12 Black Fashion Designers At New York Fashion Week. Fall 2015.

Black Fashion Designers New York Fashion Week

B. Michael America.

The veteran designer featured a range of his signature classic American designs fit for a First Lady. Mother and daughter Phylicia and Condola Rashad also made an appearance on the runway.

B Michael America FW15
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Cushnie et Ochs.

The celebrity favorite designers sent a collection of monochromatic, body-conscious, looks down the runway which we’ll definitely be seeing on many a red carpet in the future.

Cushnie et Ochs FW15

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David Tlale

The South African designer sent unique prints and chic cuts down the runway on a beautifully diverse cast of models.

David Tlale

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The debut collaboration of designers Emilio Sosa & David De La Cruz featured the perfect balance of city cool and classic chic as part of the New York Life fashion show.

Esosa NYFW FW15

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E S P I O N Atelier

Designed by Washington, D.C. native Deidre Jefferies, E S P I O N Atelier’s FW15 “Kingdom Collection” featured a variety of modern looks, perfect for different body types.

Espion Atelier

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Hood by Air

The unique urban line and celebrity favorite continued to push the boundaries of gender with and avant-garde collection.

Hood by Air fw15

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Kanye West x Adidas Originals.

One of the most talked about collections of New York fashion week — the collection feature West’s much-awaited sneaker designs. Check out our review here.

Kanye West Adidas FW 15

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LaQuan Smith.

The young designer and Forbes favorite showed one of his strongest collections to date — a chic, classic collection with bright bold elements in an eclectic palette.

LaQuan Smith FW15

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Pyer Moss

Created by young menswear designer Kirby Jean-Raymond, the collection was the perfect balance of stylish, sharp, and utilitarian.

Pyer Moss FW15

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The forward-thinking designer incorporated futuristic elements into a largely unisex line in a very tightly edited palette.

Telfar FW 15

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Tracy Reese

The veteran New York designer and fashion week staple mixed wearable prints and textures to create a city-ready collection fit for any concrete jungle.

Tracy Reese FW15

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