"Bague...nothing is complete..."

by Aneta Kowalczyk & Kacper Lipinski

Together, This Polish couple shares their life and passion for photography creating fashion images with an artistic tone and deeper meaning. >>SEE MORE

Ann Khachatryan - Producer, Creative Director, Casting
Tata Khachatryan - Fashion Designer
Mary Movsesyan - Videographer & Edito

 

The Business of Fashion: Things Don't Stay The Same

by Jack Raplee

Anyone in any business venture will testify that in order to remain competitive in a given market, adjustments must be made according to cultural, economic, and technological trends. That's true only more so in the business of trend-setting. Few industries exemplify this truth the fashion industry. Understanding current trends and driving them to the future -- one season at a time -- is, in fact, the business of fashion. >>READ ON

 

L’Atelier Ioana Calin and the Fairytale Wedding

photo by Tony von Thalen

photo by Tony von Thalen

by Cristina Slattery

Ioana Calin presented her collection of wedding dresses called “I Love Fairytales” at No.3 NYFW in New York on September 13th. The dresses were all hand-made and Calin, a Romanian designer who lives in Rome, customizes each dress for a particular client. Ioana Calin graduated from Accademia del Lusso in Rome and started creating wedding dresses with the dress she made for her own wedding nine years ago. Calin, who has an atelier in Rome and a shop in Satu Mare, her home city in Romania, says she feels passionate about wedding dresses because a woman’s wedding day is one of the most emotional days of her life. READ ON>>

Popping up in New York

Photography by Tony von Thelen

by Ben Speaker

Fresh from Feeric Fashion Week, Bianca Popp came to New York CIty for the first time, and she was not alone. She was joined by fellow Romanian designers whom she has taken under her wing to varying degrees. The younger generation of Romanian designers we met all give kudos to her and their profuse thanks for her help and advice. READ ON>>

Spoff Brings Sport and Fluff to the New York Runway

photo by Tony von Thalen

by Staley Sharples

Spoff seeks to blend sporty-chic shapes with girlish flourishes - a fitting style for the Romanian brand, whose name comes from a combination of the words “sport” and “fluff.” Spoff’s co-creators Laura Bonciu and Patricia Adascalitei made their New York Fashion Week debut at No.3 NYFW, unveiling their SS17 “Soft Power” line filled with edgy, unexpected pairings of candy-colored accessories, such as bejeweled house slippers, with their uniquely bold streetwear looks. >>READ MORE

 

The Wearable Art of Betty James

Photo by Tony von Thalen

by Jack Raplee

The runways of New York Fashion Week boasted a broad array of Spring and Summer 2017 collections ranging from formalwear to casual attire, and No.3 NYFW was no exception. Among the designs gracing the runway at No.3 Media's premiere fashion event, the jewelry collection of Betty James made a bold statement. >>READ MORE

THE GATHERING

Formento and Formento
Reveal Their Strange Fascination

BY VITA DUVA

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MEN in BLACK 

Photography by Renuka Retnaswamy



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