writer • February 17, 2022
The New Zealand-born designer breaks convention with a Fall/Winter 2022 collection featuring fresh springy floral prints.
Vivian Stockley, Beauty & Style Editor • February 17, 2022
Is it supposed to be subversive minimalism or tacky ZARA party glam?
Victoria Maung, Abroad Arts & Culture Editor • February 16, 2022
Embellishing her collection with ferns and beads, Melke’s designer Emma Gage redefines sustainability in fashion.
Sara Vargas, Contributing Writer • February 16, 2022
A literature-inspired occasion wear brand puts on its cowboy boots.
Con Xie, Contributing Writer • February 15, 2022
And somehow Tiffany Brown was boring?
Working with his classic bases of tweeds and mixed silhouettes, designer Frederick Anderson incorporated metallics, tassels and other vivid ornamentations to bring his designs to life.
Michelle Han, Opinion Editor • February 15, 2022
Designer Christian Juul Nielsen makes his New York Fashion Week debut with Danish brand Aknvas in a beautiful flurry of bunny heads, models and disco music.
Olivia Liu, Contributing Writer • February 15, 2022