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Costello Tagliapietra F/W 13

Please check out the photographs I took for models.com at Costello Tagliapietra FW13 by clicking above (backstage and show!)
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Costello Tagliapietra F/W 13

Please check out the photographs I took for models.com at Costello Tagliapietra FW13 by clicking above (backstage and show!)

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modelsdot:

Costello Tagliapietra F/W 13

Please check out the photographs I took for models.com at Costello Tagliapietra FW13 by clicking above (backstage and show!)
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modelsdot:

Costello Tagliapietra F/W 13

Please check out the photographs I took for models.com at Costello Tagliapietra FW13 by clicking above (backstage and show!)

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Tim Hamilton Redux FW 12

First night of NYFW/MADE at Milk Studios on February 9

This was such a fun night at Milk Studios. There were several presentations going on simultaneously - Tim Hamilton Redux, Erickson Beamon, M. Patmos, John Bartlett, Libertine, etc. There was great energy on the 8th floor of Milk Studios - the models weren’t afraid to jump around, dance, and have fun with the presentation. There was music, drinks, and the presentation felt more like a fun party with beautiful and colorful people and clothes than a presentation which was a nice way to end the first night of fashion week (before the real parties …) There were also women in the presentation but I didn’t capture them as much. There wasn’t a huge difference in the menswear and womensear, they were the same idea just suited for each gender. I would love to wear everything at this presentation and now associate it with a lot of good feelings and fun! As far as I know, Tim usually shows his mainline and inserts some pieces from Redux (his lower-priced line) but this year, he showed only Redux.

See the lookbook and review by Maya Singer here at style.com

I’m going to slowly try to ID all the models and add them into the post. 

Watching Costello Tagliapietra
I think I’m going to shoot more people watching the shows using lights from the shows. It would be an interesting project. As tiring as it may get with 300+ shows just in New York, it’s always still very exciting to see the amount of work that has gone into a collection and show. One thing I learned is that it’s okay to get excited about fashion. Stay professional but we’re all in this industry because we love it.

Watching Costello Tagliapietra

I think I’m going to shoot more people watching the shows using lights from the shows. It would be an interesting project. As tiring as it may get with 300+ shows just in New York, it’s always still very exciting to see the amount of work that has gone into a collection and show. One thing I learned is that it’s okay to get excited about fashion. Stay professional but we’re all in this industry because we love it.

DAY AND NIGHT WITH JOANNA HILLMAN, Senior Fashion Market Editor, Harper’s Bazaar

The left photo is  coming out of a show on the first day of NYFW at the tents, right photo is last night before Zero + Maria Cornejo at MADE/Milk. I’m not sure what draws me to her - maybe her blonde hair and signature glasses. She’s always so well put together. She makes me want to wear bright colors and different fabrics, I think she’s a good balance of trying new contemporary styles with always being presentable in a collected, chic way and doesn’t peacock for attention. I started taking “street style” photos because I wanted to learn about fashion. I realized that I often looked for patterns in what society wears and often photographed people just because I’m curious who they are. I’m not often necessarily continuously inspired by a person’s look but with Jo, I am. I’m definitely going to experimenting with my look, all inspired by her!. Not sure if she knows who I am but I’m just going to keep shooting her. She’s fun and very nice!

9/12/11 Goosebumps backstage at Zero + Mario Cornejo

9/12/11 Goosebumps backstage at Zero + Mario Cornejo

Christine Backstage @BandOfOutsiders

Christine Backstage @BandOfOutsiders

@carolssa @tankmagazine

Caroline Issa - Executive Fashion Director, Tank Magazine

@bergdorfs
Thanks to Craig Arend and New York Magazine, I now know that this is 

Linda Fargo, senior VP of fashion at Bergdorf Goodman
THANK YOU X

@bergdorfs

Thanks to Craig Arend and New York Magazine, I now know that this is 

THANK YOU X

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