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NYFW: EDGII SPRING SUMMER 2020

EDGII encourages girls to believe in and express their inner self – The EDGII girl is confident, brave and independent and should be celebrated.

EDGII found synergies with the “The Powerpuff Girls” personas which represent individuality and promote uniqueness – a girl does not have to fit into society’s mainstream standard of beauty, she can be who she wants to be.

Presented through the use of colors, patterns, details and materials coherent with the different Powerpuff girls, this latest EDGII collection offers and promotes diversity.

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Styling – Krisana Sotelo
Casting – Raymond Casas
Hair – Brendan O’Sullivan using Unite
Make-up – Liset Garza
Nails – Bernadette Thompson

NYFW: HOUSE OF NONIE

Out of the shows I was able and blessed enough to attend this season I think Nonie’s was my favorite, why? Well, because I identified myself deeply with it’s aesthetic, the Canadian brand is known for its impeccable construction and its feminine lines.

De todos los shows a los que pude asistir esta temporada, creo que el de Nonie fue mi favorito, ¿por qué? Porque me identifiqué con su estética, la marca Canadiense es conocida por su construcción impecable, sastreada y de líneas femeninas.

The collection was inspired by Indian design and we were able to see plenty of transparencies, draped silhouttes and lots of sheen in the form of satin, I loved how you can see the resemblance to classical Indian pieces with a touch of softness, nonchalance and the modern woman. There’s use of bright colors that are key to Indian dressing, yes, but just small pops of it here and there, mantaining most of the collection monochrome and minimal.

La coleccion fue inspirada por el diseño Hindú y pudimos ver muchas transparencias, siluetas drapeadas y mucho brillo en la forma de satín, me encantó como puedes ver cierta alución a piezas clasicas hindús con un toque de suavidad, desenfado y modernidad. Hay uso de colores brillantes, que son clave en el vestido hindú, sí, pero solo pequeños toques aquí y allá, manteniendo la mayoría de la colección monocromática y minimalista.