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February 2017

Backstage at NYFW: Discover New York City:

Dan Liu Son Jung Wan Namilia and more...

The Beauty of Bryant Park Arlo Hudson Square Hotel

Runways from Pier 59 Studios Style Fashion Week New York Art Hearts Fashion

Fashion Week Chronicles:

NYFW FW17 Edition 1


Cover Photo: Son Jung Wan NYFW FW17 Runway; Photography by Danny de la Cruz

Editor’s Letter. . . . . . . . . 3

Gypsy Sport . . . . . . . 184

Son Jung Wan. . . . . . . . 4

Lan Yu. . . . . . . . . . . . 192

Denibi Barcelona. . . . . 34

Marcel Ostertag . . . . 206

Namilia. . . . . . . . . . . . 44

Calvin Luo. . . . . . . . . 218

Katie Gallagher. . . . . . 62

Nina Tiari . . . . . . . . . 230

Leanne Marshall . . . . . 72

Discover NYC: Arlo Hudson Square . . . . . 240

Desigual . . . . . . . . . . . 92 Francesca Liberatore. 102 Laurence & Chico. . . . 116 Irina Vitjaz . . . . . . . . 124 Dan Liu. . . . . . . . . . . 150 Hakan Akkaya . . . . . 166 Discover NYC: The Beauty of Bryant Park. . . . . . 176

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Anniesa Hasibuan. . . 244 Dair by Odair Pereira at Art Hearts Fashion. . . 258 M the Movement at Style Fashion Week. . 260 SAKU New York . . . . 264


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t seems just like yesterday that the team and I were in the sweltering heat of NYC last September for the Spring/Summer 17 fashion shows. Flash forward to February and this time, Mother Nature dealt us with a snowstorm to kick off the festivities. It’s never a dull experience at NYFW! Fortunately for us, the snow wasn’t enough to stop the designers, models, fashionistas and media from converging onto the runways. With each season, our fashion adventures continue to grow and I can’t thank the designers enough who welcomed us into their runway or presentation so that we could capture and share what you see in these digital pages. I’m also excited this season in that we have backstage moments from various shows to share with you -- a first for the magazine. You’ll get to see the controlled chaos that somehow comes together for each show, from hair and make up to dress rehearsals. Finally, I’m thrilled to work with and introduce the team of Paul Lim, Hansol Kim and Andrew Park from New York City Peoples and share the wonderful images they captured for this issue. Enjoy NYFW through our lenses and next stop, London!

Fashion Week Chronicles Volume 2 / Number 1 Publisher & Editor-in-Chief Danny de la Cruz Creative Director MJ Cadiz Contributors Contributing Photographers Paul Lim, Andrew Park and Hansol Kim of New York City Peoples Contributing Style Editor Mabel Gago Contact Us VRAI Magazine LLC P.O. Box 62 Techny, IL 60082 General Inquiries editor@vraimagazine.com Advertising Inquiries advertising@vraimagazine.com

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or the Son Jung Wan FW17 fashion show, we had the pleasure of following the journey from backstage hair and makeup, to runway rehearsals, to the finale unveiling of the collection in front of an eager crowd in Gallery III at Skylight Clarkson Square. And finally as the pieces came down the runway, it became apparent that we were a witness to a master class in the manipulation and artful blending of patterns and textural beauty -- a feast for the both visual and tactile senses. From champagne hues, to vibrant teal and bursts of deep crimson, South Korean designer Son Jung Wan once again brought her unique style of sophistication and shimmer to both women and men this coming Fall/ Winter season.

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riting about fashion is my adrenaline. When you have the chance to breathe in the wonderful chaos of NYFW fashion week, you feel like a child, happy with her new toys. And when you also discover that one of the most interesting and brilliant new brands to emerge this NYFW is originally from Barcelona, Spain -- needless to say that this fashion editor feels extremely proud. The clean shapes and colors remind me of the glorious architecture and designs of Barcelona. The accurate precision either in the patterns, materials and techniques, shows the hard work which comes from an artistic mind. Designer Fadel Denibi has been a wonderful discovery. Fadel was born in Senegal, but moved to Barcelona when he was 2 years old with his family in search of better opportunities. His African heritage and the essence of Barcelona, one of the most relevant capitals of design, are an excellent marriage of a classic, minimalist style for a woman who desires functional pieces but with a personal and distinctive style. Fadel’s second collection at the show is the proof that he won’t stop his creativity and passion towards transforming a design into wearable and timeless pieces of art. He has become an expert leather maker with skill and craftsmanship learned from knowing the bests maestros of the Spanish leather industry. His leather backpack in the shape of a tribal mask has been one of the most commented and shared pieces in social media and magazines. And, the iconic piece represents the expectations towards his latest collection. Fadel's passion for learning has also brilliantly reached the clothes. Plain colors bathed in sophisticated patterns: a wool futuristic kimono in ivory white; high-neck, pale blue jackets in foam; camel asymmetric cashmere coat; structured shoulders between the futuristic and the modern architecture. The confident, contemporary woman who aims to enjoy the classic in a new level will love to fill her wardrobe with this brand. Denibi Barcelona has transcended the meaning of Utopia.

