On today's episode of Bungalow SK, we talk to a creative that we have loved since popping on our radar on CBS' The Amazing Race. Paige Mycoskie who understands the importance of branding as well as giving her customers the comfort they need to maneuver throughout their day. As the founder of Aviator Nation, she fused her love for design, music and a retro aesthetic to create a brand that is known for its signature stripes and good vibes for men and women. With her brand popping up on athletes and being styled on such shows as TNT's Animal Kingdom as well as being included in photoshoots at Athleisure Mag, we find out how being at the right place at the right time has been a significant benefit to Paige's endeavors.



NYFW is always a hectic time and for the past few days, we have enjoyed seeing all the fashions that will be available during SS20. A number of shows present one designer; however, there are always those that run as a collection of designers which really allows you to maximize seeing a number of looks by multiple designers typically within the one hour showtime!

One of our favorite collective designers that we enjoy seeing season after season is Indonesian Diversity. This show included 4 designers that present their lines during NYFW. The designs within this show were diverse as some had street forward looks, others were oriented to a night out look. Today, we fell for the looks created by glam designer, Julianto at Spring Studios.


From sweet looks such as this layered and ruffled look that added shimmer to the runway to a number of rich hued looks and dramatic draping - there was visual texture throughout the looks that he presented during his portion of the show. Another key look that stuck in our mind was this dress and extended vest ensemble. Clearly, they can be worn together; however, when broken a part, this extended vest can also be worn with a tank and denim look, a sleek catsuit or a myriad of ways. The detailing on the embellished vest lends itself to enhancing whatever it’s being paired with. The two tone nature of the dress with the vest is also a nice textural play as well.

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PHOTO CREDIT | Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images for Taoray Wang

PHOTO CREDIT | Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images for Taoray Wang

Wang Tao is the designer of TAORAY WANG is known as the “Queen of Suits in China” and her show included in an array of suits in mint green, black lace, embellishments and oversized sleeves. Her NYFW SS20 show included suits, dresses and fun lace pants that turned suiting on its head with the concept of ‘Wild Beauty, Intractable Myth.’

Inspired by author, Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette, the line showcased independent women who lived fearlessly during the war. She was known for living a full life that was filled with rebellion and love. She never allowed her experiences to break her spirit as she continued to further the women’s movement. Suiting is so powerful in this show as she was known for breaking the taboo of style by wearing the 3-piece lifestyle even though she was a countryside girl.


The power of the suit has been a signature within her line and is a staple in modern women’s wardrobes. Her suits do not hide the femininity of the women who wear it and continues to enhance the charm and power of the women who wear these Power Suits. Her suits merge cashmere, lace, off the shoulder elements, bowknots and more.

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