Love ❤️ Ethnicity
There’s a whole lot of excitement in the heart of Broadway just off of Times Square on this first day of New York Fashion Week today, but it’s not for the return of theater shows which has been ongoing and an uphill battle no less, it’s for the diversity, colors, and beautiful fabrics that parade this edition of NYFW over at the Edison Ballroom, hiTechMODA collaborating with Fashion Mingle held an all weekend event of diverse designers celebrating home countries such as India and Puerto Rico titled REVERSION, with the most beautiful pieces that bring out the strength and beauty of their homelands.
Designers such as Kitri Rathore who’s passion and hard work in facets of designing and innovative technique, gave it her all here at NYFW with a celebration of customs, beliefs, symbols, and colors in not only womenswear, but boldly in menswear that put a stamp on the beauty of Indian culture.
Norma Nazario is a Puerto Rican, Haute Couture Designer showcasing her collection Gema Turquesa features varied elegant dresses made with different cuts and styles, using light fabric that gives a touch of elegance to the design and incorporates vibrant colors, such as turquoise, which provides security to the naked eye, inspiration stems from turquoise, the precious gem meaning luck, strength and creativity and allows you to see.
hiTechMODA also featured stunning collections by STL: Steal The Look with blazers in solid and pastel colors for every occasion where dress and tights are required with pop of color needed in those said staples, Young Gods giving the children in your life a jumpstart on high fashion in high places, and the Praghant Goyal Couture collection with its sophisticated and daring pieces of cute knit crop tops and couture dress, they’re meticulously hand-crafted with beaded accents and exhibited in various shades of colors in sky blue, soft lilac, canary yellow, and scarlet.
hiTechMODA is a unique platform combining traditional fashion shows with the latest innovative fashion-centric high tech and the new “thinking” of fashion, and no better way for the world to come together for New York Fashion Week not only for fashion that’s trendy, not only also to make a statement, but to bring friends, family, and new people we meet from all parts of the globe to give this part of Broadway at the Edison Ballroom here in New York’s Time Square a real possibility for the fabrics on our back to bring a little more peace and joy to their country and our country, one garment at a time.