New York Fashion Week not only lets us see the new collections and trends in this fascinating fashion world. But it was also the perfect setting to meet new designers in charge, like the best known, to delight us with their talent and style. We are sure that we will continue to hear from them and their impeccable work. And that they will continue to seek to revolutionize this field of clothing.
7 new fashion designers from New York
He began his work in 2020, at the beginning of the pandemic, creating his luxury fashion brand in Brooklyn, NY. His first collection was motivated by the unemployment situation he was going through. And thanks to that, he designed his entire first collection in his bedroom.
Being a native of Washington DC, he takes his inspiration from the vintage look of youth fashion that reigns in his hometown. In combination with current trends and others about luxury fashion and giving visibility to the black culture of the US. As well as making their garments accessible to this particular audience today.
Another brand that also saw the light in 2020 was the one from Jack Miner and Lily Miesmer under the name of Interior.
Making its debut at the last fashion week in New York. Its collection is cataloged as extravagant, absurd, and dark.
Interior combines the sporty style with garments corresponding to this line, evening pieces, and wardrobe basics such as shirts. When combined with special clothes, it will give a new twist to the look with great style.
With a rich cultural influence, inspired by Indian, Brazilian, Indonesian, Vietnamese, Peruvian, and Mexican designs, Abacaxi comes from New York-based South Asian-American designer Sheena Sood.
With a collection inspired by nature, lifestyle, and vibrant colors, this brand uses indigenous textiles and natural fibers such as khadi cotton, linen, silk, and alpaca in its preparation. In addition, it uses recycled sari material, reused t-shirts, and waste fabric. So we find ourselves in front of an ecological brand that we definitely have to keep a close eye on from now on.
This brand, whose name in Italian means sexless/genderless.
It is based in Los Angeles and seeks, above all, empowerment through the inclusion of all people equally.
Regardless of race, color, shape, etc., causing a sensation in its debut at fashion week in the big apple.
With a feminine and avant-garde style comes the designer Sintra Martin.
She is already known in the world of fashion and entertainment since she has worked making some designs for Willow Smith and Olivia Rodrigo.
Projecting herself as a promise of fashion after having shown her designs this past fashion week in New York.
Despite not being newbies in this field, since they have had clients such as Beyoncé, Nicki Minaj, Trey Songz, Diddy, and the twins Bruce and Glen Proctor, they make their official debut with their brand BruceGlen, at fashion week.
This brand is characterized by designing and making unisex garments in striking, vibrant, and bright colors and prints.
Its fall/winter 2022 collection called “Look Mom…” inspired by the 70s. And where glitter, crystals, metal ornaments, and metallic skins are in the best disco style.
Jin Kay, Dylan Cao, and Huy Luong are in charge of bringing the Commission to life since 2018 when they started their work. However, it was not until this year, 2022, when they finally make their debut on the New York catwalks.
Their collection leaned towards a trend inspired by the Wild West and North American fashion. Observing garments and fabrics such as jeans, western belt buckles, wide sweaters, pleated skirts, and t-shirts with star patches. Making clear the cultural mix that governs its creators and designers of Asian origin. But with infallible American roots that we will continue to see in their future designs.
These new proposals in the fashion world will likely be decisive in the future of design and clothing. Since everything new and fresh is always well received by a changing public, eager for good news in this field of high fashion sewing.