The third show I attended this Fashion Week was Elf Sack for the Nolcha Shows. A vibrant quirky brand in a similar vein as Wild Fox, only less sex and more playful. Hello Kitty meets grandma chic could aptly describe this color-saturated kaleidoscope of a collection. Illustrative patterns, cheeky cartoon characters, grungy plaids, lady-like florals and polkadots are all represented.
Fashion Week here in New York is now over and moved across the pond to London, Paris and Milan as Fashion Month continues. I won’t be headed to Paris next though I wish I was but I will be following my favorite influencers on You Tube as they attend the shows in the city of lights. But here in rainy New York I continue my Fashion Week coverage and today I am sharing with you the Nolcha Shows for Fall 2019.
Once again the Stevenson University collective is showing at the Nolcha Shows. A showcase of eight emerging apparel design students
Seven Crash was the second collection to walk for the Nolcha Shows and the Collective Runway held at 4PM
Lavanya Coodly is a veteran with the Nolcha shows and was the first collection to walk for the Collective Runway show
Gemma Hoi a Chinese born designer now based in New York City was the first to walk for the Nolcha Shows for Fall 2018.
The main runway show for Nolcha closed with Chasity Sereal an evening wear and non…
Neubyrne also walked in the Main Runway show. With an out of the box in your face esthetic reminaset
The last designer to walk in the main show was Lavanya Coodly. Coming from the world of science, Lavanya Coodly followed her heart, moving in to the world of fashion
One of the best parts about fashion week is the street style. I love seeing the looks so many of my fellow fashionista’s put together
The last show to walk in the China Moment collective was Cashmere Song