VideoFashion Collection Spring/Summer 2016

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Cutting-Edge Looks from Naeem Khan & Christian Siriano – NYC 2016
In this issue of Videofashion Collections, get inspired by the worldly collections of fashion's most prominent designers! Naeem Khan brings the razzle-dazzle like never before with his Mediterranean inspired collection.…
Design Icons Alexander Wang and DKNY – NYC 2016
In this issue of Videofashion Collections, Alexander Wang celebrates 10 years with a star-studded anniversary collection! DKNY pairs softness with strength to shake up New York's most iconic brand. Plus,…
Chic Fashion from Calvin Klein, Thom Browne, Kate Spade & More! – NYC 2016
In this issue of Videofashion Collections, set your sights on the sophisticatedly chic collection at Calvin Klein! From Montana to the Grand Canyons, embark on a romantic road trip with…
Timeless Femininity by Diane Von Furstenberg, Betsey Johnson, Anna Sui & Rachel Zoe – NYC 2016
In this episode of Videofashion Collections, Diane Von Furstenberg brings timeless femininity to a summer collection inspired by 17th century artists. Celebrate 50 years of fashion fun with a show…
Masters of Fashion Carolina Herrara & Oscar De La Renta – NYC 2016
In this episode of Videofashion Collections, take an inside look at the mystery and sensuality of Carolina Herrera's pristine collection! Tough embellishments meet fluid silhouettes at J. Mendel. Take a…
Michael Kors, Ralph Lauren, Oscar de la Renta - NYC Spring 2016
In this issue of Videofashion Collections, check out New York City like you've never seen it before as we kick off the Spring Summer 2016 Collections! Michael Kors channels Georgia…
Julien Macdonald, Giles Deacon and Maison Margiela - London Spring 2016
In this issue of Videofashion Collections, we touch down in the UK for a spectacular spring showing at London Fashion Week! Julien Macdonald finds spring inspiration on the tranquil beaches…
Bora Aksu, Jonathan Saunders and Pringle of Scotland - London Spring 2016
In this issue of Videofashion Collections, we bring you more must-see style from London! Pringle of Scotland designer Massimo Nicosia ventures outside the lines of the 200 year-old brand's traditional…
Alice Temperley, David Koma and Fyodor Golan - London Spring 2016
This issue of Videofashion Collections features more of the best runways from London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2016! Designer Alice Temperley transports us to Cuba, for spring, translating the tropical island…
Jonathan Saunders, Eudon Choi and Jean-Pierre Braganza - London Spring 2016
In this issue of Videofashion Collections, we wrap up our tour of great British style with more major collections from London! Jonathan Saunders gives his signature prints and mixed patterns…
Angela Missoni, Donatella Versace and Roberto Cavalli - Milan Spring 2016
In this issue of Videofashion Collections, celebrate the best in Italian style with the latest from Milan Fashion Week! Angela Missoni goes to Missoni's tribal roots for Spring 2016, finding…
Costume National, MSGM and DSquared2 - Milan Spring 2016
In this issue of Videofashion Collections, we feature more coveted collections from Milan! Designer Ennio Capasa looks to film noir references for his Spring 2016 collection for Costume National. Inspired…
Veronica Etro, Arthur Arbesser and Les Copains - Milan Spring 2016
In this issue of Videofashion Collections, it's more must-see Spring/Summer 2016 style from Milan! Veronica Etro delivers a bohemian collection with a hint of Edwardian romance for Spring 2016. Layers…
Jeremy Scott, Stella Jean and Antonio Marras - Milan Spring 2016
In this issue of Videofashion Collections, more of the season's most-coveted collections hit the runway at Milan Fashion Week! Jeremy Scott created a catwalk carwash at Moschino's Spring/Summer 2016 show,…
Karl Lagerfeld, Dries Van Noten and Stella McCartney - Paris Spring 2016
In this issue of Videofashion Collections, we kick off our trip to the City of Light with some of the most buzzed-about runways from Paris Fashion Week! Karl Lagerfeld invites…
Kenzo, Isabel Marant and Giambattista Valli - Paris Spring 2016
In this issue of Videofashion Collections, Kenzo creative directors Carol Lim and Humberto Leon imagine a world-traveling nomad for Spring/Summer 2016, dressing her in gorgeous graphic prints and modern silhouettes.…
Anthony Vaccarello, A.F. Vandevorst and Carven - Paris Spring 2016
In this issue of Videofashion Collections, it's all about tradition with a twist! Surfs up for Carven's life aquatic inspired Spring 2016 collection. Military references get a sexy twist at…
Issey Miyake, Iris Van Herpen and Rochas - Paris Spring 2016
In this issue of Videofashion Collections, creative director Yoshiyuki Miyamae channels the energy of a tropical jungle for Issey Miyake. Inspired by the living tree bridges in India, designer Iris…
Badgley Mischka, Narciso Rodrigez and Monique L’Hullier - NYC Spring 2016
In this issue of Videofashion Collections, check out some of the most buzzed about designers in the Big Apple! Undone glamour takes shape at Narciso Rodrigez for Spring 2016! Monique…
Tommy Hilfiger, Rachel Zoe and Jeremy Scott - NYC Spring 2016
In this issue of Videofashion Collections, Jeremy Scott takes retro inspiration from early John Waters films for a bright, '60s-styled Spring/Summer 2016. Rachel Zoe flashes back to the sixties with…
Guy Laroche, Carine Gilson and Raf Simons - NYC Spring 2016
In this issue of Videofashion Collections, Raf Simons takes inspiration from the boudoir with sheer dresses, cropped camisoles and scalloped hemlines in his final collection for house of Dior. At…
Andrew Gn, Coppélia Pique and Masha Ma - NYC Spring 2016
In this issue of Videofashion Collections, see Andrew Gn's artfully embellished Spring 2016 collection, partly inspired by a Chinese imperial porcelain bowl that his parents gave to him when he…
Valentino, Moncler Gamme Rouge and Emanuel Ungaro - NYC Spring 2016
In this issue of Videofashion Collections, Valentino co-designers Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli present a vibrant, tribal collection for Spring/Summer 2016. Flowers and fencing are on hand at Moncler…
Emilio Pucci and Fausto Puglisi - NYC Spring 2016
In this issue of Videofashion Collections, creative director Massimo Giorgetti looks into the Pucci archives and incorporates seascape references for his first collection for Emilio Pucci. Alessandro Dell'Acqua's Spring 2016…
Cushnie Et Ochs, Rachel Zoe and Nicole Miller - NYC Spring 2016
In this issue of Videofashion Collections, Cushnie Et Ochs looks to the work of painter Kehinde Wiley to inspire their tough, seductive Spring 2016 collection. Rachel Zoe shows a romantic,…
Tadashi Shoji and J. Mendel - NYC Spring 2016
In this issue of Videofashion Collections, Tadashi Shoji takes inspiration from his native Japan for Spring/Summer 2016, elegantly applying cultural references from the art of Katsushika Hokusai to wisteria blossoms…

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