Bibhu Mohapatra Spring 2018 for Christian Louboutin

Working with the Louboutin team this season was such an honor. 

Never have I been able to do constant squats while shooting NYFW.

Clearly not the same coverage I do for T Magazine, there was no need to capture makeup, models, the runway set or details of the clothing. I spent the whole time on the floor, focusing on those red soles.

I love the start contrast of the silhouette against the white wall and shadow. All the lines juxtaposed to the circles on the dress, create a bold dynamic look. 

NYFW Spring 2018 for Tumblr

I was overjoyed to hear that this NYFW season I was going to be one of Tumblr's creators. Alongside GIF makers, illustrators and fellow photographers, I would be able to create imagery unique and different from past seasons. With the access to all shows and encouragement to shoot anything I want, anyway I want, Tumblr allowed me to shoot passion projects and take the time to edit and finalize them before sharing. 

You can see all my posts during NYFW on my tumblr





NYFW Spring 2018 for T Magazine

I am finally catching up on my blog coverage from NYFW. I figured I would combine all my T Magazine coverage into one post.

Eckhaus Latta

I shot the always envelope pushing Eckhaus Latta. Located in Bushwick warehouse, models sported see through outfits, slicked back hair and green clay swiped  on their arms and body. I created one of my favorite bodies of work - hence the separation omy website. It felt different than my past NYFW coverage and I felt it was strong enough to stand alone as a unique reportage of the show and designer's creative outlook.

Oscar de la Renta

Definitely a contrast to Oscar de la Renta. Held at Sotherby's, the location alone expresses the difference in the designers aesthetic. Splatter paint dresses, sequins and pant suits graced the halls and escalator entrance of the runway. Bella was certainly the star as photographer's flocked her getting her makeup done. Nicki Minaj, Paris and Nikki Hilton, and Zosia Mamet were in attendance alongside Anna Wintour. 

Carolina Herrera

Lastly, I wrapped my T Magazine coverage with Carolina Herrera. She hosted the first ever fashion show at the MOMA. Iconic. The bright bold color collection accompanied the greens in the garden. Lily Aldridge, Cameron Dallas andMichelle Monaghan sat front row in support of the designer. Models dressed and prepped amongst the greatest pieces of art and installations in their I heart NY t-shirts.   

For more ... check out T Magazine's New York Fashion Week Recap and Favorite's from Fashion Month