It is not that easy to introduce a new face into the fashion world. It takes guts to do so. Scores of questions pop up if new designers are being introduced in the show, especially if it is New York Fashion week as it has peak expectations. There are many designers who made their name in the Faison industry with their unique designs.
Even though they start their career as debutants, they became big shots in the fashion industry in their later lives with their outstanding collections. There has always been talent in the fashion world to create innovative designs in the fashion weeks, but there is definitely a need to introduce new talents into the fashion world to bring newness on ramps as well as models. The New Year has definitely started on a grand note for designers who are dreaming to showcase their collections to the world.
This year 13 new designers are going to hit the ramp with their collection. This is quite a big decision in New York Fashion Week. Albeit they have soul support from Made Fashion Week, V-Files and CFDA, it is difficult for emerging designers to compete with the world of fashion.
It is quite a big opportunity for new talented designers to show their worth in designing in the Fashion Week. No matter how big the designer is, the concept of newness is awful, Fashion Week, this time, is going to put up with the new talented designers and their collection.
New names into the fashion world won’t be the successors for any of the present ruling designers, but they surely will make their own name and fame with their unique styles of collections, we believe.
So here are the new faces that are going to rock the ramp with their trendy new collections. Take a look at it.
Ukrainian designer Anna Karenina started her career in the fashion industry as a model and later showcased her other side as a designer when she was 16 with her designs. Her Cheeky slogan T-shirts has gained international popularity and they were later available in both Colette and Harvey Nichols. She is going to be debuted with the support of Made Fashion Week this coming Monday.
Luis Raul Solis has his unique way of designing clothes. His designs are more like long-sleeves or extra-high slit and he mixes synthetic and organic fabrics to make refined clothes with unexpected, dramatic touches. He is going to present his designs on the ramp with the support of Made Fashion Week this Saturday.
This is a Los Angeles brand that focuses on non-gender, nondemographic denim collection. 69 is one that is going to show its collection of unisex/gender-fluid brands at NYFW. It is going to tie up with Made Fashion Week to showcase its collection this Wednesday.
Albeit this brand's founder Jean Touitou has already had his footing in this designer’s world with his intimate presentations in Paris for years, this is the French basics brand’s first time showing in New York. A.P.C. is now expanding its presence in the States. It already opened its brand stores in New York and Los Angles couple of years ago. This brand has collaboration with Outdoor Voices in which they are going to reveal the active wear on Tuesday. Touitou’s pal Kanye West may or may not make an appearance.
Ohlin/D is founded by friends Anne Deane and Jacob Park in 2013. It mainly focuses on ethical and cool women’s clothing. This will be held on this Saturday for the first time at Pier 59.
Rihanna for Puma
Puma is such a big brand name and is now introducing Rihanna. Rihanna has been overshadowed this season by Kanye West, whose new album actually begins with Rin’s “Four, Five Seconds.” She is a creative director of the brand Puma and is going to debut with her collection in support for Puma.
Asai Hiromi is going to introduce the dying art of kimono creation in her upcoming NYFW show that is going to be held on Tuesday. This is funded by a Kickstarter campaign, which was launched last summer.
Ev Bessar, who hails from Russian is a New York-based designer who introduced made-to-order business out of her Upper East Side brownstone as well as philanthropic organization, HeartED. She is going to make her debut with her unisex collection this Thursday.
R13, which is well known for its denim collection has made its debut on Wednesday in the NYFW and peaked the expectations of all the audience and presenters with its collection.
Michelle Helene who hails from New York is coming up with little ethically minded “slow fashion” from Taos, New Mexico. She does this work in collaboration with her brother to present her collection at New York Fashion Week. She previously has the working record with various contemporary brands and she is now going to debut with on her own brand with Pier 59 on Saturday evening.
This is the Uniform
Jenna Young is a UK based designer who introduced This Is the Uniform as her spring 2016 collection with Fashion East, Lula Kennedy’s incubator for new talent. Her designs cover the quirky vibe with sportswear silhouettes and girlish fabrics. She made her ties with Made Fashion Week present her collection on Saturday evening.
This brand is launched by siblings Cole and Parris Gordon in 2013. The name of the brand Beaufille is so very unique and it means “handsome girl.” The brand draws a clean line between masculine and feminine elements in their designs.
This is the women’s luxury ready-to-wear collection that is being launched by Sander Lak who is the former head of design at Dries van Noten. He is going to showcase his designs this Sunday afternoon.
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