Wes Gordon is a designer who thrives on balance. With a collection sporting flower-adorned dresses and bold combat boots, Gordon made Fall/Winter looks that capture the essence of spring. Read what Wes had to say about his eclectic collection after it hit the runway in our exclusive.
Isa Arfen took us through the decades with her delicately demure collection. Softly shimmering details and heavy metal earrings perfectly accent every era. Rewind and revisit the presentation on Milk Made.
Even in a post-apocalyptic world, the FW15 Sons of William collection is a must-have. Combat boots, bullet-proof vests, and waterproof hoodies put function and fashion on equal planes. Every item serves a serious purpose, including heavy duty hats and a backpack with solar power capabilities.
See the entire collection for yourself on Milk Made.
Baja East transported us back to the 90’s with live performances of Alanis Morisette and Blind Melon to accompany their runway. Their looks captured a Bohemian vibe that could fit comfortably in any beach dweller’s closet. See more from their FW15 collection- best described as mystical ocean-meets-desert paradise- on Milk Made.
Marissa Webb meant business with her FW15 collection. After the show today, we spoke about the ideas behind her looks that will best suit the next generation of CEO’s. See what she had to say and check out our exclusive photos from the show.
True to his crazy classic style, Jeremy Scott’s FW15 collection featured busy prints, bright colors, and outrageous hair and makeup. Plastic-coated dresses, neon tights, and Rugrats-esque printed fabrics stomped down the runway to the sounds of Sophie’s “Lemonade”. Kanye West, A$AP Ferg, Anthony Kieidis, Tim Blanks, and Bill Cunningham flanked the front row for the cartoon-inspired, acid-fueled show.
Bobby Abley’s jungle-inspired presentation featured crop tops, furry hats, colorful coats, an EDM soundtrack, and a giant banana.Tropical apparel seems to be the best way to keep warm for #FW15. See the entire collection on Milk Made.