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ith each piece that came out onto the runway, we quietly gasped in sheer visual delight. The energy and the edge were evident in each brilliantly designed piece. We were ready for more fun, color and pushing of the fashion boundaries. The Berlin duo of Namilia, Nan Li and Emilia Pfohl, did not disappoint. Their bold collection was amplified with combatant boots, cool shades, daring cutouts, a few graphic symbols better left seen than described, and a smearing of paint on each of the models. We also loved the “flame and checkered flag” elements incorporated into several of the looks -reminiscent of the flames and sparks shooting out from the hot rods in a drag race. And we’d be remiss if we failed to mention our love of the silver gown and finale piece fit for street royalty.

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By Danny de la Cruz / Photography by Shawn Punch Setting: Autumn in New England Theme: Hallow Verdict: Wickedly Good

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rom sunrise to a full moon, Katie Gallagher has managed to capture the essence of one of our most quintessential Fall holidays and transformed it with modern elements of militaristic inspiration, casual play, hints of bondage and sheer evening elegance. The overt orange and black color palette are softened with Katie’s signature design elements and make these pieces versatile throughout the entire Fall/Winter season.

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hen the first look turned the corner and onto the runway, we knew that something different was coming. Leanne Marshall’s signature element is that ethereal flow, that lightness and cloudlike quality that is distinctively Leanne Marshall. And while her signature style was evident for the upcoming Fall/Winter 17 season, she layered on an element of edge, in her own unique way. Looks paired with boots, chunky earrings, bolder lips and makeup and layered geometric pieces that added another dimmension to her runway collection made us take notice. For us, this horizontal black & white striped piece over sheer top and flowing, ruffled skirt is sublime. We even saw more black woven into the collection -- a sign of the emerging fusion of ethereal edge.

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nspired by the worlds of two Hyde Parks -- one in London in the 90’s and to the Hyde Park in New York to the library and home of Franklin D. Roosevelt, Francesca Liberatore has created a melding of two distinctive locations that have impacted society. What resulted is a collection filled with riding-inspired ensembles (paired with knee-high boots) to boho-chic looks with lace and flow, bold striping and outerwear perfect for the season. I love a good coat and Francesca Liberatore did not disappoint with this shimmery-champagne piece with exaggerated collar, pockets and belt details. Her collection also featured outerwear with pieces trimmed with fur for those cold, winter nights. Overall, she used a neutral color palette with punches of plums, blues and crimson which added brightness for the darker season ahead. And a trend that popped up this season was powerful messaging printed on specific pieces -- a subtle, or notso-subtle way of declaring women’s empowerment reflective of the times.

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t’s hard not to look. Once you catch a glimpse, you can’t stop. As I entered the presentation room, it was obvious that I wasn’t the only one. Crowds of people were swarming around each of the models snapping up photos and of course, selfies. Welcome to the world of Laurence & Chico. Canadian duo Laurence Li and Chico Wang are the masterminds behind these creations. Laurence illustrates moments in their life and Chico transforms them into wearable garments. And for this Fall/Winter 17 collection, the inspiration arose from air travel and the sweeping element of clouds as seen from 30,000 miles up in the sky. Puffy, voluminous and comfortable silhouettes are represented in this vibrant and whimsical collection. Adorned with ruffles, illustrated prints, oversized pearls and head pieces resembling eye masks -- a common accessory for long-haul flights, the collection brings a smile to anyone fortunate enough to see the vision of these talented two designers. We can’t wait to see more next season and are so glad that we had a ticket for this flight of fancy.

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By Danny de la Cruz / Photography by Hansol Kim of New York City Peoples

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ustrian designer Irina Vitjaz dazzled on her return to the NYFW runway. Stunning, shimmering, flowing and statuesque immediately came to mind with each piece that came down the runway. Designed for a woman in search of style, sophistication and an aura of sheer glamour, the Fall/ Winter 17 collection offered a range of choices to entice the confident woman from canary yellow, radiant metallics, floral lavenders, to hues of blues and teals. We can’t wait to see more from this rising international star next season!

