Thank you for having me at NYFW 2019 !

I meet a lot of nice and creative people. Don’t forget about the amazing designers hihi

I feel so new to the fashion industry but I really want to thank all the people who support me and explain everything to me in detail…

Actually I don’t mind walking some shows either but hopefully I won’t fall as I sometimes can be a little Dopey too haha

 

ANNA SUI’s

collections take you on a creative journey that is unparalleled in the world of fashion. Mixing vintage styles with her current cultural obsessions, she effortlessly makes hip and exuberant original clothes. Whether Anna’s inspiration is Victorian cowboys, Warhol superstars or Finnish textile prints, her depth of cultural knowledge is always apparent. “When I’m interested in something, I want to know everything about it,” she says, “I need to know what’s behind it all. I really enjoy that process.”

 

Anna’s constant search for new ideas and challenges keeps her ahead of her times. She’s a true trendsetter to whom stylists and editors look for direction. The boundless energy and creative ingenuity of her runway presentations always make her shows a high point of New York Fashion Week.

Anna Sui RTW Fall 2019

 

LEAF XIA

is a fashion label from 90s Chinese designer, YiQi (Leaf) Xia, launched in 2016. With a rich background in charitable work, Xia takes her inspiration from humanity, love and a joyful engagement with color, print, and collage. Specializing in collage, Xia uses this medium as a tool to express her unique design spirit. Her pieces often feature oversized shapes with colorful silhouettes that play on the classic.

http://nyfw.com/leaf-xia

I honestly really love Leaf Xia as it is so cute

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ZANG TOI

is a renowned Fashion Designer who has built a tradition of elegance for over 20 years. Coming from humble beginnings, Zang was born and raised in a small village, Kuala Krai in Kelantan, Malaysia. He was the youngest of seven children of a local grocer. Zang landed in New York City at the age of 20 where he studied at the distinguished Parsons School of Design. In August 1989, he opened his atelier and soon after, U.S Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour featured Zang in March 1990 issue and was one of the first Asian designers championed by the renowned editor.

 

I really don’t know why I put my belt as a headband.

As a child I always used to play Maria in the church.

Zang Too with Toni Garrn

 

Zang Toi RTW Fall 2019