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The designer used Vincent van Gogh's landscape paintings as a jump off point in a tightly edited collection.
Amaka Osakwe offered a collection of pieces made with the heart of her homeland of Nigeria.
An Avid surfer, Azrouël interpreted the beach to build an effortless collection with subtle details.
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Raffaella Hanley's spring outing was inspired by wading into water.
The designer showed a re-branded contemporary collection that maintains his signature feminine ethos.
Vasilis Loizides showed a gender-fluid collection influenced by his homeland of Cyprus.
Angel Chen played with ideas of protection and color for her first New York outing.
Yes, LaQuan Smith brought the sexy for his spring collection, but he also revealed a more sensual and playful…
The Blonds created looks inspired by Disney villains — Cruella de Vil, Maleficent, the Evil Queen, the Queen…
Andy Hilfiger and Greg Polisseni showed a collection they dubbed "active fashion."
KH signatures like bold color, hand-done texture and multicultural references were abundant.
The collection is rooted in the earthy tones of the desert and paintings of Georgia O'Keeffe.
Back on the resort calendar, the collection is about clean and seasonless dressing.
The designer shifted her fall theme of "womanhood" into "motherhood and domesticity" for resort.
Khan showed an exuberant sophisticated collection meant for a global customer.
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