A Glimpse of Grandeur: NYC Fashion Week-Fall 2018

The details are in the distinction of each collection this season. These hand crafted and original pieces reveal one clear statement that’s duly noted… that the same old, same old is no longer acceptable. Two collections I’d like to draw a spotlight to, where character is being exhibited in the creativity.




Once again the Sherri Hill’s eveningwear Fall collection delightfully dazzled the catwalk this season. Hundreds of special guests, celebrities and media witnessed the sparkle and glam of the alluring apparel.

Sailor Brinkley Cook, daughter of supermodel Christie Brinkley walked the show wearing several captivating ensembles (pictured above with the designer, Sherri Hill).

The collection’s standout garments included high slits, flowing floor length gowns and skirts, plunging necklines and strapless flowey dresses made of satin fabrics, metallic sheen and even a feather embellished skirt!




Taiwanese streetwear designer, Justin Yu-Ying Chou, premiered his Autumn/Winter 2018 collection at Spring Studios this season. In his vision- “old is new” and “local is global”, Chou uses traditional Taiwanese craft skills such as hand embroidery and rush weaving to vintage fabrics with modern textiles.

Versatile and mixed in hue, unconventional outerwear pieces draped both men and women in the collection. An array of lace, sheen and sheer delicate fabrics lined many of the varied garments creating a truly modern momentum.

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