Artistix F/W 2019 Collection During NY Fashion Week
On Friday, February 8th, Artistix showed F/W 2019 collection titled “Harmony” during NY Fashion week at Industria Studio 10. Their runway-style presentation included twenty-seven total looks, fifteen women’s looks as well as twelve men’s looks.
This was the seventh time that Artistix showed it’s collection during NYFW. Their shows were previously presented at Cedar Lake Theatre, The Jane Hotel and the Skylark at Moynihan Station. The brand, which now sells at Macy’s nationwide, has become widely recognized for combining abstract art with vibrant color palettes to create unmistakable looks such as their signature camo print.
“Our goal is to put on a show that people are going to talk about,” said Polisseni. “This collection was based off a painting that I created called Harmony, the inspiration came from the idea of creating balance in art, fashion and in life.”
The show was invitation only and housed major celebrities such as Bianca Bonnie and Renny, both walking the runway for the brand. Previous shows were attended by Tommy Hilfiger, Lala Anthony Shiggy, Karrueche, Tim Hardaway Jr., Marky Ramone, Grand Puba and more. Shoes for the show were provided by Reebok with nails done by Yukie Natori. Other show sponsors included Essentia Water and Tao Downtown where the shows after party was held with Celebrity DJ Sophia Brody spinning tunes throughout the night.
“Our shows are about mixing music, art, and pop culture,” said Hilfiger. “Each season is about having fun and creating something new and exciting. This season, we featured an adventure theme which included moto inspired outerwear pieces and reflective accents.”
Throughout his years producing major fashion shows, Andy is known for introducing industry legends. Continuing with his vision of showcasing a diverse and inclusive runway, this season Andy introduced Latin superstar and one of the most-watched female artists on Youtube, Natti Natasha to the New York Fashion Week runway. Natti closed the show strutting down the runway to her most recent single, “Pa’ Mala Yo.”
The collection included key pieces such as a puffy nylon jacket printed in Artistix Harmony camo print, as well as versatile women’s bodysuits and faux fur jackets. The full collection will be available for purchase in-store and online at Macy’s as well as http://www.artistixfashion.com beginning fall 2019.
Author: Alexandra Spirer