Tag Archives: new york

Find of the Week: Feral Childe

Feral Childe is a bi-coastal design collaboration that consists of Moriah Carlson, based in Brooklyn, New York, and Alice Wu based in Oakland, California.  The designers both hail from a fine arts background and produce a smart, wearable women’s wear collection, from sustainable materials, proudly manufactured in New York’s garment district.  (Sass Brown) Visit EcoFashionTalk [...]

Find of the Week: Amanda Henderson

Amanda Henderson is an independent knitwear designer, working with hand knits, based in Queens, New York.  She is working towards her dream of making her craft into a business, one that sustains her, respects the craft itself, as well as the people and the planet it touches along the way, all in a way that [...]

Find of the Week: Kotoba

Kotoba the Japanese word for language, is also the name of a brand new collection in its very first season, designed by recent Fashion Institute of Technology, fashion design graduates, Melinda Danko and Lindsay Mann.  The collection features timeless, simple and versatile pieces, with unexpected structural details and textures, in the form of lacy stitches [...]

NYFW Spotlight: Geoffrey Mac

Geoffrey Mac S/S 2013 Collection at the Christopher Henry Gallery on September 11th, 2012. For more information, visit Geoffrey Mac’s site.

An Interview with Photographer Michael Morrison (New York City)

Tell us a little about yourself. My photographs have been commissioned and featured in publications around the world, with clients and multiple exhibitions in both in the US and Canada. I received a Masters of Professional Studies in Digital Photography from the School of Visual Arts in New York City, as well as a Bachelor [...]

Designer Profile — Sheila Frank (New York)

Tell us a little about you and how you became a designer. As a child I was always drawing and creating.  I would tape together toilet paper on my barbie dolls, to fashion a dress. I would illustrate ball gowns, not realizing they were inspired by the 18th century. I would assume this would have [...]

Spotted in Union Square

Photographer Seth Smoot (New York)

Seth Smoot is a master of style & versatility, capturing everything from interiors, portraits, still life, food, kids and combinations of all of these.  Incorporating subtle props and unexpected twists, his images convey a sense of fun and whimsy, and ultimately, a smart, compelling story.  Clients include: BBDO, Harrah’s, NYC & Co., Interpol, Oasis, Mates [...]

Designer Profile — Wendi Reed (New York)

Wendi Reed is the cool kid on the street—nouveau prep meets hipster for a look that feels just right in 2010. And while the label certainly isn’t afraid to channel the “old collegiate sweater” it’s also not afraid of luxurious fabrics and hand-sewn details. It’s sort of like comfort food for the fashion insider. And [...]

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