{#NYFW} TIBI

The consistent clean lines and sensible style of the designs season after season is the reason Tibi‘s collection is a favorite of The Brooklyn Stylist. The fall collection is inspired by the Inuit culture, the idea of Arctic and practicality meeting style. The range of eye-catching pieces in cool colors, over-sized cuts and contrasting textures gives a modern eye into the world of the Inuit peoples. The juxtaposition of the “icy” palette and the warmth of the fabrics
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{#NYFW} Karolyn Pho

Inspiration for the Karolyn Pho SS15 runway show stemmed from the meandering and wandering of a vagabond. A traveler or a nomad, the girl has lost herself in her own self-perception. Highlights from the show include the Rone zip-front shirtdress in emerald, Elliot draped trench coat in camel, Moscot cassius with sky blue lens and the Harper workmen’s jumpsuit in camel. Common tones among the collection include sky clue, nude, pearl, flamingo, camel, emerald, and burnt sienna. Popular
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{#NYFW} Nanette Lepore

Images via Style.com Nanette Lepore’s SS15 collection was inspired simply by Sunshine. Hints to the new collection such as, “It’s all about the sunny yellow dress,” were featured on her Instagram. Highlights from the show include the yellow tent dress and the blush off the shoulder cargo dress, both giving that spring, sunny feel. Blush, white, yellow, black, aqua tones as well as bordered prints and stripes were common in the collection. Embroidered cotton fabrics pair perfectly with
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{#NYFW} Katya Leonovich

A stark, white background and a quiet audience set the tone for the Katya Leonovich SS15 runway show. One by one, models paraded down the runway with a slow strut and an audacious temperament. It was a unique show, with a beautiful use of the new 3D printing technology that created the garments and a fusion of iridescent, white, blue and purple hues. Highlights from the show include the blue tech-mesh dress and the purple laser cut dress, both
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