THE COLLABORATIONS OF NEW YORK FASHION WEEK SRPING/SUMMER 2021
SEPTEMBER 30, 2020
COURTESY of BRANDS
by KRISTOPHER FRASER
Coronavirus couldn't keep New York Fashion Week down. While the glamour and glitz of the runway shows wasn't there this season, fashion designers took to the new Runway360 platform for showcasing their spring/summer 2021 collections. Despite Fashion Week being a mostly digital experience and a shortened affair running for only three days instead of five, there was no dearth of collaborations. Collaborations continue to be a sweet spot for fashion brands, and rain, sleet, snow, or global pandemic, they still trudge on. AS IF Magazine has highlighted ten you should keep your eye on that will be rolling out in the next few months.
Bronx and Banco and GBGH
Bronx and Banco has collaborated with GBGH for a collection of handmade jewelry pieces that will launch on Bronx and Banco's website this month. The pieces, like the collection, are inspired by island memories.
David Hart and Peter Halley
David Hart's seasonless collection was inspired by a series of digital dialogues between himself and Neo-Conceptualist artist Peter Halley. Rather than a presentation with models, David Hart took a truly artist approach to presenting his collection.