AMCONYC Fashion Week Coverage: Humane Envy is "Asymetrically Beautiful" And For Everyone

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Photo by amconyc

One of the first things I look for when I see a new collection is if the clothes presented are for everyone. Sadly, more often than not, many collections made for women don't seem to accommodate the actual varying shapes of women. That's why when I get to witness a collection made by a woman for women of every shape, size, and color, I can't help but break out into a mini  happy dance. 

Jenny Stecher, the designer behind Humane Envy, was inspired to make clothes that make women feel comfortable and beautiful. Thus her spring/summer 2017 collection, "Asymmetrically Beautiful" was born to strut its way down the runway. And let me be the first to say that beautiful is almost an understatement - this collection is nothing short of absolutely stunning.

Photo by amconyc

Photo by amconyc

Comprised of remarkable RTW outfits that played with bold color blocking and (of course) asymmetric shapes, cuts, and cutouts, Humane Envy has pieces that every woman dreams of wearing. Not to mention that these pieces are the ultimate girl boss wardrobe staples - you know, pieces that are great for the office and happy hour drinks. 

Despite all of the negative headlines coming out of NYFW (ahem Kanye and Marc Jacobs) It's refreshing to see a designer understand that clothes need to be made with everyone in mind. If you can't get enough of this line, I have some fantastic news for you. You can go buy it right this very second at Humane Envy's Website. And don't forget to shop the rest of AMCONYC Fashion Week's Runway at  amconyc.com/shop

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Photo by amconyc


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