Monday, February 12, 2018


With that recurring trend for Fall/Winter 

continues to be bold, 

flowery-sweaters-and-surgical-mask chic, 

the Asia Fashion Collection nailed these styles with sheer finesse.

Asia Fashion Collection, 

their 5th annual event, 

invites aspiring designers in 





Hong Kong 

to showcase their looks and compete to win a spot at New York Fashion Week.

Before the U.S. show, 

10 designers held a show in Japan in October 2017.  


Coming up: Asia Stage in April 2018.

#Parco #TaipeiInStyle #Korea #HongKong

Saturday, February 10, 2018


Fashion Week is finally back again. . 

Carlos Campos New York kicked-off the festivities with a vibrant afternoon runway show in Chelsea.

This Latin American designer celebrated his cultural roots with music and style icons in his latest collection.

Bold hues of blue along with crisp white fabrics graced the catwalk along with simple patterns; in other words, "chic minimalism" was the overall theme.

"Juan Gabriel was always unapologetically himself, for that he will forever be, 'El Divo'."


Epson's "Digital Couture" Fashion Presentation Fall/Winter 2018 was held nighttime at the South Street Seaport Pier 17.

Guests braved the frigid elements for this spectacular group of designers.

Lau Lua' (Michele Gevaerd): Brazil

(We noticed a film crew from 'E' entertainment circling the designer when we arrived)

Haley Elsaesser: Canada

Katy Coo: Chile

Stephanie Ruiz: Ecuador

Eduardo Figueroa: Guatemala

Emilio Mata: Mexico

Isle Jara: Paraguay

Anna Maria Guiulfo: Peru

Luna Cantillo: Columbia

Candace Cuoco: United States

Fernando Alberto: United States

Thomas Jefferson University: Alexandra Pizzigoni and Patricia Franklin (US)

ThreeASFOUR: Gabriel Asfour, Angela Donhaiser and Ado Gil

Each label brought vivid, colorful prints to life with bomber jackets, patterned painting suits, full length gowns, and so much more.


Photos by 
Agnes Guan & ADENA@NiTE

Article by

#adenaatnite #adena@nite


Friday, January 26, 2018


Thursday, January 25th, 2018 

Tonight Museum of Modern Art opened their doors after hours for a private VIP launch celebrating their first Fashion Design exhibit in over 70 years.

Swatch Creative Director Carlo Giodanetti with Kristen Parsons of MoMA hosted a stylish tour of the new exhibit including 111 clothing articles as well as accessories featuring 3 Swatch artists.

The Swatch Club's unique perspectives by Giodanetti highlighted some of the boldest statements in fashion yet.

Red lipstick, jumpsuits, bathsuits, surgical masks, t-shirts, platforms, suits as well as many other popular items were on display with a brief history on each.

Guests were encouraged to take notice of the shapes of the bodies and how adding a specific item to one's self is quite transforming. 

Feel free to visit the exhibit at MoMA this weekend to witness first-hand. 

#moma @MoMA #Swatch @Swatch


Adena Geiger @adenadawn

Tuesday, January 16, 2018



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Friday, January 19th, 2018 


Dezi 5 is a soul-pop singer, songwriter and music art male diva who brings his signature blend of house, 
EDM, 90’s dance music, soul and funk beats to the legendary New York City rock club, The Bitter 
End, Friday, January 19th, 2018 

Dezi 5 will debut his new singles from his forthcoming album and he is sure to get the kids moving. 

Come join us in celebrating the NYC launch of this world class entertainer with his infectious spirit, that is full of the energy of our past, present, and future. 

Dezi 5 has opened up for noted performers such as Jennifer Hudson, Gavin Degraw, Keith Urban, Ru Paul Drag Race's Sharon Needles, Brooklyn's own LE1f, and the Queen of Bounce: Big Freedia. 

He's also performed for former President George Bush and was the post game entertainment for the Dallas Cowboys fall 2016.

Dezi 5 was awarded "Best Live Act', according to the Dallas Observer in 2016.