Fashion month is a time for old designers to reveal new looks, as well as give new, emerging designers the opportunity to showcase their talent and designs. Here are five fresh designers to keep an eye out for when shopping this fall.
This Korean born designer worked at J. Crew for 11 years before launching a line of her own. Webb’s grew up as a tomboy, and this sense is reflected in her masculine styles with a feminine flair. She uses an abundance of black and white pieces that are layered to create depth. Where color and texture are infused into the line, Webb chose reds, lavenders, tweed and leather.
You may know Adam Lippes from his old line ADAM, but after a yearlong break from the industry, the designer is back with a new line of sportswear. His sweaters and coats really stand out, as they are nicely tailored but not too formal. Lippes calls his label “sporty dressed up.” These wearable pieces look great individually or paired together.
Although it’s been prevalent since the 70’s in Europe, this Spanish label just debuted in the States and brings beautiful pieces to the runway. The color palate is rich, with wonderful combinations of earthy tones and brights. The coats, pants and dresses are beautifully tailored and highlight the wearer’s femininity.
Noah Bellavance and Ava Hama are two recent Parsons graduates that have teamed up to create the fall collection of Bellavance. The pieces in this line are wearable, and the materials used create a sophisticated, classy appearance.
This new Canadian designer’s line features edgy dresses, outerwear and sweatshirts. Kaelen Haworth’s color palate is mostly black, white and grey, although hints of lavender and crimson are seen throughout.
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