More
Close

Brian Lichtenberg Spring/Summer 2014 Collection

Brian Lichtenberg sprung into the fashion scene with his über popular fashion house logo remixes—"Homíes" for Hermés and "Féline" for Céline. For that alone, he’s definitely won over the hearts and wardrobes of celebs and hipsters. This year is Brian’s first showing at New York Fashion Week and he brings a little something different to the table. This season, Lichtenberg is getting back to his ready-to-wear roots and focusing on high-end luxury meets street wear after last year's explosion of his sportswear.


His presentation was badass to the max! Scantily clad models stood atop an “L” shape stage set against a chain-link fence at Pier 59 Studios, while Perez Hilton stood to the side, reporting and supporting Brian. Lichtenberg's monochromatic looks in white, black, light blue, and the occasional graffiti-print neoprene dress, were made for the baddest of bitches. His collection featured sheer fabrics, with leather and lace bra tops, fur coats, low-slung distressed denim, peek-a-boo cleavage crop tops, and mini dresses. These looks would turn any girl into a rock star. See a few of our faves below and check out more pics from the show in our runway photo gallery.


 




Heiress Nicky Hilton was among the celebrities who came out to support Brian.



Blogger and television personality, Perez Hilton, comments on the collection.



The scene at the presentation.


Keep checking in with us for more New York Fashion Week coverage this week and follow our travels on InstagramPinterest and Facebook!

Comments

Loading comments...