Another season means another successful New York Fashion Week done! This time we presented our upcoming collection with a runway show set in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood at The Caldwell Factory, a landmark building that has served as both a taxi garage and the studio of photographer Annie Leibovitz. Its Theater served as the perfect blank canvas for the collection with its raw, industrial yet elegant feel.
The Autumn/Winter 2020 collection designed for the modern individual plays on the balance of minimalism and maximalism. On one side, we see the return to sophisticated tailoring, pared-back silhouettes, and muted tones while on the other, we find clashing prints, mixed textures, and bold hues. The feeling of an empowerment was felt on the runway, as the models, who sported minimal makeup and effortless swept-back hair, walked with purpose.
When speaking to The Daily Front Row about this collection (read more here), our Creative Director shared some major FC trends to look out for this fall - "supple leather, architectural silhouettes, and Seventies-era French inspired bourgeois chic. For menswear, it's mix-and-match styling, Alpine-mountaineering influences with technical cuts, modern art inspired prints, and streetwear puffers and hoodies."
Scroll down to take a peek at some standout looks from the show!