Tuesday, March 5, 2019

The Barbara Tfank Fall Winter 2019 Collection

By Marie-Cecile De Jager

Marianna poses in a cream brocade high low bridal gown with Monvieve veil, from the Barbara Tfank Fall Winter 2019 collection on
February 13, 2019 at The Elizabeth Collective during New York Fashion Week.
Photo: Shawn Punch Photography


On February 13th 2019 established fashion designer Barbara Tfank presented her Barbara Tfank Fall Winter 2019 collection at The Elizabeth Collective on West 56th street,  Manhattan. The Elizabeth Collective, a former residence of legendary actress and style icon Elizabeth Taylor,  exudes an atmosphere of nostalgia and romance. The perfect décor for showcasing Barbara Tfank latest collection and also her debut in bridal wear.

Barbara Tfank’s designs are in favor by many. Former First Lady Michelle Obama, actress Uma Thurman and singer Adele; all were seen wearing her flawless creations.The invited guests were understandably eagerly awaiting Tfank’s latest designs. Lovely models gracefully descended the winding staircase wearing elegant outfits in blue, cream, silver, bronze and olive green color tones. Brocade, satin, tulle, voile, flower patterns; it was all subtile and distinguished. And the guests were in admiration.

In between the presentations Soprano Sydney Anderson performances contributed to the serene scenery. Highlight of the collection were gorgeous bridal gowns worn along with exquisite, handmade Monvieve Veils. A fairy-like finale! 

Marianna poses in a cream brocade high low bridal gown with Monvieve veil, from
the Barbara Tfank Fall Winter 2019 collection on February 13, 2019 at The Elizabeth
Collective during New York Fashion Week.
Photo: Marie-Cecil De Jager/Shawn Punch Photography
Soprano singer Sydney Anderson poses in an outfit from the Barbara Tfank
Fall Winter 2019 collection on February 13, 2019 at The Elizabeth Collective
during New York Fashion Week.
Photo: Shawn Punch Photography

































TK poses in a black satin slim dress with diamonte tulle sleeve, from the Barbara Tfank
 Fall Winter 2019 collection on February 13, 2019 at The Elizabeth Collective
during New York Fashion Week.
Photo: Marie-Cecile De Jager/Shawn Punch Photography
Left Caroline poses in a gold embossed tulle full skirted gown with bordeaux sash
with Monvieve veil; and Carla poses in a cream gold panel back bridal gown with
Monvieve veil, from the Barbara Tfank Fall Winter 2019 collection on February 13, 2019
 at The Elizabeth Collective during New York Fashion Week.
Photo: Marie-Cecile De Jager/Shawn Punch Photography

Monday, February 18, 2019

The Society Fashion Week New York Fall Winter 2019

By Marie-Cecile De Jager

Model walks runway in an outfit from the House of Stans Spring Summer 2019 collection
 by Subi and Nishant, for The Society Fashion Week Fall Winter 2019 at Union West on
 February 9, 2019; during New York Fashion Week Fall Winter 2019.
Photo: Shawn Punch Photography
Model walks runway in an outfit from the Michael Lombard Fall Winter 2019 collection for
 The Society Fashion Week Fall Winter 2019 at Union West on February 9, 2019; during
 New York Fashion Week Fall Winter 2019.
Photo: Marie-Cecile De Jager/Shawn Punch Photography



































On Saturday February 9th at The Society Fashion Week, held during Fashion Week New York Fall Winter 2019, designers Michael Lombard, George + Ginger, House of Stans, ShaLaJá Swimwear, Krissy King and Pissy Pussy showcased their latest collections. Models were rocking the runway at a cool industrial looking venue at Union West, in Manhattan. 

Michael Lombard was kicking of the show and presented an amazing and unique collection. The audience was thrilled. Leather outfits in colors as green, black and silver embellished with spikes and zippers. Cool masks and unique headwear completed his futuristic looking and sexy outfits.

House of Stans presented lovely dresses and one piece outfits. Designs in soft color tones and with beautiful embroidery elements. An elegant collection.

