Tony Cohen Catwalk Fashion Show MBFWA SS2018

July 14, 2017 by  
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Together with the sponsor of his show Nivea Tony Cohen came up with a ‘reversible black & white dress’. And the designer added some extra forty something looks. His muse Kim Feenstra opened the show as she appeared in front of the bamboo backdrop. A collection made in a black, white, beige, yellow and golden color palette. With designs ranging from oversized of shoulder beach dresses to tight and shiny mini numbers. An overall loose silhouette (looser than ever before, so it seemed) combined with some east-inspired hairstyles and high, open heels turned Tony’s models into confident, elegant and well dressed girls. A dress should be next summer’s dresscode, if you ask Tony. Whether it’s that reversible black & white number or any other floaty showstoppers.

Frontrow Tony Cohen Catwalk Fashion Show Amsterdam SS2017

July 9, 2016 by  
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Who came out to get a first glimpse of the SS2017 Tony Cohen collection? Just click through our gallery of front row guests to find out.

Tony Cohen Catwalk Fashion Show Amsterdam SS2017

Influenced and inspired by recent personal experiences Tony Cohen named his SS2017 collection Restrained & Release. Never before did he choose a theme so strongly related to his feelings, as he mentioned in the show notes. The feeling of being stuck versus finding freedom translated to couture creations in which bondage structures and airy supple silhouettes alternated each other.
Freedom was written all over the large and elegant silhouettes as the contrary was visible in tight enlaced looks cinched by black ribbons, leather belts and even corsets. Mostly black and white hues as well as mono prints symbolized Cohen’s idea of light and dark. A few touches of dusty pink were pleasant. Cohen’s signature pleats were given a twist, turning into fan structures.
Overall quite experimental ideas translated into more wearable pret a porter pieces. Now it’s up to the Cohen woman to decide. Does she want to be all tied up or let loose?
Since it’s Friday night we’re opting for the latter. Cheers to the weekend!

Tony Cohen Amsterdam Fashion Week Fall 2016

January 18, 2016 by  
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On Sunday night four days filled with fashion came to an end with the final show, that of Tony Cohen. The designer has been on the official programme for seasons now. So how could we wrap up fashion week without having seen his latest collection? Inspired by primary shapes (the circle, the square and the check) Tony got more in touch with his roots than ever before. With every season that passes his motto is changing more and more to ‘less is more’. Therewith putting more focus on the silhouette, materials and the finishing. Less fuss, less distraction and still every outfit had an obvious Tony Cohen signature. The moody menswear and womenswear looks were cut tight to the body, dark shaded (in black, grey, brown and a touch of red). Looks both tough as well as graceful (with statement jewelry pieces and chunky leather boots). A little more classic than before, with a focus on the waistline and a type of A-line silhouette. Long lean silhouettes in the mix with a few playful short dresses, leather and lace, fur and sheerness added some nice contrast. A hint of genderbleding too. This was Tony Cohen in it’s purest form so far. A great way to conclude MBAFW 2016!

Tony Cohen Catwalk Fashion Show Amsterdam SS16

July 10, 2015 by  
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It was back to square one for Tony Cohen and his SS2016 collection, which will be sold in Paris from September on. Moving forward and back at the same time… Tony went back to his core, the core of his firm but also the core of his designs. Remarkable was the slight change in silhouette as Tony Cohen appeared to have used more square shapes and straightened things up, both in the designs of his clothes and accessories. His color palette of choice existed of exquisite shades of black, white, gold, cream and green, combined with embroidery graphic prints inspired. Outfits balanced between handcrafted, detailed looks and clean, abstract designs, created for men and women who dare to show their true selves to the world. And dressed in one of these fashion numbers, any man or woman deserves to be seen.

P.S. Tony Cohen’s line 2LOVETONYCOHEN will from now on be named TONYCOHEN and will thus be part of the main, luxury line.

