Brood Fall 2013: Provencal Op-Ed
"Brood is always about pairing opposites," designer Serkan Sarier explained at his Fall 2013 presentation, held in the the Gramercy Park Hotel's cozy Rose Bar. "This season I wanted to pair two complete different prints and sensibilities. The first one is an 18th Provencal print, and the second is an op-ed print that is inspired by Victor Vasarely, which is this very graphic, geometric op-ed print. That's the starting point for the collection."
Who Will Replace Nicolas Ghesquière at Balenciaga? Meet the Short List
The day after PPR announced Balenciaga's split with the brand's creative director of 15 years, Nicolas Ghesquière, there are of course already rumors circulating about who might replace him.
What We Saw at NYFW, Day 8
Today was a perfect closing to our week of fashion madness. We saw shows from Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, Brood, and Gerlan, and snapped permanent front row resident Ryan Lochte and street style stars Anna Dello Russo, Garance Doré, and Leaf Greener. As for NYFW ending, we have mixed feelings, but BryanBoy knows how to sartorially celebrate its close. He dressed as a disco ball to mark the last day. Just click through to see the evidence.
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Brood Fall 2012: Rising Star, Solidified
Since his first collection in Spring 2011, Brood's Serkan Sarier has been steadily rising the ranks to become one of fashion's most promising stars. And his Fall 2012 collection has only solidified the designer as a major player (or player-to-be) in the industry. The show's "moving presentation" with mini-fashion shows staged every 15-20 minutes, was set at the Lori Bookstein Fine Art gallery--fitting because the collection certainly owed a lot, in terms of aesthetic, to fine art. Particularly, the prints, which were reminiscent of abstract painting (and the galleries conceptual runway design) as were oh-so-pretty.
Fashionista Five: New York Labels to Watch This Week
It's that time again. New York fashion week is upon us and we're preparing for whirlwind eight days of shows, presentations, parties, reviews and more that we can't wait to share with you guys. While there are always those amazing established designers that we look forward to seeing every season, we are also always on the lookout for those up-and-comers that we know we're going to be seeing big things from. Click through for five you should know about now, before they become the next Prabal or Alex Wang.