#NYFWss15 Day 2













Gary Graham:

Traditionally, Gary Graham takes inspiration from ancient world tapestries and fabrics, paying little attention to the current trends. For the SS 15 collection, Chinese dragon kites sparked his imagination. The kite construction and how they move in the air inspired the way his pieces would drape and flow. He balanced the lightweight, feminine fabrics with hard-edged tweed and leather jackets. It’s all about movement for this spring collection.

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Wearable art is how I would describe the SS 15 Whit collection. Considering Whitney Pozgay collaborated with four different  artists (Jill Galarneau, Gordon Holden, Amanda Jasnowski, and Mary Matson), I’d say it’s an accurate description. This fun collection offers vibrant  floral prints, laser cut fabrics, and structured silhouettes. One of my favorite pieces is this amazing dress with a trapeze structured and sheer layer over a whimsical daisy printed shift. It’s playful, it’s girlie, it’s refreshing for spring.

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*Photos courtesy of Style.com


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