JoAnn Berman’s Upcycled Fall/Winter 2010 Line Explodes With Local Color

Joann Berman, Fall/Winter 2010, the GreenShows, New York Fashion Week, New York Green Fashion Week, eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, green fashion


JoAnn Berman‘s presentation at the GreenShows during New York Fashion Week was a fun-filled reflection of her personality: imaginative, eclectic, and anything but staid. The New York designer, who made a name for herself outfitting hip hop artists in the ’90s, was upcycling vintage garments before many of her models were even born, so she knows a thing or two about how to make sustainable fashion really pop. Filled with unexpected pattern pairings and embellishments galore, Berman’s blisteringly colored collection positively sizzled on the runway.

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One Response to “JoAnn Berman’s Upcycled Fall/Winter 2010 Line Explodes With Local Color”

  1. […] Leanne Mai-ly Hilgart / Vaute Couture, Melissa Kirgan & Xing-Zhen Chung-Hilyard / Eko-Lab, JoAnn Berman, Lizz Wasserman / […]

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