Posts Tagged ‘Richard Chai’

Richard Chai Keeps It Downtown Cool For Fall/Winter 2015 At NYFW


Richard Chai is one cool guy, and that always comes through in his designs. His Fall/Winter 2015 collection proved no exception. Inspired by the effortless cool-guy look seen on the cities hippest streets, Chai focused on a menswear inspired ideal for his looks. Layers played a heavy role, while a variation of loose-fitting trousers played [...]

What’s Cool About Richard Chai


New York native Richard Chai has created a cool, urban luxury through his stellar eponymous fashion line. The designer’s hard work is a testament to his success, as made evident by his notable resume. He officially began his career as a sketch artist for Lanvin in Paris. Richard returned stateside a year later, where he [...]

Richard Chai Lightens the Mood for Spring/Summer 2015 Collection


There was something distinctly refined yet urban about Chai’s collection. The snow boots/sneakers, the mixed prints, and the innovative textures all contributed to create an elegant look that was distinctly Chai’s. The designer loves a clean, tailored line, especially when it’s paired against the “not so proper.”  For Spring, nearly every look illustrated this point. [...]

New York Fashion Week—Why We Love Richard Chai

Richard Chai

As New York is headquarters for fashion–Richard Chai is design-central for New York. Chai had a passion for design from an early age. At thirteen, he signed up for night classes in graphic design at Parsons School of Design, but a chance peek into a fashion-drawing session rocked his world. “I was like, ‘What is [...]

In the Name of Love: Richard Chai FW13

Fashion Chai Fall 2013

Richard Chai’s Fall/Winter 2013 Collection is infused with simple and solid designs admixed with his signature prints of abstract grids and plaids used on crinkly, thick fabric, showcasing a very cohesive and consistent collection. Dark and metallic color themes dominated Chai’s design this season, with a few lavender designs thrown in the mix- a reoccurring [...]

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