Francisco Lachowski was one of the models in the Asaf Ganot Fall Winter 2014 New York Fashion Week presentation.
MICHAEL BASTIAN is an American menswear designer based in New York City. He was born in Lyons, New York, a small upstate town near Lake Ontario.
Midway through New York Fashion Week, it’s clear the streets are divided into two equally chic camps: those who gamely suit up to do battle with all that the polar vortex has thrown our way.
Crafted to perfection, creating classically designed menswear with an uncompromising commitment to quality and innovation. See more of Francisco Lachowski at Fashion Week 2014
This is a really cool video put out by The Fashionisto. I have watched it many times and I always see something different. The music is great and the scene changes so quickly from hot looking model to hot looking model you have to watch it over and over. Some video stills are below the video so that you can look for your favorite model (hint) Francisco shows up late in the video.
Justin Wu’s films often attempt to show a lighter side of fashion industry and range from music videos, tv commercials, gallery art installations, to his iconic lip-dub fashion week summaries.
United Visual Artists created a light installation for Y-3’s Fall 2010 show as part of New York Fashion Week. A white monolith of light created a void out of which the models emerged.
Here is a look at the fall/winter 2010 collection from Generra, which is the line that Swaim Hutson, formerly of Obedient Sons,has teamed up with.
Lacoste is a lifestyle brand, born of the inventiveness of a tennis champion, René Lacoste, who created the first polo shirt ever, initially for himself and for his friends, to be both relaxed and elegant on and off the tennis courts.
The conquest of Mount Everest in the 1920s was the starting point for Marcus Wainwright and David Neville’s Fall/Winter 2010 rag & bone collection.