The Stuff of Seams

"We are inspired by myths and legends, the labyrinth, black roses, and goddesses of flawless beauty."

"Fall is a modern take on Victorian aesthetic mixed with downtown street attitude." — Samantha, Chloé and Caillianne Beckerman, Beckerman

"The inspiration for fall is tradition (or, rather, traditional elements in fashion)." — Behnaz Sarafpour

"I am inspired by the Brothers Grimm's 'Hansel & Gretel.' The collection shows the sweetness of eternal innocence juxtaposed with the realization of lost youth. " — Charlotte Ronson

"Moody and pretty. Think film-noir heroine." — Jeff Mahshie, Chaiken

"FOOD FIGHT!" — Jeremy Scott

"The collection is inspired by the time in American history when the jazz and blues movement ushered in a new sophistication born from the artistic passions of inner-city life. Muted colors emit a seductive smoky glow reminiscent of the ageless jazz-noir glamour." — Brian Reyes

"The point at which future meets past, design meets function and the collision results in clean, sophisticated lines interpreted in ultraluxurious fabrics." — Savania Davies-Keiller and Roberto Crivello, DDCLab

"Harmonious juxtaposition of modernity and a poetic romanticism; demure, discreet, with the sumptuous textures of the Thirties."— Douglas Hannant

"The dusty color tones and delicate textures of the 17th century, as well as the beautiful movement, vulnerability, and tenderness captured in Edgar Degas ballerina paintings."— Esteban Cortazar

"Exuberant and sexy — imagine Ossie Clark doing an Art Deco revival." — Andreas Melbostad, Phi

"Sally White's wedding in Vegas…endless desert, dark nights lit up like firecrackers with colorful and fascinating billboards…as if I were to magnify those lights; I wanted to capture that in this collection." — Hanuk

"To convey a glorified world of urban beauty and elegance, and separate it from the underworld of sinister and menacing visual components. Using moonlight as the mutual source, the two worlds come together on the runway." — Jerry Tam, Eric Werner, Jamie Rosenthal and Kelly Andrews, Form

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