ASC Fashion Week F/W 2019
ASC Fashion Week once again dazzled this fall-winter season in February with an array of talented designers who presented their masterpieces with a notion of beauty that knows no seasons or boundaries from all across the globe during the much awaited New York Fashion Week.
The designers mesmerized with collections where clean lines and flawless cuts were the roots of rigorous tailoring, elegant cashmere coats taking us to old age glamour, structured jackets for the strong and confident, sportswear for the women of today, and splendidly jeweled gowns fit for princesses.
ASC Fashion Week F/W 2019
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Photos: Kamra Images
An evening meticulously organized simply for all the fashionistas. BELBAK showcased their capsule collection, contemporary knitwear with intricate patterns and innovative treatment of yarns.
Caren k By Kiran Khan
The collection designed by CAREN K is a true luxury, everything from the fabrics used to the intricate details of each handcrafted piece structured in various hemlines, from strapless to the long sleeve to draped shoulder silhouettes. Each dress, whether its fabric is satin, chiffon or velvet, had its own style and grace.
Amr El Banna
The aura of elegance was felt in the collection of the Egyptian designer where lace and net adorned the gowns, also dresses had a gradient fringe effect to create a melange between elegance and femininity and luminous floral pattern in black silk tunic was the vibe of the youth.
Black dresses with handwoven white and black stripes in the upcoming Californian designer presented by XAHLIA who used advanced techniques where geometric patterns were showcased providing an edge in the construction of dresses.
A Boston based designer FYO offered day to day easy streetwear with an urban code of design allowing innovation to bring realism in every day. The models rocked the runway with sporty and casual ease and trending the luminous colors.
The creative and eclectic designs of LUIGI feature modern patterns with a fusion of finest fur and leather, a blend of ordinary and fabulous.
An aesthetically pleasing and ubiquitous collection of SOLH was presented by the Ukrainian designer using fashion fabrics pushing creative boundaries inspired by the richness found in their home country.
The color red was on display from dresses to the unique concept of red lines painted on the faces of the models, MARY GULISHAN used linear silhouettes where luxury and comfort was in play.
An array of traditional and feminine designs were the core of the Indonesian designer SEKAR with fluid fabrics and utterly delectable prints inspired by the richness of their culture.