coffee, with that.
New York Fashion Week, The Shows activated The Shop it along with F.Y.I @ Made New York showcases among other culture two artists – installation driven Bradley Theodore has created a black wall with his colorful figures outlined and filled in. With art disciplines on deck there is also the accent of The Smile Café a New York outfit providing café treats and smile, coffee.
Working with E!, Michael. And,”latte artist to the stars” Michael Breach, makes an appearance create latte art out of milk and espresso for create art out of coffee and milk. There’s the iconic, pony-tailed Karl Lagerfield who he’s broadcasting with, a cameo of Tim Gunn and Olympic medalist. Keep a watch on his Insta feed here.
wooden platters are in
How would you like your coffee? How about on a wooden platter? The Row, the America luxury fashion house by Ashley Olsen and Mary Kate showed its SS17 collection but not before guests were treated to branded monochromatic coffee cups on a wooden platter. Accoutrements like milk were on the side, also on a wooden platter. The Olsen designers were also seen drinking their own branded liquid. The presentation was full of ruffles, pleats and lots of white beige and black and more black. That’s also an option for coffee too. Rolling with it.
Taking it’s own slogan to heart ‘Dare Greatly,’ Cadillac House is covering crucial tenets of culture with a special kickoff during NYFW that includes fashion, film and coffee. The coffee is from local roaster Joe Coffee. The two former categories mentioned are part of the SoHo location’s experience driven exhibition. Showing “Richard Avedon: Moving Image”, the artwork centers on Avedon’s work for major fashion houses such as Chanel, ads with Calvin Klein and interviews and ads with famed personalities like Shari Belafaonte and Lauren Hutton spanning three decades of work
on the street
It’s where style is and from where fashion can be born. There’s a long standing section of the New York Times, the city where Fashion Month kicks off biannually dedicated to the street. So, Rachel Comey’s take to the pavement of Soho outside of the Crosby Street Hotel was culturally exciting. She featured models doing everyday lifestyle things, with destinations, events and purpose while outfitted in her collection. And yes, those destination could also include the café of the Crosby Hotel which serves coffee. Touché.
In a house along Washington Square, Adam Lippes presentation included top knots, loose flowing wares with style accoutrements of high heeled shoes, bows at the necks, and party dresses were apt for a season in bloom. He shared on his Instagram inspiration for his collection which included the Milanese artisan Costanza Paravicini and an array of plates, the plates that go with coffee or tea. Yes and more yes!
its a wrap
Let there be light and big windows. Italians remind the culture how coffee can be done. At Café Altro Paradiso you can have a coffee and a grappa they say and one might have as ‘Lela Rose showed her collection here where wraps and full bodied skirts reigned. We’ll clap to that since, have a coffee and dressing well to go along with is more than a runway its ready- to-life.
Thanks New York Fashion Week for such diverse coffee and fashion culture so far.