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Posts tagged with ‘NYC’

  • Geoffrey Mac Spring/Summer ’12 Collection

    By Michal Upchurch on November 11, 2011
    The first thing that came to my mind when I saw Geoffrey Mac’s SS ’12 collection was fantasy hair show meets haute couture fashion. Each piece was bold, playful, colorful, sophisticated and intriguing. The NYC based designer offers a fun and fresh perspective to the world of fashion. Many of his designs have been featured on “America’s Next Top Model” […]
  • NYC Fashion Week: Mara Hoffman

    By SP on September 11, 2009
    Fell inlove with this collection. The colors, the prints, the shapes, they were so sugary sweet — as we like to compare fashion to deserts. The fabrics flowed and draped nicely. The color combination with the accessories were exactly what they needed to be. This is definitely one collection/designer to look out for. Again, here are our top picks. Enjoy!
  • NYC Fashion Week: Ports 1961

    By SP on September 11, 2009
    Our favorite looks from the Ports 1961 RTW Spring collection. A lot of the pieces were very free, and draping this season. Also saw some tribal print dresses which we love. The goddess look and one shoulder were in tow. All in all, it was a fab collection, and of course, we had to narrow it down. Enjoy!
  • Walking Brooklyn, NY With Nelson George

    By greghuntoon on July 21, 2009
    I recently had a chance to be exposed in greater depth to Nelson George, and in the process, stumbled upon his Vimeo account. Nelson, for those of you who don’t know, is one of those NYC insiders that has been in and around all of the movements happening since the early 80’s. He’s a writer and director (most notably, the […]
  • The Nigerian Way – Survival Of The Fittest

    By SP on March 10, 2009
    Well little did I know when I arrived to Lagos the life I knew abroad was going to come with an unbelievable price tag. Believe me, I’m not naive. I expected some change but nothing compared to what I actually experienced. My previous visits were on vacations which was short and sweet. I would visit friends and family all over, […]