The Adrenaline Dress by Becca McCharen reacts to the wearer’s emotional state, when triggered it expands to an over-sized imposing silhouette.
Mario Massimo Palmisano was born in Enna, central Sicily, Italy, in 1971.
Just so you know, I’m so not dissing on my blog, but with fashion week (sorry, fashion month) I find very little time to sleep. So, here… Read more “Designers to Watch: N3M – A Gender-less Footwear Brand”
I must admit I’ve been a bit distracted, with fashion week and launching The Fashion Plate, and so I am not as attentive to nichellecole.com as I would like.… Read more “Designers to Watch: David Naman”
The big news last evening at #NYFW wasn’t from Kanye West, who announced he will be showing a new collection at fashion week today, but that Mansur Gavriel — best… Read more “Designers to Watch: Mansur Gavriel Shoe Line!”
Self-described maximalist, JÉRÔME, uses extreme embellishments on classic silhouttes to distinguish himself from the fold. His is one of the new designer fashion week shows, I’m looking forward to seeing,… Read more “Designers to Watch: 531 JÉRÔME”
I haven’t been skating in years. But now, I sort of want to! These Melissa Joy Skates are limited edition available in São Paulo, New York and London.… Read more “Designers to Watch: Melissa Joy Skates”
While many high fashion designers are starting to close stores in China as the fashion market neutralizes, Frankie Morello intensifies its presence opening a new store in Shanghai
Designer Gabriella Sardena from Manchester School of Art is a recipient of the MA Scholarship fund from the British Fashion Council. The prestigious award was given to only… Read more “Designers to Watch: Gabriella Sardena”
Corianna and Brianna, also known as Coco and Breezy, are the founders of an avant garde sunglass brand.
I have not always been a fan of neoprene fabrics. The whale-like texture of the fabric lacked a sene of refinement. But I understood why architectural designers flocked… Read more “Designers to Watch: L72 | Nominee for Vogue’s Who is On Next award”
I obsess over leather apparel company, YVY. The line is inspired by Morocco in the early seventies.
French designer Jean-Claude Jitrois‘ innovative textile and designs might make him the new Hervé Leger
Italian designers Tomaso Anfossi and Francesco Ferrari had a vision when they met years ago at Dsquared2
I love finding new fashion in Milan.