#NYFW: Designer Inspirations Spring 2017
New York Fashion Week is here and as such here’s a sneak peek of what’s to walk down the runway along with inspired the designers.
Jeffrey Taylor for Supima Design Competition Spring 2017
“Sophisticated, creative and trailblazing women.”
Banana Republic Spring 2017
"Inspired by modern techniques and traditional craft and how new proportions bring an easy sophistication." *Michael Anderson, Senior Vice President of Design, Banana Republic
Bibhu Mohapatra Spring 2017
“With this seasons collection, I am honoring a myriad of unnamed muses who inspired not only myself, but the world of arts and culture during the prolific Parisian La Belle Époque (The Beautiful Era)”
Christian Siriano Spring 2017
"My Spring 2017 collection is perfect for a getaway on the Isle of Capri. Vintage photos from the 60s and 70s inspired a cool, modern seaside collection fit for a world-traveled woman."
Desigual Spring 2017
An eccentric mash-up of fabrics including tie-dye denim, sequined embroidery, and 3D graphics represent the Desigual woman’s fearless attitude and eternal curiosity.
Duston Jasso-Corduroy Spring 2017
"My Supima capsule collection is called "The Aureate" meaning: gilded in gold. It tells the story of an angel that has fallen to earth,"
Lie Sangbong Spring 2017
Valley of the moon
Nicole Miller Spring 2017
"My Spring 2017 collection is a culture mix, blending elements of traditional Panama with modern New York City influences. As the world gets smaller everything gets woven together."
NOON BY NOOR Spring 2017
Into the deep.
Son Jung Wan Spring 2017
"My spring/summer 2017 collection embodies the exuberance of the 70s with vivid hues, dramatic silhouettes, and unapologetic glamour."
Valentina Kova Spring 2017
Jacob Blau for Supima Design Competition Spring 2017
Degen Spring 2017
Jacqueline Chen for Supima Design Competition Spring 2017
Adrian Escoto Spring 2017 for The Art Institutes
Mimmy Begazo of The Art Institutes .bmp
A collection thought in the invisible narrative we are facing with technology and electronic devices, helping us block radiation from our bodies by using Electromagnetic Field Shielding (Anti-radiation) fabrics.
Maria D’Ocon of The Art Institutes .bmp
The cultural richness & diversity of Spanish art inspired this bridal collection.