Black Designers Transform NYFW With Unforgettable Collections
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Black Designers Transform NYFW With Unforgettable Collections

A wise woman once said, “Every year, the women of New York leave the past behind and look forward to the future. This is known as Fashion Week…” This season, New York Fashion Week took on a different shape as it transitioned to its new Chelsea campus in the towering Starett Lehigh Building.

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More importantly, a number of Black designers like House of Aama and Sergio Hudson took center stage, unveiling their fall/winter collections to a global audience. These talented individuals showcased a range of innovative and inspiring designs, celebrating Black culture and creativity. From bold prints and vibrant colors to intricate details and thoughtful silhouettes, their pieces reflected a unique blend of artistry and empowerment.

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Silver & Riley Lola Banjo


Emerging designers also made their mark on and off the runways, showcasing their fresh perspectives and innovative ideas. With a focus on sustainability and ethical fashion, these designers offered a glimpse into the future of Black design. From mommy-daughter duo Maui x Lolita challenging the concept of the modern woman to the bevy of Black designers on display at the Black in Fashion Council showrooms, it was a joy to see us taking up space.

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Twins and designer duo BruceGlen


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