Last week was the start of the years biggest fashion event, and it all kicked off in New York.

Nicholas K stormed into the event to kick of the weeks extravaganza with their amazing collections. Nicholas commented on his collections "It’s kind of that glam street look—everything you loved about the ’90s but brought forward to today,”  

The TWO THREE HQ was buzzing to see what the other designers had in store just after the first show.

Now Fashion Week has flown on to London, which is giving us so much life right now; we have reviewed our fave looks from New York and can't wait to show our fave looks for London once the week is over. 

Nicholas K

Christopher and Nicholas Kunz founded Nicholas K in New York City in 2003. The siblings look to urban life, outdoor adventures, and extensive travel to remote destinations as inspiration. They envisioned a collection that could be worn beyond each season and is versatile and transitional.

Founded in New York in 2012, GEORGINE is a luxury women's wear label created by designer Georgine Ratelband and her partner Chris Roshia, the brain behind the business. GEORGINE evokes the power of femininity through seductive silhouettes, enhanced by intricate detailing and extraordinary fabrics.
Hakan Akkaya
Hakan Akkaya, professional fashion designer for 16 years, left his education in Bilkent University  (Architecture) to study Fashion Design at İstasyon Art Academy. In 2012, he had the honour of become the first Turkish designer in "Who’s Next Paris" and "Bread & Butter" exhibitions.
Michael Costello
Michael Costello is one of the most prominent celebrity fashion designers in the world. A self-taught prodigy, Michael has built a massive empire by making women of all shapes and sizes feel beautiful and upending an industry that lacked diversity and excitement to reach millennials like him. Fashion was something that came naturally to Michael - from starting at the age of two by drawing dresses on his bedroom walls to opening his first store at fifteen. While many fans recognise him from Lifetime’s “Project Runway” franchise, Michael’s brand has blossomed into an international household name beyond mainstream television.
RTA (road to awe) was launched with the purpose of creating a movement. A movement of like-minded individuals who share a belief that clothing should be used as a form of expression. RTA was born under the pretense that clothing should be effortless and chic. The RTA girl is confident and the clothing she wears simply enhances her thoughts. RTA is a state of mind and while the clothing evolves, her ideas are never deterred. 
Jonathan Simkhai
Established in 2010, the Jonathan Simkhai brand provides luxury ready-to-wear for the modern woman. The core aesthetic philosophy plays with the tension of masculine strength and feminine sensuality; this is reflected in the employment of customized fabrics, romantic detailing, linear lines, and contoured silhouettes. Through designs that seek to embolden women with confidence, ease, and sensuality, the brand represents modern versatility.
Leanne Marshall
Leanne Marshall was born in Yuba City, California. When most little girls were playing house, Leanne was playing fashion designer with a sketchbook, coloured pencils and spare bits of fabric. In no time at all, with the help of a local seamstress, she began bringing her sketches to life. By age 12, her designs were being shown to the public in the form of costumes for her ballet and dance performances.

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