Actually making a living in the fashion industry often seems elusive, as many models, photographers, those in PR and many other support fields face many years as unpaid interns, or …
It’s a lot of work to cover New York Fashion Week, not to mention the expense. Travel, accommodations, over-priced sandwiches eaten on the run, but I’ve got good news for …
There are few things photographers and videographers dream of more than covering New York Fashion Week. The invitation-only, exclusive event happens only twice a year and getting a chance to shoot at the end of the runway is dream come true for many in the field.
This past season we had the distinct pleasure of providing that access to the Austin, TX company, Square Earth Studio, owned by videographer Marco Gutierrez and photographer Maryna Martson. As award-winning photographers, Marco and Maryna are known for their commitment to mission critical assignments. From hanging out of a helicopter to film a Red Bull ad to shooting underwater for Vogue Italia, there is nothing this pair won’t do to get the shot!
With Season 10 well under way, we have no idea who the final 3 contestants will be… and that’s why Project Runway is showing 8 contestants on the catwalk at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week – so we’re still guessing!
ARISE Magazine is back at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week presenting African Icons, 5 designers selected to show their collections in front of the top fashion editors in the world. Designers to watch include Ozwald Boateng OBE, Gavin Rajah, Tiffany Amber, Tsemaye Binitie, Maki-Oh.
It sounds cliché but it’s true: the morning I reported to cover New York Fashion Week, one could only describe me as a kid in a candy store – but with five-inch-heels on my feet and a latte in my hand.
Each time I come to New York Fashion Week I have a list in my head of all the shows I want to see that make my heart go pitter-pat, and none get it racing more than Betsey Johnson. She just seems to bring out the most enthusiasm from the press and the crowd because the lady puts on a good show
My experience at fashion week taught me that there’s more to the fashion industry than just material items. It’s about the designer’s passion seen within each model’s walk, and the motivation felt within the press pit to perform as a professional. It’s about doing what you can to be part of the team.