SAKU New York debuts at New York Fashion Week to standing room only crowd

Courtesy: SAKU New York

In Like A Lion

In a fashion week seemingly dominated by international talent, New York designer Lissa Koo and her brand SAKU New York sought to bring New York back to the spotlight, and they did just that.

SAKU New York utilized very stark colors in the collection, focusing on the two extremes, black and white, creating an interplay of contrast in each piece.

The models were likewise perfectly chosen and styled, with pigtails creating a cohesion to every piece.

Following the showcase, SAKU New York’s chief designer Lissa Koo took the stage to a monstrous standing ovation, and the look on her face said everything that needed to be said about her thoughts on the collection and the showcase.

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