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6 standout design moments from Fashion Week to inspire your next project

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The spotlight on Fashion Week – which begins in New York in February and travels to London and Milan before concluding in Paris in early March – offers design inspiration beyond the realm of fashion alone. From elaborate catwalk designs to in-store installations, the presentations offer just as much insight into the thoughts rousing creative directors right now. Read on for six moments where fashion meets interiors that could inspire your next design project.

Khaite get brutal (ist)

Tradition may call for a ribbon cutting, but fashion designer Catherine Holstein did better at the grand opening of her Mercer Street storefront in New York last month: Founder, Creative Director and newly appointed CFDA American Womenswear Designer of the Year behind the it-label Khaite hosted the brand’s FW23 runway show in the boutique’s industrial-chic interiors. Clad in concrete and steel, the dark, futuristic setting was designed in collaboration with Holstein’s husband, architect Griffin Frazen.

In the blackened concrete interior of Khaite’s first brick-and-mortar store, a small black olive tree grows.

Photo: Eric Petschek

The interiors are structural and striking and at the same time endearingly minimal, like an architectural mirror of the brand’s work. It’s industrial, with carefully selected shelves from the new collection suspended along large sculptural Serra-esque steel partitions, and in the back room, light floods a patch of stone in the corner, where a small olive tree black (nicknamed Shady Lady) stands tall. Shrubs symbolize peace, perfect for the calm nature of the cool-girl spirit of the clothes, the store, and especially the designer herself.

Christian Siriano x DXV

Photo: Tim Lenz

Christian Siriano x DXV

Photo: Tim Lenz

Christian Siriano and DXV get comfortable

DXV and fashion designer Christian Siriano have joined forces to launch a chic new line of towels and bathrobes under the luxury kitchen and bath brand Belshire Collection. At the time of New York Fashion Week, the showcase took place at the designer’s century-old Easton, Connecticut home in his newly remodeled marble bathroom, which features an array of DXV accessories. For inspiration, Siriano drew inspiration from the opulence of the Art Deco era, lining the terrycloth designs with gold trim and printing them with script and seashell designs. To celebrate the launch, each model of by Siriano The FW23 fashion show featured a bathrobe, making it a premier terrycloth moment backstage.

Saint Laurent FW23 at New York Fashion Week

Photography courtesy of Saint Laurent

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