New York City fashion week is upon us.
This year’s fashion season is known for showcasing designers like L’Oréal and H&M, but there’s something different going on in the city.
New York is one of the first cities to embrace the idea of the “New York City Fashion Week,” and it’s the first time it’s been implemented in a citywide fashion show.
A new industry is being born that’s going to impact our city’s fashion and culture industries, and it can’t come soon enough.
Read more The New York-based Fashion Week is a brand-wide event held every February, and each year, it’s a chance for designers and retailers to showcase their collections.
Each week, the show is led by the fashion show judges and the main event takes place at The Ritz-Carlton, with designers like H&M, Calvin Klein, and Gucci showcasing their collections for the first half of the show.
For the second half, the designers and their retailers are joined by a rotating cast of celebrities, designers, and influencers, and all the while, the runway is filled with the best and brightest fashionistas from all over the world.
This past weekend, the New York fashion week kicked off with the debut of an entire show dedicated to the new trend of “urban fashion,” the “urban style” that focuses on the aesthetics of cities, not just their design.
In the first installment of the event, “Urban Style” showcased the latest in fashion trends in New York.
With the new trends in mind, New York designers decided to create a look inspired by the neighborhoods of Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, and Brooklyn Heights, New Jersey.
The show, which was filmed in New Jersey, featured models dressed in a variety of styles including suits, suits, and jackets, all with a focus on “streetwear,” or the kind of fashion that’s worn in public.
In this episode of The Fashion Revolution, The R&!ters will discuss the trends in fashion and fashion history, and the people behind them.