Tony Cohen Catwalk Fashion Show Amsterdam FW2015

January 24, 2015 by  
Filed under Amsterdam, Fashion, Menswear, womenswear

He defined it as his most literal collection so far. Designer Tony Cohen’s latest fw collection was all about being honesty, being open and clear. Ideas/emotions he translated through transparencies and therewith lots of sexiness. He purposely left dresses open on one side and worked with a lot of lace. He used cut outs on shoulders, elbows and hips as slits were high and cleavages low. Resulting in perfect dresses for his army of powerful models – once again lead by Kim Feenstra – to show of their figures. Male models wore the new menswear collection, which Tony Cohen debuted last season. They formed a perfect parallel for the womenswear designs, being open and revealing too, yet in a different way. There were thick leather coats with fur lining and heavy woolen pieces for the really cold days. Beanies, hats, caps and a ‘beaniecap’, tiny gloves and socks worn in pumps will keep Tony Cohen’s customers warm next winter. Or at least they’ll add an extra cool factor to their strong yet elegant looks.

Tony Cohen SS2015 Amsterdam Fashion Week

July 13, 2014 by  
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The fashion circus closed early this Sunday. At 7.30 p.m. Tony Cohen already concluded a full day of fashion by presenting his style ideas for next year’s summer. A summer which will be full of amazing, chic trousers for women (even a silver colored leather one), mostly combined with structured, seductive tops, if you leave it up to Tony. The ladies will dress up in asymmetrical (pleated, airy) dresses, long and lean skirts, cropped (leather and linen) jackets, high heels and sheer hats, pink eye make-up, big silvers bracelets around their wrists.
As for the lads.. they will rock slim trousers, tunic-like shirts, toggle cardigans, long scarves and tailored jackets. They’ll have long wavy locks and thick beards in Tony’s world. They’ll be the perfect match to Tony’s sexy amazons and they’re the perfect addition to the Dutch label, which has proven to be super consistent over the years. From now on couples can shop their wardrobe together at Tony Cohen. An fashion expansion that, by the looks of it, is bound to succeed.

Tony Cohen Fashion Week Amsterdam FW2014

January 26, 2014 by  
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If there’s one designer that knows how to deliver consistently it’s Tony Cohen. Tonight he presented his fall/winter collection that lived up to our expectations and managed to be surprising as well. Overall the silhouette was long, lean and asymmetric and the color palette dark; Cohen’s signature. Looks were created out of the perfect mix of textures… lots of leather, pieces of knitwear, some airy accents and silver details. A full on green ensemble looked impressive and some of the floor sweeping numbers definitely made an impact too. Pleated pants and oversized, structured blouses and long skirts with high slits looked cool and chic at the same time. Black leather gloves and filt hats added to the coolness of the looks. (filt) Hats off for Tony, for coming up with another strong and steady collection.



Tony Cohen SS2014 Amsterdam Fashion Week

July 14, 2013 by  
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As usual Kim Feenstra opened the Tony Cohen fashion show tonight. With her strong walk and fierce gaze (plus extra long hair) she showed off Tony’s new signature for SS2014 in which a cleaner line was visible. Long, lean models sported loose, sharply cut canadian non prescription viagra designs. Asymmetrical dresses, flared pants and layered tops popped up in countless variations. Knitwear and ultra thin leather were put in the mix, as well as a thick fur-like material, used for oversize kaftan-like dresses. Besides a focus on the shoulders (through capes and one shouldered veils) Tony put a lot of detail in the back too, adding long fringes, laces and airy pieces of fabrics to a lot of bare backs. As the soundtrack played “Welcome to my world” we indeed were arrived in a full on Tony Cohen world. The show ended with a dramatic finale of black and white floor sweeping dresses. Judging from the reactions in the audience (women everywhere sighing and screaming “I like, I like”) this collection will be a big hit, commercially.

2Love Tony Cohen SS2014 Amsterdam Fashion Week

July 14, 2013 by  
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Two catwalk shows on the same day is something most designers would stress out about. But not Tony Cohen. This designer knows the drill and is always right on schedule with his collections. This afternoon he started off with his 2LoveTonyCohen show. A show with plenty of looks for the confident modern woman. Looks with a 24/7 mentality; to go from the office to a dinner with friends and perhaps even do a little dance later at night. For SS2014 Tony added some new touches to his signature looks, like XL zippers, metallic parts, washed out denim and richly embroidered details. A kaleidoscopic print looked surprising, as did a long leather fringed jacket. Loose fitting outfits were given his familiar two or three- tones treatment, with different shades of green, purple, pink and mint. Everything had a careless feeling to it, this being accentuated by the long haired models walking with their hands in their pockets. There’s a comfortable, versatile summer season 2Love ahead!

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