fashion design

Q&A with Rob Norman of Planet Brooklyn Academy

Our special Fashion Week Q&As were such a hit that we’ve decided to make them a regular feature on our blog! Check back periodically for interviews with designers, stylists, business owners, and other fashion and costume professionals.

Q&A with fashion designer Rob Norman

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Q&A with Michelle Vale of Michelle Vale, Inc.

Our special Fashion Week Q&As were such a hit that we’ve decided to make them a regular feature on our blog! Check back periodically for interviews with designers, stylists, business owners, and other fashion and costume professionals.

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New York Fashion Week in Pictures


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NOLCHA Fashion Week Show Highlights

On Monday, September 8th, we were pleased to attend the NOLCHA Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015 runway shows. Established six years ago and held during New York Fashion Week, NOLCHA Fashion Week is an award-winning event for independent fashion designers to showcase their collections to a global audience of press, retailers, stylists and industry influencers. NOLCHA Fashion Week has established itself as a platform of discovery promoting innovative fashion designers through runway shows and exhibition.

Designers featured at Monday’s event included Katty Xiomara, Rinat BrodachMariana ValentinaSofia AranaMimi Tran, and a collective of menswear brands including: pants by Alberto, knitwear by Codice, shirts by Haupt, and sports jackets by Carl Gross

Check out the photo essay below to view a few of the highlights:


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Q&A with Suguru Miyagi of Suguru Studio

In celebration of Fashion Week, Seek is pleased to highlight several of the unique brands and businesses which make the fashion industry tick. Check back every few days for new Q&As, giveaways, special discounts, and more!

Born and raised in Okinawa Japan, Suguru’s luxurious, high quality scarves and clothing are inspired by edgy urban landscapes and gritty city scenes. His designs are infused with light Japanese iconography, then filtered through an urban lens using fine silks and other fabrics that are distinctly weathered, classic, hip, and polished.

Suguru was inspired by the Japanese art of silk printing known as “Nassen”. Nassen is a contemporary application of a Japanese rice paste resist dyeing technique that was used in the making colorful kimonos in the early 20th century.
Suguru offers several designs that are hand-made in Kyoto using this time-honored technique.

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Q&A with Clare Tattersall, Founder and CEO of ThunderLily

In celebration of Fashion Week, Seek is pleased to highlight several of the unique brands and businesses which make the fashion industry tick. Check back every few days for new Q&As, giveaways, special discounts, and more!

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ThunderLily was founded in 2009 with a mission to Set Fashion Free. From sketch to market, the company launches emerging designers and offers cutting edge technology for designing and producing samples in the virtual space.

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Clare Tattersall channels her passion for fashion into finding outstanding emerging designers and bringing their ideas to market. ThunderLily NYC, a virtual fashion incubator, provides stylish women with access to custom made fashion from the most innovative designers of the future.

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Introducing General Knot & Co. (and a special giveaway, too!)

In celebration of New York Fashion Week, Seek is pleased to highlight several of the unique brands and businesses which make the fashion industry tick. Check back every few days for new Q&As, giveaways, special discounts, and more!

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New Public Garment District Tours!

Here at Seek we pride ourselves on offering private, highly personalized New York shopping and sightseeing tours. However, we realize that for students, solo travelers, and those visiting our city on a budget, the luxury of a private tour might not be a realistic option.
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