StyleConrad ByerComment

Chromat NYFW Review

StyleConrad ByerComment
Chromat NYFW Review

Chromat was definitely one of the shows clearly fueled by millennials who want to make a point and are determined to do so.

Chromat’s designer, Becca McCharen-Tran, stands for diversity, race, gender, and body type inclusion, and her Chromat Buoyancy clearly displayed this. The models were a wide range of race and body types, hardly any models resembled the model that walked before her. As they strutted down the runway to the Jersey club banger “Werk Ya Body”, those watching the show couldn’t help but notice the absence of their legendary caged designs. Instead, flotation devices were incorporated with their swimsuit collections, color blocked pieces, hot sheer designs and serious lip bling that was placed on the models. Though Chromat’s focus is mainly swimwear, they incorporated some outwear and everyday wear pieces that will certainly turn heads. At the end of the show, we exited to some exciting, “F*ck Donald Trump” tunes to keep our moods up as we had to leave the show we were so sad to see come to an end. 

Though Chromat’s focus is mainly swimwear, they incorporated some outwear and everyday wear pieces that will certainly turn heads. At the end of the show, we exited to some exciting, “F*ck Donald Trump” tunes to keep our moods up as we had to leave the show we were so sad to see come to an end.