This season, FAULT Magazine is out en-force at New York Fashion Week (September ’14) to line up the new season Collections for review. Stay updated with the FAULT team via Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and FAULT Online to see the latest and up to date Fashion Trends for Spring ’15, live, as they happen.
Devon Halfnight Leflufy
Photographer: Nancy Lu exclusively for FAULT Magazine
Menswear’s was out in full force Sunday evening at Milk Studios’ MADE fashion week, starting off with Canadian designer Devon Halfnight Leflufy. The recent recipient of H&M’s Design Award, Devon‘s brand of luxury streetwear has been highly sought after by stores such as Opening Ceremony and RA.
The five models took turns rotating on five platforms set in a circular formation with graphical text “All Of My Friends” as a backdrop. Devon‘s SS15 pieces were full of bright and colorful graphics and prints that’s made us a true believer.

Pyer Moss
Designer Kerby Jean-Raymond has held numerous high profile positions in fashion before launching Pyer Moss in 2013. Even though the label is less than a year old, Jean-Raymond pulled all the stops for his SS15 collection, including having New York’s fashion forward artist Brenmar DJ the night. There were a few times the models had to be told to stop dancing because the desire to groove was too irresistible.
For this season, Jean-Raymond was inspired by his obsession with the sci-fi movie genre, in particular early 90’s films such as Terminator IITotal Recall and Back to the Future Part II. References can be seen in the stark color palette along with the deliberate geometric details. Athletic silhouettes infused with luxury fabrications and finishes remains an integral part of the Pyer Moss line.
Our favorite part of this presentation is when the models broke stoic formation to get down to Bobby Shmurda’s “Hot N*gga,” inciting a bit of a dance party and dozens of attendees to whip out their camera to capture a video of the situation.
Self-taught designer duo Joshua Cooper and Laurence Chandler bring out their signature deconstruction meets juxtaposition meets function flare in this collection that is sure to get the attention of streetwear and Mishka fan

Vivienne Tam 


The scene from Vivienne Tam’s Spring ’15 collection was evocative of a luxury resort in China with her Asian-inspired pieces in modern cuts.  Models wore fresh makeup with slicked back hair giving off a cool and relaxed vibe while showcasing looks that instantly transport you into a state of euphoria.

Tam showed great range with this collection with a variety of silhouettes in prints that featured birds and natural landscapes. Mesh, embroidered pieces gave the collection a sporty look ranging from high collared dresses to boxy jackets. Many pieces in this year’s show could be styled from day-to-night making the collection extremely versatile and the perfect go-to when shopping for your next tropical vacation.

 -Uyen Truong




White loose dresses are dominating the runways this season, this time at Parkchoonmoo with a white sheer shift opening up the show. A light, airy aura pervaded the entirety of

Parkchoonmoo’s Spring/Summer ‘15 collection. Lightweight fabrics comprised most of the brand’s clothes selections, accompanied by structured motocross jackets purposefully slouched

to one side. Utilizing meringue white, black and burgundy, the color story this season for Parkchoonmoo was rather conservative in nature, given their previous Fall/Winter 2014

collection which had subtle additions of color blocking. Possibly due to a shift in their consumer habits as the temperature increases.

-Shammara Lawrence


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