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Global Fashion Collective I Spring 2019: New York Fashion Week

NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 08: A model walks the runway for Kim Tiziana Rottmuller at the Global Fashion Collective 1 Show during New York Fashion Week at Pier 59 on September 8, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by Arun Nevader/Getty Images for Global Fashion Collective )

Global Fashion Collective I NYFW FW19

Represented by EB Consults Worldwide.

A group show with a real mix of design aesthetics, GFC I designers brought their vibrant and eccentric collections to the runway by taking exaggerated shapes and unique fabrics to the next level.

 
Global Fashion Collective I: NYFW FW19

Global Fashion Collective 1 Presents Profanity By LillzKillz At New York Fashion Week SS19
Global Fashion Collective 1 Presents Profanity By LillzKillz At New York Fashion Week SS19
Global Fashion Collective 1 Presents Profanity By LillzKillz At New York Fashion Week SS19
Global Fashion Collective 1 Presents Profanity By LillzKillz At New York Fashion Week SS19
Global Fashion Collective 1 Presents Profanity By LillzKillz At New York Fashion Week SS19
Global Fashion Collective 1 Presents NOT DEAD YET At New York Fashion Week SS19
Global Fashion Collective 1 Presents NOT DEAD YET At New York Fashion Week SS19
Global Fashion Collective 1 Presents NOT DEAD YET At New York Fashion Week SS19
Global Fashion Collective 1 Presents NOT DEAD YET At New York Fashion Week SS19
Global Fashion Collective 1 Presents Kim Tiziana Rottmuller At New York Fashion Week SS19
Global Fashion Collective 1 Presents Kim Tiziana Rottmuller At New York Fashion Week SS19
Global Fashion Collective 1 Presents Kim Tiziana Rottmuller At New York Fashion Week SS19
Global Fashion Collective 1 Presents Kim Tiziana Rottmuller At New York Fashion Week SS19
Global Fashion Collective 1 Presents Nozomi Kuwahara At New York Fashion Week SS19
Global Fashion Collective 1 Presents Nozomi Kuwahara At New York Fashion Week SS19
Global Fashion Collective 1 Presents Nozomi Kuwahara At New York Fashion Week SS19
Global Fashion Collective 1 Presents Nozomi Kuwahara At New York Fashion Week SS19

Profanity By LillzKillz

Profanity By LillzKillz

Profanity By LillzKillz

Profanity By LillzKillz

Profanity By LillzKillz

NOT DEAD YET

NOT DEAD YET

NOT DEAD YET

NOT DEAD YET

Kim Tiziana Rottmuller

Kim Tiziana Rottmuller

Kim Tiziana Rottmuller

Kim Tiziana Rottmuller

Nozomi Kuwahara

Nozomi Kuwahara

Nozomi Kuwahara

Nozomi Kuwahara

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Profanity By LillzKillz showcased a playful unisex collection ‘Eat my shorts’, with transparent vinyl pockets filled with toy cars, platform sneakers, video game prints, and bold bright colourways in vibrant yellow, tangerine orange, royal blue, and neon green. Old car parts including seatbelts, and seat leather are refurbished in garments nodding to the inspiration of a middle class family and their beat up car. A key look for this Canadian designer featured a teal and tan brown leather patched two piece with contrast white straps, topped off with a car seat headrest.

Plain black with contrast red and yellow plaid featured next for Canadian designer Adam Lin-Bungag, winner of the 2018 Nancy Mak Award. The NOT DEAD YET signature grunge aesthetic was expressed through oversized sleeves, raw edges, Dr Martens, hanging chains, and studs. Drawn letters spell out SHAME on the side of sneakers, and printed words on graphic tees hint at the theme ‘Eulogy’- the understanding that in order to move forward we must acknowledge, understand, and learn from our past. Highlights included a transparent PVC layer overcoat lined with over a red plaid jacket, and white crinkled pants with red plaid strips tied around leg.

Rainbow shaved ice, tropical fruits, and flowers have inspired the ‘VaCaTioN in Hawaii’ collection by Japanese designer Nozomi Kuwahara for the SS19 season. Nozomi uses vivid colours, soft textured fabrics such as cotton Seersucker, and even SPF50+ fabrics to experiment with the summer theme. Models walked in twos in matching combos; a lemon lime green short-sleeved button-up shirt dress was complemented with a bandeau/maxi skirt look with ribbon fastenings. Holiday destination name ‘Waikiki’ is embroidered on a motif of sunbathers on select pieces, and plastic accessories derived from beach toys and swimming goggles complete the looks.

German designer Kim Tiziana Rottmüller leads us through a spiritual story for collection ‘Oblivion’, taking inspiration from a seductive witch, a symbol for our transcendental self and inner magical power. Lilac, the colour for spirituality brings light into the collection whereas black is used to submit the unknown, mysterious darkness. Experiments with volume are revealed through oversized hoods and layers of ruffles. A stand out look – a candy pink oversized woolen jumper embellished with mysterious tarot cards that weave in and out of the knit.

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