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ustrian designer Irina Vitjaz dazzled on her return to the NYFW runway. Stunning, shimmering, flowing and statuesque immediately came to mind with each piece that came down the runway. Designed for a woman in search of style, sophistication and an aura of sheer glamour, the Fall/ Winter 17 collection offered a range of choices to entice the confident woman from canary yellow, radiant metallics, floral lavenders, to hues of blues and teals. We can’t wait to see more from this rising international star! Copy and Photography by Danny de la Cruz

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y time with at the Dan Liu Fall/Winter 17 runway was more than just a matter of minutes. I had the honor of being backstage and seeing the journey, or at least the final stage, before the runway culmination and a full theatrical experience. What I’ve noticed with Dan Liu is that this man and his team are organized. Upon my arrival, rehearsals were already underway and what I had thought was a soundtrack was actually the designer himself, belting out the finale runway song, “Kissing A Fool” by the late George Michael. Backstage time consisted of final hair and makeup touches, last minute adjustments and a lot of fun photo opp moments with Dan Liu, his team and models. For this year’s collection, it was all about an Autumn fantasy, a fairy tale to be exact, executed in knee-length (or higher) cocktail pieces and textured overcoats. Modern silhouettes in autumnal shades were accented with colorful scarfs, Fall boots and masks with leaves. For the finale look, a fairy princess emerged in a simple black ensemble accented with detailed embroidery on the front and black fairy wings on the back.

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ttitude in black and bold designs which bound our attention from the first look that hit the runway -- this was an eye opener into the edgy and sexy world of Turkish designer Hakan Akkaya. When it comes to a black palette, it comes down to the details and textures, accents and cuts -- this collection for both men and women did not disappoint. For this editor, the usage of multiple belts that “bound” several pieces were brilliant nuances that added just the right amount of naughty. And with contrasting textures and sheens in various pieces, Hakan Akkaya elevated his collection even further. When the last model walked off the runway, the crowd cheered and I could hear rave reviews from every direction in the audience. Welcome to NYFW Hakan Akkaya -- we can’t wait to see you next September!

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andwiched in the middle of Midtown Manhattan is a 9+ acre public park bounded by Fifth and Sixth and between 40th and 42nd Streets. It’s a wonderful escape from the hustle and bustle of the city, no matter what time of year. During this frosty February day, I had a few hours to wander away from the runways and explore this tiny oasis amidst the concrete. With a giant ice skating rink filled with skaters of all ages and skill levels, various food stalls, indoor areas to warm up and a beautiful French-inspired carrousel, it’s a fantastic place to people watch and celebrate the season. And if you have a sweet tooth, head across the street to 36 W. 40th St. to Lady M Cake Boutique for some amazing crepe cake and other indulgent delights! You will not be disappointed!

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rban-edged street style that’s distinctively diverse.

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here’s a delicate grace that embodies the Fall/Winter 17 collection of Chinese designer Lan Yu. Utilizing a soft, pastel color palette of ivory and creams, seafoam green and blush in mostly satin and lace materials, but layered or paired with heavier textured fabric -- it all works seemlessly for the season. And with the models’ hair pulled back with a piece of ribbon, bold fuchsia eyebrows, ruffles and soft textures in many looks, as well as an occasional veiled covering to emphasize the overall soft and sensualness of the collection, there was a cohesiveness to her vision which danced down the runways at Skylight Clarkson Square.

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erman designer Marcel Ostertag unveiled a collection for Fall/Winter 17 inspired by a revolution. A movement grounded in empowering women and giving them the freedom to be powerful individuals in their own, unique way. Though the collection utilized some masculine elements in the form of jackets, these pieces draped beautifully over soft, flowing and more feminine pieces to provide a balance. And throughout the pieces, a repeating floral motif was just the right touch of nature to soften the sleek, stylish and urban collection.

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ad skills lit up the NYFW runway with such a gender-bending, modern-retro twist. Calvin Luo unleashed his genius with his Fall/Winter 17 collection at Skylight Clarkson Square. What we saw was an artful melding of stripes, checkers and other patterns with earthy color blocks that paid homage to the season. The collection was accented with long tassels/ribbons, knits, fishnet underlinings, a blurring of wardrobe norms for each gender and a notso-subtle “asexual� messaging used as a final accent on various pieces. Calvin Luo impressed us even further with his vision on the future fusion of fashion and technology -- In partnership with Lenovo, the runway darkened and then lit up when dancers performed while their clothing lit up with the integration of Lenovo lighting technology.

