In addition to the famous brands we are accustomed to watch at NYFW, there are also some smaller brands, new designers and talents. I, who am the madwoman of the parade, I accompany all and analyze them with the same look and perception that I analyze the big ones. I love it when a brand evolves or renews itself, and it’s on the catwalk that I can see it.
SUPIMA was a brand that surprised me by creating a competition 10 years ago among the top US fashion schools where its top students were challenged to create capsule collections utilizing Supima cotton, which is the best in the country. The result was released shortly after the NYFW parade. Oh well worth remembering that usually jurors are influential people in fashion and celebrities. In the image below, the designer and its creation.
ULLA JOHNSON surprised me! It was the first time I saw your show and I became a fan! I loved the way she put modern organza pieces together. I also found the creations and modeling of the pieces perfect.
GALTISCOPIO began its show with a lot of good music. A group of RAP opens the parade, soon after the models paraded a collection with transparency, cutouts and a lot of bright.
VAISHALI brings a collection that was inspired by nature. The designer has created her own fabrics in India for this collection.
CINDY MONTEIRO loves natural fabrics and fibers. She is a designer who values this quality and sustainability. Also loves a handmade, most of the patterned fabrics in her collection are painted by herself.
FRANCESCA LIBERATORE is one of the shows I’m happy to watch during fashion week. The brand evolves every season and always presents a collection that can leave the catwalk and go to the streets at the exact moment of the show.
LEANNE MARSHAL brought a burst of color on the catwalk in a rich, feminine modeling. I loved the fluid fabrics and how the pieces fit perfectly into the body of the models.
HAKANAKKAYA talks about existentialism in his collection that came pretty dramatic for the summer. Even dramatic still beautiful!