February 2013 New York Style Preview

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    taMar daniel | design direCtor | www.bradaMant.CoM | booth 507

    describe your fall/winter 2013 collection and the trends you have focused on.For Fall, I thought a lot about traditional mens kaftans. I did research on the gimp trimming and scroll work, which are customary in some places. I conjured up a worldly man who likes to wear these Kaftans under his business suits. The juxtaposition of pinstripe meeting handwork gives me a kick. From there, it spun off into more feminine paired down versions on that theme.

    ronaldus shaMask | designer | www.shaMask.CoM | booth 408

    describe the type of woman that wears your designs.Shamask has a devoted following of women who admire the precision and flow of its clothing and its cerebral sense of drape and scale. (Trendies do not wear Shamask.) She likes the architects reverence for geometric shapes without letting structural gambits hinder radial, free movement.

    from where do you draw inspiration?I have collaborated with some of the top choreographers of our time, making dancer costumes for both Lucinda Childs and Mikhail Baryshnikov.

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    describe the type of woman that wears your designs.The Bradamant woman is driven. Shes passionate about living her life fully and Im passionate about enabling that. Shes certainly busy; whether shes busy building her career, traveling, or creating a family. She is particular about her wardrobe choices but also limited for time. She needs snappy solutions that work with her lifestyle and make her look and feel good.

    what direction do you see womens fashion moving in for the upcoming seasons?Im excited by the new fabric experimentations which keep on coming. I think theres a lot to be explored in terms of making higher fashion items that offer more easy care performance.

    if you could dress a celebrity, who would it be and why?Id love the opportunity to dress Sarah Jessica Parker. She is a role model by being a working mother who gracefully balances style with practicality.

    what would people be surprised to know about you?I rearrange furniture somewhat compulsively.

    from where do you draw inspiration?My inspiration radar is always on. I live in Philly but I grew up in London and the Middle East, so my memory box is always triggering some kind of cultural mash up. The Victoria and Albert Museum, Middle Eastern market places and the armory at the Philadelphia Museum of Art are all favorite haunts. Sometimes though, I just get pumped by a scene in a play or a movie - its usually something historical that gets my blood pumping.

    what would people be surprised to know about you?I was trained as an architect, worked as a fashion illustrator for English newspapers, studied stage design and painted.

    how would you define your collection?It stands away from the body and creates an inner world of space for the woman who wears it. Contours seem to have been softly blown into place; the ensembles serene form and volume are achieved with few pattern pieces and fewer seams. The silhouette is dramatic without being theatrical.

    what do you consider to be the worlds best fashion city for women and why?New York because there is a sophisticated relaxed approach to dressing. Women can wear excesses with ease.

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    Jitni

    Cynthia ostroff | owner | www.Jitni.CoM | booth 320

    whats your favorite part about conceptualizing a new design?I love most everything about conceptualizing a new design! Starting with brainstorming ideas for my scarves, working directly with the textiles Ill use, and refining an idea until its ready to be made. I really enjoy the process of the design and seeing my products come to life.

    from where do you draw inspiration?I find traveling has influenced my work extensively. Since I am such a visual person, traveling abroad and experiencing colorful landscapes and far-off locales has been amazing. Exploring has also taught me that this same astonishing beauty

    MarJorie renner | designer | www.faCebook.CoM/MarJorierennerparis | booth 221

    whats your favorite part about conceptualizing a new