Over and Out.
A final touch of animal prints to close off the week, as seen at Jeremy Scott SS2014 runway show at MilkMade, New York Fashion Week.
Lately, the concept of “shooter and shootee” have merged into one. Meet Julien-Boudet, an example of someone who is covering New York Fashion Week, yet we can’t get enough of covering him. To view from the other side of his lense, check out his work on JulienBoudet.com.
His biggest searches on eBay? Julien confesses he searches eBay for market value prices on cameras. Currently, he shoots with a Nikon D4.
Credits - Hat: Reiss, Top: Dior Homme, Pants: Vintage, Shoes: Phillip Lim
(Photo by Melodie Jeng for TIS. Text: Jauretsi)
Meet Soo-Young Kim, Editor at Complex Magazine, who is strolling out of Milk studios after the Public School presentation. Soo-Young told The Inside Source that her favorite searches on eBay were mostly clothes, namely from the brand Celine clothing or bags.
Credits- Top/Jumper: old Betsy Johnson, Pants: Vintage, Shoes: Ralph Lauren
(Photo by Melodie Jeng for TIS. Text by Jauretsi)
The women of Ohne Titel’s SS2104 runway show were treated to a few slivers of pink hair stripes for adornment. Brunette’s got a blue streak. The process was done with a special aerosol color product not yet on the market. To emulate this look, check out eBay’s selection of hair chalk which can be a fun temporary way to tackle this look.
A show that excited most everyone on Monday was Ohne Titel’s SS2014 collection, with it’s use of graphic lines appearing as almost works of art on each piece strolling down the runway at Milk Studios. The designers were not shy of midriffs and incorporated the look from pantsuit to little black [cutoff] dress.