Where Inspiration Lies
Art Hearts Fashion made its comeback to New York Fashion Week this weekend and Sunday night after a COVID19 break to Ziegfeld Ballroom off Times Square in a no-holds-barred parade of designers both graceful and bold, plus also making a statement in rich high-end collections with color, sparkle, and spontaneous moments.
Upholding high-end collections coming from an inspiring place were Mina Binebine with her traditional mixed with modernity that embraces your uniqueness that’s Moroccan embroidery in what’s called The Patchwork Collection, followed by Alexandria Popescu-York who’s inspiration of a woman includes the modern woman refined, always elegant, effortlessly looking cool.
Fashion has one purpose in its industry, to follow the social norms while staying trendy, but also to break the rules and leave a lasting mark that disrupts the life one can try and build, it’s the House Of Mua Mua whose heavy use of metallics, embolden solid colors, and carefree statements take these doll inspired pieces into a loud orbit everyone needs to open themselves to, there’s also The Black Tape Project where nothing but black tape is worn on female models for the sake of dangerous creation, stressing that black tape if the only skin safe tape you can use on your body.
There’s never a shortage of glam in all 4 corners of the Ziegfeld Ballroom from all designers who catwalk the Art Hearts Fashion, the mood was hot for a Fall/ Winter 2022-2023 destined to keep the aesthetics of Summer going with a new play on hardware, colors, and an optimistic moment found in occasional fashion that’s poised to make a comeback come early 2023 once COVID19 is a thing of the past.