Krissy King collection was cheerful. Young models walked the runway wearing cute gowns and designs with flowers, dots and stripes.

ShaLaJá Swimwear showcased a very nice swimwear collection. Exclusive designs that will turn heads. A black & white bathing suit was one of the eye catchers. Get ready, summer is coming!

Model walks runway in an outfit from the George + Ginger Fall Winter 2019 collection
 for The Society Fashion Week Fall Winter 2019 at Union West on February 9, 2019;
 during New York Fashion Week Fall Winter 2019.
Photo: Shawn Punch Photography
Model walks runway in a swimsuit from the ShaLajá collection by Shaquoya Jackson, for
 The Society Fashion Week Fall Winter 2019 at Union West on February 9, 2019; during
New York Fashion Week Fall Winter 2019.
Photo: Marie-Cecile De Jager/Shawn Punch Photography































Fashion designer Michael Lombard poses with models after his, Michael Lombard Fall Winter 2019
 collection for The Society Fashion Week Fall Winter 2019 at Union West on February 9, 2019;
 during New York Fashion Week Fall Winter 2019.
Photo: Marie-Cecile De Jager/Shawn Punch Photography

Thursday, February 7, 2019

New York Mens Day Fall Winter 2019

By Marie-Cecile De Jager




Model poses in an outfit from the David Hart Autumn Winter 2019-2020 collection,
 on February 4, 2019; at 55 Water Street for New York Men's Day Fall Winter 2019,
 during New York Fashion Week: Men's Fall Winter 2019.
Photo: Marie-Cecile De Jager/Shawn Punch Photography



On Monday February 4th 2019 there was certainly something going on at the studios located on 55 Water street, Financial District Manhattan. Designers, models, press, buyers, influencers and tons of fashion lovers gathered together for New York Men’s Day (NYMD) which kicked off New York Fashion Week: Men’s Fall Winter 2019.

At the morning session designers brands Vasilis Loizides, Krammer& Stoudt, Sundae School, Descendant of Thieves and David Hart showcased their Fall Winter 2019 collections. 

David Hart presented his collection of five wardrobe essentials ‘every man should own’. Distinguished outfits. Eye catcher was the timeless full length beige coat. 

Krammer & Stoudt designer Michael Rubin with his partner Courtenay Nearburg, showcased a cool collection that was inspired by the Southern Californian subcultures in the late sixties, early seventies. Models were at ease while posing in over sized suits, faux fur coats, hats and boots. Eccentric, vintage style menswear. 

New York based menswear brand Descendant of Thieves presented it’s unique collection inspired by the theme ‘ Love Thy Neighbor, But Dress Like Yourself! The models, they were lined up in great formation, were wearing stand apart jackets, vests and suits with surprising details in warm colors. Classic, exclusive menswear. Bravo to the talented designers Matteo Maniatty & Dres Ladro!


Models pose in outfits from the Descendant of Thieves Fall Winter 2019 collection by
 Matteo Maniatty, on February 4, 2019; at 55 Water Street for New York Men's
 Day Fall Winter 2019, during New York Fashion Week: Men's Fall Winter 2019.
Photo: Shawn Punch Photography
Model poses in an outfit from the Krammer & Stoudt Fall Winter 2019 collection, on
February 4, 2019; at 55 Water Street for New York Men's Day Fall Winter 2019,
 during New York Fashion Week: Men's Fall Winter 2019.
Photo: Marie-Cecile De Jager/Shawn Punch Photography


Model poses in an outfit from the Sundae School Fall Winter 2019 collection by
 Dae Lim and Mia Park, on February 4, 2019; at 55 Water Street for New York
 Men's Day Fall Winter 2019, during New York Fashion Week: Men's Fall Winter 2019.
Photo: Shawn Punch Photography

Add captioModel poses in an outfit from the Cockpit USA Fall Winter 2019 collection
 on February 4, 2019; at 55 Water Street for New York Men's Day Fall Winter 2019,
 during New York Fashion Week: Men's Fall Winter 2019.
Photo: Marie-Cecile De Jager/Shawn Punch Photography