NYFW Mark Badgley, James Mischka, by visions of Capri 1960’s

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– New York, NY – 9/12/17 – Badgley Mischka SS18 New York Fashion Week
-Pictured: Mark Badgley, Skai Jackson, James Mischka
-Photo by: Marion Curtis/Starpix
-Location: Gallery 1 at Skylight Clarkson Square
Designers Mark Badgley and James Mischka, were inspired by visions of Capri in the 1960’s: a simple but riche daytime with polished poplin, glazed canvas, re-embroidered gauze, and linen hopsack complimented by a color palette of saturated fruit tones (Sicilian lemon, lime, bitter orange, fennel) and chic basics (safari khaki, army green, midnight navy, chalk white).
SS18 New York FASHION WEEK
– New York, NY – 9/12/17 – Badgley Mischka SS18 New York Fashion Week
-Pictured: Bryan Abasolo, Rachel Lindsay
-Photo by: Marion Curtis/Starpix
-Location: Gallery 1 at Skylight Clarkson Square
Embroideries and embellishments include couture-level romantic tee shirts, day-to-night looks with Bakelite vintage pieces, antiqued and super-polished gold and rose gold floral motifs, diamond-cut sequins, fanciful feathers and handmade tassels.
– New York, NY – 9/12/17 – Badgley Mischka SS18 New York Fashion Week
-Pictured: Miranda Bay Jones
-Photo by: Marion Curtis/Starpix
-Location: Gallery 1 at Skylight Clarkson Square
SS18 New York FASHION WEEK
“We wanted to create our dream of Capri and the surrounding towns — a part of southern Italy we have yet to visit. http://www.fornasetti.com/history/dawn-of-dreams was also reportedly mesmerized by, and drew his engravings of, Capri before ever visiting; we have the same dream and are going for the first time next week. If he could dream and create his version of it, and then later realize it, we hope we can too.” Designers Mark Badgley and James Mischka
– New York, NY – 9/12/17 – Badgley Mischka SS18 New York Fashion Week
-Pictured: Mark Badgley, James Mischka
-Photo by: Marion Curtis/Starpix
-Location: Gallery 1 at Skylight Clarkson Square
SS18 New York FASHION WEEK

Notable front row guests included The Bachelor’s Bryan Abasolo and Rachel Lindsay and actresses Alfre Woodard, Skai Jackson, Laura Osnes, and Rachel Bay Jones, all wearing Badgley Mischka.

– New York, NY – 9/12/17 – Badgley Mischka SS18 New York Fashion Week
-Pictured: Alfre Woodard, J. Alexander
-Photo by: Marion Curtis/Starpix
-Location: Gallery 1 at Skylight Clarkson Square

– New York, NY – 9/12/17 – Badgley Mischka SS18 New York Fashion Week
-Pictured: Mark Badgley, Laura Osnes, James Mischka
-Photo by: Marion Curtis/Starpix
-Location: Gallery 1 at Skylight Clarkson Square

 

SS18 New York FASHION WEEK

CELEBRITY FRONT ROW PHOTO CREDIT: Marion Curtis

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