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Cindy on Style: Names To Know And Buy After New York Fashion Week

The biggest trend of New York Fashion Week Autumn(Fall) Winter 2020 were in shows featuring designers and shows that people want and should become familiar with after the second week of February.

The other biggest trend trend was that the stars of the events were the clothes themselves, not the usual front row A-listers or television reality stars, very few dramatic stagings, with the exception of a few shows like The Blonds. Most show’s audiences were filled with Instagram live feed influencers, perhaps a trend building to have focus on the clothes themselves, and not the audience.

There were some obvious trends in the shows that spelled success for the buyer and wearer. They included earth tones, including variations of one of the Pan-tone colors of the year, saffron.

Another trend was focusing on the clothes, with one standout accessory— perhaps the show or a platform boot.
And a great trend, shows featured haute couture AND affordable options!

Here are some ideas of who to follow and look for:

Son Jung Wan

For Fall/Winter 2020 the Korean designer, Son Jung Wan showed a collection inspired by 1950’s. SJW worked with bold colors and constructed silhouettes to showcase a collection featuring artful plays with volume, texture and seductive color.

This collection was inspired by all the environmental issues going on today global warming, waste disposal, climate change and other elements. I just wanted to create awareness about using eco-friendly fabrics to help prevent climate change.

My go-to piece from this collection would be a Neutral pant/ skirt that can be paired with an array of different colors making it easy to dress up or dress Down.

Frederick Anderson

A unique fashion show held in a gallery on New York’s Upper East Side, this designer is proud to design and make his collection in America. His wearable collection featured lots of black and sand tones together and in pants, dresses and coats.

Credit: Frederick Andersen

"I love women and design clothing to enhance and empower individuality. I believe fashion is your conversation with the world... If so then speak with an individual and authentic voice"

This collection was inspired by all the environmental issues going on today global warming, waste disposal, climate change and other elements. I just wanted to create awareness about using eco-friendly fabrics to help prevent climate change.

My go-to piece from this collection would be a Neutral pant/ skirt that can be paired with an array of different colors making it easy to dress up or dress Down.

Randi Rohm

Credit: Randi Rohm

Couture/Ink showcases Rahm’s unrivaled uptown elegance in the edgy allure of downtown. In an age where inclusivity teeters on trend, Rahm’s vision has always been centered around self expression. “I consider my work part of a fashion evolution, not just in rotating ‘collections’,” Rahm says. From blackwork to beadwork, Couture/Ink celebrates breathtaking intricacy and individuality. Featuring an interactive presentation of tattoo design from artist Ant Iannuci, size and age inclusive models, and talent from the New York nightlife scene, Randi Rahm continues to defy beauty norms in this groundbreaking show that promises to redefine couture as we know it.

Rahm is a classically trained conductor and concert pianist with degrees in art history and music, Rahm was destined for success in a creative field. Her design vision combines her love of dance, fine art, and music- a pastiche of influences which helped Rahm innovate throughout her career. Rahm has been dressing Hollywood icons, Broadway leads, elegant brides, and power women and men around the world of all shapes and sizes for over 25 years. As the last remaining American couture house, Randi Rahm is proud to be made in New York.

The takeaway from New York Fashion Week — there is something for everyone and your options are endless!

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Cindy Grosz

Cindy Grosz reports on projects, products and awareness to everything Israel and of international Jewish concern. She represents celebrity spokespeople who speak up for and about Israel. She is also a contributor and Co-host on The Jersey Joe Show 710AM WOR, Sunday nights at 7 EST, or available anytime, anywhere through iHeart Radio.

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