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While the main shows remain on the catwalk, the streets of the city transform into runways of their own. New York Fashion Week is when the fashion industry’s most stylish run from event to party to runway show wearing their very best; nothing is too bold or too out-there, and absolutely everything is fair game. When you look around, it’s impossible not to feel the shift in everyone’s attire. The season’s hottest trends are on full display—and some new ones are predicted, too.

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NYFW FW24 STREET STYLE

American designer, Pamella Roland’s wanderlust and love of travel often influences her eponymous brand, with last season’s collection being a nod to Morocco. This year she draws her inspiration from a recent trip to Belgium. Paying tribute to the country’s history as the crossroads of Europe, Roland delivered a collection that fuses the continent’s historical elegance and channels Belgium’s beauty through each gown.

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PAMELLA ROLAND FW24

Tanner Fletcher’s NYFW showcase, titled “Beauty Pageant,” brought a fresh twist to the runway, celebrating diversity and inclusivity. In collaboration with the Miss Universe Organization, the brand elevated the Fashion Week experience.

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TANNER FLETCHER SS24

Behind the scene’s of Rio Uribe’s return to NYFW with his sustainable brand, Gypsy Sport. From working in the stock room of Balenciaga, to celebrating 10 years as a brand, Rio Uribe has created a brand like no other. Their mission is to bring under represented voices into the fashion conversation.

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GYPSY SPORT’S RETURN TO NYFW

The talented Ecuadorian artist Pia Vásquez, recognized for her innovative approach to urban pop music and recently named by Latin Billboard as an “On the Radar” artist, is thrilling her fans a once again with the release of his latest single titled “Tóxico” which was released February 15, 2024 and is now available on all streaming platforms.

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PIA VASQUEZ | “TOXICO” SINGLE

Franck Mille, CEO & Creative Director of Bovtiqve Fashion Week (BVFW) and Atlanta native is a veteran in the fashion industry who brings a wealth of experience and a unique creative vision to the runway. BVFW took center stage at Energi / Union Square for it’s second New York debut unveiling a lineup of new and emerging designers as well as a diverse array of models. With him this year was a hidden gem, Alessia Aucoin, a Parsons School of Design graduate and designer of CYCL_D Clothing.

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BVFW x CYCL-D BY ALESSIA AUCOIN

I had the opportunity and pleasure of working for Fashion Designers of Latin America, (FDLA) founded by executive producer Albania Rosario this season as part of their in house content creation team. I was able to capture images from fitting day to the backstage hustle and bustle of show day. To be surrounded by such an amazing team of creatives and strong women was truly an honor and an experience to remember.

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FDLA / Feb 24