There’s something refreshing about going “downtown” for a brunchy fashion show. Sorry, did we say refreshing? We meant exhausting: It’s Sunday morning and all we want to do is sleep in, but designers wait for no man. Well, actually they will wait approximately 30 minutes from their start time as a general rule, which gives us enough time to bustle our cold tushes to Made at Milk Studios, where we witnessed the somewhat bondage-y outfits from Kevork Kiledjian, the Parisian designer who earned his own T Magazine profile last season when he announced he’d be coming out with a line for women. Read More
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