Emotion In Fashion
After two years of pandemic delays, Cesar Galindo returned to New York Fashion Week with Newcomer, couture designer Phuc Tran Collection with exciting full frontal fashion at the new eatery Cucina 81/2 NYC.
These two powerful presentations had energy and amazing moments amidst the wild, glitzy chaos.
Special guests at front row include Brian Mcnight, Constance White, Vogue Magazine and paparazzi clicking away.
Phuc Tran debuted his first-ever runway show, Fitted feminine silhouettes, dresses in silk, asymmetrical knits, and fitted structured jackets and bottoms.
Phuc Tran showcased an array of couture bombastic selections that were crowd pleasers.
Show-goers whooped and cheered as they watched their friends slink down the catwalk (Richie Shazam was among the show’s hyper-cool cast).
People reacted to the runway in real-time, a testament to Lopez’s ability to spur emotion with fashion.
The affair wasn’t just about clothing, it also captured the spirit of New York fashion, a scene that bridges high and low, art and streetwear, luxury and grittiness.
Cesar Galindo Collection was at its core, a celebration of the designer’s return to the NYFW and a celebration of the Future in Fashion, #Sustainability.
His Collection, Futurism, captured the spirit of New York fashion, paid homage to what’s next, setting the stage for its continued evolution.
Cesar Galindo Collection gave an energetic salute to the city, and also to what makes him such a unique designer.
His collection brings alive music, nightlife, and cool concepts.