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ewcomer Nina Tiari presented a lively jeweltoned collection with a wink to the 80s. As the final look came onto the runway, it became evident that this was the unifying piece -- a flowing overcoat swirled with the various colors of the collection palette and topping off a pair of satiny cropped pants. The overall collection consisted of many separates, allowing one to mix and match the pieces based on the occasion at hand. None-the-less, whatever combination chosen, the ensemble would be perfect for any night out on the town.

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ith the official move of New York Fashion Week to Skylight Clarkson Square, I honed in on the Lower Manhattan neighborhoods for a headquarters hotel. The Arlo Hudson Square was the final and perfect choice for this season -- less than half a mile away from the primary venue and a new hotel to boot. Unlike some hotels where you wander aimlessly upon entry in search of the front desk, the Arlo Hudson Square (AHS) placed its front desk right as you walk in – take a step in the door and a side step to your right. Anything closer and you’d be standing on the sidewalk registering through a window. While convenient, it can get a little crowded when there are more than two people deep in line. To the left side of the hotel entry is a “pantry” and snack area where one can purchase snacks and beverages throughout the day. Beyond the front desk on the right side is a small hallway with elevators leading to the guest rooms. Also on

the main floor is a bar area and several dimly lit public spaces for guests to lounge, relax and socialize. Since it was February, the open-air courtyard was unusable and the patio furniture was covered with snow, but I could see how it’s a great space once warmer weather returns to the city. Continue further down the main floor and you’ll find yourself entering Harold’s Meat + Three – a lively restaurant which I had a chance to experience for carry out one evening. The concept is that you pick an entrée and select up to three sides. My mac ‘n cheese and Brussels sprouts with bacon sides were especially good. I’d go back in a heartbeat! Check in at the AHS is friendly, fast and efficient. Keep note of the word “efficient” since it will be a reoccurring theme in this review. Once in the room, I quickly remembered the reviews on Trip Advisor where the word small was often mentioned. There’s nothing wrong with small when you’re one person traveling, but I prefer to

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describe the room as efficient. Upon entering, you’ll immediately notice a glassed-off area which houses the toilet and shower stall. The glass walls are opaque and the door is a sliding barn-door style so please take note if you intend to share a room with someone who you’re not intimately familiar with – it could get a little awkward for lack of privacy. One last thing on the bathroom area -- since there’s only a third of glass separating the shower area from the toilet area, you’re bound to get water splashing everywhere. No matter what I did to angle the showerhead to prevent splashing – water was everywhere in the toilet section. Even if I wanted to use my towels again to be eco-friendly, they were always used to sop up the water on the floor. Just past the bathroom area, you’ll find a small sink with a pull down writing desk immediately next to it. When the desk isn’t being used, you can fold it up to take up less space. Across from the desk is the closet area – let me take that back, your clothes pole with hangers enough for 6 garments. Finally, you get to the bed space and in my case, it was a queen bed which occupied the full width of the room. A flat screen TV is mounted directly across from the bed and there’s a narrow path to get to the window. I stubbed my leg three times passing the bed to get to the window. I loved the floor to ceiling windows which let in plenty of light.

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The design of the room is modern and every inch is efficiently utilized. In a way, it almost felt as is if I were on a cruise ship cabin. But, this was the most modern and stylish room I had been in – very Scandinavian in design elements. There’s also a pullout safe under the bed, but because of its location, there’s really no place to put any suitcases. I’ve learned to travel light for fashion week and so my carryon was perched under my clothing pole and above a small fridge hidden away under cabinetry. For one person, it’s perfect. For two people, it’s going to get crowded very fast. And don’t forget the sliding glass door in the bathroom area – every sound and aroma will permeate the room if you’re sharing, so be warned. Overall, I loved the efficient and cool design of the hotel and can’t wait to stay here again for our next travel to NYFW. As for location, it’s perfect for hitting the runways at Skylight Clarkson Square. The hotel is across the street from a little park, there are numerous dining options along the street and you’ll find the SoHo neighborhood to the east, Chelsea to the north and Tribeca towards the south. And if you’re a chocolate lover, there’s a Jacques Torres chocolate shop five minutes down the street on Hudson. The chocolate chip and mudslide cookies were big servings of heaven.

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ndonesian designer Anniesa Hasibuan showed the world that you don’t need to be revealing to be sexy and beautiful. Her models were covered from head to toe but displayed a true sense of style and elegance. From a parade of monochromatic looks -- white/ivory, silver metallics, to gold, copper and then shimmering black, her Fall/Winter 17 collection dazzled with ruffles, beading and textures that sparkled as each diverse model paraded down the runway.

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VRAI Magazine Fashion Week Chronicles: NYFW FW17 Edition  

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